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fadefade.exe is an executable file, a keylogger in nature, that is designed to start a parasite on an infected computer. Once executed, fade.exe will run a process and activate a payload. It is important to note that fade.exe may be a part of another malicious threat or can be executed on its own. If users notice the file in their systems, they are strongly advised not to execute it. Doing so will seriously compromise their PCs.

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What to Do If fade.exe Is Detected on a System?

Affected users should immediately proceed towards scanning the system and eliminating all processes started by fade.exe.

In that relation, a complete examination of the file is necessary, since it may have affected the system in various ways. The full system scan made by a powerful anti-malware tool will help the user decide how to proceed with fade.exe.

Who Is fade.exe Currently Targeting?

Some users have shared their suspicions that fade.exe may be a part of a malware endangering gamers’ communities. Gamers have reported that the .exe file may have hijacked an official file system, and at the same time accessed the Internet and kept logs of their systems in a hidden temp directory.

To confirm the suspicions, researchers have reported that the Grand Theft Auto mods Angry Planes, and No Clip contain fade.exe. They have categorized the executable file as a keylogger. It is now clear that The Angry Planes mod has been downloaded and run by thousands of gamers on GTA5-Mods.com and similar communities. Furthermore, the keylogger was featured in Kotaku and PC Gamer. Even though the mod did what it advertised, it also nested a thread that silently installed malware.

All users that have installed the scripts are advised to eliminate them as soon as possible.
Since the Windows registry may be endangered by fade.exe, scanning the system with a strong AV solution is highly recommended.

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Milena Dimitrova

An inspired writer and content manager who has been with SensorsTechForum for 4 years. Enjoys ‘Mr. Robot’ and fears ‘1984’. Focused on user privacy and malware development, she strongly believes in a world where cybersecurity plays a central role. If common sense makes no sense, she will be there to take notes. Those notes may later turn into articles!

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