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Browser Hijacker

Finishupworld Virus

Finishupworld Finishupworld is a rogue page-redirecting software for Firefox, Chrome, and other popular browsers aimed at turning the browser into a site-promoting platform. If Finishupworld gets attached to your browser, the search engine and the...

Browser Hijacker

Phone Extension Virus

Phone Extension Even if an app such as Phone Extension is advertised as useful tool that can be added to your Firefox or Chrome browser, it really isn’t advisable to trust this piece of software and to allow it to operated from inside your...

Trojan

FastPcProf

  *Source of claim SH can remove it. Fastpcprof FastPcProf is malicious software that may infect your computer without your knowledge and insert other malware into it. There are so many ways in which the FastPcProf virus can get distributed...

Browser Hijacker

Safesystems Virus

Safesystems Safesystems is a browser-hijacking app that targets the browsers of Windows computers and aims to promote different sites on their pages. Safesystems advertises the sites of its sponsors by automatically page-redirecting the browser to...

Trojan

Formgrabber disconnected

  Formgrabber Trojans are the most dangerous and complex forms of malware you might face. Speaking of them, Formgrabber is a relatively recent Trojan horse virus, that has been causing trouble for a growing number of web users and needs to be...

Mobile Threats

Apphomeforbests.com Virus

Apphomeforbests.com For many Android users, it is quite common to unknowingly install a browser-hijacking app such as Apphomeforbests.com onto their device, since most programs of this kind are distributed with other attractive applications. Once...

Security News

News

CISA update adds ten new commonly exploited vulnerabilities

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) updated its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities (KEV) Catalog with ten new vulnerabilities. The update, which was published on Friday, includes a critical issue in Delta Electronics’...

News

Roaming Mantis targets french Android and iPhone users

Several months after it extended its reach to target European countries, the mobile threat campaign known as Roaming Mantis has been connected to a new wave of breaches focused against French mobile phone users. Sekoia said in a report that the...

News Bulletin

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