If you are sure that the file is safe, but Gridinsoft Anti-Malware detects it as a threat, you can report a false positive. There are two kinds of submission channels in the program: manual and auto. Manual False Positive Submission: there is a form on our website submit file for analysis where a user can upload a… Continue reading How to Report a False Positive Detection?
Password stealers, or PWS, is the specific malware type that attempts to get your passwords and other credentials. These viruses have been pretty widespread over the last seven years, giving cybercriminals access to the accounts of various individuals and companies. But many users don’t know how it works and how to avoid the PWS injection.… Continue reading What Is Password Stealer And How Dangerous Is It?
Throughout the timeline of the trojan virus evolution, it obtained a lot of different forms. They have become global malware that can exploit your computer as it wants. In this article, I will tell you about the particular type of trojan virus – Trojan Coin Miners, also known as “Coin Miner Virus”. Coin miners: essence,… Continue reading Coin Miner – What is it?
5G networks are declared as an amazing technology that can allow us to use different options of ultra high speed connection. The biggest 5G network in the world is located in China, where people can feel the 5G effect in summer 2020. But a lot of problems were uncovered after such massive testing. One of… Continue reading 5G and it’s possible effect on our lives
In a world where almost everything comes with a price it’s sometimes nice to have at least free wifi. But starting with such a poetic intro here actually comes the real concern: how to use Wi-Fi for free and keep your data private. Many people don’t realize it but using public Wi-Fi puts you at… Continue reading How To Use Public Wi-Fi Safely: Risks To Watch Out For
When accessing the internet, we are often introduced to seemingly wonderful websites, which we think would assist us with our internet surfing, and we often fall into the trap of thinking that these websites are save to use. In addition to that, it is advisable to us to install a number of web applications to… Continue reading Who stands behind cyberattacks? Top 5 types of attackers
Botnets are a new reality that seems to have somehow imperceptibly swooped upon us. In fact, the first documented botnet – a network of bots – was created as early as 2001. Today some botnets include tens of millions of machines. And these computers perform the tasks they are given in complete ignorance of their… Continue reading What is a Botnet: Signs Your Computer Is Part Of A Botnet
Nothing is more annoying than receiving a notification about your device’s storage being full. You delete some software, your favourite music, some memorable pictures but, still the storage seems to remain full. It is definitely a hair pulling moment. But, you can solve this problem on your Windows by following the easy steps given below.… Continue reading How to clean space on your Windows computer?
Which is the most secure Web browser? Google Chrome? Mozilla Firefox? Microsoft’s Edge? It’s a simple question but the answer is quite complicated. Five years back a poll was carried out and results shows security-conscious browser users overwhelmingly voted Firefox as the most secure. But during the annual Pwn2own hacking contest in March 2014, Firefox… Continue reading How can you enhance the security of your browser?
Modern computers have working stability much higher than the stability of the computers in the late ‘90s – early ‘00s. Nonetheless, nasty bugs sometimes make us frenzy, because they make the working process problematic. Besides the BSODs and malicious software, there is a thing that is much harder to understand – constant PC rebooting. Why… Continue reading How To Fix a Computer That Randomly Restarts