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First posted on 18 October 2017.
There are no other names known for Trojan:Win32/Bitrep.B.
We've automatically analyzed this threat, determined that it's a trojan because of what it does when it gets on a PC, and blocked and removed it from your PC.
Typically, trojans try to do one or all of the following:
- Download and install other malware.
- Use your computer for click fraud.
- Record your keystrokes and the sites you visit.
- Send information about your PC, including usernames and browsing history, to a remote malicious hacker.
- Give a remote malicious hacker access to your PC.
Due to the generic nature of this detection, we are unable to provide specific information about how the threat behaves.
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Last update 18 October 2017