Malware infections are not always easy to clean up. These days the software pests use clever techniques to protect themselves from being deleted. In many a cases it is almost impossible to delete a Malware file while Windows is running.
TDL3 rootkit is one of the most advanced rootkit ever seen in the wild. The rootkit was stable and could infect 32 bit Windows operating system; although administrator rights were needed to install the infection in the system.
Folks frequently have questions about whether they have too many or not enough security programs and if programs will conflict or if their computer is secure. DefenceInspector is a basic tool which checks the security of your Windows computer.
SCars is a program designed to aid users in performing the regular computer maintenance tasks that should be undertaken to keep their computer working efficiently. Tasks such as updating Windows and security software, and cleaning temporary files are important to [...]
Starting October, small businesses can begin using Microsoft Security Essentials on up to 10 PCs in their company at NO COST to provide them with protection from viruses, spyware and other malicious threats. Prior to this licensing change, Microsoft Security [...]
Microsoft has released a study conducted by Cross-Tab Marketing Services, carried over 1000 parents across USA and asked them whether they were aware of their childrens social networking activities and the issues which concerned them most.
If you are one of the many users who jumped on the chance to download the latest beta version of Internet Explorer 9, beware. While the new IE9 is simply awesome, its still beta. The latest variant of the rogue [...]
Alert : Your PC may be in danger! Risk: High. Get protection now! Buy XXX! Sounds familiar? These are how most scareware alerts are worded! Scareware are those software with malafide intent, that scare you into buying their products. UPDATE: [...]
There are many different types of malware threats on the internet, waiting and ready to get downloaded to your Windows PC, to compromise and breach your system’s security. Spyware and Virus are most common among them. They are both forms of [...]
Like the Microsoft Security Essentials and the Windows Live Safety scanner, the Malicious Software Removal Tool is yet another free security scanner from Microsoft for Windows users. Malicious Software Removal Tool The Microsoft Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool helps remove [...]
Most of you are aware of Phishing, where a fraudulent process is initiate with the intent of acquiring sensitive information like passwords and credit card details, by presenting oneself as a legitimate entity. But what if you are on a [...]
Some time back there were reports about a security issue that affected about 40 different Windows apps. Microsoft has quickly responded to such reports of potential zero-day attacks against such Windows programs by publishing an update or tool to block [...]
Is your Windows Firewall giving you problems? Maybe you get a security warning telling you that the Windows Firewall is turned offand you are unable to start it … or maybe you cannot access shared files or printers. If so, [...]
We are pleased to offer 10 licenses of Immunet Protect Plus Cloud AntiVirus free of cost to the readers of The Windows Club. A cloud-based antivirus software does not store the virus definitions on your Windows computer. Rather than using [...]
There is a new fake Microsoft Security Essentials doing the rounds! This Microsoft Security Essentials Alert is basically a Trojan which tries to trick you into buying one of the 5 rogue anti-virus programs that it is pushing.
The Anti-Virus Research and Data Security Organization AV-Test just finished up spending three months testing 19 security products in the areas of protection, repair and usability. On Monday, August 16th they released the test results, and Microsoft is pleased they have received [...]