Monthly Archives: November 2013 - Page 8



Zulagames is a gaming website promoted by a browser extension called Free Games which you should remove from the PC. The application is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, and categorized as a potentially unwanted program.  Once you install this browser add-on, a small icon representing Zulagames is added next your home button. Zulagames can be promoted by various programs, which means that when you come across this browser add-on via any application downloaded from freeware websites. Since it can be attached to the setup file of a program, you should always read the terms of use that you are provided with once you launch the installer. Read more »

Playsides is an online gaming website which promotes Action, Driving, Sports, Strategy and other games. If you cannot locate games you wish you play you can use the domain to find them. The website is operated by Secco Media Inc., and it is strongly recommended that you familiarize yourself with the presented Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions documents. Only after you read through them you can be sure that your virtual security is not at any risk when using a certain product or service. Overall, it is clear to researchers that the website is not critically malicious, and you can run it risk-free. Then why do people rush to delete Playsides Gaming Wonderland Toolbar from their operating systems? Read more »


Trojan.Darkshell is a highly dangerous computer infection which launches a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, which may have effect on the performance of your operating system. The Trojan horse access the system unnoticed by computer security programs, so you should use a reputable anti-spyware program to protect your privacy. If you suspect that the system is infected with Trojan.Darkshell or a similar infection, implement SpyHunter, which will easily remove the computer infections. Read more »


RevenueHits is an advertising service which is aimed at helping publishers promote their products, increase traffic to their websites, and earn bigger revenues. RevenueHits is an engine which works on various platforms, including toolbars, banners, and the like, so that the advertised content is viewed by a wider audience.  If you have just found that your browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, are bombarded with various advertisements, including the search engine results page, it is very likely that you have some toolbar on your PC. The advertisements are provided at the right time, and can be caused by Babylon Toolbar, Conduit Toolbar, Iminent Toolbar, and many other browser extensions, which you should remove from the PC. Read more » is a website that is set as your home page when you get infected with Qone8 Virus. It is not a genuine computer virus, as the infection is classified as browser hijacker. Therefore, it may change your default home page either to or Recently, computer users seem to be complaining more about being redirected to In such a case, you need to remove the browser hijacker from your computer, and restore your browser settings to default. Refer to the instructions below this description in order to delete from your browser, and do not forget to scan your PC with a powerful antimalware tool. Read more »

All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus

All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus

All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus is a type of ransomware infection that is based on infected a web server and not your computer directly. This infection affects all main browsers, and it does not allow you to close your browser or access any other website, as it displays a fake notification saying that you need to pay a fee for violating several law articles. Naturally, one should not take All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus seriously, because the only thing this infection is after is your money. You need to close your browser right now, and then scan your PC with a powerful antimalware scanner, to remove anything that might have caused All activities of this computer have been recorded Virus to appear on your browser. Read more »

National Security Agency Virus

National Security Agency Virus is a ransomware which must have entered your operating Windows system if you have been introduced to a screen-locking notification indicating that your computer has been locked by the U.S. law enforcers. If this is what you have faced the first thing you need to recognize is that police, national defense, cyber criminal departments and other organizations have nothing to do with the lock down of your personal computer. The credentials of these organizations are attached to the screen-locking alert so that you would give into paying the requested ransom quicker. The so-called file is completely bogus and you should pay absolutely no attention to it. Have you already paid it and your PC remains locked? This is no surprise because you can only get rid of the system’s paralysis if you remove National Security Agency Virus. Read more »


If you have downloaded a browser plugin from, it is likely that Adware.AddLyrics is now running on your personal computer. The application does not have a verified publisher which signals that it is not the best idea to run it on your personal computer. Right now the product is available for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer browsers only, and it is stated that the plugin will help you find lyrics to any songs you play on YouTube. Even if the services of the extension are useful to you, it is essential that you beware of the advertisements which are bound to follow it. researchers recommend having Adware.AddLyrics deleted, and this article explains how to. Read more »