>Adware Alert : Amazing Web Cam childbirth video


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This is an Optical Illusion and not porn or Childbirth, Its Adware infected Xvid Codec’s to watch the video, Do Not Click Play because it auto likes a facebook scam page,  These Videos can be found on Youtube and do not require downloads.

 Below is the forced download to watch the video

This is the Alert we got while scanning the files for Adware and Viruses

Defined – Adware, or advertising-supported software, is any software package which automatically plays, displays, or downloads advertisements to a computer. These advertisements can be in the form of a pop-up. The object of the Adware is to generate revenue for its author. Adware, by itself, is harmless; however, some adware may come with integrated spyware such as keyloggers and other privacy-invasive software.

Instructions are here to remove the Adware http://www.pchell.com/support/zango.shtml

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>Virus Alert : Texas HoldEm Poker Bot [Working]


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Facebook Page : http://www.facebook.com/pages/Texas-HoldEm-Poker-Bot-Working/119714674750879?sk=wall&filter=2

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Confirmation Virus Scan Preformed With Avira Anti-Virus


Staying Virus Free Created by MBK Of ScamSniper


Question:
I’ve gotten a few messages from people asking: Is it’s possible that they can receive computer viruses from the scam pages, groups, Rogue apps, fake events and or viral links they may stumble across on facebook? Also many of them wanted to know what they could do to keep their computers safe from the other virus threats that can be found around the  internet in general. People just wanting to know what precautions they should take to defend against these threats.

Answer:
Visiting any of the many scam groups or pages that are on Facebook will normally not place a virus on your computer. Visiting pages on the “facebook platform” will not transfer malware to your computer because the “facebook platform” is virus free. However, you need to be cautious if you have followed any of the links on those pages, groups, your wall/news feed, inbox or chat and those links have taken you OUT OF FACEBOOK to an external web address or initiated a file download from an external web address.You also need to be aware that there have been cases where a malicious application or page creator was able to place a malicious download in a facebook page which loaded an external website into that page via what is known as an IFrame. While on an external website or a facebook page with an external website loaded via an Iframe, it may be possible for a scammer to place a bad download on the web page or infect your PC through the web page. 

Other ways to get a virus while using your computer.

  • Mistakenly downloading a piece of software that you thought was safe while on the Internet. 
  • Getting caught off guard by a compromised or malicious website while surfing. 
  • Receiving one via an email or IM as an attachment or link from an infected computer. 
  • Using a removable thumb-drive or hard drive that has been infected and not cleaned..

What can I do:
  • Your best defense is to stay aware while on facebook and online period.
  • Do not click or follow links indiscriminately. 
  • Use a service like longurl.org , to show the full URL of any shorten links sent to you. 
  • Do not assume any app or link is safe, just because a friend posted it or sent it to you. 
  • Never follow any links without knowing 100% where they go. 
  • Do not download any software to your computer if you don’t know what it does. 
  • You must not use your computer without having a fully functioning Anti Virus software or software suite installed. Make sure to keep it updated daily and be sure to run full scans with it at least 2 to 3 times a week if you surf the internet daily. 
  • Don’t trust just one Anti-Virus provider. Although you should only have one Anti-virus software installed, you can use an “Online Virus Scanner” or a “Virus Rescue CD” to verify that your main Anti-virus did not miss anything. 
If you get in the habit of doing this type of routine, you will greatly lesson your chances of having your computer infected.

Facebook Note:
If you have installed any rogue apps on your facebook profile or clicked any clickjacked or likejacked links within facebook, you may be currently spamming your wall and or your friends news feeds with the apps or links viral/scam messages. If this has happened you must remove the messages from your wall by deleting the post and or remove the rogue app by uninstalling it from your facebook profile. If you do not know how to do this, please take the time to watch the video provided below. It covers how to report and remove spam post from your facebook wall, plus how to remove & block rogue applications.

Video – How to remove post, plus remove and block rogue applications.

