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Loops


looxee

A program that runs in the background, recording all the keystrokes. Once keystrokes are logged, they are hidden in the machine for later retrieval, or shipped raw to the attacker. The attacker then peruses them carefully in the hopes of either finding passwords, or possibly other useful information that could be used to compromise the system or be used in a social engineering attack.


LOP

LOP is a spyware program that can hijack your start page and / or Internet Explorer search features. LOP spyware generates pop-up advertisements and can redirect your searches to one of its many affiliated sites. Different variants of LOP spyware may monitor your online activity, add shortcuts to the Favorites menu, add a toolbar to Internet Explorer, install porn dialers, generate pornographic pop-ups, and load other spyware onto the system. LOP is usually bundled with freeware and shareware programs (such as Messenger Plus) but is also known to be hidden in software crack files (crack files are illegal workarounds that unlock commercial programs).


Lop (Lop)

Advertisement tracking cookie file which may potentially violate your privacy.


Lop.com


Lop.com (Lop.com/Toolbar)


Lop.com.WinActive

A that surreptitiously monitors your actions. While they are sometimes sinister, like a remote control program used by a hacker, software companies have been known to use Spyware to gather data about customers. The practice is generally frowned upon.


Lop.com/Active


Lop.com/AYB


Lop.com/IMZ


Lop.com/Loader


Lop.com/RND


Lop.com/Trinity


lopadevega-search.net

lopadevega-search.net search re-directions are a result of a dangerous ZeroAccess Rootkit infection. lopadevega-search.net search redirects can also be the result of a Google Search Redirection Virus infection. If your Google, Yahoo or Bing search results are being redirected to lopadevega-search.net, you can scan your computer with SpyNoMore to remove the infection.


Loper


LordZer0.372


LordZero.538


Lorer


Lorexp


LorNuker


LoseExec


Loselove


Loser.305


Lospad.C


Lospad.D


Lotus Domino


Lotus Domino 1.5 vulnerability


Lotus Domino ESMTP Service Buffer overflow


Lotus123.Winstart


LoudMarketing


LoudMarketing.Bridge


LoudMarketing.Casino


LoudPC


Lousy password handling in BreezeCOM


Louvado.A


LoveaDot


LoveaDot.b


LoveChild.488


LoveChild.488 (LoveChild!Trojan)


LoveLock


LoverSpy.A


Lovesan.a


LoveTester

This program is actually a BHO (Browser Helper Object), which means that it atteches itself to the IE and pecomes a part of it. FIrewalls, installed on a target system, don't usually pay attention to this malware, because it looks like a default IE browser for them. All in all, LoveTester gets a lof of freedom for its actions, some of which may be really annoying or carry some certain damage to the user's privacy.


LoveYou


LowerMyBills.com

Advertisement tracking cookie file which may potentially violate your privacy.


LowKill


lowpriceshopper.com

Lowpriceshopper.com is one of the websites that result from a Google Search Redirection Virus infection. If you run a Google search on a computer infected with this virus, your search results may be redirected to one of several websites among which is lowpriceshopper.com. Infected computers also exhibit frequent popup advertisements.


Loz.1018


Loz.1882


Loz.1915


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