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  1. The modern malware landscape is huge, and it’s growing more and more sophisticated every day. In one of our previous blog posts, we discussed the different types of malware, their infection mechanisms and how they act within a system. Currently, there is one category of malware that is becoming increasingly more popular called “ransomwar.” In this blog post, we will discuss what ransomware is and what strategies and techniques are used in creating and propagating this latest trend in internet crime. https://blog.superantispyware.com/need-know-ransomware/
  2. Trojan Horse Generic29.AHHS I have a PC running Vista OS and security software has identified a non-removable virus by the name of Trojan Horse Generic29.AHHS. I've done substantial research on this and there doesn't seem to be an easy fix. Is this something that my SUPERAntiSpyware should remove or can you assist in a manual removal. I've seen a program called ComboFix that can be used to remove deep-seated viruses but only with the help of a knowledgeable technician. Please advise. Keith aka elijah1757
  3. I have a known EXE virus/trojan, that I submitted via the Submission Tool. This was months ago. I tested with SAS, and it does not detect it yet. I tried submitting 1-2 more times - nothing. Also, the Submission Tool does not allow us to add any comments/text. Maybe you should add that option. Your competitors detect and remove this trojan EXE file just fine. Any suggestions how I can get this trojan EXE added to your SAS definitions? EDIT: It is this one: http://www.microsoft.com/security/portal/Threat/Encyclopedia/Entry.aspx?name=Trojan%3aWin32%2fBocinex.E&threatid=2147666203#techdetails_link Goes with EXE name of main.exe or svhost.exe (maybe others too).
  4. Ok, so I dont know if I am the only one but after SAS removes the malware I am experiencing a total hose of the internet connection. I have done everything from fushing dns to uninstalling ipv4 (yes it can be done) to winsock resets to you name it and nothing works. I have had to reload the OS on 6 systems now after a successful clean up. This to me defeats the purpose entirely yet I am unable to figure it out. So the drivers are installed and shows that it is connected but limited no internet. ipconfig /all shows no adapters? tried all of the netsh cmd entries and they are succesful but dont change anything. A registry check of the parameters for tcip dont show anything unusual although admittedly I am not 100% on what is exactly suppose to be there but did copy it from a working system of the same model and OS. So I am stumped as it were! Any ideas?...Thanks in advance!
  5. the FBI had sent a Alert that Millions of Computers will lose Internet and the virus Name is DNSCharger Superantispyware needs to be ready to take down the virus before it can do damage The DNSChanger Trojan Horse, also known as OSX.RSPlug.A and OSX/Puper, and OSX/Jahlav-C, has been found on numerous pornographic websites disguising itself as a video codec. Once downloaded and installed, DNSChanger changes the DNS settings on the computer, redirecting websites entered by the user to malicious sites. If personal information is entered on these malicious websites, it can lead to identity theft
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