Monthly Archives: October 2018 - Page 6

Rapid RaaS

Windows users need to reinforce the protection of their operating systems because Rapid RaaS threats might start popping up from left and right. At the moment, this ransomware-as-a-service is still being developed, but it might be a matter of time before third parties purchase the code and start developing their unique versions of the Rapid Ransomware. This threat – as well as the newer variant, Rapid 2.0 Ransomware – has been analyzed by our research team. Based on the previous research of these threats, analysts have an idea of how new versions could behave. If you are interested in learning more about this, please continue reading. Our research team also offers a guide that shows the basic steps that you might have to take to delete Rapid RaaS. We also discuss ways to protect systems and files against this and other file-encryptors. Please continue reading, and then use the comments section to post comments and start discussions if you want that. Read more »

Porn clickjat Trojan

Porn clickjat Trojan is a harmful Trojan infection with adware capabilities. It can be downloaded from its official website, and, judging from the language it uses, it targets users living in China primarily. Of course, it does not mean that all other computer users are safe – they can still encounter this infection, especially if they keep their computers unprotected. Even though Porn clickjat Trojan has an official website it can be downloaded from directly, users do not need to download it consciously to find it installed on their computers because it can also be installed on computers without the users’ knowledge. Trojan infections are considered serious malware, but, luckily, not all of them are hard to remove. Porn clickjat Trojan is a perfect example illustrating this statement – it can be deleted using Control Panel. If you have ever erased undesirable software from your PC, it would not be a problem to get rid of it too. Just make sure you do not leave it active on your system because serious privacy and security-related problems might arise sooner or later. Read more »