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WebDiscover Browser

WebDiscover Browser screenshot

WebDiscover Browser is an adware threat developed by a Canada-based company named WebDiscover Media. Once installed on a PC, the malicious app makes a series of unwanted changes to all browsers installed on the computer, leading to a deteriorating online surfing experience. WebDiscover replaces the default home pages and search engines of affected Internet browsers with its own WebDiscover Homepage and WebDiscover Search, respectively. Furthermore, the malicious app modifies the “new tab” settings so that the corrupted browsers launch the malware's own search portal page when the user opens a new tab. Chrome users may not even recognize WebDiscover as an unwanted program and think they...

Posted on July 3, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

How to Fix Mac Error Code 43 When Copying Files

How to Fix Mac Error Code 43 When Copying Files screenshot

Getting an OS system error message while working on a project can be quite an unpleasant surprise. Whether relating to MS Windows, or Mac OS, such a bug is always bound to disrupt your normal computer work. While some errors tend to be system-specific, others can affect both Windows and Mac-based systems, albeit designating totally different problems. The so-called Code 43 error message, for example, is primarily associated with device driver problems in Windows PCs, on the one hand, and file transfer issues on Mac machines, on the other. If you are using Windows and looking for a way to fix this specific error, click here for a guide with possible solutions. If you are a Mac user,...

Posted on January 30, 2019 in Computer Security

APT Attack Spreads Malware Using Coronavirus Theme

APT Attack Spreads Malware Using Coronavirus Theme screenshot

The APT (Advanced Persistent Threat) group was spotted sending out spear-phishing emails that allegedly have detailed information about COVID-19, a.k.a. Coronavirus, but instead, they infect the victims with a custom remote access Trojan (RAT). The group is using the coronavirus pandemic to infect unsuspecting victims with a previously unseen malware. The malware is dubbed 'Vicious Panda' by researchers, with the attackers using it in a campaign at the moment. Researchers managed to find two Rich Text Format (RTF) files that were targeting the Mongolian public sector during the outbreak. Once the files are open, a unique and custom-made remote access Trojan is executed. It develops a list...

Posted on March 16, 2020 in Computer Security

WastedLocker Ransomware

Ransomware threats often target unsuspecting users at random, using different propagation tricks. However, this is not the case with the newly uncovered WastedLocker Ransomware. It would appear that the WastedLocker Ransomware only goes after businesses located in the United States. After security experts studied this new file-locker, they found that it is likely created by the cybercriminals that developed and distributed the notorious Dridex banking Trojan. According to researchers, the con-artists in question have also launched campaigns propagating the BitPaymer Ransomware and the Locky Ransomware. This Week In Malware Ep 13: Evil Corp Hackers Blocked from Deploying WastedLocker Ransomware Recently, authors of ransomware threats have been using a new trick to further pressure their victims into paying the ransom fee. Many...

Posted on June 24, 2020 in Ransomware

Pykw Ransomware

The Pykw Ransomware is a brand-new file-locker that appears to go after users at random. Instead of selecting their victims carefully, the authors of the Pykw Ransomware are trying to propagate this threat as far and wide as possible. The more users it affects, the more likely it is for the Pykw Ransomware creators to generate significant revenue. This new file-locker is a variant of the infamous STOP Ransomware. Propagation and Encryption If you fall victim to the Pykw Ransomware, your system will be scanned and your data located. This is done right before the Pykw Ransomware triggers the encryption process. This nasty Trojan would use a secure encryption algorithm to lock the targeted files. Threats like the Pykw Ransomware usually go after a wide variety of filetypes, which include .mp3, .aac, .midi, .mid, .wav, .mov, .webm, .mp4,...

Posted on June 24, 2020 in Ransomware

IT Ransomware

IT Ransomware is a brand-new data-locking Trojan that appears to be a rather basic project. This file-locker is also known as the CobraLocker Ransomware. Despite not being a very high-end threat, the IT Ransomware is fully capable of causing significant damage to its targets. Unfortunately, the IT Ransomware does not appear to be decryptable for free. Propagation and Encryption Threats like the IT Ransomware often go after a variety of filetypes that are likely to be present on the system of every regular user. This means that the IT Ransomware will not spare any images, documents, presentations, databases, spreadsheets, archives, audio files, videos and other filetypes that are common. As a result of an attack by the IT Ransomware, the majority of your data will be encrypted with a secure encryption algorithm. Every file that gets...

