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First posted on 11 February 2020.
There are no other names known for Trojan:JS/FakeAlert.
Trojan:JS/FakeAlert is the detection for a webpage that displays a fake scanning interface alerting the user that infected files have been found when none actually exist.
When it is first opened, it shows a message similar to the following:
It may then display a fake scanning interface alerting the user that infected files have been found when none actually exist:
If the user tries to navigate away from the webpage, an alert message may be shown, similar to the following:
Trojan:JS/FakeAlert may use the following fake malware names for the fake detections:
Adware.Win32.Winad W32.Yaha.B@mm Magic DVD Ripper Trojan-PSW.Win32.LdPinch.abm Trojan virtumonde Trojan.Fakealert.355 Trojan.Qoologic - Key Logger Adware.Win32.Look2me.ab Trojan Horse IRC/Backdoor.SdBot4.FRV Win32/Hoax.Renos.HX
Analysis by Andrei Florin saygo
Last update 11 February 2020