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Adware.WinPump is a potentially unwanted program which can accidentally sneak to your PC without your consent and alter the Registry and other system settings so that it can commence illegal activities. If you have noticed that this unwanted application has infected your machine, do no postpone its removal until it is too late and remove Adware.WinPump from the system. Read more »


Alureon, also known as Tidserv, TDSServ or DNS Changer, is a family of deceitful and surreptitious Windows Trojans. The devious program is composed of various malign components which can be dropped onto the computer via tens of different security gaps and loopholes. If you are not sure how the infection entered your computer, you may need to think about your recent activity. Have you opened spam email attachments? Have you used the USB drives of secondary computers? Read more »


PWS:HTML/Bankfraud.F is a Trojan infection which attempts to steal your banking information, including your personal details such as last name, address, home address, and most of all your passwords. If your anti-virus program cannot remove this threat or you suspect that your PC is infected with this highly dangerous infection, scan the computer with SpyHunter because the removal of PWS:HTML/Bankfraud.F is the only way to protect your privacy. Read more »


TROJAN:JS/IframeRef.I is a malicious infection, JavaScript file, whose purpose is to redirect you to insecure websites leading to malware attacks. If you have noticed that your browsers are not running properly or that your security tool is not powerful enough to remove TROJAN:JS/IframeRef.I permanently, our team urges you to scan the PC with SpyHunter because unlike many spyware removal tools, this program can successfully delete the infection. Read more »


If you have noticed wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe running on your operating Windows system, you have to delete it and scan your PC to find what other malicious components require removal. The exceptionally dangerous file is closely linked to recently reported ransomware viruses, all of which should be deleted as well. The dangerous executable file does not have a digital signature which is one of the few signals warning you about unavoidable wgsdgsdgdsgsd.exe removal. Read more »


If you do not want your operating Windows system infected with a countless number of malicious files and programs, you should delete Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp]. Is it possible for the application to enter your computer without your authorization and knowledge? Unfortunately it is, especially if you have not taken any measures to guard your PC. As a matter of fact, if you want your 32-bit Windows system running safely and smoothly, you need to install reliable security tools to help you out. If you want to learn how to remove Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp], Read more »


Trojan:WinNT/Sirefef.J is the last program you want running on your computer. This rootkit Trojan works just like Trojan:WinNT/Sirefef.A, a variant from the same Sirefef Virus family which we have reported in previous reports. The malicious program is a threat to all Windows NT users, who have not protected their operating systems with such legitimate security software as SpyHunter. What is worse, you may be oblivious to the existence of the infection because it does not produce visible symptoms. Read more »


Trojan:JS/Medfos.B is a computer infection which will change your search results when you are using such browsing engines as Google, Yahoo, Ask, Bing, and AOL. It has been noticed that the threat mainly targets Google Chrome and is installed as a browser extension even though it is a malicious JavaScript file. If you have noticed that you are provided with irrelevant search results, immediately scan the system with SpyHunter to remove Trojan:JS/Medfos.B. Read more »

Tidserv rootkit

Tidserv rootkit is an irreplaceable part of Backdoor. Tidserv, Trojan:DOS/Alureon.A and other sinister computer infections from such infamous malware families as Alureon and TDSS. These infections are dangerous to various versions of Windows, starting with Windows 2000 and ending with Windows Vista. warns that PC infecting Trojans, backdoors and rootkits are extremely dangerous which is why you should remove them without any hesitation. First of all – do you know how to delete Tidserv? This part is essential if you want to remove existing Trojans. Please continue reading to learn even more. Read more »


Win32/Sirefef.DV is a computer threat known as a Trojan infection which sneaks into the system unnoticed. It hides its components so that the present anti-virus tool cannot detect and remove it and exploits its malicious components in order to carry out illegal actions. As the Trojan does not have an interface, you will not know that it is present within the system. However, you may notice some symptoms which indicate that the computer might be infected with some threats. For instance, the speed of the PC and the Internet may decrease and you may notice that not all of your computer programs are running normally. Read more »