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  1. Hello everyone, Can someone help me with the AGHO Ransomware virus ? All my files are now encrypted. Is there any solution to recover my personal files ? Thank you.
  2. Viruses are the IKEA furniture of the living world. In the right kind of cell, a handful of instructions and a few molecular tools can churn out multitudes of infectious Billy bookcases. No DIY builder wants to travel all over town to gather materials - theoretically, germs shouldn't be any different. Yet a new discovery suggests at least one category of virus can still pull itself together even if its instructions are split up into separate cells. A team of researchers from the Université de Montpellier in France recently conducted an experiment on a group of viruses wi
  3. A SARS-like virus that has spread across China and reached three other Asian nations is contagious between humans, a government expert said Monday, and the World Health Organization announced that a key emergency committee would meet this week to discuss the infections. The new coronavirus strain, first discovered in the central city of Wuhan, has caused alarm because of its connection to Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS), which killed nearly 650 people across mainland China and Hong Kong in 2002-2003. The total number of people diagnosed with the new virus has r
  4. Never-before-seen virus may be behind mystery outbreak in China Investigators have already ruled out SARS and other obvious culprits, officials say. Enlarge / Colored image of coronaviruses made from a transmission electron microscopy. Getty | BSIP A mysterious outbreak of viral pneumonia linked to a wild-animal market in the Chinese city of Wuhan may be caused by a never-before-seen virus, according to preliminary reports. Officials in neighboring areas, meanwhile, are screening travelers for symptom
  5. In the news, Boeing (an aircraft maker) has been "targeted by a WannaCry virus attack". Phrased this way, it's implausible. There are no new attacks targeting people with WannaCry. There is either no WannaCry, or it's simply a continuation of the attack from a year ago. It's possible what happened is that an anti-virus product called a new virus "WannaCry". Virus families are often related, and sometimes a distant relative gets called the same thing. I know this watching the way various anti-virus products label my own software, which isn't a virus, but which virus writ
  6. Security researchers have discovered an interesting piece of malware that infects systems with either a cryptocurrency miner or ransomware, depending upon their configurations to decide which of the two schemes could be more profitable. While ransomware is a type of malware that locks your computer and prevents you from accessing the encrypted data until you pay a ransom to get the decryption key required to decrypt your files, cryptocurrency miners utilize infected system's CPU power to mine digital currencies. Both ransomware and cryptocurrency mining-based
  7. Some viruses produce insulin-like hormones that can stimulate human cells -- and have potential to cause disease Scientists have identified four viruses that can produce insulin-like hormones that are active on human cells. Every cell in your body responds to the hormone insulin, and if that process starts to fail, you get diabetes. In an unexpected finding, scientists at Joslin Diabetes Center have identified four viruses that can produce insulin-like hormones that are active on human cells. The discovery brings new possibilities for revealing biological mechanisms that
  8. CryptoLocker: A particularly pernicious virus By Susan Bradley Online attackers are using encryption to lock up our files and demand a ransom — and AV software probably won't protect you. Here are ways to defend yourself from CryptoLocker — pass this information along to friends, family, and business associates. Forgive me if I sound a bit like those bogus virus warnings proclaiming, "You have the worst virus ever!!" But there's a new threat to our data that we need to take seriously. It's already hit many consumers and small businesses. Called CryptoLocker, this infection shows up in two way
  9. Okay so it all started like this... I was browsing around pastebin.com and checking out all the newest "untitled" posts. Here I came upon a rather interesting one with the link to a file named "keygen.exe" Knowing me, I downloaded the file, because most uploaders link to a text paste after having someone fill out a survey. So I decided to grab this new unknown keygen in hopes of it being a breakthrough and post it on nsane. EDIT: Here's a copy of the file that I downloaded- http://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/WQYKGMIJ/Keygen.rar_links My stupidity didn't occur to me at the time so I downloade
  10. TDSSKillerPortable_x .x_English_o nline.paf.exe PortableApps.comFormatMakes application portableMakes application stealthDependencies: Administrative PrivilegesUNC: YesCompatible: WinAllCRC: 70AD6C73Size: 253 KB (259,642 bytes)Note: when an update is released, simply re-run installer to update. Why post an app. that's already posted by PortableApps.com? Because their version is faulty, leaves trash behind in the registry & file system.
  11. Brian12

    Malware Removal Guide

    "This guide will help you remove malicious software from your computer. If you think your computer might be infected with a virus or trojan, you may want to use this guide. It provides step-by-step instructions on how to remove malware from Windows operating system. It highlights free malware removal tools and resources that are necessary to clean your computer. You will quickly learn how to remove a virus, a rootkit, spyware, and other malware." Guide: http://www.selectrealsecurity.com/malware-removal-guide I'll be posting updates. :)
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