Windows Efficiency Kit is identified a rogue program or scareware from the Rogue.FakeVimes family of computer infections. It displays fake security warnings, false scan results, and does not allow you to access your legitimate Windows applications. Windows Efficiency Kit states your computer is contaminated with numerous viruses and prompts you to purchase its full version in order to erase all the non-existent infections.
Sunday, January 26, 2014
JS:Iframe-DHY [Trj] is first reported by Avast antivirus as a risky and stubborn Trojan infection which endangers target computer in multi-facets. Once invading into your machine, JS:Iframe-DHY [Trj] will being to amend the default startup settings of the windows to enable its corrupted codes could be launched every time you boot up the PC. Then it begins to implement a series of harmful conducts in the silent. For example, it would vary your browser settings to keep you redirected to some unwanted domains containing more threats.
Trojan:SWF/Redirector.EQ is a nasty and strong Trojan infection able to slip into your computer by making full use of security vulnerabilities and damage your system seriously. In general way, such infection can be spread via suspicious websites, unknown links and ads, spam email message and insecure programs. It belongs to such as rampant and aggressive threat that can totally ruin the whole system if there is no timely removal.
Ads.adk2.com is a fraudulent search engine which should be classified as browser redirect or hijacker virus capable to modify web browser settings without users’ permission. Once getting inside your pc, Ads.adk2.com will redirect users to undesirable web pages containing other sorts of spyware or malware. In the mean time, you may get a sea of unwanted pop-ups from this page designed by hackers to use the artificial traffic for boosting affiliate payments.
Saturday, January 25, 2014
Virus:Win64/Rovnix.gen!C is a newborn Trojan horse which can be downloaded together with free programs and stations itself firmly in the computer. Once installed onto your PC, Virus:Win64/Rovnix.gen!C would embed its malicious files and registry entries into the infected PC system to enable its automatic executives whenever Windows is booted. What is worth mentioning is the names and locations of those files often change with the variation of the virus. In fact, it changes not only the names of its own files but also some system processes as well as programs, which can lead to abnormal status of the system and programs. Users may also find that some original files on the computer disappear completely. Instead, a lot of strange files emerge. That’s why the infected computer running speed is very slow. Programs keep stop working or sometimes even become invalid. Virus:Win64/Rovnix.gen!C is able to randomly shut down and restart your computer. So when you are using the computer, please spend some time to save your data in case of losing your important information.
Jcs.drivetickets.net is identified as a malicious adware infection which aims to gain more and more popularity among cyber frauds and crooks so that those virus makers can earn as much money as possible from naïve victims. Usually such infection can be implanted into your computer unknowingly when you use some insecure online resource. Once getting inside your PC, tons of pop-up windows from Jcs.drivetickets.net would appear on the PC screen, which seems impossible for you to terminate.
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Spyware.ZeuS is recognized as a malicious Trojan infection that attacks computers all around the world. Usually such infection could penetrate into your computer when you download PDF files, read spam emails and open harmful websites unwarily. It’s good at exploiting system leaks to drop other risky codes to the infected PC and these codes can be worms, adware, spyware and malware. Once installed, Spyware.ZeuS will modify the default system startup settings to run itself every time you boot up the system. With the Trojan targeting, you may find your PC performance will decline gradually and internet connection will become unstable.
Payload.sidekick.net is a malignant hijacker or redirect virus that usually rerouts browsers homepage to its own page whenever victim opens their browsers. It affects almost all internet browsers including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, modifies homepage along with the default search engine. It is proficient of collecting your internet browsers activity and sends it to distant server endorsing related and unwanted ads. No doubt that all the system resources will be negotiated and important all the features and abilities of the PC will be disabled.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
jsw.jsfor.net is identified as an adware program that embeds its malicious codes into the most famous browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. Once encountering the bug, you may notice lots of strange pop-up ads, banners and sponsored links from jsw.jsfor.net when you surf the internet. It seems that it’s difficult for you to disable such pop-up ads as long as this adware program is running. What we should acquire some knowledge about the adware is that the goal of jsw.jsfor.net is merely promoting ads, other online services and various products, so there is no wonder why you are seeing such pop-up. Getting rid of jsw.jsfor.net would only make your system free from any trouble and any threat.
