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How to Remove Mal/EncPk-ACO, Mal/EncPk-ACO Removal Help

Published March 20th, 2012 by Jessie Smith

Computer got infection of Mal/EncPk-ACO? This step-by-step manual guide can help you safely and quickly remove Mal/EncPk-ACO.

What Is Mal/EncPk-ACO?

Mal/EncPk-ACO is a malicious Trojan Horse infection that is installed to a system by hackers using security exploitation or unexpectedly executed by user’s installation of some bad programs online. Mal/EncPk-ACO works quickly by adding itself to system memory and Windows running processes. Once Mal/EncPk-ACO builds its activity files on the affected machine, it begins to download and initiate malware processes. The main virus Mal/EncPk-ACO tries to distribute is named as “Windows Guardian Angel” which is a highly dangerous rogue security software. Mal/EncPk-ACO changes computer users’ profile settings and writes plenty of its bad items to registry entry. Mal/EncPk-ACO executes “Windows Guardian Angel” when system is turned on every time. And then “Windows Guardian Angel” will scan system like a genuine security software and tries to persuade people buying its fraud code with no help at all. Mal/EncPk-ACO could only be flagged by up-to-date virus scanner, before it tries to start “Windows Guardian Angel”, it must be eradicated as soon as possible. If there is any infection of Mal/EncPk-ACO, it’s recommended to remove it and stop further damage with the manual removal steps. Read the rest of this post »

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Remove /Uninstall Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L, Useful Removal Tips on Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L

Published March 20th, 2012 by Cindy Moore

Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L Description

Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L is a highly dangerous computer infection which can penetrate into your computer by employing some advanced Trojans techniques to bypass various antivirus’ detection. Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L is reported by Microsoft Security Essentials and it still keeps mutating so far. Usually hackers are fond of using Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L to help rogue software take over your system and threaten you into paying for some useless products so that the hackers can rip off money. Once execution, it connects to certain server to drop down and install addition malicious files. Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L opens up a backdoor to allow remote access the compromised computer. So it can capture and send all personal information, such as credit card details, login number/password to a remote attacker for illicit purposes. Besides, your computer will perform slow and weird after infected with this pest. You might run your antivirus to detect with no luck. It still returns back every time when Windows boots by generating a startup entry. Java Exploit CVE.2011-3544.L is a totally horrible threat that must be executed as quickly as possible to secure your PC. Read the rest of this post »

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Step by Step Guide to Remove “Google systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer…” Infection

Published March 20th, 2012 by Helen Larson

“Google systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer …” is not a legitimate alert, please get start to remove it and the relative rootkits once infected. This step-by-step guide can give you a hand.

The essence of “Google systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer …”

You were on the internet, and suddenly you received a popup saying “Google systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer …” You clicked the Download button on it and then it started to load a strange software. Firstly you should know “Google systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer …” is a fake security warning that used by some malicious guys to deceive all Windows users. It’s designed to serve a malicious program to scare people into thinking their computers are in danger. Once it installs in your computer, it would pop up such alert to you: “Google systems have detected unusual traffic from your computer. Please check your PC on viruses…” And then it would recommend you to install proper software to protect your computer. You don’t need to trust it because the pop up itself is the real virus and would destroy your system. Read the rest of this post »

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Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf Removal Instruction. How to Remove Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf Permanently?

Published March 19th, 2012 by Tee Support Agent Sherry

Is your computer infected with Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf? This step-by-step guide can help you safely and quickly remove Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf.

What is Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf? Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf Overview

Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf infiltrates computers secretly without you knowing with the use of vulnerable network or software exploitation. Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf has the ability to delete, block, modify certain system registries, files or decrease system performance through Rootkit technology you should be aware of. It keeps appearing every time you turn on computer by generating a startup entry deep exceed your knowledge. Upon execution, it connects to remote server to download and install more Trojans/parasites/malwares to the compromised system. Then it allows remote hacker access and record online activities, personal information which stored on the hard drive. Later, it sends gather data to predetermined attacker for illegal purposes. It is ridiculous that once the scan finished with 0 hits, this threat happens again after reboot. Trojan.Win32.Qhost.obf is really annoying you must delete step-by-step as quickly as possible.

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How to Remove PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT Virus Completely- Guide

Published March 19th, 2012 by Tee Support Agent Ella

Are you stuck with PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT ? This post will offer you step-by-step guide to completely get rid of the PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT virus.

PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT Description:

PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT is determined as server spyware infection that executes harmful acts on an infected computer. PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT comes bundled with other member of the family or other malware of different families. It penetrates the system deeply and is able to rewrite MBR to damage the system. PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT carries malicious code and exploits advanced technique to bypass removal of installed antivirus. It blocks various removal tools and may disable the computer. PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT also affects user’s privacy on the computer data. If not removed in a prompt time, PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT will bring unimaginable threat to the computer. You are strongly recommended to remove the PUP.Bundelinstaller.YT virus as soon as possible. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku, Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku Removal Support

Published March 19th, 2012 by Jessie Smith

Computer got infection of Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku? This step-by-step manual guide can help you safely and quickly remove Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku.

What Is Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku?

Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku is malicious backdoor infection often crawls to system with vulnerabilities and violates users’ PC unknowingly. Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku risks computers because of its remote access for hackers from remote IP site without permission. Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku changes system hosts file to block visit to specific security tool domain. Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku could be packed and dropped via software bundling and be spread quickly to network computers. Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku threteans people’s online sensitive information and installs other viruses furtively. Never hesitate to stop and remove Backdoor.Win32.Clemag.bku if there is any report of it. Read the rest of this post »

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