Know Your Malware: Puregirls Removal
Puregirls, also known as Gurepirls, is a trojan that steals e-mail addresses from a compromised computer and uses them to register the victim for a pornographic service without his or her knowledge and consent. Once executed, the parasite gathers e-mail addresses and current mail configuration details and sends collected data to a predetermined web site. Then it registers the user and continuously displays a message in Japanese asking the victim to pay a fee for a pornographic service. Puregirls automatically runs as a system service on every Windows startup.
Related files: aclservice.exe, acl.ocx, acl.bmp
• Shows commercial adverts
• Connects itself to the internet
• Hides from the user
• Stays resident in background Remove Puregirls, removal instructions
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