Advance-System Care, Potentially Unnecessary Software.

Some legitimate programs like Advance System Care can be described as superfluous, they are not necessarily required for the system and sometimes unwanted.

Specifically this software is as a system optimizer capable of removing security threats.
However some antivirus software classifies it in the category of Potentially Unwanted Software Optional (PUP/LPI)


This program is ranked in the category of Potentially Redundant Software (LPS). It installs as a program and / or as a browser extension. It can automatically boot from the Registry for via key "Run", a service or scheduled task. It can start at boot of your browser after changing its settings. Sometimes the launch is silently, ie it works in the background. Viral analysis of this software shows no malware detection.

This is primarily legitimate programs that may not be necessary for the proper operation of your system. The multiplication of programs launched at boot can cause delays in the execution of the system but also ordinary tasks when browsing the internet. Note that some programs come with downloads repaquetage, a technique of offering other being installed software. These additional programs are obviously superfluous, they can even be installed without your knowledge. It is recommended to read the CLUF before installation of bundled software. Before clicking, check the relevance of pre-checked boxes that are offered.

The Potentially Unwanted Software (PUP/LPI) can launch services, start scheduled tasks and create shortcuts on your desktop. All these operations are done with or without your consent under the terms of his contract of use. Installed, an LPI can change some settings on your browsers such as search pages, the start page or your error page. It can collect your browsing habits and report to a server by tracking method. While browsing it can display ads (coupons) and banner ads (popups). The objective of this program is often to make money by generating web traffic to sponsored websites.

Potentially Unwanted Software (LPI)

Potentially unwanted software (LPI) ou Potentialy Unwanted Programs (PUP) are causing many infections. The most frequently encountered example is adware InstallCore, CrossRider, Graftor or Boxore that pollute the Registry for data and storage units. They are usually installed without your knowledge by downloading freeware. Indeed some sites use Repackaging method, an operation that is to redo the installation package of the software by adding download options. These options allow you to add other software such as browser toolbars, des adwares, potentially unwanted software, intrusive advertisements software, even hijackers.

Spyware (spywares) and adware (Adwares) undesirable, as malware, can use the write legitimate software vulnerabilities or those operating systems. It is therefore essential to have official software and they have an automatic update. Also your Windows operating system must be programmed in automatic update mode and activated, so you can have the latest critical security flaws updates.

TECHNICAL COMPONENTS

Characteristics

– Starts a process at system startup (RP),
Created multiple application shortcuts, Desktop, QuickLaunch, Taskbar, Programs (O4GS),
He settled in the Registry for to be launched at every system start (O4),
It starts a planned automatic task (O38),
It installs as a program (O42)
– Created multiple registry keys “Software”,
Adds additional folders (O43),
Registration in the Windows folder prefetcher (O45)
– Adds multiple users files (O61),

Overview in reports

Serial number : 00B55E0B3FD7E55A22CA56B558CD056CD3
[MD5.BB3461897218E6829D37EAE871CCD949] [APT] [Advance SystemCare Suite_Logon] (.Copyright © 2017.) — C:\Program FilesAdvance SystemCare Suite for COOLMAN-PCscad.exe [1804496] (.Activate.)
O39 – APT: Advance SystemCare Suite_Logon – (.Copyright © 2017.) — C:\WindowsSystem32TasksAdvance SystemCare Suite_Logon [3092]
[MD5.BB3461897218E6829D37EAE871CCD949] – (.Copyright © 2017 – Fixing Tool.) — C:\Program FilesAdvance SystemCare Suite for COOLMAN-PCscad.exe [1804496] [PID.5388]
O4 – GSCommonDesktop [Public]: Advance SystemCare Suite.lnk . (.Copyright © 2017 – Fixing Tool.) C:\Program FilesAdvance SystemCare Suite for COOLMAN-PCscad.exe
O42 – Software: Advance SystemCare Suite – (..) [HKLM] — {F751A81C-AAF7-4E24-8E40-231FD881A20B}_is1
HKLMSOFTWAREAdvance SystemCare Suite For COOLMAN-PC
HKCUSOFTWAREAdvance SystemCare Suite For COOLMAN-PC
O43 – CFD: 28/05/2017 – [] D — C:\Program FilesAdvance SystemCare Suite for COOLMAN-PC
O43 – CFD: 28/05/2017 – [] D — C:\ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsAdvance SystemCare Suite for COOLMAN-PC
O43 – CFD: 28/05/2017 – [] D — C:\ProgramDataAdvance SystemCare Suite for COOLMAN-PC
O43 – CFD: 28/05/2017 – [] D — C:\UsersCoolmanAppDataRoamingAdvance SystemCare Suite For COOLMAN-PC
O61 – LFC: 2017/05/28 16:15:25 A . (..) — C:\UsersCoolmanAppDataRoamingAdvance SystemCare Suite For COOLMAN-PCexlist.bin [258039]

Alias

CrowdStrike Falcon (ML) malicious_confidence_67% (D) 20170420
AVware Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT 20170504
DrWeb Program.Unwanted.2007 20170528
Fortinet Riskware/SystemCare 20170528
Kaspersky not-a-virus:RiskTool.Win32.SystemCare.dsb 20170528
Malwarebytes PUP.Optional.AdvanceSystemCare 20170528
Panda PUP / SystemCare 20170528
TrendMicro-HouseCall TROJ_GEN.R047H07DR17 20170504
VIPRE Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT 20170504
ZoneAlarm by Check Point not-a-virus:RiskTool.Win32.SystemCare.dsb 20170528

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