Beware Of Malware They May Compromise The Sensitive Data On Your Computer

Beware Of Malware They May Compromise The Sensitive Data On Your Computer

Malware may steal extremely sensitive data of your computer like you’re bank details, and passwords, financial information, without you even knowing that your security has been compromised.

It doesn’t really matter much if you are using the best updated antivirus, as reports says that 35% of the total infected people are using updated antivirus as per reports last year. A survey was carried out last year by Panda Antivirus and it was found that the malware which are fraud are growing day by day and the growth rate is about 1600% every year.

PandaLabs analyzed on about 67 million computers in the last year and according to them 35% of those systems were infected. Those systems were having the latest updated antivirus installed. There is always some user who is actively exposed into these malware identities as well as data thefts. They amount up to 1% percent of the total internet users.

Hackers code different types of Trojan and malware every time. Some Trojans are there to steal your information related to bank login information which is known as the name of Banker Trojans. This is really going to pose a major problem to every internet user. To protect the system from the malware the users may use Shield Deluxe which could help them a lot.

Remove Antivirus Live From Your System Completely

Remove Antivirus Live From Your System Completely

Antivirus Live is another fake and unreliable Antivirus suite like Internet Security 2010 and Antivirus System Pro. The main function of this rogue antivirus is generating Trojan viruses to your system and showing false alerts to make convince users that their system is under threats. It automatically sets itself as the startup program and runs every time when your system reboots.

Why does it produce fake alerts and warning? It only forces you to purchase the full version of the product in order to delete threats from your system. It is quite obvious that whenever you see threats, you approach to delete them instantly. But, this antivirus doesn’t allow you delete those fake threats until you buy the full version. It will be pooping up several notifications and warnings in order to interrupts your working. Make sure that you will never get trapped with this rogue antivirus trap.


This program is smartly designed so it can protect itself from being removed. It prevents few programs to be started and block them permanently by mentioning an error message such as file is corrupted or infected. Moreover, it changes the settings of web browsers in a manner so users can directly land over the Antivirus live webpage instead of any other Webpage.

There are two ways to get rid of this annoying problem either you purchase the full version of this rogue antivirus or use manual method to remove it from your computer. Since it is a virus so buying it is not recommended at all. These below given links will help you to find out the tutorials to delete or uninstall Antivirus Live permanently.

What Is Boonana Trojan And How To Get Rid Of Boonana In MAC OS X

Boonana Trojan? Now is that something new, or have you heard of it before? Mac users beware! Especially if you are a lot into social networking sites, secure Mac has found out the new Trojan horse Trojan.osx.boonana.a, is out to cause problems to Mac OS X, in addition to the new version Snow Leopard [OS X 10.6].

Taking on the identity of a video, it is fast moving through social networking sites Facebook included. The Trojan comes in to form of a link into your message bearing the title ‘Is that you in the video?’ as the user taps this link, the boonana Trojan gets into a Java applet first, which downloads other files to the computer, where even an installer is added.

The installer then instantly launches and proceeds to set the system files to overlook the passwords, thereby giving room for external access to most of the files on the system. Although it is not seen, it is present behind at the startup, and most of the time stays unnoticed till it is too late. It is notorious enough to entrap users accounts so that it can spread its wings through spam messages.

Trojan is known to spread through e-mails to in addition to social media sites. Remember it’s not only the Mac users who need to watch out when downloading links to their PCs. The Java counterpart of the Trojan is cross platform and can cause trouble to Microsoft Windows users too. It is Secure Mac again, which has noted that Trojan horses attacking Windows although the how aspect is not yet solved.

It is also important to know that Trojan tries to conceal its internet actions and communications with the help of obfuscated codes along multiple files and will further try to connect to other command servers even if the primary ones are not reachable. So check carefully before you tap the links.

Server Mac has come out with a removal tool [download link] as a remedial measure to get rid of this virus. Users can opt to turn off the Java in their browsers to avoid Trojan horse. It is made possible by Safari by clicking the security tab under Safari Preferences and ensuring that the ‘Enabled Java’ checkbox is unchecked!

The Trojan horse runs in the background and seems to reveal system’s valuable information to servers on the internet, which can be considered a violation of any personal information. The Trojan will also try to expand itself by sending spam e-mail messages from the user to other mails. It can therefore be quite dangerous to enter your password, unless you open a particular installer file and know for sure the details of the installer.

You can look forward to antivirus and malware software companies to come out with solutions to this problem, but at the same time ensure that your friend’s videos are genuine too. In case you want to enter into a video from Facebook, be very careful, not to furnish your password. In fact it is best to skip that installer and erase it our from your system.

Unless you supply your password, the installer cannot function and is useless. Like the saying prevention is better than cure, it is easier to remove the file than to struggle later; because once Trojan is installed you will have a tough time removing its components. You can always check through Secure Mac Trojan Removal Tool, to be on the safer side.

You could also consult Secure Mac Boonana Security bulletin. The Security Company Intego too has launched a security bulletin, claiming to have been inspecting this threat for quite some time now. To them, the threat by Trojan may be comparatively low due to its faulty service in OS X, yet it has the power to pose serious threat, which people should be aware of so that they can avoid it!

How To Reduce Spam — The Funny Way :)

Getting mails from unwanted sources, about unwanted things, which you never requested for…wondering how you getting these mails ? SPAM, that’s what these mails are and you are being SPAMMED 🙂 .. aarrgh what did you do get spammed ? Well you don’t really need to do anything .. It is almost  quite an automatic process.

There are these so called BOTs which pick emails from various sources and pound those mails with SPAM, most of the SPAM mails are commercial, requesting you to buy some cheap stuff or driving you to a website from where you can download heap loads of Viruses and Trojans on to your system.

Wondering how to fight these SPAMs ? Not definitely an easy task. Firstly, I’d recommend prevent bullying your self from the SPAMMERs, do not leave your mail ID in public forums, or contact notes, Do not use it as signatures in any Public discussion boards. The SPAM bots are well trained to pick all these sort of places. Next do not register yourself with sites you have no idea whose behind ’em. And certainly if possible, avoid Hacked or PORN stuff. This should pretty much easy ways to keep SPAM off your Inbox.

Next, most of the mail providers ensure they combat SPAM up to a large extent. I’ve been happy with GMAIL so far and Yahoo too has improved on their SPAM Flagging capabilities. If the SPAM fights all through this and ends in your box, you can simply hit the SPAM button, which will ensure the id/IP which you got the mail from gets listed on the mail providers service, helping them build a better SPAM fighter engine.

Well a popular blog recently mentioned about a report which said e-mail ids starting with A get 15% more spam when compared to those starting with ‘Z’. Doesn’t make sense, firstly, why would anyone be worried about spam even before I open a mail id, and next concern is, lets say that my name starts with A and I already have a mail id, after reading the statistics, does the author expect me to change my mail id ?? 🙂 ..

My explanation for that is, there are fewer people whose name starts with ‘Z’ than those whose name starts with ‘A’ ;), provided the statistics is a credible one :).