Monthly Archives: May 2013 - Page 13 is a fraudulent web page to which you will be redirected if your computer gets infected with a redirect virus. You will arrive at this website while browsing the Internet or, more precisely, when you click the link provided in the search results. The hijacker may affect such browsers as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox after having installed some insecure freeware. Nevertheless, once you notice that instead of a preferred website you are faced with, do not wait and take immediate actions to remove it from the PC. Read more »

Rerouting to may be extremely dangerous to the security of your virtual identity. If you do not remove the suspicious redirect virus from the system right away, it could initiate illegal and unauthorized rerouting to a number of different sites. Needless to say, this activity is tremendously dangerous because some of the sites could hide spyware installation setups or promote fictitious products and services. The suspicious application is often categorized as a web tracker because it uses tracking cookies to discover your online habits and preferences. This is illegal and you need to remove before private data leaking causes any troubles. Read more »

If your browsing sessions are suspended as you get redirected to, there is a great chance that your personal system is infected by a malicious browser hijacker also known by the name Clickorati Virus. The suspicious threat is utilized by schemers who could use the redirect virus for a number of different detrimental actions. Needless to say, you need to be most cautious about the unauthorized rerouting because certain websites could lead you to spyware installation or financial schemes. Luckily, there is a way to delete hijacker from the operating Windows system, and if you keep reading, you will discover how to remove it even if you have no previous experience. Read more »

When was the last time you saw this photo? - Skype Virus

When was the last time you saw this photo? - Skype Virus

Almost all Skype users know that this instant messaging platform has been targeted several times by cyber criminals.  It has been detected recently that there is a new campaign seeking to infect computer via Skype messages. In addition to the text of the message, the reader finds a link. If the link is clicked, a computer infection is executed and all the Skype contacts receive the same message. Read more »


Mal/Badsrc-C is an infection else detected as Trojan:JS/Aseljo.A or Trojan.Asprox.D. This malware is found within a specific Javascript that is contained in web pages. There are quite a few ways for this Javascript Trojan to get into the target webpages. Quite often it gets injected into an HTML page through an SQL injection attack, it means that whoever attacks the website, attempts to exploit the security vulnerabilities found in the website's setup. What is more, Mal/Badsrc-C may be simply waiting on a corrupted website for its victims. Once you land on a particular infected website you are redirected to other corrupted web pages and eventually this way you get exposed to further malicious infections. Read more »

BrowserSeek virus

BrowserSeek virus refers to the search engines and If you find that your search queries are redirected to these two or other suspicious web pages or search engines, do not hesitate to launch an in-depth system scan of some highly reliable spyware removal in order to have the so-called browser hijacker removed from the PC. If you are trying to figure out how your browsers, for example, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox have been hijacked, rethink your latest actions online and downloads as this unwanted threat can get to the PC as a drive-by or bundled download. In the case of the latter, it is important to pay attention to the information given in the installation wizard as in this way you can avoid the installation of an unwanted program. Read more »


Mirar is also known as Adware:Win32/Mirar and, as the name suggests, it acts as an adware program which may attack your personal computer with an avalanche of different online advertisements. As research shows, the application affects Windows systems and may run on the Startup, so that as soon as you turn on the computer it could initiate various processes. The suspicious application is categorized as a browser helper object (BHO) which affects the Internet Explorer browser, and you may face it in a form of the Mirar Toolbar. researchers rush you to remove Mirar from the computer as soon as possible. To discover what removal strategies you should employ – continue reading. Read more »


Have you discovered lollipop.exe running on your Task Manager? Then do not mistake it for a legitimate Windows component. This malicious file is a product of cyber criminals, and it has been dropped onto the system to perform various malignant processes. As research shows, the clandestine executable could be used by Trojans, adware, rogue security software, exploits and other dangerous applications. Needless to say, you should remove lollipop.exe from your computer; however, it is a must to understand that this file is only a fraction of the real problem which lies within the operating Windows system. Please continue reading to discover how to find/delete the executable and get rid of all system threats. Read more »


Even though the malicious Adware:MSIL/SanctionedMedia may be dropped onto your computer without any of your knowledge after you install bundled downloads, open spam email attachments or perform other virtualy dangerous actions, you will discover its presence soon enough. The main symptom you need to look out for is the onslaught of various pop-up advertisements, offers and deals. No matter how attractive they look you should not click on them at any point. If you do not follow this advice, it is possible that you will waste your money on bogus services or download malware camouflaged as beneficial computer products. If you do not want to become a victim of cyber criminals – delete Adware:MSIL/SanctionedMedia without further delay. Read more »


JS/Medfos.B is known as a JavaScript file that redirects the users while using such search engines as Google, Yahoo, Bing and others. The threat is attributed to Trojan:Win/Medfos.B which is believed to install the threat in question. The unwanted file will appear on the Extensions list on Google Chrome. If you are experiencing redirection, you should immediately remove JS/Medfos.B from the PC and the browser in order to prevent the damage that might be caused when browsing the suspicious websites to which you are redirected. Read more »