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#1 YoKenny1

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Posted 19 February 2009 - 12:24 AM

adwarefree.com playing on Ad-Aware's name

Not detected by MBAM.
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Posted 19 February 2009 - 06:14 AM

File setupxv.exe received on 02.19.2009 11:39:05 (CET)
Current status: finished
Result: 2/39 (5.13%)


Virus Total

Installed it in a Sandbox and scanned finding no threats.

Installed Antivirus 360 alongside and Adware actually flagged it throwing up a warning to register in order to remove.

At the first page it doesn't seem to be paid as it seems they only want your details for a serial to be sent out?
hxxp://www.adwarefree.com/register.php

On going to the next step it states you have to pay for removal with another rogue advertised alongside in Privacy Control.
hxxp://www.adwarefree.com/buynow_step2.php?email=fred%40yahoo.com.au&name=Fred+Price&country=AU&zip=6054&submit2=++NEXT+STEP

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