Virus:DOS/Rovnix.W is a malicious Trojan threat detected by MSE that invades the corrupted PC system furtively via social networks, doubtful websites, freeware, shareware, spam messages and others. Once it is activated, Microsoft security essentials can keep alerting the presence of this Trojan but it seems to be hard to remove it completely as it always comes back again and again after every reboot. This reason it does such malicious action is that this threat can be able to add certain registry entries that allow the harmful code to run each time you start Windows. Thus, your antivirus program will keep reporting this virus but can never remove it completely.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Trojan.BitcoinMiner is recognized as a horrible Trojan infection that endangers your computer severely and compromises your security aggressively as well. Once getting inside your PC, Trojan.BitcoinMiner will arouse many PC problems that impede the normal working of the system. First of all, the vermin slows down the overall PC performance notably once its malicious processes are activated. Default system configuration will be changed to interfere with your online browsing. For example, you may get randomly redirected to unwanted websites which contain additional threats to ruin your PC more seriously. Worse still, Trojan.BitcoinMiner may help cyber criminals to gain access your PC and steal your personal details for evil purposes. Having the Trojan on board is really awful to your PC properties.
ShopItFast pop-up is classified as an adware program that gets installed into your system via free download. It can successfully infiltrate within your Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer with or without your consent. Once your computer is infected with Shopop virus, you will see a variety of ads popping up on the screen. ShopItFast pop-up can generate full-page ads, banners, in-text ads, and coupons that appear when you visit Amazon, Walmart, YouTube and other web sites you visit. Though it seems that ShopItFast provides you with cheaper products you should not trust it because it’s such a big destruction that could bring more annoyances than benefit in your browsing activity.
Adware:win32/adpeak is an unwanted adware which can be installed to the target window operating system without your notice. It’s created by hackers to remotely control your computer and achieve their business needs. In general way, such infection can be embedded in spam or abuse files or unknown freeware. If your computer is not fully protected, all of a sudden, the software will be the victim’s browser and unwanted advertising will be set to pop up which finally will result in preventing you from accessing your system but also showing a lot of unwanted advertisement. Adware:win32/adpeak not only damages your system but also causes financial fraud.
Trojan.Win32.wupdater is identified as a nasty cyber threat that infects computer users around the world no matter what operation system they are using, which could be Windows XP, vista, win 7 and win 8. It’s able to connect remote server to download additional threats such as randomware, fake AV tools, and redirect malware. It will alert hacker once it has successfully intruded into a target computer so that the entire computer is exposed to cyber-criminals once infected.
Sunday, January 19, 2014
Spigot is identified as a malicious browser hijacker virus which can modify the default settings of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome without any permission. After breaking onto random computer, Spigot will cause many inconveniences for user eventually. Generally speaking, Spigot redirect comes together with freeware applications that could be downloaded from the internet. It automatically loads each time the browser is launched so that many users are annoyed with such threat showing on their computers. However, this virus is able to escape from the detection of security tools so that even if you have spent a few hours in scanning your computer, it detects nothing when it's completed.
Backdoor.tdssconf.a is a risky Trojan infection designed by cyber criminals to attack random computers all around the world. It’s mainly distributed via spam email attachments, unknown freeware downloads, and insecure websites. Once your computer is stuck with the Backdoor.tdssconf.a virus, you may encounter lots of PC annoyance that impedes the normal working of the Windows. To begin with, the Backdoor.tdssconf.a virus has the ability to modify the default system registry entries by injecting its malicious codes, which makes itself boot automatically whenever system is loaded.
Friday, January 17, 2014
Shuang11huodong.com is a fraudulent website associated with browser hijacker or adware virus that interferes with users’ online browsing activities when they use web browser like Internet Explorer, Google chrome, or Firefox. It uses browser helper objects and third party malware including sponsored adware and spyware platforms to change your homepage and modify your browser settings without your permission. Once your browser is hijacked by the Shuang11huodong.com virus, you may get a tracking cookies inside at the same time which is designed to keep track of how many times you visit a website and how long you stay, your browser type, your IP address, and other web surfing activities. Then all the information could be sent back to the cookie’s host site. It is dangerous for a user to keep the Shuang11huodong.com virus inside the computer.
