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Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus

Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus

Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus is an infection from a huge ransomware family. Ukash Virus has many versions, each and every single one of them target users in different parts of the world. Based on the user's IP, Ukash Virus changes into a localized version, or changed the interface language. Microsoft Windows Ukash Virus is encoded to display false messages in various languages. It can show messages in English, German, French, Portuguese and so on. Read more »

Win 7 Antivirus 2013

Win 7 Antivirus 2013 is a rogue antispyware from the infamous Braviax or FakeRean family. Such previously reported infections as Win 7 Defender 2013, Vista Defender 2013 or Win 8 Defender 2013 are just a few malicious clones from the faction which are presented with the same visual attributes. All of these malignant programs mimic the authentic Windows Defender, a completely free program, which has been designed by Microsoft to detect and remove any existing security threats. Unfortunately, Read more »

Australian Federal Police Virus

Australian Federal Police Virus

Ransomware infections keep attacking innocent computer users and locking their systems with demands of fictitious fine payments. Australian Federal Police Virus is exactly that kind of infection, and if you are already facing its obnoxious ransom warning it means that you have not been precautious enough with your personal computer’s protection. Such malicious infections as this one usually get infiltrated into a PC by other dangerous applications, like the treacherous Reveton Trojan, which could use any security crack for successful entrance. Read more »

Worm.Dorkbot

Worm.Dorkbot, or Worm:Win32/Dorkbot.A, is an application that legitimate malware removal programs have been developed to fight against. The cunning infection has been enabled to slither into operating Windows systems through a variety of security cracks, including spam email attachments, bundled downloads and instant messaging protocols. Read more »

Supern0va ransomware

Supern0va ransomware is a computer threat that locks your desktop and no longer allows you to use your machine unless you pay the ransom fee. This infection does not infect your files, but it does not allow you to access the Internet or any other computer function, so you will remain locked out of your computer until you will remove Supern0va ransomware from the system. Read more »

U-search.net virus

U-search.net virus is a computer malware that monitors and logs your Internet activity and search results. It does not redirect you forcefully to other websites, so you can remain oblivious to this infection for a very long time. U-search.net changes default homepage settings and loads automatically whenever the user launches his internet browser. Read more »

Win 8 Defender 2013

All computer users should be aware of Win 8 Defender 2013, also known as XP Defender 2013, because this so-called antivirus program is a deceitful program trying to lure poor souls into giving their money up to cyber criminals, whose product should be removed immediately. You may find this unwanted program after installing some doubtful software downloaded from unreliable sources or after opening a spam email attachment, etc. Consequently, keep in mind there are many websites that contain malware and are used to infect computers with different rogue products, which should be deleted as soon as noticed on the PC. Read more »

EReadingSource.com

EReadingSource.com is a website that provides book readers with reviews of multiple books; however, it is also the name of a browser hijacker. The program gets into the system unnoticed and installs itself without the user’s consent, which means that the hijacker may appear in the Internet browser without any reason. However, there is a reason for it, and it usually happens because of insecure downloads from unsafe websites, whose contents are questionable most of the time. Read more »

Program:Win32/CoinMiner

Program:Win32/CoinMiner is a malicious application, which is supposed to accumulate digital coins, part of the BitCoin system. It has been researched that the infectious program could be dropped by such malignant infections as Trojan:Win32/Comine.A or Trojan.Comine.D. On most occasions, the infection takes over CPU resources to allow undisturbed running of malignant processes. Therefore, you are likely to notice slower computer’s performance when this devious program sneaks in. Read more »

Cridex Trojan

Cridex Trojan, also known as Worm:Win32/Cridex.E, may be slipped into the background of any unprotected Windows system. Using spam email attachments, social engineering scams, surreptitious bundled downloads and other clandestine security vulnerabilities, cyber crooks could slip in tens of malicious components, which is what the vicious Trojan is built from. Read more »