*To report rogue applications or pages please view the link below.
Scam Sniper – How Do I…
http://www.facebook.com/pages/-Scam-Sniper-/329801526786?v=app_10339498918


What to to if you think your PC maybe infected:

If you have followed one of the links on facebook to an external website or downloaded a piece of software you are unsure of, and believe you may have gotten a virus infection, I suggest you check your current Anti-Virus software to make sure it is up-to-date and functioning properly. Then you should run a full virus scan on your system. If you do not have Anti-Virus Software on your system, here is a list of FREE ONLINE VIRUS SCANNERS. ( I suggest you check your system with at least 2 of these ): 

Online Virus Scanners:
The sites below will run a virus scan on your computer.


Note: After you’ve done a Online Virus Scan on your computer and it has been cleaned of any infections, I suggest you install one for your continued Internet and PC safety. Also install one of the Free Spyware Scanners. Below you will find a list of the top rated Free Antivirus & Spyware Softwares. 

Free Antivirus Softwares

Microsoft Security Essentials

Free Spyware Scanners

SuperAntiSpyware
MalwareBytes Anti-Malware
http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

Spybot Search & Destroy

http://www.safer-networking.org/ 
 
Emsisoft Anti-Malware

http://www.emsisoft.com/en/software/free/

PC Tools ThreatFire

http://www.threatfire.com/

Note: If your Anti-Virus doesn’t have web protection features, there are several tools available that you can add to your browsers for free. You only need one of the top 3 if your current Anti-Virus does not have Web Protection features. The 4th program is provided as an additional preventative solution. It works by killing your browsers ability to install certain malicious Spyware, adware, browser hijackers, and dialers. It can be used in conjunction with your other protection. I suggest you look it over.

Free Web Protection

McAfee SiteAdvisor
http://www.siteadvisor.com/
WOT
http://www.mywot.com/
LinkExtend
http://www.linkextend.com/
SpywareBlaster “For Internet Explorer & FireFox ONLY”
http://www.javacoolsoftware.com/spywareblaster.html  

If you don’t wish to use an AntiVirus listed on this page, please check this.
Microsoft List of Antivirus Software Vendors
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/49500

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Virus Application Warning – I like your Picture :O) – Spammed in chat


Have you seen this Chat Message from a friend?
Its from a Rogue forced download Virus from The Page below
and Then sends a forced download for you to Download
The application page is called “Milky Way”

Please do not download this file or install it, its the Koobface Virus

Koobface is a computer worm that targets users of the social networking websites Facebook (its name is an anagram of “Facebook”[1]), MySpace,[2] hi5, Bebo, Friendster and Twitter[3]. Koobface is designed to infect Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X, but also works on Linux (in a limited fashion). [4] [5] Koobface ultimately attempts, upon successful infection, to gather login information for FTP sites, Facebook, and other social media platforms, but not any sensitive financial data.[6] It was first detected in December 2008 and a more potent version appeared in March 2009.[7] A study by the Information Warfare Monitor, a joint collaboration from SecDev Group and the Citizen Lab in the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University Toronto, has revealed that the operators of this scheme have generated over $2 million in revenue from June 2009 to June 2010.[6]
Koobface spreads by delivering Facebook messages to people who are ‘friends’ of a Facebook user whose computer has already been infected. Upon receipt, the message directs the recipients to a third-party website, where they are prompted to download what is purported to be an update of the Adobe Flash player. If they download and execute the file, Koobface is able to infect their system. It can then commandeer the computer’s search engine use and direct it to contaminated websites. There can also be links to the third-party website on the Facebook wall of the friend the message came from sometimes having comments like LOL or YOUTUBE. If the link is opened the trojan virus will infect the computer and the PC will become a Zombie or Host Computer.
Among the components downloaded by Koobface are a DNS filter program that blocks access to well known security websites and a proxy tool that enables the attackers to abuse the infected PC.

Facebook Clean Up
You need to be aware that if you have installed any bad apps into your facebook profile or clicked any clickjacked or likejacked links within facebook, you may be currently spamming your wall and or your friends news feeds with the apps or links viral/scam messages. If this has occurred you must remove the messages from your wall by deleting the post and or remove the rogue app by uninstalling it from your facebook profile.

