RiskWare.Tool.CK is Malwarebytes’ detection name for cracks and keygens that enable users to use software for free illegally.
Riskware defines any legitimate programs that pose potential risks due to security vulnerability, software incompatibility, or legal violations. Typically, risks pertain to malicious cyber criminals exploiting programs that handle sensitive data or admin-level processes.
RiskWare. KMS is a tool used to activate a copy of the Windows OS software that is acquired illegally. Doing so is unlawful under almost all circumstances and could have legal repercussions. Also Windows may not be able to fetch updates so users can end up with an unpatched version of Windows.
Android. Riskware. Agent is a general detection for an app that can introduce security risks to a device (or its stored data) if it is used in an unauthorized or harmful manner.
Short bio. RiskWare. Injector is Malwarebytes’ detection name for game hacking tools that use DLL injection to gain an undeserved advantage over other players. Many of them can also be abused for malicious purposes.
Threat actors can use riskware to steal data or install malware onto an unsuspecting user’s system. For instance, if they find a program with File Transfer Protocol enabled, they can install a server that allows them to steal the user’s files.
No, KMS Auto is not a Virus file but it is simply a activator file. It just activator or unlock the full version of application. Yes antivirus software detect it as virus but they are not. Many hacking files and applications like Tor browser, wireshark, metaexploit etc are not virus but Antivirus shows them as virus.
Riskware. Patcher is Malwarebytes’ detection name for riskware that allows the user to run commercial software without a license. Riskware, in general, is a detection for items that are not strictly malicious but pose some risk for the user in another way.
KMSPico is 100% safe to use. It has been in the wild for about 2 years, which shows how many people are using it safely. We have not seen any reports of anyone succumbing to harm while running this tool on their system.
Short bio. HackTool. KMS is Malwarebytes’ detection name for a Hacktool that allows the user to use Microsoft software illegally.
The whole purpose of a rootkit is to protect malware. Think of it like an invisibility cloak for a malicious program. This malware is then used by cybercriminals to launch an attack. The malware protected by rootkit can even survive multiple reboots and just blends in with regular computer processes.
Generic. Malware/Suspicious is Malwarebytes’ detection name given to files which trigger our generic criteria for suspicious files. This means they show characteristics that lead to believe they are malware.
RiskWare. DllInjector is Malwarebytes’ generic detection name for tools that provide a mechanism to inject code into a Windows DLL.
Android/Trojan. Dropper is a malicious app that contains additional malicious app(s) within its payload. The Android/Trojan. Dropper will install the additional malicious app(s) onto an infected mobile device. On the Android OS, most often the malicious app(s) to be dropped is/are contained within the Android/Trojan.