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Ransomware

Win32 malware.gen

Win32 malware.gen screenshot

Win32 Malware.gen is a so-called generic threat - a suspicious file fetched by an anti-virus scan that appears to be malicious but does not match any of the definitions of known malware threats contained in the anti-virus software's database. Therefore, an alert from an anti-malware program for a Win32 Malware.gen detection indicates that there is a 32-bit file on a Windows operating system that should be flagged for further inspection. An infection generally described as Win32 Malware.gen is thus a heuristic detection designed to indicate the presence of some kind of a yet undetermined Trojan horse for Windows PCs. It is also possible that files reported as a Win32 Malware.gen infection...

Posted on July 5, 2010 in Trojans

Top 5 Popular Cybercrimes: How You Can Easily Prevent Them

Over the course of the past few years, hackers and cybercrooks armed with sophisticated malware have stolen literally hundreds of millions of dollars from online banking accounts and individuals all over the world. We have said it many times before in recent articles, the days of robbing banks in person are gone and now it all takes place behind a screen of a computer connected to the Internet. The Internet can be the most useful tool in business, school or every-day life. At the same time, the Internet can make someone's life a living hell in the event that one becomes the next victim of a cybercrime. A large percentage of the world's population that uses computers over the Internet are aware of cybercrime and the consequences that they may face if they succumb to a cybercriminals' trap. Others who have no clue as to the dangers they...

Posted on October 12, 2010 in Computer Security


AntiMalware screenshot

A typical deceptive campaign is disguising harmful threats as legitimate security programs in order to steal money from inexperienced victims. AntiMalware is a particularly short-named version of this campaign, with clones with names such as Active Security and Total Security. AntiMalware uses an interface that is very similar to the Windows Defender and legitimate Microsoft security programs, to make the victim believe that AntiMalware is a legitimate anti-malware application. Observing AntiMalware's design, you will quickly spot authentic-looking Windows and Microsoft Security Essentials logos as well as a layout that may seem familiar to most users of legitimate Microsoft Security...

Posted on November 9, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

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Whobabsaim.com is the domain name of an empty page that has no content to offer its visitors. This is why there is no reason for you to waste your time with it. The Whobabsaim.com page uses a tactic called 'Please Click Allow to Continue' to mislead users into subscribing to its Web browser push-notifications. Upon launching the Whobabsaim.com site, you will see a bogus security check. The Whobabsaim.com page states that if you wish to be granted access to its content, you have to establish evidence that you are not a robot by clicking on the 'Allow' button. However, this is not the case. Users who agree with clicking the 'Allow' button, as the site demands, will subscribe to the page's Web browser notifications. This will result in spam advertisements initiated by the Whobabsaim.com page inevitably. Some advertisements are likely to...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


The administrators of the Pearanted.club website use a tactic known as 'Please Click Allow to Continue' to trick users into permitting the site to send push-notifications. This is an old trick that countless dodgy pages online use to spam users with advertisements and generate revenue. Once you launch the Pearanted.club site, you will be saluted by a fake security check. The Pearanted.club website claims that unless you pass the security test, you will not be allowed to access the content hosted on the site. However, it is worth mentioning that the Pearanted.club website does not host any content, so you should not waste your time with it. If you act as instructed by the Pearanted.club page and click on the 'Allow' button, you will subscribe to the site's push-notifications. The Pearanted.club website will begin spamming you with...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


The Counterms.club website has no content of value to offer its users, so you are advised against visiting this dodgy page. The Counterms.club site may claim to provide exciting content to trick users into visiting it. However, you can be sure that this is not the case. When you open the Counterms.club website, you will see a fraudulent CAPTCHA prompt demanding that you click on the 'Allow' button on your screen. The Counterms.club page claims that users who follow the site's instructions will prove their legitimacy. However, this is a lie. Clicking the 'Allow' button will make you subscribe to the Web browser notifications of the Counterms.club website automatically. This can become quite a nuisance having in mind that the Counterms.club site will use the permission to flood you with unwanted advertisements that promote all types of...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Browser Hijackers


