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XP Anti-Spyware 2013

Activated Windows security is highly important, because it can protect your personal privacy and ensure that malignant applications like XP Anti-Spyware 2013 do not enter your PC with the first sprung opportunity. If such implementations do not exist in your computer – beware of this infection, because it has already tricked many into giving up their hardly-earned money. You should remove XP Anti-Spyware 2013 if you notice its inimical computer scanner running on your screen, and a paralyzing bogus notifications’ attack is already terrorizing you relentlessly. Read more »

XP Home Security 2013

You should delete XP Home Security 2013 from your Windows system, without even pondering about this application’s legitimacy, because it is a highly dangerous fake antispyware, which cyber criminals will use to deceive you into giving away your money. Schemers will use the mimicked infection to falsely convince you that your personal computer is being affected by highly dangerous malware; however, it definitely do not exist in your PC, and you should stay away from purchasing XP Home Security 2013’s licensed version malware removal tool. Read more »

Search.us.com

Search.us.com  is an unwanted application classified as a browser hijacker even though computer users install it as a browser extension. The malware is installed into the system alongside free programs to which installers have the unwanted application attached. As the hijacker presents unreliable websites while you are browsing the Internet, you should remove it from the system to prevent further infections which may lead to data or money loss. Read more »

Cyber Crimes Unit Virus

Cyber Crimes Unit Virus

Should you remove the Cyber Crimes Unit Virus from your operating Windows system? There is no doubt about that and it would be best to act rapidly with this task because cyber criminals behind this ransomware have a few objectives. Firstly, it could be used to trick you into giving up your savings. Secondly, it could expose your PC to secondary infections which is dangerous to the security of your personal data and the integrity of your operating Windows system. Read more »

Su ordenador ha sido bloqueado virus

Su ordenador ha sido bloqueado virus

Has Su ordenador ha sido bloqueado virus paralyzed your computer? If you cannot access the desktop because of a full-screen message saying that you have committed some crimes, ignore it. The false accusations are a scam created by cyber schemers who want you to pay a 100 euro release fee, which you should not pay because this action will not help you unlock the PC. What you should actually do is remove Has Su ordenador ha sido bloqueado virus from the system. Read more »

Your Computer Has Been Locked Virus

Your Computer Has Been Locked Virus

If your computer is locked by Your Computer Has Been Locked Virus, your computer has been victimized by sly hackers who want to make you think that you are being monitored by the Australian Federal Police (AFP). The message also displays your IP address, the Internet provider and your location to convince that you have to regard the message as a legitimate one; however, Your Computer Has Been Locked Virus cannot be trusted because it does not provide correct information, which is why you should remove the infection as soon as possible.

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Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus

Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus

Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus is yet another ransomware infection which runs alongside the Reveton Trojan and which is meant to deceive Slovenian Windows users into thinking that they need to pay fines for horrendous cyber crimes performed from their computers. The scheme of the virus is designed in a very misleading way, which is why there is no surprise that thousands of computer users have already fallen for clandestine tricks. Do you want to become the next victim of cyber criminals? If you answer “no” – rush to delete Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus before it causes more trouble. Read more »

Windows Server Defender

Windows Server Defender is a fake antivirus program that enters your computer with intention to rip you off. There are a few variants of this rogue including Win 7 Defender, XP Defender and Vista Defender. All of these infections are practically the same, and the rogue you get infected with depends on which operating system is installed on your computer. However, no matter which version of this rogue you are infected with, you have to remove Windows Server Defender or any other variant immediately. Read more »

FBI MoneyPack Virus

FBI MoneyPack Virus

Are you being monitored by the FBI? Got an FBI anti-piracy warning and do not know what to do? It is FBI MoneyPack Virus that does not allow you to access the system. This threat seeks to make you pay 200 American dollars for unlocking the PC; unfortunately, if you pay the money, it does not mean that you will regain control over the computer. What you should do is remove the virus immediately because it can severely corrupt the machine by downloading new malware or terminating some vital system processes. Read more »

FBI Anti Piracy Warning

FBI Anti Piracy Warning

FBI anti-piracy warning is an immovable message displayed by a ransomware infection which locks the system of a PC down. The virus which displays this fraudulent message should be removed from the system because without the removal you will not be able to access the system and use the PC normally. The fact that the warning contains the logo of the FBI and demands that the money be paid through Greendot MoneyPack Read more »