SaveSense is regarded as malicious adware application that displays ads, coupons, deals and other online offers. Usually it can be installed onto random computers without users’ knowing. It comes bundled with free software that could be download via internet. Once in active, SaveSence will modify certain settings by injecting its malicious codes onto registry entries so that it could interfere with your online activities. The browsers that could be attacked may contain Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Technically, SaveSense is not a virus so there is no means that it could spread on other PC or local network.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Sunday, March 9, 2014
Websearch.exitingsearch.info virus is a horrible browser hijacker that makes some modifications in your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome without your permission. The program was designed by cyber criminals in order to advertise various sponsored websites and make profit from clicks on affiliate links. It is installed together with various free programs that users can download from the Internet.
Trojan.Inject.ED is a kind of perilous Trojan infection that is invented by cyber criminals to collect sensitive data from victimized computer users. In general, this Trojan infection is distributed via spam email attachments, freeware and shareware on the Internet. If you recklessly pay a visit to insecure sites, acquire contaminated free downloads, or open spam e-mail attachments, you may come across this Trojan.Inject.ED virus.
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Have you noticed numerous pop-ups from Jcp.drivermapping.net page on your computer recently? If so, it seems that your computer is infected with some adware parasite which has intimate relationship with Jcp.drivermapping.net. In most cases, the messages from the page will claim that you must get an update for one of your programs, like Flash Player, Java and so on. But in fact they have nothing to do with legitimate programs and their sole goal aims to redirect you to its sponsored domains and install other unwanted application onto infected machine.
Friday, March 7, 2014
JS:Decode-BTB [Trj] is a malicious cyber infection that is designed to corrupt targeted computers and benefit from victims. Most commonly JS:Decode-BTB [Trj] is promoted by some free downloads from unreliable Internet resources. Computer users may get infected with this type of infection when navigating to a malign link embedded in SPAM email or visiting compromised websites that contain the activation code of the virus. You may have no awareness of its infiltration until you see the warning popping up suddenly from the antivirus program.