The Hacktool:Win32/Keygen allows users to crack various software with the generated passwords. A Microsoft report shows that over half of the computers who used the hack tool were infected. The kind of infection may vary from machine to machine, same with the behavior of the tools. Some may encrypt data and act as ransomware, others may quietly mine for cryptocurrencies, while others may record personal information and more. In the end, all of these threats can lead to some serious issues, such asdata loss, hacked personal accounts, identity theft, stolen savings and worse.
The appearance of Hacktool:Win32/Keygen may be different for every user, since there are various cracks that use the source code of the hack tool. If you have recently used any illegal software to activate programs, you should check your system for infections at any cost and eliminate anything that may be a problem. According to the Microsoft Malware Protection Center, it was first spotted in action on July 16, 2009.
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