Monthly Archives: June 2013 - Page 2 is a platform that virtual advertisers could use to promote their own products. According to researchers, cyber criminals often pay money to authentic advertisers in order to have their deceiving and dangerous online offers presented to you. Therefore, it is strongly advised that you act cautiously with the online offers, coupons, surveys and advertisements presented to you by this particular platform. Since the main purpose behind such systems is to generate profit, you can never be too sure of what the real intensions behind the displayed adware could be, particularly because once you click on the misleading ad, AdNetwork takes no responsibility of what may happen. Please continue reading to learn how to remove ads from your internet browsers. Read more »


It may seem that Macromedia.exe is an executable file related to Macromedia flash application. However, the truth is that this file is a CPU miner that generates Bitcoins. Therefore, the file is classified as potentially dangerous application, and it is in your best interest to remove Macromedia.exe from your computer as soon as possible. Although the Bitcoin miner itself does not pose great threat to your system, it can connect to the internet behind your back and download more malware onto your computer. It is possible for Macromedia.exe to download spyware and Trojan infections onto your system, which only adds up to a list of reasons why you should terminate the file. Read more »

Vanilla Reload Virus

Vanilla Reload Virus

A malicious ransomware by the name Vanilla Reload Virus has been discovered in a number of operating Windows systems. Spyware researchers at warn that the malicious threat may have a number of different versions with the most recent of them being Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted Virus. The easiest way to discover which malicious program has taken over your personal system is by checking the money transfer system which is attached. Note that you may also face Ukash Virus, Paysafecard Virus and Moneypak Virus. Whichever malicious application has been infiltrated onto your personal computer through bundled downloads, spam email attachments or any other security backdoors, you have to delete them without further delay. Do you know how to remove Vanilla Reload Virus from the PC? Read more »

Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted Virus

Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted Virus

If you believe that the screen-locking notification presented to you by the malicious Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted Virus is actually a legitimate warning forwarded to you by the Department of Justice – schemers have fooled you. Even though the information presented through the bogus alert appears authentic, in reality you should pay no attention to it. If you do, it is likely that you will eventually pay the demanded payment of $100, and this fine is completely fictional. Cyber criminals have utilized the credentials of the respectable law enforcers and have attached a professionally written text to trick you into giving up your money. Do you want to become a victim of this mischievous scam? Then you need to remove Everything on your computer has been fully encrypted Virus without any delay. Continue reading to learn more about the removal. Read more »

Law of loyalty to the people

Law of loyalty to the people

Have you noticed a suspicious screen-locking notification with the ‘Law of loyalty to the people’ warning? Then a malicious ransomware must have corrupted the operating Windows system. There are tens of clandestine Trojans which could have enabled the devious ransomware onto your personal computer, and the most notable of them include the Flimrans Trojan, Reveton, Urausy, Gimemo and LockScreen. These Trojans do not have an interface and, according to malware experts, they could have invaded your vulnerable PC weeks before the illegal computer lock-down. Read more »

Linkury Smart Bar

The suspicious Linkury Smart Bar is a browser extension which will enable a number of suspicious programs onto your personal computer, most notably the questionable DefaultTab extension. Even though the application is promoted through a number of different sources, including,, or, you can install it only through third-party software distributors. Our developers have analyzed the program acquired though Cnet’s downloader. It is quite suspicious that the smartbar itself is not downloaded onto the web browsers, and you are forced to download MyPC Backup and DefaultTab. Read more »


Trojan.Dusok.A is a dangerous computer infection which can get to the computer through phishing websites, spam emails, drive-by downloads, and other ways of social engineering. As the threat can be installed disguised as a driver or some other important system component, it is categorized as a Trojan horse. The term Trojan.Dusok.A can stand for an unlimited number of computer infections which can be called generic detections. If you have been informed by your anti-virus program that this threat is on your PC, do not wait and remove it. Read more »


PUM.Hijack.HomepageControl is an umbrella name for all of the malicious browser hijackers which may change your home page and modify proxy settings without any of your authorization. Without a doubt, the clandestine application is malicious and you should do whatever it takes to keep it away from the operating Windows system and Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or any other browsers. Note that cyber criminals may distribute the threat through spam email attachments, freeware, corrupted sites and other security vulnerabilities. Read more »

Yahoo Redirect Virus

Yahoo Redirect Virus is a dangerous computer infection which gets to the computer through various phishing websites, drive-by downloads, spam emails, and other ways of social engineering. Once it gets to the PC, it alters Proxy settings and Windows Hosts files so that you cannot browser the Internet as usual. Moreover, it may be difficult to remove Yahoo Redirect Virus manually as the threat in question is also known as a rootkit infection, which is why it is advisable to use a highly professional and reputable spyware removal tool. Rootkit infections are difficult to find as they may alter the settings of the existing security applications; moreover, they hide their processes and enables remote access to the system. Read more »

Bing Redirect Virus

Bing Redirect Virus is a malicious computer infection which may slither onto your operating Windows system without any of your knowledge. Cyber criminals behind the threat may utilize spam email attachments, bundled downloads, fake video codecs, deceitful advertising, active Trojans and other security cracks to drop the malignant program onto the PC without alarming you. According to researchers, this is highly dangerous. Schemers could hide the infection within your personal computer for days or even weeks before an attack is initiated. Unfortunately, during this time it is likely that your operating system would get even more infected. Is this what you want? Of course, it is not, which is why it is absolutely necessary that you remove Bing Redirect Virus as soon as you detect it running on the system. Do you know how to delete it from the PC? Continue reading to find out. Read more »