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Malwarebytes compromised by SolarWinds hackers

The US-based Cyber Security Firm Malwarebytes was compromised by SolarWinds Hackers. This news was disclosed on Tuesday in a publication by the co-founder and CEO of the company, Marcin Kleczynski. The cybersecurity company said the same criminal...


DeroHE ransomware distributed through IOBit forums

Over the weekend, members of the IObit forums have reported that that they have received a phishing email awarding forum members “a free 1-year license” with a download link. As per the available details in forums, the message was signed...


Altered COVID-19 Vaccine details

Hackers altered stolen COVID vaccine papers A cyber-attack on the European Union’s medical agency that was revealed last month, allowed hackers to steal information on COVID-19 vaccines, alter it, and then make it available online. According...


SolarLeaks offers the data that has been stolen

SolarLeaks.net A new website identified as “SolarLeaks” offers data believed to have been looted by companies that were compromised by the SolarWinds attack. Last month, SolarWinds was disclosed to have experienced a sophisticated cyber...


Researchers connect the Sunburst attack to Kazuar malware.

New research on the SolarWinds’ software breach has shown some relation between the backdoor used in the attack and a malware strain that has previously been identified. Security professionals have reported that they have found some features...

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GDIView Virus

GDIView GDIView is malicious software that can infect most computers and manipulate critical OS files and processes without being detected. Viruses such as GDIView are classified as Trojans and are spread primarily through disguise, thus, they...

Mobile Threats


Thansendmaterial Thansendmaterial is a browser hijacker program that typically invades Android systems when users install application packages containing additional components. The aggressive ad generated and page-directing behavior of the program...

Mobile Threats

Peachlandcn iPhone

Peachlandcn Peachlandcn is a browser hijacking application that attached itself to the web browsers on Apple iOS devices. Peachlandcn will usually result in strongly noticeable changes to your overall browsing experience. Browser hijackers like...


1BViDFqW1FfzAw31zqM1ifJTp3RyYmdgkf Bitcoin Email

1BViDFqW1FfzAw31zqM1ifJTp3RyYmdgkf A lot of online hackers (or at least, that’s what they claim to be) try to blackmail different users all over the Internet into making a ransom payment in a bitcoin wallet like...

Mobile Threats

25twenty Day Malware Android

25twenty Apps like 25twenty are beyond irritating whether they get loaded on your mobile or any other Android device. If you want to remove this browser hijacker from your smartphone or tablet, we invite you to read the next few lines. 25twenty is...


Cring Ransomware

Cring Cring is malware created with criminal intentions that takes personal data hostage and applies advanced encryption to it. After doing so, Cring presents a ransom alert on its victims’ screens and informs them that their data will be...

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HowToRemove.Guide is proud to present its merger with TinySoftware.com. TinySoftware.com is a security website dedicated to firewall protection, security solutions and vulnerability detection. In the past we have worked with the team at TinySoftware.com to effectively help users who have reached out to us with malware infections concerning website servers and entire company networks.

HowToRemove.Guide is a website dedicated to helping thousands of malware-infected users every day through self-help removal guides. Recently we expanded into general security, software reviews and backups, while the folks at TinySoftware.com became increasingly interested in the consumer malware removal niche.

This has allowed both parties to quickly realize that a partnership can benefit everyone – and the users most of all. The experience and expertise TinySoftware.com brings to the table will allow us to rapidly improve the technical help we bring to our users, which will in turn lead to better service we hope we hope will turn into a community. The services and pages on TinySoftware.com will remain on this website and will be accessible to all users who need them.