Trojan-Dropper.MSIL.Agent.ansc is one of the most dangerous Trojan threats capable to attack all Windows operation system. It often could be quarantined for a while by antivirus software but never got removed completely so that it keeps coming back again after reboot. You may get infected with the Trojan-Dropper.MSIL.Agent.ansc virus through hacked web sites, spam emails, social networking site, and instant messaging program without any permission. Once installed, it will largely consume large amounts of system resource to slow down the PC performance notably. Other than that, your computer may experience no browser connections or download ability. No pages are loaded when you open Internet explorer, Firefox or other browsers. And some users may even get redirected randomly while browsing online.
Thursday, January 16, 2014
Search.clearch.org is regarded as a browser hijack infection which could be lurked in suspicious websites, attractive advertisements, and "free" application downloads, which gets inside your machine without letting you know. Once it is installed to your computer, the redirect will change your Internet settings on Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer to result in constant redirect issues. Like other browser hijack redirect viruses, it can create some add-ons to your browser which looks like useful tools. However, when you click on those add-ons, you may be redirected to some malicious web pages which contain more harmful threats. You know, the more threats the more dangerous your system will be.
Windows Prime Shield is classified as one of the fake anti-virus programs that will show up as a genius anti-malware PC protect tool and force you to purchase its ultimate version in the end so that you can get the overall protection from it. With the pretty look this fake software has be able to trick many computer users. But in fact, it is a fake Windows serial virus coming from the big Rogue.FakeVimes family which is quite active recently. The only purpose of the creators who designed this nasty scam is to collect as much money as possible from innocent computer users by deceiving them into believing that their computers are in terrible situation.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Websearch.toolksearchbook.info is identified as a risky browser hijacker virus that usually slips into computer when user downloads freeware from unreliable sources. This threat is usually created by expert online hackers in an attempt to use the artificial traffic and boost affiliate payments. Disturbing as Websearch.toolksearchbook.info is, it will continuously redirect your web searches to some fake web sites against your will. Its role is to block you from browsing the web pages which you are trying to surf on your Internet browser. The redirect issue could happen on all the browsers you have installed on the computer which include Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.
MyInfotopia is identified as adware application which claims to enhance your internet browsing experience and provide you with the best and cheapest services. It’s in the form of various advertisements with coupon codes and online discounts displayed through shopping websites. However, we should know the fact that MyInfotopia is designed by cyber criminals to scam money from unsuspected internet surfers.
Monday, January 13, 2014
Worm.VBS.Dunihi.W is a highly dangerous worm infection which compromises targeted computers and violates victims’ privacy seriously. As a data-stealer infection, Worm.VBS.Dunihi.W initially focuses on gathering valuable personal data stored on hard drive from naïve users. After that, the stolen data can be sent to an unknown third party for malicious actions. In general way, Worm.VBS.Dunihi.W is commonly delivered by USB flash drives, floppy disk, and mobile hard disk drive. It can be activated automatically together with every system’s log in. With its changeable characteristics, Worm.VBS.Dunihi.W can be able to hook itself deep in an infected system and easily shun the removal of any antivirus software.
BitMefender is recognized as a fake security program designed to deceive unwary computer users into believing their PCs are highly contaminated that need to be fixed immediately while the antidote is the BitMefender itself. Is that true? Definitely not! The interface of BitMefender fake resembles the real legit antivirus programs which have some common features, like quick scan, deep scan and scan results etc. It tries to scare users by showing up numerous viruses which are supposed in the pc and lure them to activate its licensed version. In other word, it asks for money. If your computer is being disturbed by the BitMefender virus, you should not buy anything from the page and instead take effective measures to eradicate it as soon as possible.
Sunday, January 12, 2014
Lns.livexjs.net should be categorized as a nasty adware infection which is specifically distributed through web browsers like IE, Firefox and Chrome. Constant commercial ads will be shown as the most obvious symptom when your PC gets infected with similar infection. Lns.livexjs.net is able to keep track of your browsing histories and favorites via cookies to help cyber criminals gain benefit somehow. If you’re being harassed by the virus, beware that your PC is in high risk and will be endangered with more terrifying threats if there is no time removal.
