Posted: January 29, 2015 | Category: Adware
HighDP is an adware-related application that is mostly distributed by using various marketing techniques. In the majority of cases, users may unintentionally install HighDP when they have downloaded a free software that often comes bundled with PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) and adware. If HighDP is installed on your computer, you may notice unwanted commercial advertisements such as banners, coupons, and pop-ups. In addition, your computer's performance might decrease since adware-supported programs such as HighDP are known to consume PC resources.

All Linux Systems Threatened by GHOST Glibc CVE-2015-0235 Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Hackers
Computer system vulnerabilities are abundant in numbers and hackers are always on the outlook to exploit them in ways that garnishes them a payday of sorts. In recent vulnerability findings from a Linux distributor Red Hat advisory, a critical flaw was found in glibc, the GNU C library, affecting all Linux systems dating back to 2000. Linux was once known as the go-to operating system for stability unsurpassed by Windows. Linux was an OS with clean programming and least susceptible to malware attacks or vulnerabilities. Now, due to the discovery by Red Hat, has a vulnerability that may...


Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Lp.playerpage138.info is one of those questionable domains caused by adware infections. Users might have been infected with the adware behind Lp.playerpage138.info pop-ups by downloading free software that is often bundled with third party applications; freeware often tends to be bundled with Potentially Unwanted Programs or adware). Once it has infiltrated your system, adware may cause annoying pop-ups by Lp.playerpage138.info that display all kinds of advertising content. Additionally, users need to be careful as Lp.playerpage138.info pop-ups might cause redirects to unwanted websites...


Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
MP1ayerV2.1 is a Potentially Unwanted Program that is often distributed using diverse marketing techniques. Users may acquire adware-related applications such as MP1ayerV2.1 by falling for misleading promises, only to find out that MP1ayerV2.1 may pose a threat to your computer. In case you did not download MP1ayerV2.1, it is likely that it came bundled with other freeware and installed as you clicked from one step to the next. MP1ayerV2.1 might inject several unwanted commercial ads such as banners and coupons that are based on your browsing history. Ad-supported applications like...


Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Adware
Shoppy-Up, as the name suggests, is an application that is created to make your online shopping activities much easier and faster. However, this is not only what this software claims to do. In reality, Shoppy-Up is an adware-related program that installs as a browser extension, add-on or plugin under the pretext it helps users by saving time and money. Users may often find programs like Shoppy-Up bundled with other free software as this is a standard adware distribution method. Once infected with an ad-supported application such as Shoppy-Up, users might experience all kinds of online...

Rocket Deal

Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
Rocket Deal is an adware-supported program that is created to display intrusive online advertisements on targeted computers. Ways of distribution for such applications are numerous and no matter how, it is not pleasant if you get infected. Rocket Deal might bring you many inconveniences and prevent you from having a normal browsing experience. Rocket Deal adware might collect a user's browsing history and habits. Collected data is often used for marketing purposes such as marketing campaigns and generating several unwanted commercial advertisements. Ads by Rocket Deal are always...


Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Adware
PrestoSavings is adware that injects its personal advertising content into each Web page loaded by your browser. These advertisement injections may hinder your regular use of a website by interfering with menu navigation or content accessibility, and may cause problems with other browser add-ons associated with password management. These unwarranted browser issues, combined with the questionable safety of PrestoSavings's chosen advertising affiliates, has forced malware researchers to endorse deleting PrestoSavings with appropriate security software. The Firefox Presto Problem Long...


Posted: January 28, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Weberty.org is a phishing site that may engage in unethical methods for the purpose of collecting information or money from its victims and specializes in technical support misleading strategies. Malware experts also have seen attacks by browser hijacking threats promoting Weberty.org pop-ups, and you should respond to any repeated, non-consensual contact with Weberty.org as being equivalent to an attack against your PC. Besides preventing any unneeded interaction with Weberty.org or its company, you also should scan your PC with anti-malware tools able to remove any threat responsible for...


Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
In case your computer displays pop-ups by Turbosoft24.vidupdate.net, your system might be at risk. Computer security experts advise users not to fall for Turbosoft24.vidupdate.net fake software update requests as they are designed to scare users, and thus make them pay for non-existing problems. Turbosoft24.vidupdate.net adware might alter some of your main browser settings and cause constant redirects to potentially infected websites. Often, redirects are not only annoying but are also capable of attracting more infections.


Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Lp2.playerpage109.info is one of those annoying pop-ups that is a sign of adware infection or a Potentially Unwanted Program installation. Users may acquire such potentially unwanted products or adware-related software by downloading free programs that may be bundled with potentially harmful software. Once infected, your system displays Lp2.playerpage109.info pop-ups inviting you to contact their support. The call itself may be free, but adware creators might exaggerate of your system's state by claiming there are more problems and would require payment in order to fix them.


Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Securitylog.systems pop-up is typically a result of PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) installation or adware infection. Once users start seeing pop-up alerts by Securitylog.systems, this is a clear sign that their system may be infected with adware or PUPs. Securitylog.systems pop-ups may differ, yet typically it states that your computer has been infected, and you need to contact their support. Calling Securitylog.systems support hotline may only cost you money since the supposed 'find further infections' results are not genuine at all.


Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
If your computer has been infected with adware or a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program), the result may be an annoying new tab by Filestorage72.info. Whenever a user opens their web browser (in most cases Google Chrome), a new tab appears and asks for a software update. Fake software update requests may differ, but in most cases, Filestorage72.info asks for a Flash Player update that is not necessary at all. In case users fall for this trick, it is highly likely that more infections would damage your system. Plenty of unwanted commercial ads might be displayed while web browsing and your...

Positive Finds

Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Adware
Positive Finds is classified a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) with adware capabilities. Typically, applications such as Positive Finds are known to be distributed using a variety of marketing approaches; it includes bundling with other free software. Once infected with Positive Finds, it installs a browser extension or add-on that is designed to render multiple unwanted commercial advertisements. The adware-related extension Positive Finds is created to help users in their online shopping activities by presenting price comparison, daily deals and offers. Ads by Positive Finds are known...


Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Urgentcomputerfix.net is one of those annoying pop-ups that is typically a result of an adware infection. Users might be prompted with pop-ups by Urgentcomputerfix.net if they have installed a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). It is possible to get infected with Urgentcomputerfix.net pop-ups if you have downloaded and installed third party software that, in many cases comes, bundled with adware or PUPs. If you see Urgentcomputerfix.net pop-ups, it is highly likely you may get several advertisements offering 'useful' products or fake, misleading alerts. Your web browser settings might be...


Posted: January 27, 2015 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
Solvemypc.club is an adware-related domain that creates pop-up messages designed to scare users into thinking that their computer has been infected. In the majority of cases, when users download adware application or a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) users might be prompted with pop-ups from sites like Solvemypc.club. Such applications are mostly delivered bundled with other free software. Once infected, users might see annoying advertisements, observe decreased computer performance, alteration of homepage and default search engine. Solvemypc.club's message says that they need to call...

KP Search Bear

Posted: January 26, 2015 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
KP Search Bear is yet another Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware capabilities. Adware-related applications such as KP Search Bear often pose as useful products to enhance your browsing activities, but in reality, they are created to generate revenue for third parties. In order to generate revenue for adware creators, KP Search Bear presents hundreds of unwanted commercial advertisements that are based on collected data. Ad-supported products such as KP Search Bear may read, modify and collect all kinds of information for users from browsing queries to often visited websites....


Posted: January 26, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Servicehomeocean.info pop-ups are the annoying result of an adware infection on your system or result of a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) installation. Typically, adware and PUPs are distributed using various marketing methods, from possibly infected e-mail attachments through potentially harmful domains and pay-per-install-based bundles. Once you've acquired such an application, users might be prompted with Servicehomeocean.info pop-ups asking for a software update. In addition, Servicehomeocean.info adware might replace your existing homepage and default search engine in order to...

Passion Fruit Rewards

Posted: January 26, 2015 | Category: Adware
Passion Fruit Rewards is yet another adware containing a browser extension. Potentially Unwanted applications such as Passion Fruit Rewards may be installed on your system using a marketing bundling technique. When users download a free software, it may be bundled with another free application that pretends to be useful and is included automatically in the download manager. In the majority of cases, this is the main way for you to get infected with adware. It is also possible for users to be tricked that Passion Fruit Rewards is as useful as advertised and download it themselves. Passion...


Posted: January 26, 2015 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10
Simplevideodownloader.net is a bothering pop-up message that is a result of an adware infection or a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). Users often get infected with such applications by downloading free software that is often bundled with adware or PUPs. Simplevideodownloader.net pop-ups are just a part of an adware infection and may present plenty of annoying, online advertisements. In order to convince users to download more potentially unwanted content, Simplevideodownloader.net asks users to download a certain software update. Security experts advise users not to download anything...


Posted: January 26, 2015 | Category: Adware
BingTracker is another adware application that installs a browser extension, plugin or add-on. Ad-supported extensions such as BingTracker are also classified as PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) as they have a questionable way of distribution. Typically, adware such as BingTracker is distributed in a pay-per-install-based bundle, so users install both products without paying attention to the potentially malicious one. Once BingTracker infiltrates your system, you may start seeing plenty of advertisements generated by BingTracker that say 'Powered by BingTracker', 'Brought to you by...
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