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Jan 22, 2014

Risk Level 1: Very Low

Suspicious.B.UMH.PUA is a generic detection for many individual, but varied Security Risks for which specific definitions have not been created. A generic detection is used because it protects against many Security Risks that share similar characteristics. Suspicious.B.UMH.PUA will often include detections for software that installs adware and other potentially unwanted applications bundled with other software.

Initial Daily Certified version of virus definitions for Norton security products was released on January 21, 2014 revision 005. It should be noted that users with the older versions of Norton Internet Security are limited to Daily LiveUpdate definitions. For more information, go to the page where the are described virus definitions available for Norton products.

Suspicious.B.UMH.PUA Threat Assessment
Wild LevelLow
Number of Infections0 - 49
Number of Sites0 - 2
Geographical DistributionLow
Threat ContainmentEasy
Damage LevelLow
Distribution LevelLow

According to the Symantec Threat Severity Assessment, overall risk of Suspicious.B.UMH.PUA is now categorized as «Very Low» — poses little threat to users; rarely even makes headlines; no reports in the wild. Read more about Threat Severity Assessment.

More information about Suspicious.B.UMH.PUA, you can find on the official site of Symantec Corporation, where in addition to useful information you can find technical details and removal instructions:

It is also recommended to read the article Network security threats, where you can find a brief description and explanation of the most dangerous security threats plus a few simple tips on how to protect your personal computer from them.

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