is suspected to be a malicious website that is best avoided. Should you visit, you could end up getting unwanted viruses on your computer. The website is not completely trusted, due to the potential risks involved while visiting the site. To be on the safe side, stay away from

Posted on October 14, 2009 in Rogue Websites is a potential danger to your computer. may infect your computer with sneaky malware when you visit the site. may also run a fake scan and display fabricated results, in an attempt to persuade a user to purchase rogue security software. It is recommended that you get a good security tool to remove and its associated files.

Posted on October 14, 2009 in Rogue Websites is a browser hijacker that works hand in hand with Alpha Antivirus, a fake anti-spyware program. has the ability to modify your browser settings, redirecting your searches to "" itself. Visiting will launch the excessive displays of fake system scans and malware notifications. Conveniently, a fix in the form of Alpha Antivirus is readily made available to the alarmed user. Purchasing Alpha Antivirus is not an option; it is a harmful rogue program. All users are advised to stay away from the malicious website.

Posted on October 14, 2009 in Rogue Websites

Adobe Updates Available to Fix Reader Vulnerability (CVE-2009-3459) and Other Critical Flaws

Adobe Systems Inc. has released a new version of Adobe PDF Reader and Acrobat that fixes upwards of 29 security vulnerabilities, including the recent vulnerability CVE-2009-3459 that allowed cybercriminals the ability to drop a backdoor and obtain full control of a vulnerable computer. Earlier versions of Adobe Reader and Acrobat 9.1.3 had several vulnerabilities within them that could potentially lead to a system being compromised by a remote attacker. Cybercrooks were already using the CVE-2009-3459 vulnerability within the free version of Adobe Reader to take control of the compromised computers. For those users who need to utilize an older version of Reader or Acrobat, are advised to use special instructions for updating to a certain version. Adobe has provided the full details on their site. Computer users are highly recommended...

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Computer Security

Adobe Reader Vulnerability (CVE-2009-3459) Allows Hackers to Insert Backdoors on Computers

In the middle of the last week, Adobe Systems Inc. security notifications reported on a vulnerability (CVE-2009-3459) that has been repeatedly discovered in Adobe Reader and Acrobat. Adobe states that cyber criminals are exploiting an unpatched threat with an aim to obtain full control of a vulnerable user's system. Adobe also states that it is planning to patch that serious security issue in Reader and Acrobat 9.1.3, Adobe Reader 8.1.6 and Acrobat 8.1.6 for Windows, Mac and Unix next Tuesday, the exact date of the previously scheduled patch release of the company for the PDF reader. Online security news has informed that Hackers are able to exploit this particular vulnerability by convincing a user to open a booby-trapped PDF file. By successful exploits, attackers might be enabled to execute arbitrary code in the context of a user,...

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Computer Security


TrustFighter is the latest descendant from a rogueware family called . TrustFighter presents itself as a legitimate malware detection and removal tool in order to trick users into installing it. On entering a system, TrustFighter makes changes to some system files and registry entries to ensure that it runs with every Windows start up. Additionally, TrustFighter is able to modify your web browser settings to redirect you to a malicious third-party website. Fake system scans, constant malware alerts and bothersome pop-ups are all part of TrustFighter's strategy to get gullible users to purchase it. We recommend that you install a recognized anti-spyware program and remove TrustFighter from your computer at your earliest convenience. There are various clones of TrustFighter that include

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program


Mal/Behav-340 is a harmful type of malware that is best to remove from your computer immediately after detection. Mal/Behav-340 may affect the smooth operation of your computer. Should you detect Mal/Behav-340 on your system, use a recognized anti-malware program to remove the infection and its related files.

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Malware


Trojan.Win32.AntiAV is one of those dangerous Trojans that you need to remove from your PC as soon as you detect it. Trojan.Win32.AntiAV is a Windows platform Trojan that surreptitiously runs in the background, while giving a remote attacker access to your PC. Once Trojan.Win32.AntiAV has penetrated your system, it may also disable the anti-virus software you are running. Ensure that you use a reliable security tool to remove Trojan.Win32.AntiAV.

