FBI Virus

FBI Virus

FBI Virus is a ransomware infection whose different versions are known widely to computer users in different countries. The virus locks down the system down which results in its immobility and generates a hoax saying that the FBI has locked the PC. There is more than one interface version of FBI Virus, which should be removed from the system immediately. Read more »

Heartbleed

Heartbleed

A great security vulnerability has been discovered and it is now known as the Heartbleed Bug. This is not an ordinary vulnerability which is linked to a specific service or operating system. In fact, this exploit can be detrimental to the users of various operating systems using various different services. Whether you shop online using Amazon web services, blog on Tumblr, or manage your finances online, the clandestine bug can abuse your virtual security. The main objective behind this vulnerability is to expose your login data to parties who know how to use it. Unfortunately, this data could have been leaked already, even if you know nothing about it. If you take no action, it is possible that sooner or later your virtual accounts will be hijacked, and this is extremely dangerous. Read more »

Jcr.driverfind.net

Jcr.driverfind.net

Stay away from the advertisements presented via the remote advertising server Jcr.driverfind.net. This server could be used by virtual schemers, which means that the advertisements presented by it could be malicious. As Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have discovered, the online ads related to the server are usually presented when advertisement supported software is installed onto the computer. If you do not remove Jcr.driverfind.net related adware, the potentially misguiding ads will keep flooding luring you into visiting unreliable sites or installing unreliable software. Needless to say, there should be no more questions regarding what you should do next. Continue reading and you will learn how to get rid of adware and other intrusive applications quickly and effortlessly. Read more »

Jdl.findpre.net

Jdl.findpre.net

Jdl.findpre.net is an advertising server which can be used various adware programs. Jdl.findpre.net sends a new advertisement to the browser every time a website is loaded. Usually, a new advertisement appears in the same place, which means that the format of the advertisements is relatively the same. Due to the fact that the server can be used by basically any adware program, it is impossible to pinpoint all the programs associated with the server. It is very likely that the adware proving you with Jdl.findpre.net advertisements is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. However, bear in mind that it is worth checking whether the application has its uninstaller. If it does, it is important to uninstall the program. If you want to fully rid the browsers of Jdl.findpre.net pop-ups, you should rely on a spyware removal tool so that you can also shield the system from other unreliable programs. Read more »

Yula

Yula

Yula is another advertising-supported application that might enter your system secretly without asking your permission. After it gets there, it will start displaying various pop-ups, interstitial, in-text, and video-related ads. You might even notice several advertisements on your screen at the same time, which means that Yula is as invasive as other similar programs published by Super Web LLC, for instance, Trontizer, Cling-Clang, Trolatunt, and others. This program will appear on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, which means that the only solution to get rid of Yula is to remove it entirely from the system. Read more »

TubeAdBlocker

TubeAdBlocker

TubeAdBlocker is a free browser add-on whose major goal is to block YouTube advertisements so that you can enjoy YouTube videos. The application is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. TubeAdBlocker is promoted at tubeadblocker.eu, and the official website is akin to ytblockerapp.in, where a program serving the same functions is promoted. Both applications display randomly generated names, which means that instead of the original name you may find TubeAudBlocker, TuabeAdBlocker, or any other name. Read more »

iWebar

iWebar

Adware helper iWebar can be installed onto Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox web browsers silently, without your permission. The application is published by Goobzo Ltd., and so there is no question why it is presented alongside other programs published by the same company. Adware Sense, YTDownloader, Youtube Accelerator, JollyWallet, ShopperPro and Object Browser are the programs which can travel bundled with the suspicious adware helper. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers advise that you remove iWebar from the PC because this is a highly intrusive application which can be used for a variety of questionable processes, including virtual data collection and software updating. Read more »

The ICE Cyber Crime Center Virus

The ICE Cyber Crime Center Virus

The ICE Cyber Crime Center Virus is the name of a ransomware infection which locks the screen of a computer in order to suspend your ability to access computer applications. The ICE Cyber Crime Center Virus is the term used to refer to one of the version of the Reveton malware, which has been circulating on the network for a long time and has managed to deceive many computer users around the world. This Trojan horse is spread mainly via adult websites; however, the same behavior is exhibited by some other ransomware infections. Read more »

Api.paltip.com

Api.paltip.com

Api.paltip.com is a server that belongs to PalTip, or paltip.com, which enables computer users to earn commission. If you find an api.paltip.com web banner when you access some shopping websites, it means that your browser, most likely Google Chrome, contains the PalTip browser add-on. Api.paltip.com, or simply PalTip, is a legitimate service which is used by computer users to recommend products and earn money every time the recommendation is reviewed and accepted by another computer user. Read more »

Arcade Frontier

Arcade Frontier

Arcade Frontier is a browser extension which is presented via arcadefrontier.com. The plugin does not have a direct download link; however, if you click Premium Games and try to play the promoted online games, you will be asked to install the application first. Needless to say, you should not install the program without thinking about it first. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers advise that you check the Privacy Policy before you decide upon anything. If you mind the program collecting information about your virtual activity and enabling third party advertising, you certainly should not install it. Do you want to learn how to remove Arcade Frontier? This report will explain why computer users choose to delete the application and how this process can be carried out. Read more »

qone8 Uninstall

qone8 Uninstall

Qone8, or qone8.com, is a search engine owned by Taiwand Shui Mu Chih Ching Technology Limited and is promoted by browser hijackers. The search engine is claimed to be enhanced by Google and capable of retrieving relevant websites, intranets, databases and other online content. However, the fact that Qone8 can replace the home page and the search provider of popular Internet browsers without the user’s permission should not be disregarded. Browser hijacking is an instance of privacy violation, and, if you have no choice but to use Qone8, it is time to take some serious measures. In order to start using another search engine and prevent undesirable third parties’ content, you have to remove Qone8 from the PC first. Read more »