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Delta Search Redirect to

Delta Search Redirect to

Delta Search  is a browser hijacker that redirects user to Delta Search affiliated websites without user's permission. It is closely related to and fake search engines. It might seem that Delta Search Redirect provides decent search function, but the truth is that it only uses a customized version of a well-known search engine. What is more, Delta Search Redirect displays advertisements on its main page, Read more »

Ask Toolbar

Ask Toolbar is a browser add-on created by the developers of Ask search engine. The toolbar is usually acquired accidentally as very often it comes bundled with free programs available at insecure websites. Some computer users think that they have not installed Ask Toolbar even though they have downloaded and installed a program to whose installer the toolbar was attached. If you do not pay attention to the software installation dialog windows, you can miss check box allowing you to choose not to install a toolbar. Read more » Redirect

Browsing the web is one of the most basic tasks we perform every single day; however, infections like Redirect can make this nearly impossible. researchers have discovered that once your browsing sessions start being redirected to or Read more » Virus

In case you notice web page rerouting to, you may need to remove Redirect infection from your computer. Abrupt and unauthorized redirecting should be considered as malicious and dangerous at all times, regardless of the site you end up in. Additionally to this symptom, you may notice that your home page has been changed, browser settings have been reconfigured and operating speeds have decreased. Read more »

Boxore Adware

If you value your online privacy, you do not want to have Boxore adware running on your operating Windows system. The devious application is propagated via online movie streaming sites, which require you to install video codecs and secondary programs to watch chosen films. Of course, watching films for free in most cases is illegal and, therefore, may lead you to dangerous situations. It has also been discovered that the program travels with such suspicious tools as the Babylon Toolbar and PlayerPlus. Read more »


Trojan:Win64/Sirefef.AE is a devious computer infection which was first detected in August of 2012. Only half a year has passed since then and the infection has already brought success to cyber criminals. Schemers invented and distributed the malicious threat to hijack system processes and enable connections to remote servers. Read more »

Shylock malware spreads through Skype

Shylock Trojan is a dangerous cyber infection that steals financial information and gains illegal access to bank accounts. The overall setup of Shylock has received an improvement now that it can spread via Skype and consequently it allows the Trojan to attack and infect devices that have the Voice-over-IP instant messaging client installed. The new function to spread through Skype has been added with a plug-in named “msg.gsm”. Read more »


If your operating Windows system is infected with Trojan.Ransom.Gen, you should be extremely cautious about how you operate the computer and what dysfunctions are present. As a matter of fact, it is unlikely you will be able to operate your PC normally with this infection running, because its can lock your operating system and display a fictitious cyber security warning. Read more »


There is no doubt you should not allow Worm.Win32.Vobfus run on your operating Windows system. This devious program has been developed to slither onto the computer unnoticed and expose security backdoors for other malicious applications. Needless to say, if your computer is safeguarded by strong, up-to-date security tools, you do not need to worry about this infection entering your PC. Read more »

Red October - the newest cyberspy

New Cybervirus

Last Monday Kaspersky Labs posted a security report on its website, saying that a new cyberspy campaign has been uncovered, and its scope is something we haven’t quite seen before. The new cyberspy virus has been called “Red October” after Tom Clancy’s novel, and the new cyber threat is no less dangerous than the fictitious Typhoon class submarine. According to Kaspersky, Read more »