Adware Generic_r.KF

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Adware Generic_r.KF is adware that may show pop-up ads, offers, discount coupons, and sponsored links via a pop-up box on shopping-related websites or other websites that are visited by computer users. The pop-up ads of Adware Generic_r.KF may be delivered as boxes, which may carry numerous discount coupons, sales, deals and offers, which, if clicked, may unwillingly redirect PC users to questionable websites that may be created for commercial intentions. Adware Generic_r.KF may insert an add-on, plug-in or browser extension for Web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and...

Adware Generic_r.KI

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Adware Generic_r.KI is considered to be adware that may show unwanted and disturbing pop-up advertisements on the computer associated with the PC user's Web browsing habits and interests. These pop-up advertisements shown by Adware Generic_r.KI may contain web-links that may take PC users to tricky or suspicious websites that may be produced for advertising purposes. Adware Generic_r.KI may distribute and install other malware infections on the PC. Adware Generic_r.KI may trace the PC user's Internet surfing actions and, after installing itself on the Windows PC, collect the computer...

Trojan Horse Generic17.AMPT

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 9/10
Trojan Horse Generic17.AMPT is a generic Trojan detection that may be linked to worms or backdoor Trojans, as well as to threatening software that disguises its files as Windows components. While malware researchers cannot verify the consequences of individual Trojan Horse Generic17.AMPT infections, likely attacks may include attempts to infect removable devices (or networks) or compromise online security in ways that grant third parties access to the machine. Deleting Trojan Horse Generic17.AMPT with anti-malware products always is commendable in any situation where Trojan Horse...

Trojan horse Generic36.FGM

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Trojans | Threat Level: 9/10
Trojan horse Generic36.FGM is a general warning for files that exhibit threat-like behavior. Because Trojan horse Generic36.FGM also may occur in a 'false positive' format, malware researchers recommend isolating, but refraining from deleting Trojan horse Generic36.FGM files until you can confirm their true nature. Confirmations by other anti-malware products can be used to determine whether or not Trojan horse Generic36.FGM is threatening for your computer, and inaccurate warnings for Trojan horse Generic36.FGM infections are ignorable with no drawbacks for your PC's safety. Pinning...

Adware Generic_r.KE

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Adware Generic_r.KE is a heuristic detection for adware programs, which may include programs that generate pop-ups, inject links into your Web browser or try to control your Web-browsing activities in multiple ways. While malware experts have associated Adware Generic_r.KE with various applications, they saw recent Adware Generic_r.KE attacks in April of this year, with the related software refusing to uninstall itself through standard procedures. Given the range of circumstances where one might struggle with Adware Generic_r.KE problems, using dedicated anti-adware and anti-malware...

Www_getwindowinfo/.com

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Www_getwindowinfo.com is an invalid domain that malware researchers have seen in association with Potentially Unwanted Programs and improperly-configured browser hijackers. Although Www_getwindowinfo.com has no content that could endanger your browser, programs capable of redirecting you to Www_getwindowinfo.com or otherwise forcing your browser to launch Www_getwindowinfo.com may be capable of other attacks that harm your PC's security. Deleting Www_getwindowinfo.com hijackers and other, related programs from your PC is encouraged, preferably through suitable anti-malware solutions....

Keylogger.PredatorPain

Posted: April 30, 2014 | Category: Keyloggers | Threat Level: 8/10
Keylogger.PredatorPain is a spyware program that collects information from your PC, including account data. Most notably seen being distributed through email-based attacks, Keylogger.PredatorPain may infect further systems through removable hard drives (such as USB thumb drives) and may remain active while trying to hide itself from the user. Malware experts recommend using anti-malware programs to find and remove Keylogger.PredatorPain, which has very few symptoms, but is a multipurpose, multiple-component threat. The Predator that Preys on Your Accounts With Trojan Zeus...

SavingMachine

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Savingmachine is a browser plug-in that may integrate itself into Web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The browser extension of SavingMachine may propagate and enter a PC as an additional application bundled with other free software). After installation, SavingMachine may generate and display non-stop commercial advertisements such as banner, interstitial, or in-text advertisements. SavingMachine may monitor the PC user's online browsing activity and record Internet surfing information. SavingMachine's add-on may state to enhance the experience of...

Best Coupons

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Best Coupons ads also known as Best Coupons!, is adware/a potentially unwanted program that, after installation on a computer system may make changes to the computer system and affect all web browsers installed on the PC. Best Coupons may create and displaying non-stop pop-up ads with the text 'Ads by Best Coupons!' carrying best discount coupons, sales, offers and deals for online shopping. Best Coupons may also repeatedly reroute computer users to unknown websites that may be commercial and aim to benefit from increased website's page rank, the number of visitors and similar...

SaveTogo

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
SaveTogo is adware that may hijack the PC user's online searches by modifying search results in any genuine search provider with web-links rerouting PC users to unreliable websites. Once on the computer system, SaveTogo may embed an unwanted plug-in, browser extension or add-on for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer Web browsers when PC users install other free software. When computer users install any free tools, they may also install SaveTogo as an extra program on their computer systems. After installation, SaveTogo may take over the web search box on many social...

