The application uninstaller.exe has been detected as a potentially unwanted program by 1 anti-malware scanner with very strong indications that the file is a potential threat. The program is a setup application that uses the NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) installer, however the file is not signed with an authenticode signature from a trusted source. This is the uninstaller utility registered in the Windows Control Panel for the program PC Data App. This file is typically installed with the program PC Data App by Adware.BitCoinMiner which is a potentially unwanted software program.
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6/29/2016 3:16:16 PM UTC (today)
85.8 KB (87,910 bytes)
Executable application (Win32 EXE)
NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System)
12/6/2009 12:50:52 AM
Packer / compiler:
Nullsoft install system v2.x
23.5 KB (24,064 bytes)
The file uninstaller.exe has been discovered within the following program.
The software is a Trojan Bitcoin miner that utilizes the open source CGMiner utility. The Trojan Bitcoin miner is an invasive multiple component malware infection. This is a potentially unwanted program that installs malware on the user's PC using the file start.
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