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Displayed publisher: ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam
Installation folder: C:\Program Files\’Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam
Program executable: ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam.exe
Path: C:\Program Files\’Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam\’Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam.exe
Addition Files (Malware Detected)
(Malware detected) ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam.dll
Adware.Win64.’Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam.CB by Netcraft
Variant of Win64/AdWare.’Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam.C by Panda
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What Really Is ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam ?

Tech Scam

Does ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam hide the suspicious files on local disk?

Yes

Does ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam display a survey form to answer some questions While Users visit some web pages?

Yes

it infect browsers are – Chrome 52.0.2743, Chrome 55.0.2883, Chrome 58.0.3026.0, Chrome 50.0.2661, Chrome 49.0.2623, Chrome 57.0.2987, Chrome 51.0.2704, Chrome 56.0.2924 , Mozilla:41.0.2, Mozilla:48.0.1, Mozilla:38.2.0, Mozilla:45.6.0, Mozilla:46, Mozilla Firefox:38.5.0, Mozilla Firefox:45.5.1, Mozilla Firefox:40.0.2 , Internet Explorer 10-10.0.8400.00000, IE 7:7.00.6000.16386, Internet Explorer 7-7.00.6000.16441, Internet Explorer 8-8.00.6001.18241, IE 10:10.0.9200.16384, Internet Explorer 7-7.00.6000.16386, IE 8:8.00.6001.18702 , Opera Version 17, Opera Version 8.5, Opera Version 18, Opera Version 12.11, Opera Version 42, Opera Version 9.1, Opera Version 4

Do ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam redirects you to malicious sites or links?

No

Is it possible for ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam to collects all your credentials or PII?

Yes

Does ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam work like a fake security program?

Yes

it use LSP technique or not?

Yes

Does ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam display Banner ads during Web browsing?

No

Related ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam adware – Adware.FlashTrack, Direct Advertiser, MySearch.g, GigatechSuperBar, NaviPromo, Adsponsor, Adware.Enumerate, ZStart, Bonzi

How Can ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam Spreads?

freeware Application

Whether ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam is associated with suspicious IP address?

54.161.185.48, 202.147.167.180, 138.197.97.161, 184.5.189.250, 103.217.179.67, 71.213.106.109, 186.223.230.148, 189.123.66.36, 99.194.102.121, 34.229.229.70

Do ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam targets PC located in specific country?

Laos , Guatemala , Liberia , Afghanistan , Guyana , Gabon , Jamaica , Bulgaria

Whether ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam uses Direct Memory Write technique as a potentially unwanted program?

No

Does ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam use Watchdog technique to disable the system functionality?

Yes

Is it possible for ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam to display ads in Private space in computer?

No

Errors created by ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam are X-Forwarded-Host[20]

Do the system get compromised when ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam display ads in Program GUI?

Yes

Is it possible for ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam to install Optional programs While browsing Internet?

Yes

Can ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam infiltration affect the system performance ?

Yes

Is Manual Uninstallation of ‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam a difficult task?

Yes

Do it capable of using Winlogon component?

Yes

‘Secure Boot Violation’ Technical Support Scam Creates path for Trojan to enter into PC and does harm badly Trojan.Agent.amqy, Trojan.Downloader.VB.YCM, Trojan.Knooth, Troj/Agent-AAJO, Proxy.Pramro.F, I-Worm.LamerOne.vbs, Trojan.BHO.adh, Trojan.Downloader.Small.ASE, Trojan.Startpage.QY

it is tech support scam virus in which way?

Videos Ads

Whether it scam affect Windows help-desk or not?

Yes

Does it pop-up appears on Windows PC?

No

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