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Active infections

Ukash Virus

13 July , 2012 15:37
 
ukash-virus

Ukash Virus is an aggressive group of ransomware scams that tries to swindle your money from you. It is a very convincing virus because it uses alerts presented as given by an official institution, e.g. local or country’s police. It locks your computer completely therefore the only thing you can do is to see the…

FBI Moneypak Virus

14 September , 2012 11:16
 
FBI-virus

FBI Moneypak Virus is one more dangerous ransomware that blocks targeted computer systems and tries to get money from their users. It uses the name of FBI and blames you for breaking the law by watching and distributing pornographic content files. According to the message of FBI Virus, you have to pay a fine of…

Delta-homes.com

5 July , 2013 08:07
 
delta-homes-com

  Delta-homes.com is a search hijacker that is distributed through shareware programs starting August 2013. It is part of Delta Search network – a separate domain running the same software and using the same scams for distribution. Delta Homes is used to get advertisement money by forcing you seeing (and, eventually, clicking on) advertisements. The…

Latest infections

CheapDealCoupon

22 October , 2014 08:50
 

CheapDealCoupon is yet another unwanted application listed as an adware. Once installed, it will display various advertisements right on your web browsers. That’s really disturbing and even dangerous. Therefore this application should not be kept installed on a computer. If you want to remove it, you can use a trustworthy anti-malware program, such as [rev…

Fast-PC-Fixdl.be popup

22 October , 2014 08:25
 

Have you received Fast-PC-Fixdl.be popup while browsing that Internet offering you to get an update for your Java? Stay away from it, as it has nothing to do with Java or other legitimate programs. In fact it promotes some unknown programs that are either related to various advertisers or it can even install malicious programs…

Worldwebfind.net virus

22 October , 2014 07:28
 
worldwebfind-net-virus

Worldwebfind.net virus is a suspicious program that claims to be a search site, but in fact only wants to advertise sponsored websites. It looks like most of other search engines and also offers some quick links to your favorite sites, including Gmail, Yahoo, Facebook, Youtube, Amazon, Twitter and Aol. The program usually hijacks Internet Explorer,…

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Latest news

 

How to fix locked browser issues?

16 October , 2014 06:07
 
your-browser-has-been-blocked

Computer users all around the world have been scared with fake FBI warnings which appear on hijacked browsers. This is a consequence of a new ransomware program that tries to take over your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari or even other less popular browsers, and make you pay for illegally using or distributing…

System Repair after malware removal

7 October , 2014 06:45
 

Even if you remove infection from your computer, it is still vulnerable if you don’t make needed repair after the removal. Malware infections such as ZeroAccess Rootkit can make some certain changes to your operating system that will make it vulnerable even after the removal of malware itself. Malware are known for the ability to…

Apple OS X bash patch against Shellshock is out

30 September , 2014 03:21
 
Bash update installer

As we have reported earlier, all operating systems based on Linux that are using Bash as their default command line are vulnerable to Bash bug a.k.a. Shellshock virus. While patch to the Linux bash system was announced immediately, Apple users had to wait for this opportunity until today. It is still not accessible through Software…

Worse than the Heartbleed: Bash bug a.k.a. Shellshock

25 September , 2014 07:48
 
dash bug

Not long after Heartbleed attack settled down (even though lots of systems remained vulnerable), we have a new major cyber security threat floating around. And this time it’s even bigger and more powerful. Millions of devices connected to the Internet can be affected and ruined by this bug also known as Shellshock bug. “It is…