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Killware is the next big security threat

The Killware Virus DHS officials speaking to USA TODAY have shared that the water treatment facility showed that the malicious actor tried to alter chemical combinations to dangerous levels during the water treatment process. According to the...

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Microsoft Security Patches Fix 71 Security Flaws

The CVE-2021-40449 Vulnerability Yesterday (Tuesday, 12th October), Microsoft released important security patches intended to take care of a total of 71 newly-discovered vulnerabilities in Windows which includes CVE-2021-40449 and other software...

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New Apache Path Traversal Patch Available

An actively exploited path traversal and remote code execution vulnerability in the HTTP Server of Apache received a set of additional security updates this Thursday. The main flaw, tracked as CVE-2021-41773, was fixed earlier this week, but Apache...

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Browser Hijacker

Animixplay Virus

Animixplay Animixplay is a simple page-redirecting tool that will get added to your main browser upon installation, resulting in uncontrolled generation of web ads. Animixplay will also occasionally send your browser to sites that it tries to...

Browser Hijacker

Fugles.net Virus

Fugles.net Fugles.net is a form of traffic-rerouting software that will latch onto any browser and cause it to redirect the user’s searches to some predetermined sites. The purpose of Fugles.net and other similar apps is to draw more clicks...

Ransomware

Irjg Virus

Irjg Irjg is a money-extortion virus focused on denying you access to your data and forcing you to pay a ransom to restore the locked files. Irjg is known for spreading with the help of backdoor viruses, spam messages, and pirated software...

Ransomware

Sqnq Virus

Sqnq Sqnq is a new infection from the Ransomware type and if your personal files have become victims of its encryption, on this page, we might be able to help you. In this post, we have assembled an in-depth removal guide dedicated to the removal of...

Browser Hijacker

l2l.li virus

l2l.li l2l.li is a form of browser-redirecting software created for the purposes of online site-promotion and targeted ad-generation. l2l.li attaches itself to the main browser on the computer and manipulates its settings, causing uncontrolled...

Browser Hijacker

Tower Captcha Virus

Tower Captcha Tower Captcha is a special piece of software which may alter the settings of most browsers (including ones like Chrome, Firefox, Opera, etc.) and may force them to generate an excessive amount of sponsored advertisements. Tower Captcha...

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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.

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