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Reveton Trojan

If you know FBI MoneyPak and its clones, you should know that these cunning infections are distributed by Reveton Trojan, also known as Trojan.Win.32/Reveton.A or simply Reveton.A. The Trojan is associated with Citadel, which is known to have been derived from a vicious threat called ZeuS Trojan. In contrast to other malware that uses different ways of spread, Reveton Trojan Read more »

Windows 8 Security System Virus

Windows 8 Security System Virus

You think you can guard your system against Windows infections without any legitimate software on your side? Well, you are wrong, because Windows 8 Security System Virus will enter your system without any notification, and you might not even understand that some dangerous rogue is in your computer! Read more »

Trojan.Maljava!gen24

Trojan.Maljava!gen24 is a recent malware infection which comes into the system through JavaScript files located in malicious websites, which already implies that you should be very careful with spam emails containing links to unknown websites. The best choice in such a case would be to delete the email before opening it and make sure that the computer runs a reliable spyware removal or antivirus program. The Trojan is known to infect different operating systems, including Linux, Mac OS, Solaris and different versions of Windows; consequently, every computer user should be aware of this cunning network infection. Read more »

Game Card Virus / Ransomware

Game Card Virus / Ransomware

Game Card Virus / Ransomware  is the latest cyber criminals’ tool used to deceive computer users into paying money for unlocking the computer on which a Game Card message appears. The infection which disables the computer’s system completely presents an alert message claiming that the computer is locked down because of illegal downloads of music. The message is supposedly presented by CELAS, which, in reality, is owned by PRS for Music and GEMA. The two later names have already been used by cyber schemers to deceive users and persuade them to ransom the infected computers; consequently, the case of Game Card Ransomware is not an exception. Read more »

Information Security and Control Act virus

Information Security and Control Act virus

Remove Information Security and Control Act virus is a cunning piece of ransomware which you should remove so that you can regain access to your computer, because this Remove Information Security and Control Act virus locks the computer down and disables access to the Internet. To unlock the computer and restore its settings the user is encouraged to pay a ransom charge, which should not be done due to fact that the message is created by cyber schemers. Read more »

PCeU Virus

PCeU Virus

If you see Police Central e-crime Unit (PCeU) notification on your computer’s screen claiming that you need to pay money for alleged criminal activity, PCeU infection has attacked your operating Windows system! This infection works exactly like the West Yorkshire Police Virus or Cuerpo National De Policia Virus, and until you remove PCeU infection from within your system, this message will be the only thing you see: Read more »

Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Virus

Microsoft Security Essentials Alert Virus

Since Microsoft’s name is highly reliable and authoritative, there is no surprise that schemers have decided to use Microsoft Security Essentials Alert name for their newest virus. The devious infection is a ransomware and can slither into your computer through a ton of surreptitious infiltration channels, and after this it is programmed to present a fictitious security notification, which will be removed from your screen only when you delete Microsoft Security Essentials Alert virus from the PC. AntiSpyware101 support team urges you to view the fake alerts below and note them for the future reference of malware identification purposes: Read more »

Sirefef Virus

Sirefef is a name behind the extensive family of Trojans which includes such infamous infections as Win64/Sirefef.D, Win32/Sirefef.R, Win64/Sirefef.W, Win64/Sirefef.Y, Trojan:Win64/Sirefef.U or Trojan:Win32/Sirefef.AL. Different malignant applications are meant to attack Windows running on 32-bit and 64-bit systems; however, the way they work or act is defined by all of the malignant components that are infiltrated to initiate infections. Just like all other Trojan infections, cunning Sirefef programs have been noticed to infiltrate systems via multiple system vulnerabilities. Read more »

Incredibar Toolbar

Incredibar Toolbar

Incredibar Toolbar is a legitimate browser extension that also might be treated as a latent browser hijacker, malignant browser helper object or simply adware. You might be lured into installing this ad-on search engine because of the given ability to play games via the application; however, it is now known that those Chrome and Internet Explorer users who are going acquire the toolbar could allow their systems to be monitored by various additional programs stored within the bundled download of the extension. Even though creators behind the program might have nothing to do with criminal activity, Read more »

Windows Safety Series

Windows Safety Series

Even if you like magic tricks, you would not like being tricked by Windows Safety Series which is a fraudulent application used by cyber criminals to bluff you into thinking that this program can hold responsibility for your PC’s security. Unfortunately, this rogue needs your money; hence, ignore all recommendations to activate the program, because a purchase of the activation key will cause you financial and identity theft related problems. Read more »