Remove the PCBooster or Booster.exe Miner

Booster.exe is a Trojan that utilizes a victim's computer resources to mine for the digital currency called Monero. This miner is launched through various executables that are configured to startup when the user logs into WindowsThis article was publis...
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Remove the GTFSISSETON Updater Adware

GTFSISSETON Updater is part of the Vidsquare adware program. This component will periodically check for new updates for the Vidsquare adware, download them, and install them on the computer. Due to this, even if Vidsquare has been removed it is possibl...
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Remove the Browser-Security PUP

Browser-Security is a potentially unwanted program that is commonly installed by adware bundles that are downloaded from the Internet. This program states that it can protect your browser from malicious sites that contain malware or phishing attacks.Th...
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Remove the Wise XMRig CPU Miner

The Wise XMRig CPU Miner is a Trojan that utilizes a victim's CPU processing power to mine digital currency for the Trojan developer. This miner is called Wise because of the uninstall entry called wise that it adds to Windows when it is installed. Thi...
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AVG Internet Security Review: A premium antivirus suite that you can put on all your household PCs

AVG has a big advantage in the free antivirus space since it owns both Avast (acquired in 2016) and its homegrown product, AVG Free. The hope is that you’ll love the free stuff so much that you’ll eventually upgrade to one of its paid products.

In the case of AVG, most people go with its Internet Security program. Priced at $70, it’s one step down from the company’s flagship product, AVG Ultimate, and lacks a number of Ultimate’s less crucial features. For example, you don’t get AVG’s PC tune up package or third-party desktop software updater. That’s hardly a loss, though, as you can find free programs to dump cached folders taking up too much space or monitor software updates. The important security features are all included in the $70 security suite, however, including antivirus, firewall, and phishing protection.

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Remove the Power Handler Adware

Power Handler is an adware program that allows you to schedule various activities on the computer such as shutting it down, restarting, locking the screen, or displaying an alert. What it does not tell you, though, is that it will also install adware p...
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Remove the Winserv.exe & AudioHD.exe CPU Miner (XMRig)

The Winserv.exe & AudioHD.exe Miner is a Trojan that utilizes a victim's CPU processing power to mine digital currency for the Trojan developer. When installed, this Trojan will install a miner called AudioHD.exe that will be launched automatically when a user logs into the computer. Once running, it will attempt to mine digital currency for the malware developer by using the resources of your computer's processor.

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