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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

Ads by Brown Bark

23 September , 2014 05:18
 

Are you constantly receiving Ads by Brown Bark when you browse the Internet? If you do, they have probably became really annoying by now. These are regular ads that contain links to sponsored websites. If you click on them, you will be immediately redirected to one of the websites that Brown Bark creators are trying…

SwiftCoupon Ads

22 September , 2014 08:54
 
swiftcoupon-ads

SwiftCoupon is another adware that is considered to be a potentially unwanted program because of some of its features and the method it uses to infiltrate into computers. Although the program claims to improve your browsing experience and enhance your shopping online experience, the truth is it only seeks to advertise certain online retailers and…

Framed Display

22 September , 2014 05:59
 
framdeddisplay

Framed Display is one more adware designed by SuperWeb LLC, a company known for numerous other adware, including Albrechto, GrassMow, SnipSmart and many others. The program claims to enhance your browsing experience and help you with your online shopping. It promises to find you the best deals at online stores and help you to save…

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Latest news

 

Synology NAS Devices Attacked by Ransomware

5 August , 2014 08:24
 
Synology

Earlier there were some reports that several Synology Disktation devices are having a a ransomware attack. Successful attacks resulted in DSM management software overwrite and files encryptions. Furthermore, users are asked to pay ransom of 0.6 BitCoins to retrieve the files. Synology envoy said: “Synology is fully dedicated to investigating this issue and possible solutions.…

Feel Safe When Using a Public Wi-Fi

7 July , 2014 08:04
 

What could be better than a free Wi-Fi spot in your favourite restaurant or some public place in town, right? Lots of people enjoy this pleasure on a daily basis. However, you should be aware of possible threats every time you log in to some shared Wi-Fi network if you don’t want to lose your…

'Kill Switch' - No. 1 App for Your Smartphone

27 June , 2014 03:24
 
Iphone

It is not a secret that dozens of mobile phones is being stolen everyday around the world. These numbers grow every year and it is a real headache for all law enforcement representatives. It seems like the right answer to this tricky question has been found – it’s called ‘kill switch’. In case you haven’t…