Monthly Archives: January 2013 - Page 6


If you do not want your operating Windows system infected with a countless number of malicious files and programs, you should delete Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp]. Is it possible for the application to enter your computer without your authorization and knowledge? Unfortunately it is, especially if you have not taken any measures to guard your PC. As a matter of fact, if you want your 32-bit Windows system running safely and smoothly, you need to install reliable security tools to help you out. If you want to learn how to remove Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp], Read more »


Trojan:WinNT/Sirefef.J is the last program you want running on your computer. This rootkit Trojan works just like Trojan:WinNT/Sirefef.A, a variant from the same Sirefef Virus family which we have reported in previous reports. The malicious program is a threat to all Windows NT users, who have not protected their operating systems with such legitimate security software as SpyHunter. What is worse, you may be oblivious to the existence of the infection because it does not produce visible symptoms. Read more »

Google Redirect Virus

Is your computer corrupted by the infamous Google Redirect Virus? If “yes” – you have no time to waste as the malicious infection needs to be removed as soon as possible. Despite the urgency of the task, there are a few important things you should know. First of all, we should define the infection that is corrupting your PC. Contrary to the popular belief, the “Virus” actually deserves a category of a rootkit or a Trojan. Read more »

Win 7 Internet Security 2013

Win 7 Internet Security 2013

Win 7 Internet Security 2013 is a pretend malware detection and removal application, which must be deleted from infected Windows, in order to avoid dangerous cyber criminal activity. This rogue antispyware is capable of reporting non-existent infections’ infiltration and can flood your system’s screen with bogus pop-up notifications. These two implementations are meant to strengthen the illusion that your PC is infected with malware, which needs to be deleted. Read more »

Vista Home Security 2013

Vista Home Security 2013

Vista Home Security 2013 is a malicious computer application that is used to deceive computer users into thinking that they are infected. This cunning application presents bogus infections, scans and pop-up messages saying that a threat has been detected and that it is advisable to buy a full version of Vista Home Security 2013 so that all infections detected are removed.  At this point, you should ignore the rogue and delete it as soon as you can. Read more »

Skype Scam

Have you heard of a computer infection called Skype Scam? In reality, this name hides two different infections – the Fake Virus Call which leads to rogue AV infiltration and the malicious MoneyPak ransomware. researchers have detected the infection as a threat to those Skype users who live in the U.S.; Read more »


It may come as a shock, however SaveByClick may be categorized as a malicious adware program which can be linked to cyber criminals and their deceitful scams. Yes, this browser extension looks completely legitimate, reliable and beneficial, even when it is not. Do you think that the add-on can offer you coupons useful for online shopping discounts? Computer users report that the application is useless and nearly impossible to remove. There are plenty more reasons why you should delete SaveByClick, and if you continue reading you will find out all you need to know about the removal. Read more »

Complete a Quick Survey to Continue Virus

There is no doubt that you need to remove Complete a Quick Survey to Continue Virus once it starts corrupting your computer. The malicious infection follows similar patterns of Complete an Offer to Continue Virus – a comparable infection which uses the same scare tactics. Schemers depend on the amount of surveys you submit to generate profit and make your operating Windows system more vulnerable. You should delete Complete a Quick Survey to Continue Virus from your PC as soon as possible, and you will find out how to remove the infection if you continue reading. Read more »


It has been discovered that some computer users struggle with the removal of PornHub tracking cookie. This is a sign of potentially dangerous activity managed by schemers, which is why researchers recommend you read the following information and take appropriate measures to delete PornHub related infections. Note that malicious cookies are unrecorded by many popular security tools, meaning they may exist within your operating system even if it is protected by anti-spyware software. Read more »


Adware:Win32/FastSaveApp is categorized as an adware application because of its complexity and characteristics which encourage users to act so that the unwanted application is removed. Adware:Win32/FastSaveApp is installed onto your Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer as a browser extension or plug-in but it operates like a violent adware program.  Wondering how it got to the system? Usually the applications of this type are installed simultaneously with third-party programs, which means that  you should not install freeware or share blindly because every installation wizard may contain some details which should be taken into consideration before you agree to have the program installed. Read more »