Ransom32 Ransomware Hits New Threatening Levels

The latest ransomware of 2016, Ransom32, is already out and hitting new threatening levels.As many people have heard, ransomware is a type of virus or malware which encrypts users' pc files...

How to Remove a Rootkit Permanently

Rootkits (subverted versions of originally legitimate hardware manipulation tools, and classified technically as trojans), can take a variety of approaches to clear up. This is because once inside a machine they...

How to Remove Sobig.F Worm Completely from PC

SoBig.F is a relaunched e-mail worm that has taken e-mail systems by storm in the last ten days, spreading to more than 134 countries, and effecting tens of millions of users....

Shoddy Ransomware Irreversibly Destroys User’s Files

Lately, a virus which is based on the open source Hidden Tear ransomware has been infecting pc users worldwide. This ransomeware encrypts users' files, loosing the encryption key and rendering the...

Android.Bankosy Can Steal Your Voice Passwords

More than a year ago, all pc users were warned about the personal data stealing malware Android.Bankosy. Now the updated version of the Trojan is out and it can steal passwords...

Decrypt Cryptolocker Encrypted Files and Remove Cryptolocker Ransomware

What CryptoLocker is and What it Does This is a ransomeware trojan that targets Microsoft Windows transmitted commonly via e-mail attachments and botnets (malicious or criminal networks). It's thought to have first...

Ransomware Attacks Against Websites on the Rise

Ransomware is categorized as one of the most dangerous types of malware which could infect a personal computer.Once infected the computer, ransomeware will encrypt all files on it alongside any hard...
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Decrypt TeslaCrypt Encrypted Files for Free (Video)

Video TranscriptionThis is John. He works from home, so he can spend more time with his family. Everything is great until this ransomware Teslacrypt comes into play and John finds all...

Detecting Rootkits – Five Easy Ways of Getting to the Root of All Evil

All rootkits (hacking devices known as 'trojans') employ a wide range of disguises to avoid detection. They have 'roots' in the operating system kernel, and control capable of certain command functions,...

RIG Exploit Kit Poisons the Web

At the beginning of 2016, the Angler exploit kit went on holiday, though the Russia-hosted RIG exploit kit took over instead.The security researchers, at Cisco's Talos Security Intelligence and Research Group...