Monthly Archives: July 2013 - Page 3

Polizja Biuro Służby Kryminalnej Virus

Polizja Biuro Służby Kryminalnej Virus is a ransomware threat which is aimed at deceiving computer users in Poland. The creators of the ransomware decided to add the logo of the Polish police to make the user of the infected computer think that the full-warning that is displayed is real. The truth is that Polizja Biuro Służby Kryminalnej Virus does not have anything in common with the police or the department fighting against cyber crime. The threat in question belongs to the same malware family as Australian Communications and Media Authority virus, AFP Crime Commission virus, and many others. All these threats present misleading statements, which is done to scare computer users into paying a particular sum of money, which is presented as a fine or release fee. Remove Polizja Biuro Służby Kryminalnej Virus from the PC once you find that the system is no longer operable if you want to use the machine safely. Read more »

Internet Helper Toolbar

Internet Helper Toolbar is a browser add-on developed by Conduit. The application is available at,, and other websites. Needless to say, Internet Helper Toolbar can be bundled with three applications. If the toolbar is installed onto your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox, do not think that the browsers are hijacked. It is likely that you have agreed to have the settings changed, but do not worry; soon you will find out how to remove the unwanted browser add-on with ease. Read more »


findwebnow is a name of a website you get redirected to when you are infected with findwebnow adware. According to the website, is a tracking domain for advertising network technology. It means that various websites could make use of findwebnow in order to track their traffic and check which ads are being clicked the most. Technically, findwebnow is not an extremely dangerous computer infection. It is definitely not a virus. However, due to its intrusive nature this adware may cause a series of security risks that each user should avoid. You are strongly recommended to remove findwebnow from your computer and restore your browser settings to default. Read more »


Trojan.JS.Redirector.xa is a JavaScript Trojan infection which will access the PC surreptitiously and attempt to redirect the user to a particular website. The threat is likely to be located in the Temporary Internet Files folder. It is advisable to remove the contents of the folder in order to ease up the detection and removal of the threat. Read more »


Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA is a dangerous computer infection which can get to your PC through social networking websites and Skype. If you receive a suspicious link from a contact, first make sure that the link has not been sent automatically from your friend’s computer. On clicking the malicious link, you may execute Win32:BitCoinMiner-CA or some other computer infection. It is also believed that the BitCoin malware can be executed by a threat that is disguised as a Trend Micro component. Read more »


Autorun.inf is a file that is utilized by AutoRun and AutoPlay within the Windows operating system. Consequently this file is an official operating system component that you should not be worried of. However, sometimes computer infections make use of legitimate file names to infiltrate into the target system and cause chaos in your system or steal your confidential data. If you suspect that the Autorun.inf in your system is related to malware, scan your PC with SpyHunter free scanner and then remove Autorun.inf from your computer as soon as possible, making sure that you secure your system against other potential threats. Read more »

Entrusted Toolbar

Entrusted Toolbar

Entrusted Toolbar is a browser add-on that may look useful at first, but security experts seriously recommend removing it from your PC. It is not a computer virus, and yet it could be directly and indirectly related to a number of computer security risks, that an average computer user should not experience. If you have this add-on installed on your browser, you should scroll down the instructions under this article and remove Entrusted Toolbar from your system immediately. Do take your system security seriously and recognize potentially dangerous applications immediately when you encounter them on the Internet. Read more »


Trojan.Bamital is a dangerous computer infection, also known as Troj/Agent-OCF, that affects your browsing sessions by altering the search results. It can get to the PC in different ways, including drive-by installation, spam emails, and so on. The threat must be removed from the victimized computer in order to avoid unexpected results, such as poor performance of the computer and various errors. Read more »


PUP.FaceThemes is a program for Facebook developed by Objectify Media, Inc. It can be downloaded from,, and some other websites or it can be installed alongside some free applications available on the websites promoting free applications. PUP.FaceThemes, or Face Themes, has already caused some problems to computer users, and it is likely that the application is commonly acquired via drive-by or bundled downloaded. If your security tool has detected this unwanted application installed on your PC but cannot remove it, implement our recommended spyware removal tool SpyHunter and remove Face Themes in no time. Read more »


WebCakeDesktop.Updater.exe is a process file that belongs to an adware program. If you have this file running in your Task Manager, it is very likely that you experience constant pop-up advertisement spams whenever you open search engines or popular social networking websites. Computer adware applications cannot be considered computer viruses, but they also present particular security risks that should be dealt with immediately. Although at first the pop-up ads may look like an annoying nuisance, sooner or later they could become instrumental in malware attack, so you need to remove WebCakeDesktop.Updater.exe from your computer without further ado, and make sure that there are no other potentially dangerous programs present. Read more »