Intraday malicious virus program: Trojan.Win32.QQPass.agh
This is a malicious Trojan virus program.
After being executed, the virus program shall monitor infected computers users’ input operation from background system, and steal QQ (Chinese Instant Message) account and password information. Then, the virus program shall send the information out to hackers. This malicious Trojan account stealer program threatens computer users’ privacy security seriously.
RISING Cloud Security reported:
Oct 12, 2011, Rising Cloud Security detected that there were 124,605 computers got attacks from malicious URL injection and, RISING has intercepted 42,578 malicious URLs successfully. Meanwhile, 21112 suspicious URLs were submitted from Rising Cloud Security members.
Top5 Infected Website:
Injected malicious URL: ** kamikori.com
Injected malicious URL: ** mm/wmdn.html
Injected malicious URL: ** Ms07004.html
Injected malicious URL: ** down/b6.htm
Injected malicious URL: ** 0k.html
Notice: the symbol ‘*’ means a stochastic letter or number.
1. Install Rising Internet Security, or Rising Antivirus plus Rising Firewall, and get update in time.
2. Install Rising PC Doctor, and choose “Leaks” function to check the leaks or vulnerabilities exist on your computer operating system, patch your computer system in a timely manner because many viruses spread by taking advantage of Windows operating system vulnerabilities.
3. Do not browse suspicious websites, and do not run suspicious plugins; turn off or delete unnecessary system services.
4. Do not receive the suspicious file from QQ, MSN, Email, etc.
5. Open RISING Active Defense and Auto-Protect function while accessing to Internet.
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