Superfish Vulnerability Affecting You?

Click the image below to check your system (at to see if the Superfish vulnerability is affecting your PC.

They also have a lot of great detail on the scope of the problem and how to resolve it if you are affected.

While you’re there, I’d recommend looking at LastPass as a password manager as well.










Even more info on Superfish from AVG linked below.


AVG Superfish Info


I’ve got “Crypto Paranoia”

Annoying viruses on our computers are something we have gotten used to dealing with, but there is a new and very malicious virus called CryptoLocker that is poised to cause serious problems. CryptoLocker is the latest and most damaging of a type of virus called ransomware, which are Trojan viruses that encrypt your files until you pay a fee (ransom). When the virus has finished encrypting your files, the alert shown below will appear giving you 96 hours (or four days) to pay $300 or lose all your encrypted personal files forever. 

Crypto Locker VirusCrypto Locker Virus


It should be simple to track down the hackers given that they’re taking a ransom, but it’s not that simple.  Since CryptoLocker demands payment through MoneyPak or Bitcoin, both of which are private, decentralized fund-exchange networks, it’s almost impossible to follow the money.

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