www.desk-365.com

xu xiao

Domain Information

The domain www.desk-365.com registered by xu xiao was initially registered in November of 2012 through GODADDY.COM, LLC. This domain has been known to host and distribute adware as well as other potentially unwanted software. The hosted servers are located in Seattle, Washington within the United States which resides on the SoftLayer Technologies Inc. network.
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Registrar:
GODADDY.COM, LLC

Server location:
Washington, United States (US)

Create date:
Thursday, November 01, 2012

Expires date:
Saturday, November 01, 2014

Updated date:
Saturday, November 02, 2013

ASN:
AS36351 SOFTLAYER - SoftLayer Technologies Inc.,US

Root domain:

Scanner detections:
Detections  (100% detected)

Scan engine
Details
Detections

Bkav FE
W32.Clod273.Trojan
100.00%

CMC Antivirus
AdWare.Win32.D365!O
100.00%

Malwarebytes
PUP.Optional.Desk365.A
100.00%

K7 Gateway Antivirus
Unwanted-Program
100.00%

K7 AntiVirus
Unwanted-Program
100.00%

NANO AntiVirus
Trojan.Win32.Blocker.crkzhb
100.00%

avast!
Win32:StartPage-APY [PUP]
100.00%

Antiy Labs AVL
Spyware[AdWare:not-a-virus]/Win32.D365
100.00%

ESET NOD32
Win32/ELEX (variant)
100.00%

Baidu Antivirus
Adware.Win32.ELEX
100.00%

Reason Heuristics
PUP.337TechnologyLimited.O
100.00%

Avira AntiVirus
ADWARE/Adware.Gen2
100.00%

The domain www.desk-365.com has been seen to resolve to the following IP address.

50.22.226.195-static.reverse.softlayer.com
April 11, 2014

File downloads found at URLs served by www.desk-365.com.

12 / 68    (Adware)
http://www.desk-365.com/.../Desk365_Chrome.exe  (1f8f5c6d50769f01e98709fffed37e60)

URL:
http://www.desk-365.com/

Google Analytics:
UA-32644744

Title:
“Desk 365”

Description:
“Desk 365 official website.Desk 365 can help you manage your desktop icons”

Web server:
nginx

Facebook:
Likes:  12
Shares:  85
Comments:  3

Twitter:
Shares:  9

Statistics are for the previous month.

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