Windows Efficiency Master malware program comes to PCs illegally. Most often its infiltration takes place through fake Microsoft Security Essentials Alerts. This virus is very dangerous because of being closely related to all other kinds of infections, which in their turn may essentially compromise the security of your computer. This guide is about removal of Windows Efficiency Master scam.
Friday, February 7, 2014
Thursday, January 23, 2014
The message from the website policesave.secure-patrol.com is a scam. This is another site that is related to a computer infection classified as ransomware that has the elements of browser hijacking. This infection gets spread through many ways, but in all of such cases it is able to come into browsers like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari. If this blockage of your browser by this website took place you must understand that this is a virus and not a real police warning. It is not associated with FBI, GVU, ANSSI or any other law-enforcement agency of any world country.
Monday, January 20, 2014
There are very many annoying pop-up windows today related to websites beginning with dlp.cloudsvr. After this word combination there are some digits. All such sites are malicious, since the're related to many adware programs which are currently attacking many computers.
Saturday, January 11, 2014
Flashplayerupdating.com is a fake pop-up about the outdated status of your Flash Player. In fact, you might have the latest version of your Adobe Flash Player ever, however, this fake pop-up may still come up. Clicking it is very dangerous, because at this time of the year many adware programs and potentially unwanted utilities are spread though this method.
Friday, January 10, 2014
If you see browser-update.org alert on your PC you need to be very careful. Why is it so? The reason is that this could be a fake alert, whereas the browser you have could have the latest ever possible version. Instead, if you click this pop-up and obey its instruction, the settings of your browser can be amended, and soon you will start experiencing many problems of search engine redirection. Plus, your PC may become full of adwares. This is how browser-update.org pop-up can be dangerous.
Friday, December 27, 2013
Ads by Surf Canyon is a new adware program developed by people who want easy cash. They spread this adware all over the world these days, planning to implant it into as many computers as possible. So, if you see Surf Canyon pop-up windows in your browser when going to some commercial websites this is an evidence of your computer infected with adware. These ads in particular come up when you go to some commercial websites, such as Amazon.com, Walmart.com, Ebay.com, Bestbuy.com and so on. To be more precise, they appear when users move the computer mouse close to some specific items sold there. Then the so-called "See Similar" button comes up, followed by a larger window with all kinds of similar commodities, claimed to be delivered by Surf Canyon adware progam.