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Trojans


Packed.Win32.Krap.x is a harmful Trojan that comes with stealth techniques that help it remain undetected. Packed.Win32.Krap.x spreads via computer vulnerabilities or contaminated e-mail attachments. Packed.Win32.Krap.x often comes packed with a dangerous rogue anti-spyware application. Therefore, excessive pop-ups and virus alert messages are to be expected. Packed.Win32.Krap.x is a dangerous computer threat that you do not want to keep on your system.

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Trojans


Troj/Bancban-RD is a stealthy Trojan that attempts to download dangerous files from a remote server, onto a compromised computer. Troj/Bancban-RD contains malicious code that may instruct the Trojan to modify the host file in order to redirect access to certain banking sites. Troj/Bancban-RD can cause a lot of damage to both your computer and the private information stored on it. Remove Troj/Bancban-RD from your computer as soon as possible.

Posted on October 13, 2009 in Trojans


Infostealer.Bancos is a Trojan horse especially created to steal sensitive information from banking websites. Infostealer.Bancos is known to disguise itself as a Brazilian bank in order to secretly obtain the passwords of targeted users. Infostealer.Bancos usually spreads itself via contaminated e-mail attachments purportedly from Symantec. Symantec is in no way connected or associated with Infostealer.Bancos. Infostealer.Bancos monitors for when a user visits a banking site similar to the one it is disguised as, then it displays a bogus login page. The captured information is then sent to a remote server. Having Infostealer.Bancos on your computer could result in you loosing a lot of money, so be wise and remove the dangerous trojan from your computer.

Posted on October 12, 2009 in Stealers

Pope Green Defender

Pope Green Defender (PopeGreenDefender) is a pesky rogue anti-spyware program from the family of PerfectDefender2009. Pope Green Defender is spread through downloads directly from its website, by uninformed users. However, Pope Green Defender can also spreads via Trojans or browser exploits. Expect to have your computer scanned and then receive numerous virus alert messages and pop-ups once Pope Green Defender has accessed your system. All scans and virus alerts displayed by Pope Green Defender are fabricated and should not be trusted. The use of a trusted anti-spyware program is highly recommended to detect and remove Pope Green Defender.

Posted on October 12, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

Windows Enterprise Defender

Windows Enterprise Defender screenshot

From the same family as Windows PC Defender, Windows Enterprise Defender is another fake security application out to swindle unsuspecting users out of their money. With the help of other malware, Windows Enterprise Defender is able to secretly penetrate a targeted system. Once inside a system, Windows Enterprise Defender creates malicious files and registry values, enabling the rogue program to run every time you start Windows. Like all fake anti-spyware programs, Windows Enterprise Defender first runs a scan then displays annoying pop-ups informing you that your computer is infected and needs to be cleaned with 'Windows Enterprise Defender' itself. Windows Enterprise Defender is actually...

Posted on October 12, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

Trust Soldier

Trust Soldier screenshot

Trust Soldier (TrustSoldier) is a new rogue security application floating around the web. Trust Soldier belongs to the notorious family of TrustCop, TrustNinja, SecuritySoldier and many others. Trust Soldier is able to enter computer systems with the help of sneaky Trojans or through the exploitation of browser vulnerabilities. A fake scan is run on a compromised computer once Trust Soldier has infiltrated it. Following the scan, various pop-ups and warning messages are displayed informing the users of a dangerous amount of computer infections on the PC. Do not be fooled, Trust Soldier has no malware detection or removal abilities and by no means should you purchase the full version of...

Posted on October 12, 2009 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program


Packed.Win32.TDSS.z is a harmful Trojan horse that can surreptitiously enter a user's system via contaminated e-mails, file-sharing or malicious websites. Packed.Win32.TDSS.z gives remote attackers access to a targeted computer enabling them to steal confidential information or download additional malware. The manual removal of Packed.Win32.TDSS.z could prove difficult due to its self-replicating abilities. It is best to use effective security software to completely remove this threat from your PC.

Posted on October 12, 2009 in Viruses