Seagame.org

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Seagame.org is a suspicious Turkish gaming website that through the use of associated adware and browser hijackers may display annoying pop-up advertisements and notifications on the computer system. Seagame.org may also be used by adware authors to advertise their products and services. Security infections linked to Seagame.org may show disturbing ads possibly marketing a variety of paid counterfeit security applications and other PUPs (potentially unwanted programs) and useless apps. Upon installation on the PC, adware and browser hijackers pertaining to Seagame.org may modify the...

Deal4me

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) | Threat Level: 2/10
Deal4me is an advertising add-on for your Web browser. Although Deal4me's advertisements may provide some legitimate advantages to your online shopping experience, malware researchers also classify them as possible risks to your online safety. You should consider deleting Deal4me and all similar adware add-ons prior to any other responses to this software, even if you happened to install Deal4me deliberately. On the other hand, since Deal4me's distribution methods are known to include bundled installers, you also may see Deal4me on your Web browser even if you did not request Deal4me, in...

Regular Deals

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) | Threat Level: 2/10
Regular Deals is an unwanted web browser extension that may be installed on a computer system without a PC user's consent or as an optional program bundled with free software that computer users can download and install from questionable download websites. Regular Deals may lead to various problems when computer users surf online. Regular Deals may create and show intrusive in-text hyperlink ads and pop-up ads carrying various deals, offers and discount coupons for online shopping to flood the PC on the websites he visits, and may result in search provider redirect problems when the PC...

RemoVeThEAdAPp

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 1/10
RemoVeThEAdAPp is threatening software, or a threat, which disguises itself as an advertisement-blocker add-on for your Web browser. However, installing RemoVeThEAdAPp does not provide the marketed features and merely endangers your Web browser by allowing RemoVeThEAdAPp to redirect you to threatening websites. Since malware researchers rate the probability of RemoVeThEAdAPp redirects leading to other threats as being high, you should act to delete RemoVeThEAdAPp with any appropriate anti-malware products as soon as any redirects, or other symptoms of RemoVeThEAdAPp attacks, are noted....

Tab.lightningnewtab.com

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Tab.lightningnewtab.com is a site that markets LightningNewTab, a Chrome extension that has been classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program. Although Tab.lightningnewtab.com is not a threatening website, Tab.lightningnewtab.com does distribute software with a known refusal to uninstall itself on request, and may be tied to unwanted changes to your Web browser. Whatever its actual intentions or business plan might be, Tab.lightningnewtab.com should be considered a threat to your PC's security whenever Tab.lightningnewtab.com appears in repeated pop-ups, redirects or other forms of browser...

S.m2pub.com

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
S.m2pub.com is a domain associated with various pop-up advertisements, including, most abusively, fraudulent software updates that could install threats. Although S.m2pub.com currently only is identified as threatening by a small subset of the overall PC security industry, it's confirmed involvement in what amounts to attacks against viewers of its content cause malware researchers to urge a complete avoidance of contact with S.m2pub.com. Symptoms of S.m2pub.com hijackers, such as pop-ups or redirects, should be treated with reliable anti-malware products that can remove the unwanted...

US Department of Homeland Security Warns Users to Stop Using Internet Explorer Due to Serious Bug

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Internet Security
Internet Explorer has been the brunt of the latest vulnerability where all versions are susceptible to allowing hackers to install malware onto computers through a bug all without the user from ever knowing. This threat has extracted warnings all over the Internet from several security firms as well as The Department of Homeland Security. The Department of Homeland Security sent out a warning to Americans to stop using Internet Explorer until a fix for the current bug has been released and applied by Microsoft. This warning comes fresh off of the heels of other well-known Internet...

ConservativeTalkNow Toolbar

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
The ConservativeTalkNow Toolbar is a homepage and search engine hijacker that malware researchers have listed as a Potentially Unwanted Program. Although the ConservativeTalkNow Toolbar does include some minor interface changes that you might find advantageous, the ConservativeTalkNow Toolbar also makes modifications to your Web browser with the intent of promoting affiliated sites that have been found to have poor reputations. Because there are few serious advantages to the ConservativeTalkNow Toolbar and some not insignificant disadvantages, malware researchers recommend removing the...

Citysearch Toolbar

Posted: April 29, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Citysearch Toolbar is an unwanted browser extension, which may be installed on the Web browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Citysearch Toolbar may promote itself as a program that helps PC users save time and money while shopping online. Citysearch Toolbar may appear as a useful application but, in truth, it may use tricky techniques to integrate itself into the PC. Citysearch Toolbar may usually propagate and be installed on the computer system through packed free software without the PC user's permission or as an optional application packaged with...

Waleisa

Posted: April 28, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Waleisa is known to be adware/a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that was created to show intrusive pop-up ads and notifications on the computer for commercial purposes that is to generate advertising income from advertisement clicks. Waleisa may show the web page box with the text 'Best Web Browsing Technology - waleisa!' on the PC. Once installed on the PC, Waleisa may insert an unwanted Web browser extension, add-on or plug-in which may be used for displaying random pop-up advertisements and messages or the ones associated with the PC user's browsing habits. Waleisa may propagate...
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