Spam is everywhere and Facebook is no exception. In fact, spammers are constantly stepping up their game by tricking unsuspecting Facebook users to participate in quizzes, games, apps, or "new features" that are actually dangerous computer viruses, spyware, or other trojan hor ...more
This video shows you how to easily remove the Security Tool virus. The first thing you have to do is restart you computer. Once restarted, immediately hold down CTRL+ALT+DEL. In the Task Manager you should see: Security Tool. Quickly end it now. The virus is temporarily disabl ...more
As you may have heard, Verizon has jumped on the "giving up users' data to whomever will pay" bandwagon with its new AppFlash spyware app that's all set to be pre-installed on at least one of the Android phones they sell. Currently, AppFlash is only being tested on the LG K20 ...more
News : Chrysaor Malware Found on Android Devices—Here's What You Should Know & How to Protect Yourself
Chrysaor, a zero-day spyware believed to have been created by the Israeli "cyber war" group NSO, is an even greater threat to Android phones than it ever was to iOS. Related to the Pegasus hack that recently affected iPhones, Chrysaor is malware that baits the user into insta ...more
Don't just click X when closing pop-ups! You might be installing malware. This internet tutorial video will show you how to close pop-ups safely without installing spyware, malware, or viruses on your computer.