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Google Challenges Microsoft Office Suite for a Share of the Enterprise Application Industry – Part 2

Should distributed version control be designed into a word processor Application? Why not just have a add on for git, mercurial, subversion, or whatever? Google Apps for Business collaboration isn’t only DVCS – It’s real time. I’ve seen Google docs

Posted in Google Apps V. MS Office 365

A close encounter involving evaluation and extraction of the potent and tricky Fakesysdef Aka Alureon rootkit.

A client a short while ago brought a laptop into shop suffering with what was described as: “I’m receiving the bogus screens of HDD S. M. A. R. T. on my laptop notifying me to pay for a full license

Posted in Virus, Malware And Spyware Removal

A closer look at the analysis and decontamination of the virulent and destructive FBI / DOJ Moneypak ransom trojan.

We not too long ago encountered a version of the prevalent urausy.fbi.moneypack ransomware from a client who described the computer as: “My dad’s laptop obtained the Department of Justice moneypak virus. It states to be from the department of justice

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Buying a Notebook That Won’t Include MS Windows 8.

We had been fairly recently posed this query, and its an excellent one, from one of our very good clients: “I am just starting to look for a pc for school, and the only thing I manage to find are

Posted in Is Windows 8 Really That Bad?

Google Challenges Microsoft Office Suite for a Share of the Enterprise Application Industry – Part 1

Over a number of years Google Apps for Business incrementally (and in some cases not so slowly) bit into MS’ monopoly on business application distribution. Affordable pricing programs and simple integration sparked Googles’ validation inside the enterprise application sector. Google

Posted in Google Apps V. MS Office 365

A close encounter involving examination and excision of the JS: Iframe-FG JavaScript virus.

A business associate stopped by the pc shop not long ago. He expressed serious concerns about a probable malicious take over of his online business ınternet site. Moreover, He required some assistance examining new malware alerts originating from his anti-malware

Posted in Virus, Malware And Spyware Removal

Pages from the lab book of a pc tech: analysis and eradication of the destructive Trojan. Win32. Weelsof virus.

A new associate came by the office yesterday, carrying her suffering computer along with her. She described regular warnings from her anti-virus software program, Avast!, showing possible corruption within the C: ProgramData directory. She added that the alerts pointed out

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On The job experience with and eradication of the effective TDL4 malware.

Recently a person brought in a laptop troubled with, as he referred to, “the ever present blue-screen-of death”. He continued to clarify the computer system, at first, would on occasion display an error screen primarily after at least an hour

Posted in Virus, Malware And Spyware Removal

On The job evaluation and decontamination of the extensive win32: malware-gen malware.

An interesting afternoon without a doubt. a couple of customers got in touch with us today, both of whom with computers evidently corrupted with the recently commonplace win32: malware-gen trojan. Both customers detailed regular notifications from their anti-malware, Kaspersky and

Posted in Virus, Malware And Spyware Removal

In-The-Field evaluation and removal of the “Sirefef” Trojan.

A new customer got in contact with me, recently, to explain various alerts her anti-malware produced over the last 24 hours – in this instance her anti-virus application was AVG. She identified alerts such as virus descriptions: win64: sirefef-A win64:

Posted in Virus, Malware And Spyware Removal
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