Archive for July, 2012

Windows Ultra-Antivirus Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Ultra-Antivirus virus is?

Do not trust the name of Windows Ultra-Antivirus, because this dangerous infection does not have anything to do with your system’s protection and security. This seemingly legitimate antispyware is completely fake, and if you decide to confide in its false ability to protect your Windows OS or detect and remove malware, cyber criminals will be able to manipulate you in any way wanted. If you wish to avoid such possibly detrimental outcome, you should delete Windows Ultra-Antivirus right away, without hesitating about this bogus tool’s legitimacy. Read the rest of this entry »

Olympic Scams

Cyber crooks are well known for their changing strategies and abilities to use different opportunities to gather profits, utilizing deceptive and highly treacherous scams to reach the goal of fooling thousands of unaware people online. The most recent window of opportunity to embezzle money out of their hands is the London Olympic Games, and even though scams, revolving around this international sports event, have started emerging months ago, the peak of highly criminal activity was recorded just a few weeks before the Opening Night. Read the rest of this entry »

Live Security Platinum virus Removal Guide

Do you know what Live Security Platinum virus is?

Live Security Platinum virus derives from the WinWebSec family, which stands behind highly dangerous and cunning Smart Security 2012 and Smart Protection 2012 fictitious security applications. Like its previous clones, the deceptive infection can be infiltrated into target Windows systems through a great number of security loopholes, and the virus has been noted to travel via fictitious online scanners, bundled downloads and bogus Delta Airlines spam email attachments. Read the rest of this entry »

450,000 of Yahoo! Voices’ Passwords Stolen

It has been reported  that on the 12th of July well organized, unknown D33DS Company cyber criminals, stole over 450,000 of Yahoo Voices users’ login details and shared them with the public. The database, whose server was breached, accumulates to around 30% of Yahoo logins; and passwords from other popular electronic mailing service providers Gmail, AOL, Hotmail and Microsoft Live have also been stolen. Read the rest of this entry »

International Police Association (I.P.A.) Virus Removal Guide

Do you know what International Police Association (I.P.A.) Virus is?

International Police Association (I.P.A.) Virus is not exactly a computer virus per se. If we were to give it an exact definition, it is actually a Trojan-like infection that does not allow the user to access his Desktop, claiming that a fine must be paid up to $100 otherwise you will not be able to use your computer again. International Police Association (I.P.A.) Virus even throws in such words as “copyrighted files” and “child pornography” into its warning message, and that certainly scare users to death. Read the rest of this entry »

NGINX Redirect Removal Guide

Do you know what NGINX Redirect is?

Treacherous NGINX Redirect infection can hijack your IE, Chrome or Firefox browsers, paralyze your online life, change DNS settings, perform redirections to either blank web pages or ones managed by cyber criminals, remove administrative controls, decrease overall system’s performance, and even corrupt the Registry. Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Active Guard Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Active Guard is?

All you need to know about Windows Active Guard is that this rogue antispyware is tremendously dangerous to your system and you should delete it from your personal computer as quickly as you can! The infectious application derives from the same family as Windows Security Renewal, and this obnoxious tool has deceived hundreds, if not thousands, of Windows users into purchasing the licensed version of a completely useless program, Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Security System Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Security System is?

Windows Security System is the latest infection that was released this morning by cyber criminals that have possibly released Antivirus Protection, Security Monitor 2012, Security Solution 2011 and others. This cunning infection enters the computer’s system without the user’s consent and, once installed, attempts to convince him or her that the system is infected. Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Security Renewal Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Security Renewal is?

There is one single thing you should know about Windows Security Renewal – it is a dangerous Windows infection, which you should remove from your computer without waiting any longer. The newest clone of Windows Home Patron is extremely dangerous and could easily trick you into trusting the bogus cyber criminals’ scam, if you do not study rogue antispyware’s interface and research its true origin. Read the rest of this entry »

Windows Home Patron Removal Guide

Do you know what Windows Home Patron is?

Windows Home Patron is one of the many clones that Rogue.VirusDoctor schemers keep introducing to the masses nearly every single day. Some might be already familiar with such predecessor rogue antispywares as Windows Virtual Firewall or Windows Premium Defender; however, most Windows users will not have a single clue that such disastrous infections even exist and can attack their personal data. It is not hard for cyber crooks, Read the rest of this entry »

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