Run DLL Error “The specified module could not be found.”

Run DLL Error

When you see the errormessage – Run DLL Error “The specified module could not be found.” then your computer is probably infected with malware. So, basically, you are getting this error message because the related file is no longer present on your computer and that causes the “The specified module could not be found.” message.

Trojan.BitcoinMiner Removal Guide

Trojan.BitcoinMiner Removal Guide

When Trojan.BitcoinMiner is detected with a scan of Malwarebytes Anti-Malware your computer is infected with a Trojan horse. Once the Trojan.BitcoinMiner infected the target PC, it will use various ways to protect itself from being removed. This malware is designed by cybercriminals to use the GPU and CPU power to mine bitcoins on the infected system

How to remove Win32/Patched rpcss.dll virus

How to remove Win32/Patched rpcss.dll virus

The Win32/Patched rpcss.dll virus is responsible for problems like (audio ads playing in background). TheWin32/Patched rpcss.dll virus will modify (infect) “c:\WINDOWS\system32\rpcss.dll” and svchost.exe. Once the Win32/Patched rpcss.dll virus is installed it will connect to a command and control server, and can also monitor your internet activity. The most antivirus vendors will detect the rpcss.dll virus using their heuristic

Zekos malware infection (Removal Guide)

Zekos malware infection (Removal Guide)

The Zekos trojan als known as Trojan.Patched.Zekos is responsible for problems like (audio ads playing in background). The Zekos trojan will modify (infect) rpcss.dll and svchost.exe. Once the Zekos malware is installed it will connect to a command and control server, and can also monitor your internet activity. The most antivirus vendors will detect Zekos using

Google Captcha Removal Guide

Google Captcha Removal Guide

If you are searching for something on Google and get the Google Captcha message, indicates that “Unusual traffic from your computer network is being detected?” then your computer is probably infected with malware, adware of other unwated programs which are responsible for the unusual traffic. Google will displays only a Google Captcha page when it notices

Trojan.Zbot Removal Guide

Trojan.Zbot Removal Guide

Trojan.Zbot belongs to the Zeus family of malware, and this Trojan Horse is designed to steal personal information from the victim’s system. The Trojan.Zbot malware is most widely known for stealing financial account information, like online banking credentials login details, personal and private account data. The Trojan.Zbot spreads by email but can also install with

Backdoor Win32/Fynloski.A removal guide

Backdoor Win32/Fynloski.A

Backdoor Win32/Fynloski.A also known as DarkComet is a repackaged version of a remote access tool (RAT). Backdoor Win32/Fynloski.A allows unauthorized access and control of an affected computer. It is capable of downloading and executing other malicous files. Besides that the “Backdoor Win32/Fynloski.A” trojan wil also collect system information, record keystrokes and is able to steal

PUM.UserWLoad – Trojan.Ransom removal instructions

PUM.UserWLoad - Trojan.Ransom

PUM.UserWLoad is a difficult to remove remnant of the Trojan.Ransom infection. PUM.UserWLoad is a register reference which the permissions are modified so that they can not be removed in the normal way. When you run a scan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware and over again the same items are detected, when PUM.UserWLoad and Trojan.Ransom should be deleted on

Trojan Win32 Tracur.AV removal instructions

Trojan Win32 Tracur.AV

Trojan Win32 Tracur.AV is Trojan Horse that will redirect your Internet search queries to a malicious URL and allows backdoor access and control. The Trojan Win32 Tracur.AV is also able to install other malware on the comprmised computer. The main intention of Trojan Win32 Tracur.AV is to deploy a different malware that has a wide payload onto

E-mail from your ISP – infected computer

E-mail from your ISP - infected computer

When you get an email from your ISP with the notification about a infected computer, then it is possible that one of the computers is actually infected with malware. Many Internet Service Providers are able to monitor malicious traffic from your account, and this kind of -email messages are often sent automatically to their customers