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|Effects: ||It adds links to advertising web pages on every keyword it finds in the web pages accessed with Internet Explorer. It opens a port in order to connect to a server.|
|First detected on:||Sept. 11, 2003|
|Detection updated on:||April 4, 2010|
|Yes, using TruPrevent Technologies
Ezula is an adware type program, which offers the application at the only cost of viewing a series of advertisements.
Ezula complements the Internet search, modifying the web pages accessed with the browser Internet Explorer, as it adds links to advertising web pages on every keyword it finds in them. The modifications are not authorized by their webmaster.
In addition, Ezula goes memory resident and opens a communications port, through which it connects to a server. However, Ezula is not proved to be using this port in order to send user information.>
Ezula is easy to recognize once it has reached the computer, as it adds links to advertising pages on every keyword it finds in the web pages accessed with Internet Explorer.