Remove Facebook Voice Message Virus (Improved Instructions) by 2-Spyware

Facebook voice message virus – a malicious campaign that can relate in the installation of a Trojan horse if the misleading voice message is played by the victim…

Even though the message itself might not always directly launch the installation of malware, it might reroute the user to some type of potentially dangerous website where cyber threats such as trojans, ransomware viruses, cryptocurrency miners, browser hijackers, or adware are distributed.

Messenger voice message virus

Source: Remove Facebook voice message virus (Improved Instructions) – Virus Removal Guide

Norton Power Eraser – A Tool To Help You Eliminate Deeply Embedded Malware

Norton Power Eraser was recently updated and I thought I would at least post some information on this security application.

This application has the ability to “aggressively” detect and remove malware that can impersonate legitimate applications, such as fake antivirus software. These applications often are described as scamware, rogueware, scareware, etc…

When using an application such as this, make sure you have some knowledge of the Windows OS above and beyond the basic level so that you don’t end up doing more harm than good. Here is a tutorial to get you started and to understand more – Click Here for Tutorial

Norton Power Eraser v4.0 Beta screenshot 1 / 2

Source: NortonLifeLock Rescue Tools – Norton Power Eraser

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SyncBackFree – 100% free backup software for Windows

Here at “What’s On My PC”, I highly recommend “SyncBackFree” to backup or synchronize your personal data from your computer to an external drive, network drive, etc… Once installed, simply pick a source and a destination and whether you want to do “backups” or ” synchronizations”. In my case, I use the synchronization mode where I periodically sync my files to a backup drive…

SyncBackFree gives you:

• Backup and Synchronize: Copy files in both directions
• Restore backup files easily
• Email logs
• Run programs before and after profiles
• Schedule backups
• Unicode enabled for non-English filenames
• Simple and Advanced mode
• Runs on Windows 10, 8, 7 and Vista (32/64 bit)
• For Windows Server use SyncBackPro or SyncBackSE
• Extensive Help Documentation
• Completely Free Windows Backup solution!

Backup and synchronize, copy in both directions, email logs, run programs before and after, schedule automatic backups and more. Easy to use yet powerful!

Source: SyncBackFree – 100% free backup software for Windows

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Scans Local Networks with “Angry IP Scanner”

Back in the day when I was a Computer Information Specialist, networks were being built and the internet was just ramping up. In those days you had to be creative. A tool that I used at the time to scan and monitor my network that consisted of a campus of buildings was Angry IP Scanner. After all these years, Angry IP Scanner still surfaces here at ‘What’s On My PC” to tell me, “I am still around”…

Angry IP Scanner (or simply ipscan) is an open-source and cross-platform network scanner designed to be fast and simple to use. It scans IP addresses and ports as well as has many other features.

It is widely used by network administrators and just curious users around the world, including large and small enterprises, banks, and government agencies.

It runs on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, possibly supporting other platforms as well.

Source: Angry IP Scanner

FDA approves new Coronavirus test that could speed rate of testing up to tenfold | TechCrunch

The U.S. Food and Drug and Administration has granted emergency approval for use of a new test that can increase the range of testing patients by up to 10 times compared to methods in use currently, Bloomberg reports. That speed improvement refers specifically to the technical capabilities of the testing process, meaning access to testing is still a separate issue, but it is the first commercially available test that has received emergency approval and for which equipment exists in fairly high volume across the U.S.

Source: FDA approves new Coronavirus test that could speed rate of testing up to tenfold | TechCrunch

Never Delete an App Without Doing These 4 Things First – Reader’s Digest

Don’t go on a deleting frenzy just yet, though. For some apps, you’ll need to do more than simply hitting the “delete” button.

There are multiple steps involved in making sure an app is fully disconnected from your other accounts and information. Tcherchian suggests following this process:

  1. Delete all of your data on the app. All of it! Go through every setting on the app and look for options about data or privacy.
  2. Also log in through a web browser. Sometimes you’ll have additional settings available through the desktop version of the app.
  3. Unlink or revoke any Facebook or Google integrations you may have enabled.
  4. Contact the app developer and request in writing that your data be completely deleted.

Continue Reading @ Reader’s Digest

Destroy Adware, Restore Performance with Malwarebytes AdwCleaner

Highly recommend that you download and occasionally run Malwarebytes AdwCleaner on your computer. No installation is required. Just download and run.

Description on the website is as follows:

Computer running slow? Strange messages popping up? Browser homepage changed without your permission? This could be the work of adware (and its friends), a sneaky variant of malware that is hard to find, and harder to remove. Malwarebytes AdwCleaner employs innovative technology engineered solely to detect and remove these unwanted hitchhikers. It’s the cleaner of choice for home users and technicians.

Source: Malwarebytes AdwCleaner

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Degoo Cloud – 100 GB of FREE Online File Storage

Been messing around with a cloud backup service called Degoo Cloud. Below is what you get for the FREE 100 GB account. I have found that if you stick with the web based version and do not install the software or app, you can upload and download files from any device. Deegoo appears to be a Swedish based company.

If you signup now, you get 100 GB + 5 GB bonus space

CLICK HERE – To Signup For Degoo Cloud…


Source: Degoo Cloud – Life’s best memories

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[UPDATED] PeaZip – Free file archiver utility, open, extract RAR TAR ZIP archives

PeaZip, my favorite (go to) file archiver has been recently updated. I use PeaZip as my primary method to archive encrypted (password required) private files.

rar zip file browser explorer

PeaZip is free file archiver utility, based on Open Source technologies of 7-Zip, p7zip, Brotli, FreeArc, PAQ, Zstandard, and PEA projects.

Cross-platform, full-featured but user-friendly alternative to WinRar, WinZip and similar general purpose archive manager applications, open and extract 180+ archive formats: 001, 7Z, ACE(*), ARC, ARJ, BR, BZ2, CAB, DMG, GZ, ISO, LHA, PAQ, PEA, RAR, TAR, UDF, WIM, XZ, ZIP, ZIPX, ZST – view full list of supported archive file formats for archiving and for extraction.

Source: PeaZip

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[UPDATED] Windows Repair Toolbox – A “Ready Made” Tech Toolbox

I have featured “Windows Repair Toolbox” here at “What’s On My PC” in the past and have it embedded as a permanent link at “Bookmarks4Techs“. This portable Windows-based program can be used by others who assist others with their PC’s OR can actually be used as a security application on your computer at home. For example, I keep a copy of this program on a flash drive that is connected to my PC; ready for use in the event I need to travel with it OR I use it to perform security scans of my PC on a regular basis. What I love about this program is that it will auto-update the applications. Very well done software that really took some thought to put this together.


Windows Repair Toolbox (freeware) is a software created to help you repair a Windows system, by making the process faster, easier and uniform.

Source: Windows Repair Toolbox – (Almost) everything you need to repair Windows problems in one small handy tool.

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Lifetime Warranty on the “Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 8ft Cord”

The Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 8ft Cord is backed by a “Lifetime Warranty” and protected by a $300,000 Connected Equipment Warranty… This surge protector is a combination of rotating outlets (8) and stationary outlets (4) that have been engineered to safeguard computers, appliances, home theater, and office equipment from potentially damaging power surges

Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 8ft Cord


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