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IRMA Virus

IRMA Virus

IRMA virus is a new ransomware infection which makes the infected computer inoperable by disabling access to the desktop programs and the Internet. The virus is attributed to Ukash viruses, including such obstinate viruses as Politia Romana Virus, Ministere de L'interieur Virus, and Europol European Law Enforcement Agency Virus. Every virus has a misleading message which is displayed on the screen once the infection gets into the system. Read more »

System Error. Hard Disk Failure Detected

"System Error. Hard disk failure detected" is a fake security notification that pops up on your screen when you are infected with a rogue antispyware program. According to security specialists, this fake notification indicates the onset of either Smart HDD or Data Recovery infection. There are even more rogues from the same fake defragmenter family, Read more »

Vista Antispyware Pro 2013

Vista Antispyware Pro 2013

Just like the real-life viruses that attack our health computer threats also come in throngs. The same rule can be applied to Vista Antispyware Pro 2013, considering the fact that it is a direct clone of XP Antispyware Pro 2013 and others that have quite a reputation of their own. Since Vista Antispyware Pro 2013 is from a dangerous group of computer threats you already pretty much know what to expect from it and you can make a counterattack plan how to remove Vista Antispyware Pro 2013 Read more »

XP Antivirus Pro 2013

XP Antivirus Pro 2013

Never thought that you would ever be vulnerable to cyber schemers? Think again if you found XP Antivirus Pro 2013 manipulating you with bogus scans or annoying pop-up messages. It is time to put an end to its games and remove XP Antivirus Pro 2013 from the system, because it is a counterfeit program which supposedly protects your system. It is made from a bit older fake program Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013, so you should never think that what XP Antivirus Pro 2013 says is the truth. Read more »

Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013

Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013

No matter how hard you'd like to let go of Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013, the rogue just does not get enough. If its predecessors that include XP Antispyware Pro 2013 and Vista Antispyware Pro 2013 did not cause enough damage then Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013 is here to finish you off. It obviously shows that the creators of Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013 are very eager to cash in on you at all costs. No one wants to be robbed, so you have to find a way to remove Win 7 Antispyware Pro 2013 from your system as soon as possible, otherwise soon there will be no system to protect. Read more »

Windows Protection Maintenance

If Windows Protection Maintenance computer scanner informs you with tens of treacherous computer infections, do not panic, and focus on the only task – bogus security application’s removal, because it is the sole Windows threat, which can occupy your system, and make you spend your money on a full version tool, which will never detect and delete real, high-risk infections. The rogue antispyware is truly cunning, and has secretly stolen money from hundreds Read more »

Remove Incredibar

Normally we would expect a browser extension to improve the overall browsing quality. However, if you install Incredibar on your computer, you will most probably suffer from various hindrances and interferences, because Incredibar is a browser helper object, and it comes with many other applications that do upgrade your browser at all. On the contrary - Incredibar comes with additional adware programs that spam you with undesirable commercial advertisements in order to generate revenue for third party websites. Read more »

Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus

Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus

The latest ransomware infections are targeted at different countries, and Federal Computer Crime Unit Virus is not an exception. After getting into the system, the threat disables your access to the desktop and pops up a bogus notification with a headline Federal Computer Crime Unit on behalf of the Federal Police in Belgium. The message claims that the police have locked the computer, Read more »

Magyar Rendorseg Virus

Magyar Rendorseg Virus

Computer users in Hungary should be aware of Magyar Rendorseg Virus, which is an obstinate computer infection that has to be removed from the system as soon as possible. It is easy to notice this infection, because a screen message is displayed once the virus infects the system. Not only does the virus present a misleading message, but also disables the access to the desktop, which is why it is important to delete Magyar Rendorseg Virus, especially with a professionals and powerful anti-spyware program. Read more »

Certified Toolbar

Certified Toolbar is a two-faced browser plugin, because it can offer you legal search engine services and, on the other hand, can be utilized as a browser hijacker. Even though the application is legitimate and authentic, it supports itself by promoting various web sources, some of which can be linked to cyber criminals. One of the signs indicating that the program is malicious Read more »