Ave.exe file seems to have made big trouble for many computer users. With a long list of roguewares (take a look at the full list), it kept spreading all over the web for the last month. At least, I hope that you weren't in trouble because of this threat. However, it's unlikely that your computer wasn't affected by it. Several of my friends are in danger and can't still get rid of ave.exe. In case you are not familiar with it, ave.exe is the ancestor of av.exe. The similarity is really great. Just be sure your antivirus software is updated and you visit safe websites. Have a good day!
Don't you think so? A new day brings new challenge. In this case, it is a rogueware called Windows Guardian 2010. Who could have though that the hackers are going to expand their forces and start creating more and more of these fake software. All people want to earn money, but not all of them do that in an honest way. I just dream that people wouldn't be so much trustful and would be thinking what sites they visit and what thing they are doing on the web. As most of the kids, Ted is the same. He adores playing all those PC games online. But this time wasn't as successful as he could have expected or wanted it to be. After trying to improve his flash player he installed Windows Guardian 2010 without clicking on any license agreement and now we are having hard times removing all these keys. This guy was right stating that you will have many problems in case you catch this fun infection. I hope to be abel to fix Ted's PC. Any suggestions?
When it's going to be over at last? Any ideas? Hi, by the way... I am just sooo tired of all these rogues and all these crazy people who keep getting caught by these hackers. This time my aunt decided to be an independent woman and install an antivirus application to her new PC which she has bought several weeks ago. I wish she wouldn't have done that. Now I am forced to start the fight with Dr. Guard, which she chose as TRUSTFUL software. Her PC is completely damaged and needs so much help. At least, I hope that I will be able to fix it. Still don't have a clue how to do that. People, please THINK before trying to be independent, or you will get into seriuos problems. This video illustrates what that Dr. Guard can do to harm your machine:
For more information, follow the three articles on pc1news.
Does anyone know how to get rid of Rootkit.Win32.TDSS? I saw that some guys on pc1news.com site needs help (here is the link), and none is able to assist them. I am not sure about this Ikarus myself, so I am looking for help on my blog.