- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
- Cant change my homepage
- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow Computer
Program:Win32/Pameseg.H is a malicious application that tries to lure money out of gullible computer users. If Program:Win32/Pameseg.H is not removed immediately, it will continuously try to force the user into sending a text message to a given number, that would afterwards require installing a product. As expected, the product in question would require a payment afterwards, and this puts Program:Win32/Pameseg.H into a category of programs you definitely do not want to have in your system.
It is easy to see when Program:Win32/Pameseg.H appears in your system, because it pops up into the screen with a distinctive French-speaking interface. The program claims that it will install an MSN messenger for you, but if you follow its instructions you will see that the messenger you are about to install requires an activation code that will only be obtain after you send out a text message to the given number:
Pour obtenir votre code d’activation, veuillez envoyer depuis votre portable un SMS au numero 81015 avec le mot LP.
Or so Program:Win32/Pameseg.H says. MSN Messenger is not the only thing the program downloads and installs. Internet Explorer and Adobe Flash Player are also known to be a part of Program:Win32/Pameseg.H’s repertoire. However, these legitimate applications are by no means associated with the malicious program. So when right after the execution Program:Win32/Pameseg.H asks you to choose a program you want to install. Then you have to agree to the terms and conditions, and eventually, only after you send the SMS can you receive a “code” that would allow you to fully install the program.
In general, Program:Win32/Pameseg.H has been known to trick users by “offering” to install various programs, including VLC Player, OpenOffice, Windows Media Player, Outlook Express, Avira Antivirus, Counter Strike, Audacity and so on. Also, Program:Win32/Pameseg.H can change your browser home page to forcefully redirect you to one of its websites: yaape.com, wiiqi.com or pucuy.com.
It is more than obvious that Program:Win32/Pameseg.H tampers with your system and does not allow you to operate your computer the way you are used to. Also, it tries to steal your money by making you pay for programs that are generally free of charge. Waste no time and remove Program:Win32/Pameseg.H with a trustworthy security program before it managed to cripple your system. And don’t forget to be careful while installing new programs, who knows what other malware application might be lurking for you.