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How to remove Live Security Platinum Virus?

How to remove Live Security Platinum Virus?

Live Security Platinum virus is a very well known infection, which, following its previous clones Smart Security 2012 and Smart Protection 2012, has breached the security of thousands of Windows systems all around the world. The monstrous tool looks just like a normal malware removal tool at first glance; however, this deceptive exterior hides the malignant intentions of scheming and illicit profiting. Unfortunately, not a single part of this alleged protection and malware removal tool has anything advantageous to offer to your system, and therefore, it is highly important to delete Life Security Platinum from the computer right away. Read more »

Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus

Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus

Recently, a new ransomware infection Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus has reached many unsuspecting computer users. If you know that you cannot trust any suspicious pop-up messages encouraging you to pay for imaginary services, you should also ignore this piece of malware. The infection’s pop-up is displayed on the screen under the guise of Windows Anytime Upgrade message claiming that the PC is detected as containing non-licensed software. As this is an absolute scam, the removal of Windows Anytime Upgrade Ukash Virus is highly recommended. Read more »

Win32.Malware-gen

Win32.Malware-gen is a generic title of infections that target operating Windows systems from the Windows 95 version upwards. These treacherous applications are fueled by such dangerous, cloaked elements as svchhost.exe, setup.exe, services.exe msblast.exe, taskmon.exe, winsys.exe or sysinfo.exe, and all of these are responsible for initiating and running malignant processes that allow cyber criminals to reach their devious goals of gaining profit out of your misery. Read more »

Windows Antivirus Release

Windows Antivirus Release

Windows Antivirus Release is an unreliable computer application, which is also a clone of such cunning applications as Windows Interactive Safety, Windows Ultimate Safeguard and others. The malware, along with its predecessors, belongs to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family, which is a group of rogue products having the same interface and operating characteristics. Read more »

Windows Interactive Safety

Windows Interactive Safety

If you are planning to allow Windows Interactive Safety to “stay” on your PC, you probably do not know how malicious it is. This computer infection seeking to gain users’ money is a clone of such malicious application as Windows Ultimate Safeguard, Windows Antivirus Machine, Windows Active Guard and others. Due to its characteristics, the malware is attributed to the Rogue.VirusDoctor family. Read more »

Windows Antivirus Machine

Windows Antivirus Machine

Windows Active Guard and other fake antispywares have already made some profit, and Windows Antivirus Machine, the newly developed clone, is ready to take part in the unlawful cyber criminals’ scam. The newly released fake antispyware has been made to resemble those security applications, which can protect your computer against malware, detect and remove infections, and Windows Antivirus Machine claims to have all of those attributes. Unfortunately, Windows Antivirus Machine cannot offer any advantageous services to your operating Windows system’s protection, and therefore, Read more »

Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A

It seems that Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A has caused much damage so far, because this nasty Trojan violently treats a computer and impairs the system’s performance. It was investigated that even though the Alureon Trojan is detected by antivirus programs, not all of them are able to remove it. Sometimes, even if the infection is erased, it recovers after the reboot and is again detected by the security application. To avoid this, it is highly advisable to have a powerful spyware removal application, which will manage to remove the threat effectively. If you are curious about possible symptoms of the Trojan’s infection, keep on reading. Read more »

Windows Ultra Antivirus

Windows Ultra Antivirus

A malicious security application Windows Ultra-Antivirus should be deleted at once after spotting it on the computer. This malware has been designed to lure you into believing that your computer’s system is in serious danger. It will attempt to make you pay money for an imaginary full version, which, according to the description of the application, removes viruses, Trojans and other infections. Pay no attention to the information provided by Windows Ultra Antivirus but remove the rogue from the system. Read more »

SABAM virus

SABAM virus

SABAM virus is a version of the latest treacherous virus which is produced in many different languages. The virus is categorized as ransomware, because it infects the machine, disables all processes of the system and displays a simulated warning encouraging a user to pay a fine so that the computer can again operate normally. The user is accused of storing illegally downloaded music, which results in the “freezing” of the computer. Read more »

Police Lock Virus Gimemo

Police Lock Virus Gimemo

It seems that cyber criminals behind FBI Moneypak infection are spreading out, as computers all around North America and Europe are being locked by supposed “authorities”, following the example of the initial U.S. infection. The devious scam is based on the trust that people tend to have in national importance authorities, like Federal Bureau of Investigation. Nonetheless, this piece of malware truly has nothing to do with national Police departments or guilds, defending author rights, and these names serve the sole purpose of tricking Windows users into thinking that they have gone beyond the laws, Read more »