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HackTool:MSIL/AutoKms is a detection for a malicious file that is normally in the form of “cracking” software. Computer users may utilize this kind of application to run a commercial software without having to pay for the valid license or registration code.


Computer viruses can infect the computer by exploiting the automated task system by integrating malicious code to VBA file. One hazardous threat that can do such thing is identified as Trojan:Script/Valyria!mclg.


Detection of TrojanDropper:VBS/Valyria virus on the computer is a sign of looming danger. This virus can install other malware or potentially unwanted program (PUP) on the computer. Thus, as soon as the anti-virus application identifies the presence of TrojanDropper:VBS/Valyria, immediate scanning is suggested to thoroughly clean the computer.


Ransom:MSIL/WannaMadCrypt.PA!MTB is a generic detection to identify a malicious file that characterized a crypto-virus threat. If your anti-virus application sends an alert that certain file is infected with Ransom:MSIL/WannaMadCrypt.PA!MTB, it implies that computer is under ransomware attack.


Trojan:Script/Wacatac.b!ml is a dangerous computer bug. It is a malevolent script that is injected into various HTML objects. Thus, computer users can acquire the virus via the dangerous script that is built into different websites.


Trojan:Win32/Phonzy.A!ml is a computer virus intended to steal various user identifiers from the infected computer. This is a detection provided by Microsoft Defender Antivirus to identify this specific kind of phishing virus.


Computer anti-virus or similar security application may detect Trojan.Pcrypt.Msil.Generic on the computer if it is contaminated with a virus that is capable of blocking access of users to their files.

McAfee Antivirus or a similar security application may detect in the course of its existence on the computer. The purpose of this identification system is to find potentially malicious files and objects that behave suspiciously.


VirTool:Win32/DefenderTamperingRestore is a common detection of harmful files that attempts to start an attack on the computer. When your local antivirus software exhibits an alert about VirTool:Win32/DefenderTamperingRestore, it only means that the presence of security risk is identified, but the antivirus software is unsure of its feature.


Ransom:MSIL/Crypute.PB!MTB is a dangerous computer virus detector designed to infiltrate the computer and encrypt the most common files. The ransomware threat usually targets files with extensions such as .doc, .xls, .ppt, .psd, .jpg, .png, .dwg, .pdf, and so on.