The SearchPDFConverterHD application is a dodgy utility that targets Windows users. After analyzing the SearchPDFConverterHD application, malware researchers have listed it as a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). Instead of providing users with high-quality service, the SearchPDFConverterHD application's goal is to hijack their Web browsers. Once you install the SearchPDFConverterHD application on your computer, this dubious utility will make changes to your Web browser's settings to set up an affiliated website as your default new tab page. The site associated with the activity of the SearchPDFConverterHD application is called Feed.searchpdfconverterhd.com. This website hosts a basic search engine that is unlikely to offer you high-quality service. Some of the results delivered by this basic search aggregator may be unreliable. The...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Potentially Unwanted Programs


The CentralLot utility is an application that is only compatible with Mac computers. The end goal of the CentralLot application is not to provide you with useful features of helpful tools. Instead, the purpose of the CentralLot application is to promote an affiliated search engine. When you install the CentralLot utility, the application will go behind your back to modify your Web browser's settings to set up the 'CentralLot Search' search aggregator as your default search engine. This way, the CentralLot application aids the search engine in generating revenue and traffic. This is a very primary search engine that is not likely to offer you high-quality service. Furthermore, the 'CentralLot Search' search aggregator may not provide you with the most credible results of your search queries. The CentralLot application may be rather...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Mac Malware

'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' Email Scam

Online tactics have existed since the dawn of the Internet and conmen keeping finding new ways to extort innocent users. One of the most well-used tactics is known as 'sextortion.' Among the latest examples of a 'sextortion' scheme is the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam. The users targeted by the 'I am a professional coder and i hacked your device' email scam would receive an email that claims that their systems have been hacked. Furthermore, the con artists claim that they have injected a threat in their systems that has allowed them to gain access to their device's camera. To make matters worse, they state that had used your Web camera to record footage of you while you were browsing adult entertainment websites. Thankfully, this is a lie. The conmen responsible for the 'I am a professional coder and i...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Adware

'Browser started out operating as a RDP having a keylogger' Email Scam

There are numerous conmen online who use emails as a vector to propagate various online tactics. One recent example of this is the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam. The con-artists behind the 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam use various social engineering techniques to intimidate their targets and get them to perform certain actions that they otherwise would not. The 'Browser started out operating as an RDP having a keylogger' email scam contains a message that states that the email sender has obtained your password and have modified your Web browser to use it as a keylogging module. The fraudsters add that the keylogger has been collecting your keystrokes while browsing adult videos to make their threat even more intimidating. The con-artists are likely to...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Ransomware

TCPRX Ransomware

The TCPRX Ransomware is a new Dharma Ransomware variant that would sneak into your computer and begin encrypting all your files. Cybercriminals who distribute threats like the TCPRX Ransomware aim at blackmailing people into paying a hefty ransom in exchange for a decryption tool. Propagation and Encryption The TCPRX Ransomware may be propagated with the help of phishing emails. If you are among the users targeted by the TCPRX Ransomware or another member of the Dharma Ransomware family, you may have received an email that contains either a corrupted link or a macro-laced attached file. However, cyber crooks often use other distribution methods too, such as torrent trackers, malvertising, fake social media profiles, bogus application downloads, etc. Upon infiltrating your PC, the TCPRX Ransomware will begin locking your files. This...

Posted on July 31, 2020 in Ransomware

'Google Pay' Email Virus

The 'Google Pay' email virus is a new campaign that targets unsuspecting users online. The people behind the 'Google Pay' email virus are using phishing emails to distribute this threat. Phishing emails like the one used in the 'Google Pay' email virus campaign usually appear to contain an important document that needs to be reviewed immediately, such as a CV, tax return information, job offer, etc. In the case of the 'Google Pay' email virus, the con artists use a bogus Google Pay invoice. The users targeted by the 'Google Pay' email virus will receive the bogus Google Pay invoice and be asked to review it immediately. The users who fall for this trick will end up downloading a macro-laced file on their systems. The file in question carries the payload of a threat, which will take over the targeted computer. According to researchers,...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Adware


