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29th April 2016

Security Alert: Trojan.Sakurel.B

Trojan.Sakurel.B is a Trojan horse that opens a back door on the compromised computer, downloads malicious files and steals information. It creates the following files on infected systems: Center[RANDOM CHARACTERS].dat %Temp%\ Center[RANDOM CHARACTERS].da...

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29th April 2016

Hide the GWX System Tray Icon

The Get Windows 10 tool soon gets annoying if you don’t plan to upgrade your current system to the new operating system. Fortunately, you can hide the tool and stop the notifications. To do so: On Windows 8.1, press [Windows Key] + [X]...

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29th April 2016

Microsoft Not Giving an Opt Out for Windows 10 Upgrades

Microsoft have come up with a Christmas present for Windows 8.1 and 7 users who haven't yet made the switch to Windows 10. Up until now, the easiest way to upgrade to Windows 10 was using the Get Windows 10 icon that appeared in the System Tray at the bottom right-hand co...

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29th April 2016

Security Alert: Backdoor.Komprogo

Backdoor.Komprogo is a Trojan horse that opens a back door on the compromised computer and downloads malicious files. It creates the following registry entries on infected systems: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ Software\ Microsoft\ Narrator\ NoRoam\ "ComponentName" = "C2F8037A...

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29th April 2016

Restore a Missing Search Box

You might find that the Search programs and files field in the Start menu of Windows 7 suddenly goes missing. The field can get lost when you make changes to your settings. Open the Control Panel and, at the top right-hand corner, set the view to Lar...

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29th April 2016

Beware the Anti-virus Threat

We all know that you need an anti-virus program on your PC to stay secure while browsing online. It will intercept threats that arrive via email, the web, or a removable drive and prevent them from infecting your PC. But what if your anti-virus program itself was a threa...

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