Monthly Archives: January 2013 - Page 5


If you have noticed wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe running on your operating Windows system, you have to delete it and scan your PC to find what other malicious components require removal. The exceptionally dangerous file is closely linked to recently reported ransomware viruses, all of which should be deleted as well. The dangerous executable file does not have a digital signature which is one of the few signals warning you about unavoidable wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe removal. Read more »

Top 2012-2013 Computer Viruses Review

2012 was a busy year for computer malware creators and security experts alike. A great number of computer infections were released last year, but there were three groups of computer threats that stood out the most. These were System Progressive Protection, a multi-name fake antivirus from Braviax family and Ukash virus ransomware infection with its most prominent version called FBI Moneypak virus. None of these infections is absolutely new. They all come from certain groups of computer threats that are periodically re-released, and thus we can presuppose that we will once again see new variations of these infections in 2013 as well. Read more »

Optimizer Pro Speed Guard

Even though more and more measures are being taken to protect Windows systems, cyber criminals, who have created System Progressive Protection, and the newest clone Optimizer Pro Speed Guard, work hard to make room for fake antispyware applications. Such malicious software have fooled a countless number of Windows users, and if your system is not protected by legal security software, the vicious virus could attack your system next. Read more »

XP Anti-virus 2013

If you have a PC, you must have a computer security program, as well, because an unprotected system may get easily infected with malware such as XP Anti-virus 2013. It introduces some malfunctions and creates an illusion that the system has stopped running properly because of the present of viruses and other infections, which do not actually exist in the system. Ignore the infections presented and remove XP Anti-virus 2013 as soon as you can. Read more »

XP Anti-virus 2013

XP Anti-virus 2013 is a piece of malware created to lure you into buying a non-functional program which supposedly removes viruses. This bogus application mimics operations of legitimate antivirus programs and expects that you will start thinking that you are infected. XP Anti-virus 2013 gets into the system through a Trojan that you may download bundled with other applications such as video codecs, video or music players, email attachments, etc. Once installed, the rogue presents misleading information, and you should remove it as soon as you can. Read more »

Win7 Home Security 2013

We have no doubts you wish to have your operating Windows system protected at all times, and if you are on a quest of acquiring legal security software, Win7 Home Security 2013 is not what you should be looking for. From the first sight, this application might look as your best option, as it will claim to offer you best malware detection and removal services, and its price might be extremely engaging. Read more »

XP Anti-Spyware 2013

Activated Windows security is highly important, because it can protect your personal privacy and ensure that malignant applications like XP Anti-Spyware 2013 do not enter your PC with the first sprung opportunity. If such implementations do not exist in your computer – beware of this infection, because it has already tricked many into giving up their hardly-earned money. You should remove XP Anti-Spyware 2013 if you notice its inimical computer scanner running on your screen, and a paralyzing bogus notifications’ attack is already terrorizing you relentlessly. Read more »

XP Home Security 2013

You should delete XP Home Security 2013 from your Windows system, without even pondering about this application’s legitimacy, because it is a highly dangerous fake antispyware, which cyber criminals will use to deceive you into giving away your money. Schemers will use the mimicked infection to falsely convince you that your personal computer is being affected by highly dangerous malware; however, it definitely do not exist in your PC, and you should stay away from purchasing XP Home Security 2013’s licensed version malware removal tool. Read more »

Win 7 Anti-Spyware 2013

Are you sure that your data will be protected if you use Win 7 Anti-Spyware 2013? This application is not antivirus software but an insidious computer infection that gets into the system unnoticed and without the user’s consent. Because of appealing and familiar characteristics typical to Windows applications, Win 7 Anti-Spyware 2013 is easily mistaken for legitimate Windows software. It operates like one and presents convincing information, which should be ignored. Read more »

Vista Anti-Virus 2013

Vista Anti-Virus 2013

Vista Anti-Virus 2013 is a rogue anti-spyware programs from the Rogue.FakeRean-Braviax family. However many malignant applications invade operating Windows systems, it seems that cyber criminals are never content, which is why new infections like Vista Anti-Virus 2013 emerge every single day. This particular program is a fake antispyware, and even though it seems to look as act in the same principles as legitimate security software, Read more »