These usually consist of innocent looking emails, telling you to try out a game or advertising an update for a piece of software.When run, it will execute its payload and repeat the process to another user.However, some pieces of bloatware are actually legitimate applications, that probably won't be detected. You might find it in some PUPs or trojans such as Bonzi BUDDY. Joke programs are not too deadly to destroy a computer, but can still be an annoyance. They can also spam you with other things, or completely corrupt your computer.This type of malware is not that common, and are only usually found when bought from less popular locations. Hackers also can crack passwords in emails, games, bank accounts, and other things.The user should get an antivirus software to remove it.The user may also receive a death screen from it if it causes their computer to crash or become unstable.Examples are: Botnets, Sobig, Melissa and many more like Cryptolocker.These Hackers work for destructive or money-based purposes hoping to destroy and/or scam as many people as possible.
The user's computer can be affected by worms, regular viruses and malware, trojans, bloatware, ransomware, adware, hackers, phishing, spyware, etc.There are many types of fake software, ranging from antiviruses to disk optimizers.After downloading, they often perform a scan, find a load of fake objects and offer a price for an activation key.There are three types of hackers, White Hat, Grey Hat and Black Hat.White Hat Hackers tend to hack into a website or emails to test security. Grey Hat Hackers are a combo of White Hat Hackers and Black Hat Hackers. They can and sometimes will do both for fun and/or money. Some are responsible for viruses, worms and trojans.