Security News

News

UBEL – the successor of Oscorp Android malware

Android devices have recently become a target of a morphed banking malware that seems to have found a way to exploit accessibility features on Android smartphones and tablets with the intentions to steal user credentials from European banking...

Latest Removal Guides

Browser Hijacker

Typiccor.com Virus

Typiccor.com Typiccor.com is a browser hijacking software application that can affect the way a browser operates. Most commonly, Typiccor.com modifies the search results by substituting the browser’s default search engine with one that...

Trojan

Dbutil.vulnerability.cleanup.dll

Dbutil.vulnerability.cleanup.dll Dbutil.vulnerability.cleanup.dll is a dangerous and stealthy piece of malware that can be used by its creators for the purposes of theft of sensitive data. Dbutil.vulnerability.cleanup.dll typically enters the...

Browser Hijacker

Web Safety Chrome Extension

Web Safety Web Safety is a rogue piece of software that secretly installs in Chrome, Firefox, and other browser and begins to manipulate their settings and put ads in their search engine results. Web Safety can be described as a browser-hijacking...

Browser Hijacker

CodingCaptcha Virus

CodingCaptcha CodingCaptcha is an invasive app that gets installed in the main browser and causes it to show obstructive ads and pop-up messages on the screen during online sessions. Through manipulating the search engine and the homepage...

Mobile Threats

SMS Voicemail Virus

SMS Voicemail Virus SMS Voicemail Virus is a rogue app component that triggers ad-generation and sudden page-redirects within iPhones and iPads. SMS Voicemail Virus is not a direct threat to the iOS device but could serve as an exploitable weakness...

Browser Hijacker

Bomero.net Virus

Bomero.net Bomero.net is a junkware extension for Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and other popular browsers and its main characteristic is that it constantly attempts to page-redirect the user to promoted sites. Bomero.net is not as dangerous as a Trojan...

News Bulletin

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.