How to get rid of Search pause virus?

Do you want to unistall Search pause virus? Searchpause.com is a browser hijacker that is bundled with other free software that you can download on the Internet. Once installed, this browser hijacker will set the homepage and search engine for your web browser to http://searchpause.com. Searchpause.com thus misleads users into thinking that it will improve their browsers

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Hackers Jailed Over SpyEye Virus That Robbed Banks Worldwide

The Russian developer behind the trojan virus SpyEye has been sentenced to nine years in a US prison, along with a second man who was jailed for fifteen. As the hackers jailed over SpyEye virus that robbed banks worldwide, the two men accused were responsible for over $1billion worth of damages around the world and

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How to Stay Safe From Facebook Scammers

With almost 1.6billion users of Facebook, it isn’t surprising to learn that the social media website attracts the most attempted online scams. How to stay safe from Facebook scammers is very important as in a report conducted this year from technology firm Cisco showed that Facebook scams are the most common form of attack method online, second to malware

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Fake Email From Own Account Leads to Ransomware

Not so long after ransomware had been grabbing the headlines as more and more learned about the threats of the latest malware issue that a threat has appeared that could directly affect everyone and anyone. What was found was that a fake email from own account leads to ransomware that requires payment to unlock and

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First Major Attack on App Store Causes Apple to Remove Apps

The App Store has long been considered a safe haven, where it was pretty much impossible to download any malicious software, or any program that could potentially harm your phone or computer. But now, the first major attack on app store causes Apple to remove apps. The malware, called XcodeGhost affected several apps on the

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‘Superfish’ Malware Found in Games and Software

The Superfish adware was discovered in software pre-bundled with Lenovo laptops back in the end of 2014, leaving users open to eavesdropping from third parties and other similar attacks. At first it was thought that this was all this malware had affected, but security experts have discovered the bug is actually present elsewhere as ‘Superfish’ malware found

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