Friday, January 27, 2012

Remove malwares dropped as a browser update

hxxp:// says your browser is old. It displays image stolen from Mozilla, which looks like the logo of worldwide famous web-browser. The image does not change subject to browser used.
The statement regarding browser obsoleteness is expressed through popup window. There is no way but closing the browser connected to the page entirely or clicking a single button available on the popup (OK). It is strongly recommended to quit your current web-session and leave the misleading page, if you are at this page now.
If you stay at the website, it will proceed to scanning your PC in remote mode which is but a showcase aimed at enticing you into loading malware under the guise of browser updates. The suggested downloads would be identified as trojan.Win32.Generic!BT and Popclick.A and under other names subject to the antivirus applied.
Removal of implies detection of threats dropped due to its misleading invitation. Besides, there could be a browser hijacker on your PC that repeatedly sends your browser to the above url. Get rid of, as well as other parasites reported by free scanner available here.
The above url has counterparts, cloned urls:,
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