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Malware Research and Working Removal Instructions

Author: Alex Trusk

10Nov

V70r2pbr.com ads might occur when your computer is infected with a malicious browser extension installed by Adware or Potentially Unwanted Software (PUPs). The pop-up ads from “V70r2pbr.com” are caused by adware. The domain is only used to promote the ads and not malicious or associated with the malware. The ads might vary, sometimes it promotes products from different … Read more…

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10Nov

Trojan.Poweliks!gm is a virus threat detected by one or more Antivirus vendors. When your current Antivirus software detects the Trojan.Poweliks!gm malware, this malware is often put in quarantine. Quarantine means it is put in a quarantine folder where it cannot access the operating system and the virus is locked out from any dangerous behavior it might inflict into your … Read more…

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10Nov

CinemaP-1.2c is a Potentially Unwanted Program (also known as “adware”), which adds itself, mostly without notice of the end-user on Internet browsers when users downloaded free software from websites that promote bundled custom installers. Developers of this adware use a dubious software marketing method named bundling to install the CinemaP-1.2c adware inadvertently without their permission. After successful infiltration, this add-on generates intrusive online … Read more…

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