“Unlock this Page. Complete an offer to continue.”

“Unlock this Page. Complete an offer to continue.”

A virus infection on your computer may show a message “Unlock this Page. Complete an offer to continue.” It is another desktop-locking Trojan similar to Police ransomware threats. Although, this new threat will not demand for ransom but rather force you to fill a survey and browser online offer before it can unlock the desktop. It will display the following message: More

Privitize VPN Redirect

Privitize VPN Redirect

Privitize VPN hijacker is an adware program that will install a toolbar on your Internet browser without getting permission. It also ads a Privitize VPN Search to override your existing search engine and do the search from its server. More

Mystart by Incredibar Search and Toolbar

Mystart by Incredibar Search and Toolbar

Mystart by Incredibar Search and Toolbar is considered as adware due to its intrusive actions to be installed inside the computer. Many computer users are objecting its presence and changes it has made to the system without their consent. Mystart by Incredibar Search in particular will conquer the home page and shows a search box from mystart.incredibar.com. More

XP Internet Security Pro 2013

XP Internet Security Pro 2013

XP Internet Security Pro 2013 is another bogus security product from the same group who has stolen money from many computer users. This new variant also aims to do the same. This fake antivirus easily fits any Trojan that can penetrate the computer in various ways. Trojan’s usually attack the core system of targeted software to take advantage of its weak spot. When Trojan is in, so does XP Internet Security Pro 2013. More

Trojan Horse Generic 30

Trojan Horse Generic 30 is a typical detection for a computer Trojan that shows same symptoms on the infected system. This type of Trojan produce annoying activities once installed on the computer. Since this is a generic detection, payload may vary for each variant. However, it is found that most variants possess a component that opens a backdoor allowing attacker a remote access. More

Trojan.Swisyn

Trojan.Swisyn is a computer malware that can drop other threat, which it fetches from a remote server. The Trojan is linked to other malware that possesses various payloads such as malware dropped and backdoor. Trojan.Swisyn is capable of setting all of these Trojan to a PC an execute unique payload that servers specific purposes. More

XP Antivirus Plus 2013

XP Antivirus Plus 2013

XP Antivirus Plus 2013 is another version of fake security product belonging to FakeVimes family of malware. This malware interferes with user’s control of computer by showing pop-up alerts. It also distracts your browsing by redirecting Internet browser to web site that holds other malware. XP Antivirus Plus 2013 aims to steal money by forcing you to buy software that is worth nothing and is considered as malware by security experts. More

JS:ScriptSH-inf Trojan

JS:ScriptSH-inf Trojan

JS: ScriptSH-inf Trojan is a generic detection for a harmful JavaScript file that is normally used by malware author to distribute a copy of fake programs. The threat may also be identified with files .html, .php, and .asp that contain an encrypted JavaScript on the header. This is automatically generated by malware after it penetrates a web site. More

Trojan Prorat

Trojan Prorat is a computer threat that uses backdoor function to allow a remote attacker to gain access on the infected PC. The Trojan can terminate any running security software such as anti-virus and firewall. Trojan Prorat also contacts a remote server and downloads other malware, which it also executes on the computer. More

VirTool:INF/Autorun.gen!F

VirTool:INF/Autorun.gen!F

VirTool:INF/Autorun.gen!F is a traditional detection for a harmful version of “autorun.inf” file. Computer viruses and trojan drops this file for specific purposes. The file is made to instantly run a malware file taking advantage of Windows’ autorun feature. This action leads to malware execution or installation of rogue products. You must realize that there are legal copies of autorun.inf file that are normally found on legitimate discs. More