Why you need to destroy Security Sphere

Due to the increase in the number of rogue antispyware applications flooding the Internet, rogues like Security Sphere makes it that much more difficult for users to distinguish between genuine and fake security tools. Security Sphere, which derives from the same despicable family of rogues as Security Shield will not protect your PC against any type of threat, as it is a malicious infection in itself. In order to protect your PC against the devastating effects of this rogue destroy Security Sphere immediately.


This rogue will use any method at its disposal to enter its victims’ PCs. These range from using bogus online malware scanners and seditious browser hijacking websites. Once it manages to securely root itself into the system Security Sphere will start its attack.


This will be heralded by a fake security scan informing the user that his PC is under attack. It will inform the user that he needs to purchase Security Sphere in order to stave off these attacks. Shortly following this the user will be spammed by various annoying pop up messages stating the same thing. Some of the pop ups read as follows:


Security Sphere 2012 Warning
your computer is still infected with dangerous viruses. Activate antivirus protection to prevent data loss and avoid theft of your credit card details.
Click here to activate protection


Security Sphere 2012 Warning
Intercepting programs that may compromise your privacy and harm your system have been detected on your PC.
Click here to remove them immediately with Security Sphere 2012


Other symptoms associated with this rogue include users being unable to launch applications on the infected PC and blocked Internet connections. There is a way to disable these annoying symptoms, simply enter the following activation key into the rogue:




Users are reminded that by simply entering the above activation key it will not be enough to get rid of Security Sphere. They still need to annihilate Security Sphere from the system in order to restore the PC’s security and privacy.


IRM offering freebies to win back good will

It would seem as though RIM, the developers and creators behind BlackBerry is trying to appease its angry crowed of consumers by giving away free applications, along with free technical support. This is done in the wake of the outages BlackBerry users across the world experienced recently.


The free applications will include Sims 3 and NOVA, as well as Bejeweld and many other free games and applications. They will be available for free from AppWorld, for an entire month starting Wednesday. The free tech support will also be limited up to a month.


Along with these offers RIM’s official description of the outage does not let on to what caused the outage. Details are as yet still unclear of exactly what caused the outage. But whatever the cause, the outage has focus a good deal of attention on the weaknesses of the centralized routing of data and in a reliance on cloud processing in general. Hopefully lessons were learned here.

Security Sphere 2012: New name – same destructive rogue

It would seem as though the developers behind Security Shield has been hard at work with their latest clone – Security Sphere 2012. This rubbish rogue antispyware application was never designed to pose any type of benefit to a PC, but instead to simply rip consumers off. It will not protect the system against any type of threat, and cannot detect or remove any type of infection. It is because of this, and many other reasons to follow why users have to destroy Security Sphere 2012 upon detection immediately.


Security Sphere 2012 will use any devious tactic at its disposal to facilitate its nefarious infiltration of the system.  These may range from using bogus online malware scanners and seditious browser hijacking websites. These browser hijackers make use of drive-by download tactics to root the Security Sphere 2012 infection into the system. As of late it has also been reported that Security Sphere 2012 makes use of infected online flash ads.


Symptoms associated with the Security Sphere 2012 infection range from blocked Internet connections, the inability to execute applications on the system and extremely poor system performance. It is possible to disable these annoying symptoms by entering the following activation key:




Users still need to remove Security Sphere 2012 even after entering the above key as the symptoms will only be disabled, but the threat not removed. Do this by using a powerful security tool to destroy Security Sphere 2012 for good.

Samsung to seek ban on Apple iPhone 4s in France and Italy

It would seem as though Samsung Electronics Co. will seek to ban Apple’s iPhone 4S in France and Italy on the basis of patent infringement claims, which is only set to escalate the dispute between thaw world’s two biggest makers of tablets and smart phones.


Samsung is set to file the motions with the courts in Paris and Milan seeking the ban, each citing two patent infringements on wireless telecommunications technology. Apple unveiled the iPhone 4S in California this week and aims to release the phone on sale to the market later this month.


The move will add to the legal disputes which began in April when Applie claimed that Samsung’s Galaxy devices copied the iPad and iPhone. At stake is dominance in the fast growing segment of the $207 billion dollar mobile phone market, where Apple is competing against makers of handsets powered by Google’s Android operating system.

MSE false positive necessitates Google update

It would seem as though Internet giant Google has been forced to update its Chrome web browser, after Microsoft Security Essentials started mistakenly detecting it as malware. The false positive incident happened on September 30th, and involved Microsoft’s security product alerting users that chrome.exe is a banking Trojan from the Zeus family of malware, and recommended its removal.


Users who acted on Microsoft Security Essentials’ recommendations then removed the threat found themselves no longer able to use Google Chrome. Many of them flocked to Google’s Chrome support forum to report the problem.


According to a statement from Microsoft’s Malware protection Center, around 3000 users were impacted by the faulty definition and ended up with the Chrome browser either being removed or blocked.


Microsoft released a signature update to address this irrational error in a matter of mere hours, but the damage had already been done.