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Ransomware

Adww Virus

*Adww is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Adww Adww is a cryptovirus from the Ransomware type that is designed to encrypt user data and extort money through blackmail. Typically, Adww will demand a ransom payment from its...

Ransomware

Adlg Virus

*Adlg is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Adlg Adlg is a stealthy computer infection that belongs to the Ransomware family of viruses. Threats of Adlg make their victim’s files inaccessible via encryption and demand...

Mac Virus

Search Light Pro Mac Removal

Search Light Pro Search Light Pro is an unwanted app that redirects the browsers of Mac users to unknown sites that fill the screen with ads. Search Light Pro starts doing this after getting installed in the browser and after it changes the...

Browser Hijacker

Pushyouworld Virus

Pushyouworld Pushyouworld is a potentially unwanted page redirecting application that seeks to transform the main web browser into a website-promoting tool. Pushyouworld can attach to Chrome, Firefox, Edge and other browsers and possibly substitute...

Browser Hijacker

Go go Tech Virus

*Source of claim SH can remove it.. Go go Tech Go go Tech is a rogue software that can enforce unwanted changes to popular browsers such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and more. The main goal of Go go.tech is to use the targeted browser as an ad...

Browser Hijacker

Cool Web Search Virus

Cool Web Search Cool Web Search is a browser-redirecting application that will cover your browser tabs with ads and open new ones in attempts to page-redirect you to promoted sites. Cool Web Search will also manipulate the results of your search...

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...

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