Shop to win is a browser add-ons which is compatible with Internet Explorer and Mozilla FireFox. It tracks Internet user’s browsing history and distribute prizes to ones that purchase something from their partners. Developers of this website say that Shot to Win has partnered with more than 2500 merchants. This browser extension is not related to malware or virus infections however latest complaints from computer users stating that they haven’t installed this plug-in but they still receive notifications and ads from Shop to Win makes this browser plug-in an unnecessary application. Shop to Win is not a virus to attack system files, user who entangle with this add-on should be still conscious that it can be easily made use of online attackers promoting malicious adverts into your system forcibly. Most of the time users don’t download it into computer willingly it is infiltrated into the system secretly with free software’s without user’s consent. Shop to win is adware that presents itself as a toolbar. There are various symptoms of the same i.e. it records you internet activity data, it displays lot of commercial advertisements, may come with spyware or other privacy software. If you want to avoid installation of such unwanted browser plug-ins you should be cautious when installing freeware. Always check every installation step and opt-out any additional browser add-ons and don’t allow changing you Internet browsers settings.
To remove shop to win adware from your system you need to follow some simple steps:
1. For Windows 7 Users: Click “Start” (“Windows Logo” in the bottom left corner of your desktop), choose “Control Panel”. Locate “Programs and Features”. Look for “Shop To Win” select this entry and click Uninstall.
2. For Windows XP Users: Click “Start”, choose “Settings” and click “Control Panel”. Locate and click “Add or Remove Programs”. Look for “Shop To Win” select this entry and click Remove.
After removing shop to win adware from the system scan your system for deletion of unwanted components for the security of the system. Also you should get rid of the adware from Internet browser as well. Click “Tools”, select “Manage Add-ons”. Look for “Shop to Win” and disable the entry. Similarly also remove it from Mozilla Firefox. Click “Tools” (at the top of the window), select “Add-ons”. Click on “Extensions” and disable “ShopToWin2”. Read More →

CleanBoan is a computer virus, which pretend to be a legal security program and will report that malware has been detected on your system, however if you try to remove these infections it will state that you need to buy this product before being able to do so. There are heavy chances that CleanBoan can enter into your system after you have visited an infected website which exploited vulnerability in one of your programs or after you have opened an infected email attachment. Once installed on your computer CleanBoan will start a false security scan which will report that trojans, rootkits and other malware were found on your computer, however if you try to remove this infections, it will state that you need to buy this product before being able to do so. CleanBoan is a scam and its alerts are only meant to scare you into buying this malicious product. As part of its self-defense mechanism, CleanBoan has disabled the Windows system utilities, including the Windows Task Manager and Registry Editor, and will block you from running certain programs that could lead to its removal. CleanBoan has modified your Windows files associations and now, whenever you try to run any programs that have a .exe extension ,it will display a bogus notification in which will report that the file is infected.
Removing CleanBoan rogue from PC manually is not a simple task to do because this rogue comes bundle with root kits and self-mutating technology that prevents its tracking from antivirus applications. Also it is not a particular file that needs to be removed from the system because the traces of this rogue are distributed all over the hard drive. So, detecting each of them and removing them manually is really a tiresome and time consuming job and even after that you can’t be sure of its complete removal. So, it is advised that you better download the specialized program in this regard provided below for free and run a scan to detect and eliminate all the traces of CleanBoan rogue completely from the PC. For the manual removal of the program you need to follow the steps below:
Step:1 Start your Windows system and keep pressing ‘F8’ button on your keyboard until Windows Advanced Option menu shows up. Then choose the ‘Safe Mode with Command Prompt’ option from the list and press ‘Enter’. Step:2 Press Alt+Clt+Del it will open the task manager and then stop the cleanboan process. Step:3 Delete the local files by cleanboan created in Local Disk C hard drive. Step:4 Open your Registry Editor program by navigation to start menu type in regedit and then click ok. Delete all the registry entries associated with cleanboan. Read More →

XP Defender Pro Virus is a fake program. Just like its counterparts, XP Defender Pro is a program that will take over your computer and shows fake messages and alerts in order to pursue you to buy their software. XP Defender Pro changes its name according to the OS it is installed on. You will know that you have this program because XP Defender Pro will slow down your computer from when you are starting it up to when you are shutting it down, it will take over your security settings and firewall. It takes over your internet browser and block certain programs that are able to uninstall/remove it. When it takes over your internet browser it will redirect all of your searches and websites to irrelevant sites and just annoy you. It will also show false alerts, run false security scans that display false errors and tell you that the only way to get rid of it is by buying its program. You will get this program from going on hacked websites or websites that look suspicious and have lots of popups. XP Defender Pro will self-install without asking you and run a scan that will show false alerts and tell you to buy their program and then run it in order to get rid of the program. You would like to get rid of this program because it is annoying to have your computer be slow as well as have popups and false alerts showing up. So in order to get rid of XP Defender Pro follow these steps: Read More →

Zero Access Rootkit
Is your computer rebooting while you are working on it? Is computer behaving like a stranger? When you try to searching something on your browser does it gives you unpredicted results? Is your computer struck or hang randomly? Is this all happened sometimes after you have been visited on unknown website? Or opening an e-mail link which you don’t know? Or downloading some free software from Internet?
Yes then it may be your computer is victim of deadliest virus know as Zero Access Rootkit. Why it called deadliest because if computer is infected with this virus it want be a single virus it invites hall lots of its friend with him so it is very difficult to remove all of them with different symptoms. It affects both 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It directly attacks to Kernel of Operating system and modify MBR which is call Master Boot Record so it paralyzed your system. It modifies your registry files too and that is why it is deadly for computer and you should remove as soon as you see any of above symptoms. It is more dangerous because it stays hidden and infects servise.exe and .dll files of system. Last and most dangerous thing it displays fake search engine results so hackers can have easy access of any of these imposter web pages. Now you realize why it is impotent to remove this virus from system as soon as possible.. Read More →

XP Home Security Pro 2013 virus is an another addition to the active and aggressive Multirogue clan which is committed to defrauding the unsuspecting and new users to spend money to fix fictitious computer infection. The name of the new faces changes according to the operating system of the target computer. It spread via Trojans, hacked websites and malicious downloads. Adds itself a start-up entry so that it can be started triggered with windows loading. XP Home Security Pro 2013 Virus cannot be stopped by antivirus because it pretend like a real security tool in the system and makes changes in unclear way that your genuine antivirus won’t pick them. It renames its harmless files with random name and adds complexity to its removal. Therefore manual removal is the preferred way to uninstall XP Home Security Pro 2013 Virus. To remove XP Home Security Pro 2013 Virus start your computer in safe mode with networking. To get into safe mode at the time of start-up of your computer press F8 key on your keyboard multiple times until you see Windows Advanced Option menu then select Safe mode with networking from the list. Download registry fix file. After saving the file to your desktop – double click fix.reg and then click YES to confirm. Open Internet explorer, click Tools and select Internet Options. Select “Connections”. Click LAN settings, if a Use a proxy server for your LAN is checked, uncheck it and press OK. Kill XP Home Security Pro 2013 processes. Remove XP Home Security Pro 2013 registry entries. Delete XP Home Security Pro 2013 files. You can also use security tool that can fully remove XP Home Security Pro 2013 from your computer. We have attached here some steps to remove XP Home Security Pro 2013 virus. Read More →