Bloodhound.exploit.281 is focused on old but still topical weakness of GIF file security. The weakness is known under 31020 unique ID in the list of software vulnerabilities. It was discovered in 2008.
The exploit includes a number of already detected infections that perform malicious and annoying activities based on utilization of the above flaw in the files and related software security. It is expected that new exploits will be released that will make use of other facets of the problem.
There is no solution to fix the issue by patching attacked files for there is no such patch available today. However, removal of Bloodhound.exploit.281 is available, as well as so called “in advance” removal, which means that you can protect your PC by software that will permanently safeguard sensitive files from malicious invaders.
Click here to carry out free scan and get rid of Bloodhound.exploit.281 , if such infection is already in the memory of your computer, as well as to get your vulnerable files protected from malicious exploits like the one in question.
Type: Trojan horse
Detection date: 21.05.2011
URL: blocked\not detected
Bloodhound.exploit.281 removal tool:
- Bloodhound.exploit.281 may be difficult to remove manually;
- Bloodhound.exploit.281 may download and install additional malware;
- Bloodhound.exploit.281 may slow your PC;
- Bloodhound.exploit.281 may cause system errors and slowdowns.