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Ransomware

Qqmt Virus

*Qqmt is a variant of Stop/DJVU. Source of claim SH can remove it. Qqmt Ransomware cryptoviruses such as Qqmt use encryption on the files of the targeted users and through that encryption make the data on the infected PC inaccessible. The purpose of...

Mac Virus

Horizon Elite Mac

  Horizon Elite Horizon Elite belongs to the software category of browser hijackers. However, Horizon Elite is specifically targeted at macOS computers and their respective browsing programs.  When first facing browser hijackers such as...

Mac Virus

Apple Security Center Mac

*Source of claim SH can remove it. Apple Security Center “Apple Security Center” is an unwanted Mac advertising app that can only function as a part of a browser, causing the browser to generate ads and page-redirects. The moment...

Browser Hijacker

Trojan virus detected Scam

Trojan virus detected “Trojan virus detected” is an ad-generating piece of software that has been developed to execute web marketing promotion campaigns and generate pay-per-click income for its creators. “Trojan virus...

Browser Hijacker

Beltrapurint Virus

Beltrapurint Beltrapurint is an unwanted Windows app capable of hijacking the homepage and the search engine of Chrome, Firefox, and other browsers. Beltrapurint is used by its creators as an advertising tool that promotes different sites and earns...

Security News

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

Mantis – the most powerful botnet to date

The Mantis Botnet A record-breaking DDoS attack targeted at an undisclosed client website using Cloudflare’s Free plan was thwarted last month, which generated around 26 million requests per second, according to the company. Nearly 1,000...

News Bulletin

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