Spyware Alert! Vulnerabilities found
Spyware Alert! Vulnerabilities found is a phony system popup which is developed by imposter anti-spyware programs, for example: VirusResponse Lab 2009. These applications will manifest Spyware Alert! Vulnerabilities found or similar cautionary messages in the users‘ computer system. Those renegade anti-spyware applications infiltrate a user‘s computer without their consent or knowledge thereof. Spyware Alert! Vulnerabilities found enter the user‘s sytem via Trojan applications, like ZLOB malware. The Trojan programme generally come in a form of fake video codecs (e.g.Video ActiveX Codec, Video Activex Object Error). Reprobate anti-spyware applications display the Spyware Alert! Vulnerabilities found imposter system alerts or phony security messages to ambush the user into purchasing the "full" version of the renagade anti-spyware programs. So what do these erroneous messages look like? Well, it generally resembles the following: “Warning! Spyware detected on your computer! (displayed in black font within a yellow box). Install an antivirus or spyware remover to clean your computer. (displayed in white font within a blue box)” , alternatively it will be displayed as follows:
Why you need to be protected against spyware?
Upgrade to full version of VirusResponse Lab 2009 security kit to clean your computer and prevent new security and privacy attacks. You will have daikly updates and online protection against Internet attacks."
Computer users should definately not trust these messages. It is recommended that should Spyware Alert! Vulnerabilities found be detected ona sytem, it shoudl be delted as soon as possible in order to ensure their data and privacy remain protected.