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TrojanDownloader:Win32/Kuluoz.D

TrojanDownloader:Win32/Kuluoz.D is a Trojan from the Win32/Kuluoz family that is installed automatically. TrojanDownloader:Win32/Kuluoz.D may open a backdoor on the affected computer to bring more threats, alter system settings, create several non-specific files and may cause a poor performance, and even make the computer crash due to its high usage of system resources. TrojanDownloader:Win32/Kuluoz.D also may open a backdoor on the infected PC to give access to a third party. TrojanDownloader:Win32/Kuluoz.D should be removed from the infected computer entirely. An anti-malware program should be able to scan your computer and erase TrojanDownloader:Win32/Kuluoz.D and its related files.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Trojans

DownSavie

DownSavie, or Ads by Down Savie, is adware that can appear on your computer as an extension or add-on for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome that is bundled with a freeware. After installed on your computer, DownSavie will display an enormous quantity of advertisements in the form of banners, coupons, etc., every time you try to navigate the Web. If DownSavie is on your computer, it is advisable to remove it, to avoid further problems. You should use a good anti-malware product to remove DownSavie from your computer.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Adware

W32.Queshare

W32.Queshare is a worm that targets the Windows operating systems and may spread itself fast through removable drivers or corrupted links added to instant messages. The main objective of the W32.Queshare worm is to gather sensitive information such as email account and games' credentials and send it to a third party. After its installation, W32.Queshare will create corrupted system files in order to drop its payload as soon as the system is started. W32.Queshare also may take control of your Web browser and install other threats on the affected PC. You should take urgent measures to erase W32.Queshare from your computer. An up-to-date anti-malware program should be able to erase all traces of W32.Queshare from your computer.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Worms

Win64:Rootkit-gen

Win64:Rootkit-gen is a very destructive Trojan infection. Its first action is that Win64:Rootkit-gen may modify the host files and PC settings, which can cause serious performance issues. If Win64:Rootkit-gen can accomplish these changes, Win64:Rootkit-gen will create .dll and .exe files, icons, shortcuts and change the desktop background. Win64:Rootkit-gen may block access to security-related applications and sites, hijack Web browser, and decrease the computer's performance. Even though it will not be an easy task to remove Win64:Rootkit-gen from an infected computer, the PC user should get the collaboration of a resolute and up-to-date anti-malware program to annihilate the harmful presence of Win64:Rootkit-gen from their computers.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Rootkits

PriceCongress

PriceCongress is adware that was designed by Simply Tech LTDi and promoted by pricecongress.com as a tool that can provide affordable deals for your online shopping. Regretfully, PriceCongress is not just about the good deals. Instead, PriceCongress will flood your desktop with its called 'Powered by PriceCongress' advertisements that are arbitrary, unwanted, and may not related to your searches. PriceCongress may monitor your browsing habits. To avoid problems that may be caused by PriceCongress and its related advertisement, you should use a reputable anti-adware application to erase PriceCongress from your machine.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Adware

Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock

Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock is a Trojan that belongs to the Win32/Peaac family of threatening Trojans that is installed automatically on the targeted computer. Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock has the potential to transform your machine into a useless piece of junk. Your home page, system codes and registry setting will be modified by Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock. Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock also may block certain programs by removing crucial files and applications, hijack your Web browser, so you will not be able to access security-related websites, monitor the sites you visit, collect information and much more. Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock may spread via corrupted advertisements, freeware or compromised plug-ins. The removal of Trojan:Win32/Peaac.gen!A!plock should be done upon detection using a proven and updated anti-malware product.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Trojans

TinyWallet

TinyWallet, also known as Tiny Wallet, is a browser add-on or adware that is promoted as a helping tool for your purchases online. TinyWallet may attack the most popular Web browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. TinyWallet may enter a computer bundled with free software and may monitor your online activities. Eliminating TinyWallet from your computer with an anti-malware program is the secure way to terminate all the annoyance caused by TinyWallet.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Adware

ArcardeGiant

ArcardeGiant is adware that modifies your Web browser, so ArcardeGiant can display numerous and inconvenient advertisements and promote various games that will, for sure, interfere with your activities. Computer users affected by ArcardeGiant should be careful with its advertisements. Adware may cause the PC to crash, due to the large amount of system resources adware utilizes in order to accomplish its tasks. A trustworthy anti-adware program will be a necessary help to accomplish the removal of adware.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Adware

