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[1 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

Great Find is an adware that can be installed to random computers and later display numerous of annoying ads. The purpose of this program is to promote sponsored websites and increase their traffic. It generates ads that contain links to those pages and expects users to click on them. Every click brings profit for adware […]

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[1 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

SuperAdRemove is often mentioned as malicious application by various cyber security experts. Recent researches revealed that SuperAdRemove should be listed as and adware, because once installed on the computer it is likely to display various advertisements on users web browsers in order to generate revenue this way. If you have recently discovered that your computer is infected with […]

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[1 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

Dealbarium is another adware application. Adware applications are used to infect users computers, display advertisements on their web browsers and make revenue from advertising this way. There are two sides of the coin and both of them are negative – first of all, advertisements are annoying. Your web browsing experience will be disturbed and your computer […]

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[1 Jul 2015 | No Comment | ]

DeleteAd might look as useful application at first sight, but it’s just another malicious application that you should not keep installed on your computer if you don’t want to face severe cyber security problems. It is officially listed as an adware so once installed it will display various advertisements on all of your web browsers. Those […]

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

An extremely clever and proficient malware creator in Brazil was located by security researchers uncovering his tracks where he created over 100 banking Trojans from 2013 that are valued at over $300 each. Researchers have made this interesting discovery and revealed some stunning details about an individual who may have made off with over tens [...]

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

EmailDescontos is a typical adware plugin, created on the AdwareROI platform. It promises to improve your on-line shopping experience by keeping you informed of the best deals and offers at the moment. However, the displayed discounts and coupons are unlikely to save you money. The true goal of the ads is to increase the popularity [...]

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

Lucky-visitor.org is a questionable domain, which can be linked to some aggressive and misleading pop-ups. According to these notifications, every Monday a random user is given a prize like a Samsung Galaxy S6 or an iPhone 6 – and on this day the lucky visitor was you. In exchange for the reward, the message asks [...]

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

If your browser frequently redirects you to bigprizezone.[RANDOM NUMBERS].inf and displays the related pop-ups, then your system may be affected by some adware. These unreliable tools often come bundled with cost-free applications and modify your Internet clients automatically. Besides the notifications, you may notice changes regarding your homepage and search engine. It is possible the [...]

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

DeleteAd is a program, which will not benefit you in any way and instead will create many issues. It is developed by WebPick Internet Holdings Ltd – a company, known for the creation of unreliable tools. Its products, including Deal4me and Sale-o, are created not to assist the user, but to benefit the developer. Another [...]

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[30 Jun 2015 | No Comment | ]

[RANDOM WORDS].akamaihd.net is a highly questionable page, which promotes unreliable software. The domain is associated with browser hijackers, which explains why the visitors come here automatically. The suspicious browser add-ons, responsible for the redirections towards [RANDOM WORDS].akamaihd.net, usually travel together with some untrustworthy cost-free applications. If you are inattentive, you may give them access to [...]

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