JS:Redirector-BOB [Trj] is a hazardous Trojan threat which can do many chaos on your computer no matter which operation system is installed, which may include Windows XP, Vista, Win 7 or Win 8. In general, you may get infected with the Trojan while installing unknown free applications, visiting pornographic content, or reading spam email attachments. Once breaking into your computer successfully, JS:Redirector-BOB [Trj] will degrade the whole PC performance via taking up a large amount of system resource. Thus, you may see your PC will be running as slow as a snail. In worse case, it even crashes the system and makes it shut down abnormally. Since the virus processes consume a high CPU usage, it will take a longer time for you to launch a legit program or log in the affected system.
Thursday, January 9, 2014
Www-search.net is a browser hijacker virus that can affect Windows operations system by attaching its malicious codes into browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Most of time, the redirect malware is packed with free programs that user may obtain from web sites and file-sharing services. Installing the software may be tricky; however, if you just pay attention to it, you will be able to exclude www-search.net during the install process.
Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Jck.drivesection.net is a newborn cyber infection which may show up in your browser as pop-up window. It’s known to us that there are numerous adware infections emerging every day which could be responsible for showing unstoppable pop-up advertisements. Jck.drivesection.net joins in the army and ruins target machines seriously in multi-facets.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
What is trojan-dropper.win32.injector.jgbl? trojan-dropper.win32.injector.jgbl is one of the most dangerous Trojan infections that have attacked numerous computer users no matter they are using Mac machine, Windows XP, Vista, Win 7 or Win 8. Nasty as the virus is, it sneaks into your computer unknowingly by exploiting security vulnerabilities and is quite capable to mess up the whole PC system if not removed in time. The risky level of trojan-dropper.win32.injector.jgbl can be ranked as severe because it has the ability to connect remote server and implement a series of harmful conducts in the compromised machine. For example, it will facilitate hackers to intrude into your machine and make your confidential information in the exposure of being stolen.
Monday, January 6, 2014
Deal Dropper virus is a newborn cyber threat belonging to the adware virus family. It slips into victims PCs for malicious purpose. Usually the victims may get this Deal Dropper infection when they open an infected files coming from an e-mail attachment and removable disk. Once it gets installed onto the infected PC, it can change and hide its position in the infected PC to protect itself. That is why most of the advanced anti-virus programs can not handle this Trojan horse well.
Friday, January 3, 2014
HEUR:Trojan.Script.Generic is severely risky cyber threat designed by cyber crook to gain unauthorized access onto target machine and harvest confident data from naïve victim to fulfill their illegal profitable purposes. Generally speaking, it could be silently lurked in your PC when you visit unhealthy websites or read hacked email attachments from unknown contacts. Another process in which the Trojan distributes is through USB flash drive or memory stick. You need to be prudent when using unknown online resource to avoid being infected again.
Have you got unstoppable pop-ups from OnlineWebFind.com on your PC screen? If so, I’m afraid your system is compromised with some adware infection that is worthy of much attention. It’s been reported by many reputable tech companies that OnlineWebFind.com can be classified as an adware program which often shows a variety of pop-up ads in web browsers including Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. It’s good at exploiting security vulnerabilities to embedded itself into your computer without letting you know until some weird symptoms occur. This could happen when you install plug-ins from unsafe websites, visit malicious links and open unknown email attachments. Another method is via freeware download. If you don’t pay more attention to the installation steps of some free application which could be downloaded from the web, you may carelessly allow extra apps to be installed onto your machine. Therefore, do not skip each step during the installation process and deselect something unfamiliar in order to prevent from similar threats in future.
Thursday, January 2, 2014
BOO/Cidox.B is categorized as an extremely terrifying Trojan threat designed by hackers to commit a series of cyber crimes in the background onto target machine. Typically such type of malware is wildly distributed through spam email attachments, insecure websites, unknown download or unauthorized file-sharing, etc. Owing to its changeable characteristics, BOO/Cidox.B is able to knock down the defense system of your PC such as shunning installed protection tools so as to settle down to obtain the major privilege of controlling your system. Most of computer victims could hardly realize the presence of the virus until their antivirus software warns them pop-up alerts again and again.
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
There are numerous adware infections coming out nowadays and one of them is called Redirsvc (aka Redirsvc.com) which is not a novel term but known to people as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). It has been proved that presence of redirsvc is harmful for system security. By altering some important system settings, the threat will make your PC vulnerable and disable regular antivirus so that other sorts of infections can enter into the PC without your permission. Worse still, it can open up a backdoor to facilitate cyber hackers to pilfer your confidential data which will be used for illegal intention.