Monthly Archives: May 2013 - Page 2


Virus.CeeInject.gen!DD is a computer infection first detected in November, 2010. There is a number of malicious files that are detected as Virus.CeeInject.gen!DD, and they are usually rendered obscure in order to avoid being detected or analyzed. It means that this malware could be used as a component for a number of malicious infections, and unless you run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner, you may not even know that you are infected with Virus.CeeInject.gen!DD, or anything related to it. The problem is that the same malicious technique that hides files from detection is being used by a number of computer infections, the best way to defend yourself from Virus.CeeInject.gen!DD, it s perform regular system scans. Read more »


Trojan.Tikuffed.Q is a computer infection classified as Trojan. It has quite a few aliases, including Backdoor.32.VB, Desktop Smiley Toolbar, W32/Injector.TGK and others. The aliases of this Trojan allow one to see what one can expect from this infection. It is obvious that with Trojan.Tikuffed.Q on your computer, your system becomes vulnerable to further malicious infections, because this Trojan is related to a number of other computer threats, such as Trojan.Tikuffed.BR. In order to avoid getting infected with Trojan.Tikuffed.Q, you should scan your computer regularly with SpyHunter free scanner, and then make sure that you have a legitimate antimalware tool that helps you remove malware automatically. Read more »

Illusion Mailer

Illusion Mailer is a backdoor Trojan which should be removed from the PC once your Windows Firewall or anti-virus program informs you about unauthorized attempts to get access to the PC. The Trojan is also referred to as Illusion, and it is known to get to the machine via emails and online instant messages. When it gets to the system, it can send emails on your behalf. It is highly advisable to ignore e-mails from unknown sender, but if a friend of yours receives a message from you, he/she is likely to open the e-mail and execute the threat. If you are aware of the presence of Illusion Mailer on the computer, you should immediately remove it from the PC. Read more »


FinFisher is a malicious exploit application whose primary task is to spy on the user of the targeted system. As research shows, the clandestine infection can use quite a few different security vulnerabilities to enter the operating system and it can also attack your smart-phone. Unfortunately, once the devious program is installed onto the computer, it hides without producing any notable symptoms, which aggravates its removal. As you may know already, there are hundreds of computer infections which act surreptitiously within your personal computer, which is why it is essential to keep authentic security software running on the computer at all times. Now we recommend that you continue reading to learn how the infection acts and what measures should be taken to remove FinFisher from the PC. Read more »


NCDownloader.exe is an application developed by Solibo Ltd.  The program is presented as a tool allowing the user to manage his/her downloads. The application is multi-threaded software, which allows pausing and resuming the download sessions and setting the start of a download at a particular time. It can also organize the downloaded files. NCDownloder.exe, or NCDownloader, is promoted on various websites, including and the official website The installation folder of the program is located in a subfolder of the %Program Files% folder Read more »


The clandestine MonitoringTool:Win64/KGBKeylogger only affects those operating Windows systems which run on the 64-bit version and which are not shielded against malicious infections. How could you guard the computer against schemers and their malignant programs? Well, all you have to do is install a reliable and beneficial security tool which could delete malware automatically. If you have missed the opportunity and the malicious monitoring tool has already been infiltrated through bundled downloads, fake video codecs or other security gaps – you are in big trouble. According to the researchers at you certainly should not postpone MonitoringTool:Win64/KGBKeylogger removal for any longer. Read more »


ProvenTactics is a toolbar which could be installed onto Internet Explorer from do not recommend this because the browser plugin has been created to help out the online marketeers and not you. Also known as the Proven Internet Marketing plugin, this application is promoted as a tool which supposedly can help you find information on online marketing tactics. Despite this, the seemingly beneficial IE extension cannot provide you with reliable search results or reliable services, which is why it would be best to delete ProvenTactics from the browser and the computer. Please continue reading or scroll down for the manual removal instructions. Read more »

Save As Deal Finder

Save As Deal Finder

Save As Deal Finder is the label of the window that pops up when you are browsing the Internet. The application which generates the Save As Deal Finder advertisements is displayed by Superfish Windows Shopper, or simply Windows Shopper, which can get to the computer via bundled downloads. If you have installed some application recently, it is likely that its installer contained the program which now you want to get rid of.  Save As Deal Finder is not a virus  but you should remove it from the PC and your browsers if you do not want to get annoying pop-up offers whenever you browse some online shop. Read more »


Malware.Packer is a treacherous computer infection which seems to be installed alongside some other threats. If your anti-virus has detected Malware.Packer, some other computer infections may be present within the system, too. In order to remove the threat in questions, you should use a reliable spyware removal tool which will also protect the PC against future computer infections. Read more »

United States Courts Virus

United States Courts Virus

The malicious United States Courts Virus is a ransomware which is targeted at those Windows users who live in the U.S. and who are familiar with the practices of the Federal Judiciary. The infection is part of a clandestine Trojan running within the operating Windows system and there is no doubt that you need to delete the infection from your personal computer. How did this malicious program enter your PC? In reality, there are quite a few different security vulnerabilities (e.g. spam email attachments) which schemers could employ for illicit and secretive spyware infiltration. Please continue reading to find out more information regarding ransomware tactics and United States Courts Virus removal. Read more »