Malicious Internet Explorer Plugin infects PC users

Users of Internet Explorer should pay attention to a new rogue plugin which makes its victims think that they are installing upgrades of Flash Player while in reality they are letting the malicious browser helper object to enter. According to computer experts, its Trojan.Tracur.C which additionally drops another Trojan (Trojan.JS.Redirector.KY). The second trojan starts tracking user’s browsing habits and injects some JavaScript code which hijacks user’s search additionally. We should also add that fans of Firefox should also be aware about this malware because after getting inside this browser helper object infects all browsers it finds.

This JavaScript code, which is injected additionally, leads PC users to constant redirections: after entering a name of search engine, such as Google, Yahoo, Aol, Bing or Ask, it brings the victims to malicious or fake websites that will push them to download more malware into their PCs. As we have announced earlier, you shouldn’t ignore search redirection virus. If you have been suffering from this problem, read how to remove Google redirect virus from your computer: ‘What to do when Google/Yahoo/Bing results are redirecting?’ In addition, we highly recommend downloading all the updates and software from official websites only.


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