PCKeeper, as its name indicates, is a piece of application that serves to ward off infections and optimize PC performance. As what has been introduced on some downloading sites, PCKeeper “is a bundle of 15 must-have tools and human assistance services”. Yet, it doesn’t win much from PC users, some would say that PCKeeper promises much and ends up doing so little; what’s worse, it triggers pop-up ads. Such ads have been largely on some reputable web sites including YouTube.
Symptoms of Getting PCKeeper Pop-up Ads
FBI Cybercrime Division Virus is a notorious cyber threat that dupes innocent users and damages their computers. One of typical symptoms was locking victim computer with a bogus notification that scared to pay $300 in three days; if not, a criminal case is the charge against victim. In many cases, victims are freaking out that the notification looked real that it has the logo of institution and their computers can’t access to desktop or run any programs. The frauds are in the disguise of FBI to fool and scam users, but there is no FBI Cybercrime Division in fact. This virus usually requires victims to pay MoneyPak voucher. In earlier, it took Windows computers as targets but later it began to attack Mac.
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National Security Agency virus is a kind of ransomware which would block user’s computer and ask for $300. National Security Agency virus is designed by cyber criminals to cheat people’s money by locking the PC screen. Windows users would receive “Your Computer has Been Locked” warning message when their computers have been infected by this moneypak virus. The main attack target of the NSA virus is United State and a few of Englishing-speaking countries. Actually, the warning message is absolutely fake and it claims that the users have violated copy-right and related rights law- (Video, Music, Software) and illegally using or distributing copyrighted content. It scares the victims they would never have the PC system unblocked and even would be arrested unless they pay the fine in 48 hours. Most of the PC users were shocked when they saw the alerts from National Security Agency virus at the first sigh. 90% of the victims would choose to send the money to strangers in the hope of unblocking their infected computer very soon. Unfortunately, this will never happen because the only purpose of hijacker is to steal your money. After receiving the fine, they would go away and leave you the locked PC. Every time when you try to start the Windows system you can see the nothing but only the large warning message.
Recently, the mobile data analysis start -up Onavo of Israel has revealed the message, which stated that Onavo Company was brought by Facebook in its official blog. Facebook is expected to utilize Onavo’s technology on the global Internet project, which named “Internet.org”.
The co-founder and CEO Mr. Rosen (Guy Rosen) and the CTO Roi Tiger of Onavo company have expressed their thoughts in a statement, claiming that they developed Onavo three years ago, the Onavo products are endowed with the purpose of helping consumers to have a more efficient work on mobile devices. Moreover, the Onavo company is very eager to join Facebook team, and support the mission that connects the world together of Facebook, so that to make Onavo itself more influential.
The “Internet.org” project founded by Facebook, is aimed at creating a partnership among the global technology pioneers, which will make the numerous mobile Internet users who take up two-thirds of the world population capable of connecting to the Internet. The “Internet.org” project’s partners include: Ericsson, Nokia, Qualcomm, Opera and Facebook. Continue reading