Low risk threats pose a very low risk or no immediate danger to your computer or your privacy, however these types of applications may profile user online habits, but only according to specific privacy policies stated in the applications End-User License. These types of threats generally borderline on being a threat to being a standard application that has a complex license agreement that you knowingly installed.
||FlashTrack is a browser helper object that monitors web pages viewed and terms entered into forms on search engines.
FlashTrack monitors the text written in forms and the web pages viewed in Internet Explorer. FlashTrack will open pop-ups if the form text or web pages that match the advertiser's critera.
FlashTrack is bundled with file sharing programs such as iMesh.
Installing iMesh on your Windows XP-based computer may generate an error message that is similar to:
"Explorer.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."
||Cookie - Cookies are small files that are created by your web browser when you visit sites on the Internet. They can be used to track your visits to certain web sites and can provide companies with information about frequency of visits and other profile information. The user is usually not aware that their surfing habits are being tracked.