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Danger level 9
Type: Trojans
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow internet connection
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Slow Computer

"Bloodhound.PDF.8 - Trojan Found!" Pop up

"Bloodhound.PDF.8 - Trojan Found!" Pop up pop-up is a Trojan name that generates erroneous message alerts, informing that the user‘s computer may be infected and have a severe risk of system failure. "Bloodhound.PDF.8 - Trojan Found!" Pop up pop-up infiltrates the user‘s computer after they have installed imposter video codec files, the likes of Video ActiveX Codec. However, this is an actual Trojan Zlob malware. The intent behind all these pop-ups’, is to force the user into downloading and ultimately purchasing the promoted anti-spyware product, e.g. Personal Antivirus.

"Bloodhound.PDF.8 - Trojan Found!" Pop up fake message should look like this:

"Bloodhound.PDF.8 is a heuristic detection for potentially
malicious PDF files that may exploit know vulnerabilities in
Adobe Acribat in oder to persorm futher malicious actions.
Block Ignore"

"Bloodhound.PDF.8 - Trojan Found!" Pop up pop-up mentions a few malware programs of varied severity: Spyware.IEMonster.b, Zlop.PornAdvertister.Xplisit, Trojan.InfoStealer.Banker.s. All of the above may be actual threats, but you don’t have them on your machine. However, Personal Antivirus should definitely not be trusted and it is recommended that the user continue with scanning their computer, in order to eliminate the "Bloodhound.PDF.8 - Trojan Found!" Pop up pop-up threat.

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  1. tony carr Jun 2, 2009

    very useful information, thank you. So how do I get rid of it?...
    Thanks in advance
    Tony carr
    Ps I Know that you are probably a reputable organization, but if you intend to charge me money please do not even bother replying to this query. I understand that if you wer'e a commercial site intending to try an sell me something, you would have made that clear up front. Like you say, no-one likes scumbag marketing practices.

  2. PcThreat Jun 2, 2009

    If You want the removal for free, install spyhunter and run the scan. Spyhunter list all files that are infected. Your Only job then is to delete these files and registry entries.
    I advice doing everything in Safe Mode

  3. Sep 23, 2009

    yes ur seems to be good but when add with alpha antivirus u can not delite the program from ur computor and shuts down everything

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