Browsezilla A Browser For Adware? (Does Nod32 Detect It)

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  1. proactivelover

    proactivelover Registered Member

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    Browsezilla is an adware program that downloads Adware/PicsPlace to the affected computer, and then, runs it.
    Browsezilla can be voluntarily downloaded when visiting certain websites for adults, and from the website belonging to the company that has developed it.
     

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    Yes! :D
     

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  3. proactivelover

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    i also have the link but i cannot not download it
    because my cable opprator stop the downloding of exe file
    i am very happy that nod32 detect it by it AdvHeur
     
  4. rothko

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    yeah, they are good those Advanced Heuristics! File has been submitted so a signature should (if they deem it to be malware) be added in due course.
     
  5. TNT

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    Browsezilla is strictly related to Coolwebsearch. I've seen the site and executable linked on pages containing exploits. It should definitely NEVER be used.
     
  6. ASpace

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    Your ISP is great , too :D :D :D
     
  7. gerardwil

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    I tried that site. There was a warning from Panda, must be my ISP, I don't have Panda.
    FF Dr.Web extension warns for adware.
    Kav detects Trojan.

    Gerard
     
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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    Anybody can try Avast Web scanner?
     
  9. proactivelover

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    who is good:thumb: who is bad:thumbd:
     

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    Thanks.
     
  11. pykko

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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    nice...AH are doing again their job. :)
     
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    Re: Browsezilla A Browser For Adware (Does Nod32 Detect It)

    LOL, I see the web page and look at this new:

    Panda Software write this press release:
    The citation: The malware installed by Browsezilla is used to periodically connect to web pages with adult content.
    This charge is unsubstantiated!
    If Panda Software has concrete proofs that BrowseZilla establishes malware let will show them. If there are no authors Browsezilla will address in court.

    LOL, malware authors now demand. Crazy world.
     
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