How to remove an Application from your profile:
If you have made the mistake of following thru with the install of a rogue application, Please do the following:
  1. Navigate to your Privacy settings- (Click Account, then “Privacy Settings”).
  2. Then under the heading “Applications, Games, and Websites” click “Edit Settings”.
  3. To the right of the heading “Applications You Use” Click the “Edit Settings” button.
  4. Finally find the application name in your list and click the “Little X” to the right of that name. Follow the facebook prompt to remove the app.
What to do if you’ve downloaded Software to your Computer
If you have followed one of the links on facebook to an external website or downloaded a piece of software you are unsure of and believe you may have got a virus infection, I suggest you immediately uninstall any software you may have installed, then run a virus check on your system.

Damage Control written by Mr. Black Knight (Co-admin BDE) Owner ───► Scam Sniper ◄───

Tip: If you follow these 10 facebook anti-hacked commandments, you will be less vulnerable to having your facebook account hacked.

1. Never give out your facebook user name & password.
2. Keep the email address associated with your facebook account under lock and key.
3. Use strong passwords.
4. Don’t click links while on facebook or other web locations indiscriminately.
5. Don’t follow any emails to facebook.
6. Make sure you are logging onto http://www.facebook.com
7. Don’t accept every friend request sent your way.
8. Do not leave your computer on with your Facebook account open.
9. Be sure to have a fully working and Up-To-Date anti virus software on your computer.
10. Share these commandments with everyone on facebook.

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>Virus and Security Threat : Fake Facebook Alert to your email accounts


> Mark as spam any mail with Facebook Alert in The named sender

>Virus Warning :Amazon shipping update email spreads malware attack in time for Christmas


> Amazon shipping update email spreads malware attack in time for Christmas

From Naked Security

With Christmas just around the corner, plenty of people will be buying last minute presents from online stores like Amazon. As you buy presents for loved ones online, you’re always slightly nervous if the gift is going to arrive on time.
And that’s just what malicious hackers are preying on today.
Researchers at SophosLabs have intercepted a malware campaign that has been spammed out, pretending to be a notice from Amazon.com.
Shipping update for your Amazon.com order
The emails, whose headers are forged to pretend to come from order-update@amazon.com, have the following characteristics:

Subject: Shipping update for your Amazon.com order
Message text:
Shipping update for your Amazon.com order [number]
Attached file:
Shipping documents.zip

Whatever you do, however, don’t open the attached ZIP file as it contains malware. Sophos detects it as W32/AutoRun-BHY and the ZIP file as Troj/BredoZp-BD.
Remember that cold-hearted cybercriminals don’t give a fig about it being Christmas. For them it’s just another opportunity to fleece the unwary by infecting their computers, stealing data and taking over PCs for their own devices.

>Virus Alert : DHL and Western Union Fake Sites Delivering Computer Viruses


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DHL and Western Union Fake Sites Delivering Computer Viruses

From http://www.Avg.com

The scam looks like an urgent message from DHL. Credit: Appriver.com

Security researchers are warning people to be aware of new cyberscams that use fake DHL and Western Union sites to infect the computers of its victims with malware.

The new scams are carefully designed to appear as legitimate e-mails from Western Union and the packing handling company DHL. In the case of the DHL hoax, the messages use the company’s familiar red and yellow logo to trick people into believing they are receiving a real message from the site that reads “Dear customer, the courier service was not able to deliver your parcel at your address.”
To obtain the (nonexistent) package, users are then prompted to click a link at the top of the fake DHL e-mail which promises to show the address where the package is being held. Instead, the links leads to a malicious .zip file. The Western Union scam functions in the same way, including the .zip file, but does not come with the legitimate-looking logo.
The link is where the malware is stored – in these cases it’s the infamous Zeus trojan, a computer virus used to steal millions of dollars from online bank accounts around the world.
Security experts urge users to be wary of any sites that ask for personal details or links that must be clicked on to reveal information.

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