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K Desktop Environment Vulnerability
k100searches.com is one of the websites that result from a Google Search Redirection Virus infection. If you run a Google search on a computer that is infected with a search redirect virus, your search results may be redirected to one of several websites among which is k100searches.com.
In some cases, k100searches.com can be the result of a ZeroAccess Rootkit. SpyNoMore is capable of removing Zero Access Rootkits and stopping the search redirections.
Kamikaze Trojan is a very dangerous tool in the hands of an experienced hacker, although many modern antiviral systems are able to detect and remove this pest. The hacker gets a partial control over the infected machine and an ability of carrying various destructive actions (such as stealing passwords or corrupting key files).
Kaos Mass Mailer
This is a Remote Administration Tool (RAT), used by hackers for gaining access to distant PCs. A RAT program works by a simple but effective principle: the hacker infects the machine with a "server" program via the e-mail or File and Print Sharing system and can control it, using a "client" on his computer. Several versions (Kaos 1.1, Kaos 1.3) of this pest appeared in Greece from September 1999 to September 2001. The author is a hacker called MaNCuBuZ from a group called Greek United Cyberpunx.
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