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Danger level 10
Type: Trojans

Other mutations known as:

Bugs on the Screen Virus

Do you see Blue Screen With Cockroaches? Some users can get this type of infection from installing fake video codec’s (such as Flash Activex Object Error, Video ActiveX Object, Video Activex Object Error) which could help to display video. These codec’s actually install Trojans (like Trojan Zlob) onto a user's computer. In this way, they open a backdoor for all kinds of malware, spyware and even viruses to gain access to the user's PC. For example, after installation, users start to see fake popup warning messages about a computer system infection. These popups usually offer to download Rogue anti-spyware programs like Antivirus 2008, Antivirus2008, VirusHeat, IEAntiVirus, IE AntiVirus, IE AntiVirus 3.2, SpywareIsolator, AntiSpywareMaster, AdvancedXPDefender, AntiMalwareGuard.
After some time, the user's screen appears to be full of bugs that are eating the screen. After awhile, the bugs may disappear, but they may appear again if the infection is not properly removed.
This is one of the symptoms that a computer is infected. We recommend that you delete this type of infection as soon as possible to safeguard the security of your PC!

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Files associated with Bugs on the Screen Virus infection:

ctfmonb.exe
blackster.scr

Bugs on the Screen Virus processes to kill:

ctfmonb.exe

Remove Bugs on the Screen Virus registry entries:

blackbugseatscreen
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Comments

  1. Andrea May 28, 2008

    there is also a ctfmona.exe that could be attached to this.

  2. patrick May 31, 2008

    yeah, i like pissed myself when this happened to me, cuz i saw the "fake antivirus"thing and it said that i had like 2000 infections!
    and i was freakin out and everything, and then it turned out it was just some bull crap trojan :/
    asnd yeah like andrea said above, the ctfmona.exe needs to be added, cuz i removed that only, and that just stopped the whole thing entirely, but its there and its not good :/

  3. Otto Jun 6, 2008

    Yes. But the people that makes the virus keep changing the name of the files I heve the same thing but my files are named blphcgh9j0evcv And surfing the net looking for answers I saw some names similar to the one I have but with a 2 or 3 different letters

  4. Mal Jun 9, 2008

    i also have the virus someone please help!

  5. Wes Jul 15, 2008

    Those damn are eating the warning sign! I don't know much about computer code and stuff. How can i get rid of it? Does it do any harm to the computer other than the annoying bug graphics?

  6. Li Apr 1, 2009

    Sheesh. I remember when this infected my old computer.
    (Along with Virtumonde, though, of course.)
    It killed my computer. o_O;

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