Adware or other malicious applications use an advertising platform called Bizcoaching for the display of pop-up advertisements associated with bizcoaching.info. These advertisements may indicate that your device is infected with Tracur, Pihar, ZeroAccess/Sirefef rootkit, although unwanted programs or adware might also cause the same effect. If your computer is infected, the pop-ups will appear no matter what internet browser or search engine you are using. The advertisements will be displayed when you’re using Google search or just browsing the internet.
By displaying pop-up ads or sponsored links this infection increases web traffic and gathers sales leads for certain websites. These activities result in increased profits for the people behind the Bizcoaching platform.
The Bizcoaching developers spread the virus using many different methods. First of all, the trojan might reach the computer via email. The letters might have links to corrupted websites or have the virus attached directly to them. Furthermore, malicious websites may distribute the virus using the drive-by-download method. Sometimes the user might be fooled that he is installing useful and trustworthy software when in fact it is bundled with malware. Finally, this virus might be associated with peer-to-peer file sharing webpages as the software provided by those websites might be containing malware, in addition to the desired programs.