setup-remove-ads.exe

RemoveAds

Major Share (MajorShare.com)

The application setup-remove-ads.exe, “RemoveAds Setup ” has been detected as a potentially unwanted program by 2 anti-malware scanners. The program is a setup application that uses the Inno Setup installer, however the file is not signed with an authenticode signature from a trusted source. The file has been seen being downloaded from www.majorshare.com.
Publisher:
Major Share (MajorShare.com)

Product:
RemoveAds

Description:
RemoveAds Setup

MD5:
9f6dc4fd41658be0a5b5f13071ef5cca

SHA-1:
2bf5641acd0a7807553f701ad8c88d468c99cc86

SHA-256:
0e8d51c6870af247c46e92c5de6196503df5719da5314f70a885104c5903d536

Scanner detections:
2 / 68

Status:
Potentially unwanted

Analysis date:
8/21/2018 3:49:33 AM UTC  (a few moments ago)

Scan engine
Detection
Engine version

ESET NOD32
Win32/Somoto
8.10523

Reason Heuristics
PUP.Somoto.Bundle
16.2.24.9

File size:
488.1 KB (499,776 bytes)

Product version:
1.6

File type:
Executable application (Win32 EXE)

Installer:
Inno Setup

Language:
Language Neutral

Common path:
C:\users\{user}\downloads\setup-remove-ads.exe

File PE Metadata
Compilation timestamp:
6/20/1992 12:22:17 AM

OS version:
1.0

OS bitness:
Win32

Subsystem:
Windows GUI

Linker version:
2.25

CTPH (ssdeep):
12288:CQiGSCL8+iDNdROFkIP/r1VBlKhC2Iqjzva6WXd55yGMB:CQiHi8DdVIL3BsItq

Entry address:
0xA5F8

Entry point:
55, 8B, EC, 83, C4, C4, 53, 56, 57, 33, C0, 89, 45, F0, 89, 45, DC, E8, CE, 8A, FF, FF, E8, D5, 9C, FF, FF, E8, 64, 9F, FF, FF, E8, 07, A0, FF, FF, E8, A6, BF, FF, FF, E8, 11, E9, FF, FF, E8, 78, EA, FF, FF, 33, C0, 55, 68, C9, AC, 40, 00, 64, FF, 30, 64, 89, 20, 33, D2, 55, 68, 92, AC, 40, 00, 64, FF, 32, 64, 89, 22, A1, 14, C0, 40, 00, E8, 26, F5, FF, FF, E8, 11, F1, FF, FF, 80, 3D, 34, B2, 40, 00, 00, 74, 0C, E8, 23, F6, FF, FF, 33, C0, E8, C4, 97, FF, FF, 8D, 55, F0, 33, C0, E8, B6, C5, FF, FF, 8B, 55...
 
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Packer / compiler:
Inno Setup v5.x - Installer Maker

Code size:
39.5 KB (40,448 bytes)

The file setup-remove-ads.exe has been seen being distributed by the following URL.

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