Win32/ExpressDownloader.J

Win32/ExpressDownloader.J is a Trojan that can harm the affected computer. As soon as Win32/ExpressDownloader.J is installed, Win32/ExpressDownloader.J will start its harmful activities. Win32/ExpressDownloader.J has the capacity of opening a backdoor on your computer so third parties may access your machine. Win32/ExpressDownloader.J also changes your browser's settings and the image of your desktop's background and causes the computer to slow down considerably. Win32/ExpressDownloader.J is the kind of threat that shouldn't be allowed to stay on an affected computer. Win32/ExpressDownloader.J's removal requires the cooperation of a strong anti-malware tool.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Trojans

Dorrible Ribble

Dorrible Ribble is adware and a browser add-on that redirects you to predetermined webpages. Although Dorrible Ribble by itself is not a threat to your computer, the advertisements Dorrible Ribble displays may cause harm to your computer, since these advertisements was created by third parties. Also, due to some changes Dorrible Ribble makes to your browser, it will be more difficult to navigate on the net normally. The sponsored links or the advertisements displayed restlessly by Dorrible Ribble may interfere with your work; therefore, Dorrible Ribble should be quickly removed from your computer preferably using a good anti-adware product.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Adware

PC Speed Clean

PC Speed Clean is a Possibly Unwanted Program that is promoted as an optimization tool to help users delete registry entries, errors and useless files. PC Speed Clean may find its way into a computer as part of a bundled app in a freeware's installer or the PC user volunteered to download the app from a download website. PC Speed Clean scans the affected PC and displays errors and other problems. If you do not wish to have PC Speed Clean on your computer, you can find and uninstall PC Speed Clean by using Windows Add/Remove Programs or an anti-malware program.

Posted on September 29, 2014 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

SafetySearch

You certainly will not want the kind of safety offered by SafetySearch. SafetySearch is adware or Potentially Unwanted Program that was created by Intriguing Apps. SafetySearch allegedly protects your navigation by issuing alerts when you try to access compromised websites. If it were true, SafetySearch could help you avoid bad infections. Regretfully, all SafetySearch does is to display its sponsored advertisement in the form of coupons, banners, interstitial ads, etc. SafetySearch may collect information and send it to third parties to be used on the improvement of the advertising to be displayed on your machine. Once detected on your computer, SafetySearch should be deleted as soon as the computer user can get the help of an anti-adware tool.

Posted on September 26, 2014 in Adware

DLSecure Toolbar

DLSecure Toolbar is a Web browser extension that includes a toolbar to Internet Explorer, but may affect other popular browsers. DLSecure Toolbar may alter your home page and browser searches and adds a firewall exclusion to invade the targeted computer. DLSecure Toolbar is not a direct threat to your computer, but due to the problems DLSecure Toolbar may bring, DLSecure Toolbar is better off of your machine. The removal of DLSecure Toolbar demands the use of an anti-spyware product that will find and erase all the components installed by DLSecure Toolbar.

Posted on September 26, 2014 in Adware

DownQuick

DownQuick is classified by malware researchers as adware or a Potentially Unwanted Program. Although DownQuick presents itself as a helpful tool, the unwanted advertisements DownQuick displays are very annoying, may affect your work and even cause problems on your system. DownloadQuick may be installed automatically when you download freeware applications from third party providers. The only measure that should be taken to stop the problems caused by DownQuick is to remove DownQuick from your PC using an anti-adware program.

Posted on September 26, 2014 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Browsers+ App+ Pro+ Ads

Browsers+ App+ Pro+ Ads or Ads by Browsers+ App+ Pro+ is adware or a Potentially Unwanted Program designed to advertise PUPs and display unwelcome advertisements. Browsers+ App+ Pro+ Ads most used distribution method is been bundled with freeware. To get back a pleasant browsing experience, it is crucial to remove Browsers+ App+ Pro+ Ads quickly, since Browsers+ App+ Pro+ Ads is the kind of program that as much as it stays on your computer, bigger the harm it may cause. template:aliases]

Posted on September 26, 2014 in Potentially Unwanted Programs
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