Tuesday, 14 December 2010

FixRedirectVirus.org Has Finally Found a Solution For The Google Redirect Virus!


FixRedirectVirus.org is a software program designed to get rid of the Google Redirect Virus from your PC.
This application has been created by a computer technician in the UK who
had his computer infected with the virus. After spending months removing the infection, he created several effective ways to remove it, which have all been included in his popular program.

The "FixRedirectVirus.org" product is a software tool which interactively walks you step-by-step through to a series of high quality tutorials that will explain in layman's terms exactly how to get rid of the Google Redirect infection. The benefits of creating a program like this are that you are continually getting the most up to date techniques to remove the virus (the program is easier to update than a traditional "scanner"), you get to see exactly how to get rid of the virus step-by-step, and the program works on every PC.

After talking with the creator of FixRedirectVirus.org, we found that 100's of people havealready benefitted from this tool and he gets many thank-you emails every day. If you have the Google Redirect Virus, it's definitely worth trying out this solution, and you can see our review on the right panel:

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Tuesday, 7 December 2010

Postcard from Hallmark Virus Hoax


By Mary Landesman, About.com Guide

Description:

A hoax. The Postcard from Hallmark virus hoax is a knock-off on the old A Virtual Card for You hoax. It contains many telltale signs of a virus hoax. The Postcard from Hallmark hoax includes a link to a Snopes article which is worded in such a way that it appears the hoax warning is legitimate. It isn't. While greeting card scams do exist, they don't bear any resemblance to what's outlined in the hoax. Following is one example of the Postcard from Hallmark virus hoax:

Example of hoax email:

THIS ONE IS FOR REAL...

http://www.snopes.com/computer/virus/postcard.asp

Hi All,
 
I checked Snopes (URL above:), and it is for real!!

Get this E-mail message sent around to your contacts ASAP.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS WARNING AMONG FRIENDS, FAMILY AND CONTACTS!

You should be alert during the next few days. Do not open any message with an attachment entitled 'POSTCARD FROM HALLMARK,' regardless of who sent it to you. It is a virus which opens A POSTCARD IMAGE, which 'burns' the whole hard disc `C' of your computer. This virus will be received from someone who has your e-mail address in his/her contact list. This is the reason why you need to send this e-mail to all your contacts It is better to receive This message 25 times than to receive the virus and open it.

If you receive a mail called' POSTCARD,' even though sent to you by a friend, do not open it. Shut down your computer immediately.

This is the worst virus announced by CNN. It has been classified by Microsoft as the most destructive virus ever. This virus was discovered by McAfee yesterday, and there is no repair yet for this kind of virus. This virus simply destroys the Zero Sector of the Hard disc, where the vital information is kept.

COPY THIS E-MAIL, AND SEND IT TO YOUR FRIENDS. REMEMBER: IF YOU SEND IT TO THEM, YOU WILL BENEFIT ALL OF US.


Remember: Hoaxes are a waste of both time and money. Do your friends and family a real favor and please don't forward them on to others. And if you are tempted to forward something 'just in case', read the article Toxic Excuses instead.

Thursday, 30 September 2010

FBI arrests more than 80 cyber criminals after computer virus siphons $3m from U.S. accounts

More than 80 people have been charged in connection with $3million being stolen from American bank accounts by hackers in eastern Europe.

The con artists used computer viruses to steal user names and passwords from unsuspecting victims, and then used the information to siphon off money from their accounts.

Foreign students were used in the heist to open up bank accounts in the U.S., which  were then used to transfer money that had been stolen in the cyber-theft scheme.

Dozens charged in international $3million computer virus scam
Vulnerable: Hundreds of unsuspecting computer users were targeted in a cyber theft scheme that raided $3million from bank accounts using Trojan viruses

In court papers unsealed in the U.S. District Court in Manhattan, 37 offenders were charged with their roles in hacking into dozens of victims' accounts.

Charges included conspiracy to commit bank fraud, money laundering, false identification use and passport fraud.

Fifty-five others have been charged after a year-long investigation by the FBI.

Attorney Preet Bharara compared cyber criminals to classic bank robbers, saying: 'The mouse and the keyboard can be far more effective than the gun and the mask..
Mr Bharara revealed that the victims of the attacks included five banks and dozens of individuals across America.

Ten people were arrested early today - nine in the New York area and one in Pittsburgh. The others had already been arrested with at least 17 being fugitives.

The FBI said the cyber attacks included malware known as the Zues Trojan, which was typically sent as an email to computers at small businesses and offices.

Once the email's attachment was opened, the virus embedded itself in the victims' computers to secretly monitor their computer activity.

The virus recorded their keystrokes and captured their user names and passwords when they next logged into their online bank accounts.

The Trojan program also stole passwords for email log-ins and social networking websites that ordinarily only the user would know.
Individuals known as 'money mules' were used in the States to actually steal the money from individual accounts.

Mr Bharara said those arrested consisted almost entirely of mules and four people who managed them.

'The Zeus Trojan allegedly allowed the hackers, from thousands of miles away, to get their hands on other people's money - with far less exertion than a safe cracker or bank robber'

New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance said people from Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Belarus had come to the States on student visas.

They were then recruited through social networking sites and newspaper ads to fraudulently open hundreds of bank accounts.

The money stolen from the victims would then be deposited into those illegal accounts and transferred in smaller amounts elsewhere.
Authorities said those who actually set up the bank accounts would keep up to ten per cent for themselves, sending the rest to those higher up in the scheme.

Mr Vance said: 'This advanced cyber crime ring is a disturbing example of organised crime in the 21st century - high-tech and widespread.'

Gregory Antenson, commanding officer of the city police department's Financial Crimes Task Force, said the police had shown up at a bank in the Bronx in February to investigate a suspicious $44,000 withdrawal.
This investigation then led them into the international probe that was already under way.
Janice K. Fedarcyk, assistant director in charge of the FBI's New York office, said: 'The Zeus Trojan allegedly allowed the hackers, from thousands of miles away, to get their hands on other people's money - with far less exertion than a safe cracker or bank robber'.


Source:www.dailymail.co.uk


Thursday, 12 August 2010

Online banking virus Zeus v3 fleeces thousands

Computer (Pic:Rex)
Hackers have raided thousands of online bank accounts in a sophisticated sting.

The scammers have stolen about £675,000 from customers at a top high street bank, which remained unnamed last night. About 3,000 people are thought to have been hit between July 5 and August 4 - and the theft is said to be still going on.

Accounts have been raided after people had their computers infected by a new Trojan virus - known as Zeus v3 - as they surfed the net.

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The company said: "Criminals continuously seek new, sophisticated ways to steal information and money without detection."

Victims of online banking fraud usually have the money refunded.

Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news

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