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SOPA Piracy Charges Virus

SOPA Piracy Charges Virus

Ukash, Paysafecard and Moneypak viruses are devious ransomware infections, which can enter the computer and lock it down. SOPA Piracy Charges Virus is the newest malignant program from the same category as FBI Moneypak, Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus, Australian Federal Police Virus, Bundespolizei Ihr Computer wurde gesperrt and tens of other surreptitious ransomware infections. The clandestine application has been enabled to travel via vulnerabilities exposed by the Reveton Trojan, Read more »

Trojan Win32 Agent qt

Trojan.Win32.Agent.qt is a tremendously secretive Windows infection that is capable of infecting those computers that are not strengthened and protected by legal security products. If you have installed malware detection and removal software, but you have done it using illegal software installation channels or have not updated your applications, then there is a great chance that schemers will find a way to slip in malignant components into your computer. Every security crack you can think of, Read more »

System Progressive Protection

System Progressive Protection

System Progressive Protection is an application which you might think is worthy of respect; however, it is bogus software created to swindle you out of your money. The rogue presents misleading information about your system and its infections, and you might start thinking that you have to purchase a so-called full version of System Progressive Protection which is claimed to be able to remove those threats. Read more »

Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus

Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus

Office Central de Lutte contre la Criminalité virus comes from the infamous family of Ukash viruses. Such infections as Sacem Virus, Gendarmerie Nationale Virus or West Yorkshire Police Virus come from the same group of malignant ransomware. Tens of other viruses could also be linked to these infections, because cyber criminals have designed many malignant programs to affect Windows systems in different European countries, USA and Canada. Read more »

PC MightyMax

There are different types of rogue applications. Some pretend they are real antivirus programs, and some, like PC MightyMax, pretend they are computer optimization tools. In other words, PC MightyMax claims that it can detect system errors and fix them for you, while in fact it only wants your money. Once PC MightyMax offers you to diagnose your system status and repair any problems it finds. Read more »

Widgi Toolbar

If your antivirus program is out of date – it will not classify Widgi Toolbar as malicious; however, this program could be dangerous to your personal safety; therefore, AntiSpyware101 team suggest you remove this treacherous application right away. So, why exactly do you need to delete Widgi Toolbar? Read more »

HackTool.Wpakill

HackTool.Wpakill infection can tamper with Winlogon notifications, delete system’s components, disable processes, remove access to the Registry Editor, download malware, record keystrokes, steal login data or send spam using email and instant messaging accounts. All of this and more will be enabled by winlogon.exe and antiwpa.dll, two dangerous files which could be propagated into a computer through one of the many security backdoors. If your operating Windows system is not guarded by antimalware software, there is a high chance that your PC will be infected and you will need to worry about HackTool.Wpakill removal. Read more »

Win 7 Defender 2013

Win 7 Defender 2013

If you are thinking of protecting your system with legitimate security tools, we applaud you, but you should not even consider Win 7 Defender 2013 application as your Windows guardian, because it is completely fake, and has been designed to fool you! Just like all rogue antispywares, this one also does not have any potential to detect or remove any type of attacking malware. On the contrary, the virus can attract more dangerous infections and make you spend your money on a completely useless, full version product, which is why you should remove Win 7 Defender 2013 from your PC right now! Read more »

Adware:Win32/Adkubru

Adware:Win32/Adkubru is a malicious application that may affect Windows XP, 7 or Vista operating systems. The program may be propagated via highly surreptitious security cracks, including bundled or encrypted downloads, spam email attachments, social engineering and black hat SEO scams. It is also possible for the infection to be downloaded by already active infections, which means that after having Adware:Win32/Adkubru deleted you should also take care of other infections’ removal. Read more »

Vista Defender 2013

At the first glance it might seem as though Vista Defender 2013 tries to protect your computer from viruses and errors, but that is the biggest mistake you can make when it comes to this rogue. Vista Defender 2013 is practically the same as XP Defender 2013 and Win 7 Defender 2013. The only difference between these three rogues is their names, other than that, they present the user with the same fake notifications and the same claim: protect your computer with Vista Defender 2013 or else. Read more »