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An analysis of the technologies used by cybercriminals allows us to draw conclusions about the virus industry’s possible vectors of development and more effectively confront future threats. You, too, can learn what actions various malicious programs take in infected systems and how to withstand them.

Trojan.Click in virus library:

A family of trojan applications designed to increase website visits and generate income via online traffic. Depending on their version and modification, they perform various malicious actions. For example, when victims try to open websites, the malware can redirect them to other web addresses. They can also imitate user actions, automatically opening specific links and clicking on banners and other interactive site elements.

Trojan.Click aliases:

Name Vendor Dr.Web classification name
Adware.Winpup Symantec Trojan.Click
application Adware-HistoryClean McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB.ay Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Win32/Nuker.Click!Trojan Computer Associates Trojan.Click
Trojan.Click.14 Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_NUKER_CLK Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Nuke-Click McAfee Trojan.Click
Nuker.Win32.Click.14 Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Win32/DSS!Trojan Computer Associates Trojan.Click
TROJ_DDS.A Trend Micro Trojan.Click
AdClicker McAfee Trojan.Click
Win32/AOLPS.LV!Trojan Computer Associates Trojan.Click
Click-1 McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB.v Kaspersky Trojan.Click
TROJ_ADCLICKER.A Trend Micro Trojan.Click
AdClicker-AT McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB.cc Kaspersky Trojan.Click
TROJ_VB.BM Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Generic.cd McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB.bm Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Adware.Roimoi Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_ADCLICKR.AO Trend Micro Trojan.Click
AdClicker-AO McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.VB.bs Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Spyware.Dotcomtoolbar Symantec Trojan.Click
application Adware-DCToolbar McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.DotComToolBar.e Kaspersky Trojan.Click
TROJ_OUTWAR.H Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Downloader-GH McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.Outwar.h Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Trojan.Adclicker Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_OUTWAR.G Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.Outwar.g Kaspersky Trojan.Click
TROJ_CLICKER.AW Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Generic.dc McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.Delf.aw Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Win32/Openme!Garbage Computer Associates Trojan.Click
W32.DSS.Trojan Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_DSS.A Trend Micro Trojan.Click
AdClicker-B McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan Horse Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_DELF.P Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.Delf.p Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Adware.ReferAd Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_SMALL.CA Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.Small.c Kaspersky Trojan.Click
Dialer.Crosskirk Symantec Trojan.Click
TROJ_HALDEX.A Trend Micro Trojan.Click
Generic.b McAfee Trojan.Click
Trojan-Clicker.Win32.Haldex Kaspersky Trojan.Click

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Trojan.Click in virus library:

Trojan.Click
Trojan.Click.1000.origin
Trojan.Click.1007.origin
Trojan.Click.1051.origin
Trojan.Click.1068.origin
Trojan.Click.18083
Trojan.Click.18901
Trojan.Click.18953
Trojan.Click.19112
Trojan.Click.19156
Trojan.Click.19713
Trojan.Click.19717
Trojan.Click.19769
Trojan.Click.19861
Trojan.Click.19896
Trojan.Click.19930
Trojan.Click.20017
Trojan.Click.20029
Trojan.Click.20059
Trojan.Click.20084
Trojan.Click.20147
Trojan.Click.20148
Trojan.Click.20169
Trojan.Click.20170
Trojan.Click.20182
Trojan.Click.20200
Trojan.Click.20246
Trojan.Click.20336
Trojan.Click.20338
Trojan.Click.20362
Trojan.Click.20552
Trojan.Click.20660
Trojan.Click.21123
Trojan.Click.21133
Trojan.Click.21174
Trojan.Click.213.origin
Trojan.Click.21793
Trojan.Click.21801
Trojan.Click.22061
Trojan.Click.22405
Trojan.Click.23262
Trojan.Click.23266
Trojan.Click.23320
Trojan.Click.23344
Trojan.Click.23363
Trojan.Click.23473
Trojan.Click.23505
Trojan.Click.23630
Trojan.Click.23641
Trojan.Click.23814

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