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Monday, April 14, 2014

Remove POSHCODER Ransomware, Learn to Decrypt Files on Windows

What is POSHCODER Virus? 

POSHCODER (PoshCoder) virus comes out as a new type of malware which has been universally subdivided as ransomware infection, capable of assaulting Windows operating system (OS). Very similar to another recent ransomware - CryptoDefense virus, POSHCODER infection can often invade a targeted computer without host’s awareness and permission. As long as being installed, it will restrict the access to the Windows that it infects and encrypts the victim’s data by forcibly renaming the files such as .txt, .doc, .xls, or psd illustrator files to .POSHCODER files. It commonly only leave one unlock Files.vbs in each folder where it encrypted the files. In order to decrypt locked files and Windows, POSHCODER ransomware will then demand victims to pay a sum of money or Bitcoins that can be paid through Bitcoin wallet.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

How to Remove Trojan: Win32/Alureon.gen!A, Easy Steps

Common Properties of Trojan

1. It penetrates into computer without any recognition;
2. Others horrible threats can be bundled with this virus;
3. Your personal data like bank account and passwords would be in high risk of exposure to the open;
4. It may redirect the browser to unwanted websites that contain more viruses or spywares;
5. It will degrade the computer performance significantly and crash down the system randomly.

What is Trojan: Win32/Alureon.gen!A?

Trojan: Win32/Alureon.gen!A is a new type of security infection that is released by cyber crooks who attempt to generate chaos on affected computer so as to perform their illegal activities. Most commonly Trojan: Win32/Alureon.gen!A can always invade a targeted machine without user’s awareness. It may be distributed by infected email which contains links or attachments. Meanwhile, Trojan: Win32/Alureon.gen!A infection is also prevalent on some malicious websites or other compromised websites such as P2P file sharing web pages. Another common-used way to spread Trojan: Win32/Alureon.gen!A virus should be some “free” applications’ downloads from distrusted Internet resources.

Monday, April 7, 2014

Way to Remove PUP.Optional.BundleInstaller.A (Manual Tips)

What is PUP.Optional.BundleInstaller.A?

is a potentially unwanted program that can be harmful for affected computer. According to recent security researches, PUP.Optional.BundleInstaller.A has been recognized as destructive malware that is capable of messing up targeted system with the aid of its designed codes and files. Basically, PUP.Optional.BundleInstaller.A can be lurked into a victim’s computer without any permission or knowledge. It may be distributed by malicious websites or other legitimate web pages that have been attacked.

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

How to Remove Win32:Dropper-gen[Drp], Safe Way to Get Rid of Trojan Virus

What is Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp]?

Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp] is not new for PC users as one type of dangerous Trojan infection. Trace back to 2013, Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp] has attacked numerous computer users who are especially using Windows operating system. This includes Windows 7, XP, Vista and Windows 8 OS. Tricky as Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp] is, it can always invade a targeted computer secretly with the aid of advanced social engineering tactics. For detailed, PC users may get infected with Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp] virus when they visit malicious websites, open infected attachments embedded in an email, or download unreliable applications from Internet resources. In some cases, Win32:Dropper-gen [Drp] may be propagated by removable devices such as USB stick connected to system.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

How to Remove JS:Includer-BAO [Trj], Virus Detected By Avast

Did your Avast report JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] infection when you are browsing online? Are you struggling to get rid of JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] but failed? What is JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] excatly? How to remove JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] if your antivirus cannot help? This post will help you to resolve all problems caused by JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] effectively. Read more.

JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] Alert on Avast

Avast! Web Shield has blocked a harmful webpage or file.

Object: Http:/…/[Defloration]_user_name_
Infection: JS:Includer-BAO [Trj]
Process: C:\Program Files (x86)\...\....exe

Basic Information of JS:Includer-BAO [Trj]

JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] is a computer virus, which is malevolent for the computer that it infects. Up to now, it focuses on attacking individuals who are using Windows operating system, including Windows 7, XP, Vista and Windows 8 (32 and 64 bytes). Some antivirus users (eg. Avast users) may get the alert of JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] when they visit a website normally. This is because JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] is a malicious JavaScript that has the capability to mess up default web browser settings, no matter which browser you are using. This may involve popular-used browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. As a result, when users open some web pages, some of which may not be malicious, they may still get the notification about JS:Includer-BAO [Trj] that is hard to be removed.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

What is, How to Remove on PC

Recently numerous Avast users get the notification about “” that cannot get rid of effectively. Does virus alert pop up whenever you go on a website? What is Is it a virus? How dangerous it could be? No worries this post will resolve your problems completely and safely. Read more. Information on Avast

Infection:   URL:Mal.

What is ( is a computer virus, which can be recognized as a browser hijack virus on the basis of its harmful attributes. Very often this type of browser hijack virus can simply invade a targeted computer by making use of SEO poisoning techniques and various social engineering tactics. PC users may get infected with virus when they watch some questionable videos shared on social websites, open some unknown email attachments which may contain the activation code of the virus, or download certain shareware/freeware from distrusted Internet resources. When installed, the infection will generally implant its malicious codes and files on affected computer for the purpose of make chaos in system. As a result, can successfully protect itself against auto detection or removal from antivirus software or other security utilities.