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Ransomware

Royal Ransomware

Royal Ransomware infections such as Royal are easily among the sneakiest types of malware you may come to face in your computer. These threats typically apply complex file encryption (.royal) to the files that are stored on the infected computer and...

Trojan

Viewndow Virus

*Source of claim SH can remove it. Viewndow (Viewndow.Exe) Trojans like Viewndow are the most dreaded kind of malicious software. Even if you’re completely unfamiliar with computers and can’t think of any other viruses by name, the word...

Browser Hijacker

Chrome_find Virus

  Chrome_find Chrome_find is a browser hijacking component that can attach itself to common web browsing applications such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge and others. When incorporated, Chrome_find starts to serve as an ad-generating tool and...

Browser Hijacker

Gum.criteo.com Malware

  Gum.criteo.com Gum.criteo.com is a web browser component that is known to cause a lot of browsing irritation. However, the good news is that Gum.criteo.com is not a dangerous computer virus or a malware such as a Trojan Horse or a ransomware...

Trojan

Null Mixer Malware

*Source of claim SH can remove it. Null Mixer When it comes to malware, Trojans top the list as the worst and most complex threats that you may encounter. And since we’re talking about these kinds of threats, Null Mixer is one of the newest...

Mac Virus

Absolute Value Mac

   Absolute Value Absolute Value is a browser-targeting malware app that hijacks the browsers of Mac computers and uses them for ad-distribution. Absolute Value can make changes in the targeted browser, forcing it to send the user to...

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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