Dubbed “Faster Internet,” the adware was discovered by Bleeping Computer’s Lawrence Abrams. Once installed, it collects a wide range of data on the user without their permission or a notification and sends that data back to its server. Digital Trends Home > Computing > Adware snaps screenshot of your PC after install… Adware snaps screenshot of your PC after install, fingerprints its hardware By Jonathan Keane — April 20, Generated Tue, 21 Feb 2017 15:21:03 GMT by s_za2 (squid/3.5.23)
When installed it takes a screenshot of your computer’s display at that moment, along with the time of installation. Your cache administrator is webmaster. A lot of adware comes bundled with otherwise legitimate software, as a revenue source, but Abrams didn’t specify where or how he found Faster Internet. As the user is not notified or warned, as Abrams pointed out, they could have a password manager open revealing account details or be reading some kind of personal
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