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 …

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 …

Cryptojacking Test : Is Your Web Browser Secured Against Crypto-Miners?

Due to a sudden spike in the crypto-currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum in the recent times, many cyber-criminals have diverted their attention to them. Now they are surreptitiously injecting their coin-mining JavaScript code in various websites so that when you visit those sites, your web browser loads and start running the mining code in the Read More …

How to Detect FinFisher Malware that Piggybacks Legitimate Software

Security researchers at ESET Security, the makers of very popular ESET Internet Security, have discovered that a nefarious surveillance campaign in which the ISP’s are also taking part. The campaign involves redirecting the download links of many popular software like Skype, Avast Antivirus, WinRAR, WhatsApp, VLC Media Player and many more. The redirected links contain Read More …

How to Stay Safe After CCleaner Malware Incidence

Recently, a strange news surfaced about the presence of malware inside CCleaner, a very popular system cleaner software. Apparently, the installer packages for CCleaner version 5.33.6162 were infected by a malware. This resulted in over two million Windows computers getting infected with the malware. According to a clarification blog post made by Piriform, this was Read More …