The SectionBrowser application is a dodgy utility that targets Mac computers. If you think that the SectionBrowser application will provide you with useful services, you are mistaken. The only purpose of this utility is not to offer high-quality features but to hijack your Web browser. Once the SectionBrowser application is installed on your Mac computer, this shady utility will alter your Web browser's setting to set up 'Safe Finder' as your default search engine. This is a basic search aggregator that cannot compete with the high-quality service provided by search engines such as Google, Yahoo, and Bing. Using 'Safe Finder' as your default search engine may not provide you with the organic results of your search queries online. The SectionBrowser utility is designed to help the 'Safe Finder' search aggregator boost its traffic and...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Mac Malware


The ExpertLookupEngine application is a shady program that targets Mac users. The ExpertLookupEngine application is listed as an adware program by malware analysts. ExpertLookupEngine utility is likely to be distributed with the help of various freeware bundles, misleading advertisements, bogus alerts, pop-ups, etc. When the ExpertLookupEngine utility is installed on your Mac, it will gain persistence on your system by creating a new 'Launch Daemon' and a new 'Device Profile.' Next, the ExpertLookupEngine program will alter your Web browser's configurations to ensure that you are bombarded with advertisements every time you try to browse the Web. Some of the advertisements associated with the activity of the ExpertLookupEngine adware program may promote dodgy products and low-quality services. This is what makes the users be advised...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Mac Malware


Funinabiwe.club is a website that runs a tactic online that is very popular. This online con is often referred to as 'Please Click Allow to Continue.' Unfortunately, you will find no useful content on the Funinabiwe.club page. The only goal of this low-quality website is to hijack the Web browser notifications of its visitors. Once you open the Funinabiwe.club site, you will see a bogus robot check at the top of your screen. Users are required to click on the 'Allow' button to prove their legitimacy. However, this is a trick designed to mislead users into allowing the Funinabiwe.club website to send them Web browser push-notifications. Permitting dodgy sites like the Funinabiwe.club page to send you Web browser notifications will result in advertisement-spam. The Funinabiwe.club site generates revenue by spamming users with unwanted...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Browser Hijackers

'MAC/iOS Defender Alert' Pop-Ups

The 'MAC/iOS Defender Alert' pop-ups are an online tactic that appears to target Apple users exclusively. These bogus pop-ups are usually hosted on dodgy websites whose administrators are experienced con-artists. The purpose of the 'MAC/iOS Defender Alert' pop-ups is to mislead users into believing that their Macs, iPhones, or iPads have been targeted by cybercriminals. If you browse sites that host illicit TV shows and movie streams, dodgy gambling platforms, adult videos, and other shady page habitually, you are more likely to stumble upon the 'MAC/iOS Defender Alert' pop-ups. Users who come across the 'MAC/iOS Defender Alert' pop-ups will see a large message on their screens that is designed to intimidate them. The conmen are using a large red font to get the point across that there is a serious threat targeting the user. Some users...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Mac Malware

Total Antivirus 2020

Online conmen have created yet another rogue anti-malware application. The name of this new rogue utility is Total Antivirus 2020. The fraudsters have adopted the name of a legitimate product known as Total Antivirus 2020 or TotalAV. However, you can rest assured that the rogue Total Antivirus 2020 has nothing to do with the developers of legitimate security utility. The bogus Total Antivirus 2020 is likely distributed with the help of fraudulent advertisments, dodgy Web browser pop-ups, fake application downloads, etc. The conmen who developed the rogue Total Antivirus 2020 have used rather outdated design, which may raise the suspicion of their targets who may spot that something is not quite right. Once the fake Total Antivirus 2020 is installed on your PC, it will make sure to gain persistence on your system by modifying the...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Taurus Stealer

Taurus Stealer is the name of a new infosteal that is offered as a commodity online. The authors of the Taurus Stealer appear to be offering this threat for $100, which makes the threat very accessible as the price is not set too high. According to cybersecurity experts, the Taurus Stealer creators are the same ones behind the 'Predator the Thief' threat. The Taurus Stealer is rather threatening not only because of its relatively low price but also because it is a fairly feature-rich threat. Recently, the Taurus Stealer has been distributed via phishing email campaigns such as the 'Google Pay' Email Virus. The Taurus Stealer does not work in certain countries. The countries on the Taurus Stealer's blacklist all appear to be ex-Soviet states – Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Georgia, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and others. It...

Posted on July 30, 2020 in Stealers
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