Monthly Archives: November 2012 - Page 3

Text Enhance

Text Enhance is an adware program that offers in-built advertising for publishers and advertisers. The program appears to be legal and it complies with international Internet security laws. The users who sign up for the service can use in-built links in their texts on blogs. For example, a link will be embedded in a general word (e.g. race), and if the user hovers his mouse above the word, an advertisement related to the word will pop up. Text Enhance also offers an opt-out service for those users, who do not wish to see the advertisements. Read more »

ANTIGEN Trojan Virus

ANTIGEN is a Trojan horse, which is identified by other anti-virus tools as, for example, PWSteal.Antigen and Trojan.PSW.Antigen.c. The Trojan must be removed from the system, because it can collect your passwords so that cyber schemers can access the system afterwards in order to perform illegal actions. As this is a clear violation of your privacy, you should immediately remove ANTIGEN Trojan Virus to prevent the invasion of remote attackers to the system. To do so, install SpyHunter, which will remove the virus easily. Read more »


Trojan.Healsock, also known as Trojan:Win32/Healsock, is an infection that can corrupt your Windows system without your knowledge. Schemers have been noticed to propagate the clandestine program via spam email attachments, infected links, misleading online ads and other virtuasl scams. Once the Trojan enters your computer, it is possible that cyber crooks will use your personal accounts to spread malignant components across the web. Read more »


Most Windows users discover Trojan.Agent.kro running on their computer when it is too late and their computers are either corrupted with secondary infections or their virtual privacy is breached. Schemers do not need authorization to slither in the Trojan into your PC. However, you can prevent this if you install security tools that would delete Trojan.Agent.kro or make it impossible for virtual crooks to utilize various security gaps that can be used to propagate malicious programs. Read more »


FunWebProducts is a website that can provide you with various free programs that can change your mouse cursor, add emoticons to your chat window or social networking accounts, provide you with a great variety of screensavers featuring various images, animations, etc. The programs downloaded from the website are said to be updated regularly, which is why you are expected to like them; however, Read more »


Trojan.Reveton.F is a Trojan which is notorious for the spread of ransomware infections. The Trojans can get in the system via drive-by downloads, when visiting compromised websites, etc. Once the infection modifies the Registry, corrupts processes, changes security settings and disables the access to the system, it displays a bogus announcement message stating that the computer has been locked by some law enforcement agency which has inspected your PC. Read more »

Etype Search

Etype Search Redirect is a browser hijacker linked to the authentic eType browser extensions, which offer online dictionary and translation services for Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 users. research team points out that the browser plugin is legitimate and should not be blamed for illegal activities compatible to browser hijackers. Nonetheless, caution is required whilst using this extension, and there are a few reasons behind this. Read more »

SweetIM Search

SweetIM, also known as Sweet IM or Search SweetIM, is a browser hijacker that is camouflaged as an upgrade application for Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo, AIM and ICQ Instant Messenger. The program is promoted as a highly beneficial product that offers emoticons, smileys, animations, videos and other seemingly legitimate services. Read more »

Computer Locked - Police Virus

Computer Locked - Police Virus

Computer Locked - Police Virus is a generic term for ransomware infections that lock down users' computers and then demand a ransom fee. It takes around 3 seconds for the Computer Locked - Police Virus to block your desktop and then present you with a fake security notification. The message that you see on your screen usually claims that you have committed crimes by infringing copyright laws, downloading and storing child pornography and, for example, promoting terrorism. Read more » Redirect Redirect Redirect is a computer threat which you should avoid using, because of its ability to change your search results into unwanted websites. The unwanted program is also referred to as a browser hijacker, because of its ability to manipulate browsing sessions. In order to avoid those manipulations and ensure that this will not happen in the future, it is crucial to remove the threat and install a professional anti-spyware tool which can fully delete computer infections of different risk levels. Read more »