Malwarefixes is a team of computer security enthusiasts compose of malware researchers, IT consultants, and technicians. Founded in 2013 to provide specific removal instructions to help computer users easily deal with virus and malware.


Exploit:Java/ShellCode is a detection of a notorious computer virus that takes advantages of software vulnerability to infect the computer. Attackers are using this virus to install or execute additional malware, virus, or unwanted applications on the system without the knowledge of users.


Trojan:Win32/Suloc.I!cl is a detection by Microsoft Defender Antivirus for a hazardous file or application that can carry out different unwanted actions on the computer. In addition, this virus can allow a remote attacker to access the infected computer and perform various malicious tasks.


Trojan:Win32/Ymacco.AA86 is a computer virus that was identified to be associated with various ransomware activities. It spreads over the internet through spam emails, cracked applications, fake software updates, infected websites, and social engineering attacks.


Trojan:Win32/Sabsik.TE.A!ml is a dangerous computer virus that enters the computer through another Trojan Downloader infection. Once running on the computer, this threat is able to end the process of security applications including antivirus and firewall.


Ransom:MSIL/Gorf is a detection of a notorious computer virus that targets the important files of users. This virus was developed with the primary purpose of denying computer users access to their data.


Worm:VBS/Jenxcus.K is hazardous computer virus that executes on the computer as a visual basic file. Once it infects the system, it starts collecting information like operating system version, network configuration, IP address, and so on.


Trojan:Win32/Tilevn.A is a hazardous computer virus that may endanger the system if not removed immediately. It may have sneaked inside the computer by downloading files from malicious sites.


Trojan.Script.GenericKDZ is a detection for a highly hazardous virus. Files identified with this detection are mostly components of a hacking tool  that attackers are using to infiltrate the computer.


PUP.Optional.SearchManager.BITSRST is a detection for an unwanted program that normally sneaks into the computer through the installation of malicious freeware. This detection by your anti-virus application implies that a threat may be presently attacking the internet browser program.


TrojanDownloader:Win32/Nemucod!ml is a virus that is capable of downloading and running additional threats on the already contaminated computer. Early versions of this virus are normally made to steal information from the computer.