RiskWare.DllInjector is Malwarebytes’ generic detection name for tools that provide a mechanism to inject code into a Windows DLL.
Riskware, in general, is a detection for items that are not strictly malicious, but pose some sort of risk for the user in another way.
Programs might be termed as “riskware” because they:
Violate the terms of service (ToS) of other software or a user platform.
Block another application or software from being updated and patched.
Might be illegal to use in the users’ country.
Could be used as a backdoor for other malware.
Are indicative of the presence of other malware.
Under the generic RiskWare.DllInjector detection all of the above reasons can apply. But if the user of the affected system does not know where the detected file came from, it is a reason for concern because an attacker may have tampered with existing files on the system.
A Windows DLL often contains many functions and injecting malicious code into one of them can have many implications.
Malwarebytes protects users from RiskWare.DllInjector by using real-time protection.
Malwarebytes can detect and remove RiskWare.DllInjector without further user interaction.
You can use the Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Nebula console to scan endpoints.
Choose the Scan + Quarantine option. Afterwards you can check the Detections page to see which threats were found.
On the Quarantine page you can see which threats were quarantined and restore them if necessary.
Should users wish to keep this program and exclude it from being detected in future scans, they can add the program to the exclusions list. Here’s how to do it.
If you want to allow the program to connect to the Internet, for example to fetch updates, also add an exclusion of the type Allow an application to connect to the internet and use the Browse button to select the file you wish to grant access.
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