Identity Protector, Software potentially superfluous.

Some legitimate programs such as Identity Protector can be called superfluous, they are not necessarily needed for the functioning of the system and sometimes even unwanted.

More precisely, Identity Protector is a program that is supposed to protect your personal information on your PC. It also lets you manage your passwords via your browser and lock with a master key. However, It presents a multitude of incorrect detections and offers the purchase of a paid version to address issues.
Some security solutions, like Malwarebytes antimalware and Antivirus Avira, classify this software in the category of the Optionnels software potentially unwanted (PUP/LPI).

This program is ranked in the category of the software potentially superfluous (LPS). He settled as a program or as a browser extension. It can automatically start from the Base of registers via a key "Run", a service or scheduled task. It can begin to start your browser after changing its settings. Sometimes the launch is done silently, that is to say that he works in the background. Viral analysis of this software shows no malware detection.

It mainly legitimate programs that are not necessarily needed for the proper functioning of your system. The multiplication of programmes launched at the start of the system may cause delays in the performance of the regular duties of the system but also during internet browsing. Note that some programs are from downloads with repaquetage, a technique that is to offer other software being installed. These programs are obviously superfluous, they can even be installed without your knowledge. It is recommended to read carefully the EULA before installing software bundled. Before you click, check the relevance of the pre-ticked boxes, which are available.

Potentially unwanted software (LPI)

Potentially unwanted software (LPI) or potentially Unwanted Programs (PUP) are the cause of many infections. The most frequently encountered example is adware InstallCore, CrossRider, Graftor or Boxore pollute your data storage units and the Base of records. They usually settled without your knowledge via freeware download. In fact some sites use the repaquetage method, an operation that is to repeat the installation of the software module by adding download options. These options allow you to add other software as for example browser tool bars, the adware, potentially unwanted software, intrusive ads software, and even browser hijackers.

Spyware (spyware) and adware (Adware) unwanted, as malware, can use the vulnerabilities of writing the legitimate software or operating systems. It is therefore essential to have official software and that they have an automatic update. Your Windows operating system must be programmed in mode update automatic and active, in order to have the latest updates of critical security vulnerabilities.



– Starts a process in the launch of the system (RP),
He settled in the Base of registers to be launched each time the system starts (O4),
It starts a scheduled automatic task (Ø38),
He settled as a program (O42)
– Created multiple keys from registry "Software".,
Add additional folders (O43),
Registration in the Windows prefetcher folder (O45)
– Adds multiple users files (O61),

Aperçu dans les rapports

Recensé le 27/09/2018
Numéro de série : 00CF6833A8267DE9FBD1DB8B0BCC6F0869
Ø38 – TASK: {7FCCE776-7FC1-46D9-B0D5-763A3810AC98}[\Identity Protector_Logon] – ( – IdentityProtector.) — C:\Program FilesIdentity ProtectorIdentityProtector.exe [4313440]
C:\WindowsSystem32TasksIdentity Protector_Logon – ( — C:\Program FilesIdentity ProtectorIdentityProtector.exe [startupshow]
[MD5. AB1A8ED3E44D63B4B2304F5E1228EC78] – ( – IdentityProtector.) — C:\Program FilesIdentity ProtectorIdentityProtector.exe [4313440] [PID.2588] {00CF6833A8267DE9FBD1DB8B0BCC6F0869}
O4 – GSCommonDesktop [Public]: Identity Protector.lnk . ( – IdentityProtector.) C:\Program FilesIdentity ProtectorIdentityProtector.exe {00CF6833A8267DE9FBD1DB8B0BCC6F0869}
O42 – Logiciel: Identity Protector – ( [HKLM] — 39B262A6-2E6C-4AF9-BEF7-E43DD1035C2B_is1
O43 – CFD: 27/09/2018 – [] D — C:\Program FilesIdentity Protector
O43 – CFD: 27/09/2018 – [] D — C:\ProgramDataMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsIdentity Protector
O43 – CFD: 27/09/2018 – [] D — C:\
O43 – CFD: 27/09/2018 – [] D — C:\
O61 – LFC: 2018/09/27 07:16:12 A . ( — C:\ProgramDataIdentityProtector.coIdentity Protectoroffersidpieextsetup.exe [3886440] {00CF6833A8267DE9FBD1DB8B0BCC6F0869}


VirusTotal Analysis IdentityProtector.exe :

Avira (no cloud) PUA/IdentityProtector.B 20180921
Cyren W32/Deceptor.TCYI-5780 20180921
DrWeb Program.Unwanted.2780 20180921
Malwarebytes PUP. Optional.IdentityProtector 20180921
Panda PUP/IdentityProtector 20180921
Yandex Trojan.Agent!CV3g6Z6Xycg 20180920

VirusTotal Analysis (Installer):

Avira (no cloud) PUA/IdentityProtector.A 20180921
AVware Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT 20180921
CAT-QuickHeal Trojan.IGENERIC 20180921
Cyren W32/Deceptor.GGDN-3381 20180921
DrWeb Program.Unwanted.2249 20180921
Endgame malicious (moderate confidence) 20180730
ESET-NOD32 a variant of Win32/GT32SupportGeeks.M.gen potentially unwanted 20180921
Fortinet W32/Downeks.ATQ!tr 20180921
K7AntiVirus Riskware ( dec002011 ) 20180921
K7GW Riskware ( dec002011 ) 20180921
Malwarebytes PUP. Optional.IdentityProtector 20180921
MAX malware (ai score=95) 20180921
McAfee Artemis!6C1A8DA0D433 20180921
McAfee-GW-Edition Artemis 20180921
Microsoft Misleading:Win32/Lodi 20180921
Panda PUP/IdentityProtector 20180921
Sophos AV Generic PUA OD (PUA) 20180922
TrendMicro SPYW_IdentityProtector 20180921
TrendMicro-HouseCall SPYW_IdentityProtector 20180921
VBA32 TrojanSpy.MSIL.Downeks 20180921
VIPRE Trojan.Win32.Generic!BT 20180921
Webroot W32. Adware.Gen 20180921
Yandex Riskware.Agent! 20180920
TrendMicro-HouseCall TROJ_GEN. R002C0OIJ18 20180924

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