KpRm : Removes All Malware Removal Tools After Disinfection

When your computer gets infected by malware, first you get panicked and then you try to handle the matter yourself by downloading and installing anti-malware software like SuperAntispyware, HitmanPro or Malwarebytes’ AntiMalware on your computer. Using these tools is always a hit and miss – they can readily remove the malware or can completely miss Read More …

Disinfect Computers Using Panda Cloud Cleaner Rescue Disk

Panda Security offers many products to keep your computers and smartphones malware free and safe from other online threats. But your computers have already become so infected that they won’t boot properly, then you can attempt to disinfect them using free Panda Cloud Cleaner rescue disk. It is a Live Linux disk based on Debian Read More …

How to Update SUPERAntiSpyware Definitions on Offline Computers

Everyone has their own preferred security software products for staying safe when using the internet on their Windows PC. Personally, on my different computers I one or more products from ESET Nod32 Antivirus, Avast Antivirus, Bitdefender Antivirus, and SUPERAntiSpyware. The latter product was suggested to me by an esteemed computer security expert and I have Read More …

Is Your Android Smartphone Infected with RottenSys Adware?

CheckPoint Security researchers have discovered that many of the Android smartphones manufactured in China are loaded with an adware that has been named RottenSys. This adware displays full-screen advertisement on Android smartphones and masquerades as a legitimate app. It uses some of the techniques used by trojans and cannot be completely shutdown even forcibly. The Read More …

GridinSoft Anti-Malware Protection for PC

GridinSoft Anti-Malware is a relatively new anti-malware product that provides basic protection form malware. It was previously known as Trojan Killer and targeted mainly the malware that can be categorized as Trojans. But now in its new avatar, it is able to detect and remove malware, viruses, bots, spyware applications, Trojans, rootkits and even keyloggers. Read More …