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Pup.Bprotector is an adware program that can seriously slow down your computer. It is generally classified as adware helper, which means that the potentially unwanted application mostly travels bundled with freeware and various browser extensions. Thus, this program is digitally signed and it makes it harder to determine whether it is malicious or not. Technically, Pup.Bprotector is not an extremely serious computer infection, but it may cause some discrepancies that should not be tolerated. Therefore, it is for the best to remove Pup.Bprotector from your computer along with all the programs that could be associated with it. Read more »

System Check

System Check is a rogue PC defragmentation program which is associated with such bogus tools as Data Repairs and System Repair. The supposedly reliable program is presented as a tool that can check the system drive status, RAM status, and system registry status. Its goal is to convince the user that it can fix various system errors if the full version of program is bought. In order to do so, System Check provides the user with fake scan results and numerous alerts that inform the user about serious security performance issues. The removal of System Check is all that you should be focus on because this application will not help you to boost the performance of the system. Moreover, its presence means that some Trojan horse is installed on your PC. Read more »

You need to be cautious about the advertisements flooding your browsers, especially if is the domain through which they are supported. If you have noticed one or two pop-ups presented through this third-party advertising network you must have landed on websites related to it. It is recommended that you act cautiously on these sites, beware of misleading offers and refrain from clicking on any banner or in-text advertisements. Needless to say, if you keep facing these adverts regardless of the sites you visit you should scan the PC for potentially existing adware. If you suspect that your operating system has been corrupted by advertisement-supported software you may need to delete Read more » is a web page that will be set as your default home page when you install such freeware as FTdownloader on your computer. The website is not extremely dangerous by itself, but keeping in mind that it may be associated with unreliable third parties, whatever comes with should be treated with a bit of cautiousness. Actually, it would be for the best to remove from your computer immediately, as that would ensure that your system would not get exposed to potentially risky applications. Do what is best for you and your PC, and terminate all the potentially unwanted applications right now. Read more »

Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus

Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus

There are numerous different Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus versions. The clandestine ransomware has been developed by cyber criminals to trick Windows users into thinking that their PCs have been locked by the police. It is stated that in order to restore access to the operating system you need to pay a certain sum of money which is listed as a legal fine. Since the Australian Federal Police, or AFP, is the most reputable Australian law enforcer schemers behind different ransomware Trojans have utilized the credentials of this organization multiple times. As researchers have discovered the logos of AFP have been employed to aid Urausy, Flimrans, Reveton and other ransomware. Please continue reading to learn how to remove Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus from the PC. Read more »

You may find that has replaced your regular start page and default search provider. In case you have agreed with the changes you may think that this search engine is reliable and possibly even beneficial. According to researchers, it is important to stay cautious about this search tool, especially if it has hijacked your browsers illegally. Even though in most cases browser settings modifications are presented in one way or another, there is a possibility that the seemingly regular search engine has been activated as a browser hijacker. Whether you have downloaded the suspicious search tools yourself or they have been infiltrated without your knowledge, we recommend that you delete from the system. Continue reading to learn how to perform this task. Read more » is a browser hijacker that looks like a decent search engine. It fact, according to various sources, MetaCrawler is a metasearch engine which makes use of search results from various websites including Google, Yahoo!, Bing and so on.  It may be possible for a third party to exploit for their malevolent purposes. If your home page is set for this meta search engine, it is obvious that you need to remove immediately, as this website is full of commercial pop-up ads that may be related to unreliable third parties. Make sure that your PC is protected from various threats by running a full system scan. Read more »



It has been discovered that the seemingly reliable wSearch is actually a browser hijacker which can take over your regular home page and search provider settings. If you have found out that has corrupted your active browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer, there is a possibility that a browser hijacker is running on your computer as well. Without a doubt, there is a chance that you have replaced your web search tools with this one yourself. Did you think that the search engine could provide you with authentic information? researchers strongly advise to have wSearch deleted from the PC, and you can find more information about this task within this thoroughly researched report. Read more »


There is a family of malicious computer infections which are responsible for infiltrating malware, and it goes by the name Trojan.Injector. There are numerous versions of this malicious Trojan and if you do not delete it from the operating Windows system right away, there is a possibility that various keyloggers, worms and fake security tools will start corrupting the PC without your notice. Needless to say, various unauthorized applications can make a lot of damage and, unfortunately, most of this damage could affect your own virtual security. researchers have analyzed the group of infections and figured out a way for you to delete Trojan.Injector from the operating Windows system. Please continue reading to learn more about this operation. Read more »


aartemis researchers have discovered that aartemis is a mischievous browser hijacker which can take over your browsers without any of your notice or consent. It has been discovered that the infection usually travels secretly bundled with fake software or unreliable freeware. Therefore, if you have discovered that the home page and search provider of your browsers have been switched to after downloading some suspicious programs you can blame their distributors. Even though it should be clear that using unauthorized, intrusive programs could be dangerous, many Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox users refuse to recognize the risks. Unfortunately, if you do not remove aartemis the risks are very high. Read more »