Mar 23, 2020 · ESET has received reports of a fake/rogue security software program disguised with a false ESET Antivirus image with the name "E-Set Antivirus 2011". ESET usually detects this rogue as variants of Win32/Kryptik or Win32/RogueAV. There are several variants of this malware, but the most recent sample displays the following window: Figure 1-1

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The macro virus takes advantage of programs that support macros. Macro viruses usually arrive as Word or Excel documents attached to a spam email, or as a zipped attachment. Fake file names tempt the recipients to open the files, activating the viruses. An old but still prominent type of malware, macro viruses, remain popular with hackers.

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Feb 05, 2019 Recognize and avoid phishing messages, phony support calls May 21, 2020 Beware of Fake Antivirus Software | EC-Council Official Blog Fake antivirus programs often redirect you to websites to entice the victim to install more malware. It will be a website that looks legitimate at first glance but has tell-tale signs that prove that it is a phishing site.