Named by the prolific creators "Ta505", Serv Helper Spreads through email campaigns using a quantity over quality approach that has proven to work, albeit, less effective than the Emotet strategies discussed previously in this blog.
Vuze still won't be able to find it again after you move it out of the default directory, but at least you know it's been scanned for malware!
When Vuze fails to scan a file you will be presented with the following indicators: (this example shows the case where the file has been deleted while the download still resides in the Vuze library - note the red text in this case) If you double-click on either the warning triangle icon against the download or the status bar warning, the following dialog will be presented: If you click on the "Details" link in this dialog it will show more detailed information about the failure.
About the only thing that Vuze Plus doesn't protect your system from is El Chupacabra* While Bit Defender releases new antivirus updates hourly, in order to conserve system resources and offer users the most responsive experience, Vuze Plus retrieves these updates every four hours.
Occasionally during this process, something goes haywire and Vuze is unable to retrieve the absolute latest update from Bit Defender.
Yes, go to the AV options (Tools menu-Antivirus) and select the 'Update Signatures Now' button.
If you still encounter problems you can try rebuilding the AV database as well.
It can also steal or manipulate information from several online accounts to access your Amazon, Airbnb, Facebook, Steam, and You Tube accounts... Recently a vulnerability has been found in Win RAR that can allow a malicious ACE archive to drop malware onto your system.
This flaw has been present in Win RAR for 19 years but was just noticed earlier this year... Trick Bot is once again making itself known during tax season and attempting to steal your hard-earned money.
Look in the 'plugins' folder for a sub-folder called "aeantivirus_v".