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System Optimizer Pro Malware

System Optimizer Pro



System Optimizer Pro is a malware. A malware is a malicious software which will be installed on your computer, either via downloads that you have done, or through links on emails that you would have innocently clicked on. Most downloads nowadays, say they are free, and along with it comes a lot of unwanted and malicious software that one day or the other would start popping up. These pop-ups like System Optimizer Pro would appear to run scans on your computer and falsely indicate that your systems registry is corrupt. In most cases it is these very malwares that corrupt the operating systems registry.

These pop-ups like System Optimizer Pro can get very annoying, and they will keep coming up till you do not pay for the software. However, it is advised that you do not pay for these softwares, as that would just continue the process and your computer could get infected with other similar malwares like, Reg Clean Pro, Reg Cure Pro, to name a few of the malwares out there.

How to remove System Optimizer Pro

There are different ways to remove System Optimizer Pro off your computer, but it depends on a lot of factors, like if there are other malicious programs too, to what extent it has infected the computer, etc.

If you are technically confident you can try uninstalling it yourself, else we would advise getting it done by our professional service. We would remotely connect and do a complete diagnosis of the system at no cost, and then give you a no obligation quote to get the issue fixed remotely at your convenience.

If your computer is infected with System Optimizer Pro, Reg Clean Pro, Reg Cure Pro and you need it professionally removed for good, with your computer being secured and optimized thereafter, call Roy on 1-888-280-9696 or +1 (360) 244-4302 or email roy@serenityglobalsolutions.com or Skype on id: sof.tek

Reg Cure Pro Malware

reg cure pro malware


What is Reg Cure Pro

Reg Cure Pro is a malware. A malware is a malicious software which will be installed on your computer, either via downloads that you have done, or through links on emails that you would have innocently clicked on. Most downloads nowadays, say they are free, and along with it comes a lot of unwanted and malicious software that one day or the other would start popping up. These pop-ups like Reg Cure Pro would appear to run scans on your computer and falsely indicate that your systems registry is corrupt. In most cases it is these very malwares that corrupt the operating systems registry.

These pop-ups like Reg Cure Pro can get very annoying, and they will keep coming up till you do not pay for the software. However, it is advised that you do not pay for these softwares, as that would just continue the process and your computer could get infected with other similar malwares like Reg Clean Pro, System Optimizer Pro, to name a few of the malwares out there.

How to remove Reg Cure Pro

There are different ways to remove Reg Cure Pro off your computer, but it depends on a lot of factors, like if there are other malicious programs too, to what extent it has infected the computer, etc.

If you are technically confident you can try uninstalling it yourself, else we would advise getting it done by our professional service. We would remotely connect and do a complete diagnosis of the system at no cost, and then give you a no obligation quote to get the issue fixed remotely at your convenience.

If your computer is infected with Reg Cure Pro, Reg Clean Pro, System Optimizer Pro and you need it professionally removed for good, with your computer being secured and optimized thereafter, call Roy on 1-888-280-9696 or +1 (360) 244-4302 or email roy@serenityglobalsolutions.com or Skype on id: sof.tek

Reg Clean Pro Malware

reg clean pro malware

What is Reg Clean Pro

Reg Clean Pro is a malware. A malware is a malicious software which will be installed on your computer, either via downloads that you have done, or through links on emails that you would have innocently clicked on. Most downloads nowadays, say they are free, and along with it comes a lot of unwanted and malicious software that one day or the other would start popping up. These pop-ups like Reg Clean Pro would appear to run scans on your computer and falsely indicate that your systems registry is corrupt. In most cases it is these very malwares that corrupt the operating systems registry.

These pop-ups like Reg Clean Pro can get very annoying, and they will keep coming up till you do not pay for the software. However, it is advised that you do not pay for these softwares, as that would just continue the process and your computer could get infected with other similar malwares like Reg Cure Pro, System Optimizer Pro, to name a few of the malwares out there.

How to remove Reg Clean Pro

There are different ways to remove Reg Clean Pro off your computer, but it depends on a lot of factors, like if there are other malicious programs too, to what extent it has infected the computer, etc.

If you are technically confident you can try uninstalling it yourself, else we would advise getting it done by our professional service. We would remotely connect and do a complete diagnosis of the system at no cost, and then give you a no obligation quote to get the issue fixed remotely at your convenience.

If your computer is infected with Reg Clean Pro, Reg Cure Pro, System Optimizer Pro and you need it professionally removed for good, with your computer being secured and optimized thereafter, call Roy on 1-888-280-9696 or +1 (360) 244-4302 or email roy@serenityglobalsolutions.com or Skype on id: sof.tek




Latest Java Version 7 Update 67 August 2014


Java has been one of the most vulnerable of softwares around and hence it has been updated nearly 4 to 8 times a year to ensure that security loopholes are not compromised.

Today we are going to have a look at how to install latest java update released in the month of August 2014. The latest update is Java Version 7 Update 67. Normally when you have Java installed it should have an automatic update setting. However, if you do not have that, then listed herebelow are the steps to install java securely on your computer. There are malicious software out there which would pop up on your computer telling you to update Java, so you have to be careful where you click on.

We start with going to the official site for Oracle Java. www.Java.com 
Once you see the site then you click on Free Java Download

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then click on Agree and Start Free Download 

java update august 2014

Then it will go ahead and download the latest Java update installation file. Once the installation file is downloaded double click on it or run it. That should start the process for installing the latest java update on your computer.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then you uncheck the install ask option and it will automatically uncheck the other download options too. Before you click on next it is best to close all open web browsers. Once done click Next. 

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then it will start the installation process for the latest Java update.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Once done it will let you know that you have successfully installed Java.

How to Install Latest Java Update

After you click on close it will automatically open up a webpage in your default web browser. You click on agree and continue.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then you should get a pop-up asking you if you want to run this application. Check the box that says Do not show this again... and then click Run.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then it will load the wegpage in your browser confirming that you have the latest Java update on your computer.

latest java update august 2014

What is in the latest Java Version 7 Update 67?

java version 7 update 67

How to Install Latest Java Update | July 2014 | Java Version 7 Update 65



Java has been one of the most vulnerable of softwares around and hence it has been updated nearly 4 to 8 times a year to ensure that security loopholes are not compromised.

Today we are going to have a look at how to install latest java update released in the month of July 2014. The latest update is Java Version 7 update 65. Normally when you have Java installed it should have an automatic update setting. However, if you do not have that, then listed herebelow are the steps to install java securely on your computer. There are malicious software out there which would pop up on your computer telling you to update Java, so you have to be careful where you click on.

We start with going to the official site for Oracle Java. www.Java.com 
Once you see the site then you click on Free Java Download

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then click on Agree and Start Free Download 

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then it will go ahead and download the latest Java update installation file. Once the installation file is downloaded double click on it or run it. That should start the process for installing the latest java update on your computer.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then you uncheck the install ask option and it will automatically uncheck the other download options too. Before you click on next it is best to close all open web browsers. Once done click Next. 

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then it will start the installation process for the latest Java update.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Once done it will let you know that you have successfully installed Java.

How to Install Latest Java Update

After you click on close it will automatically open up a webpage in your default web browser. You click on agree and continue.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then you should get a pop-up asking you if you want to run this application. Check the box that says Do not show this again... and then click Run.

How to Install Latest Java Update

Then it will load the wegpage in your browser confirming that you have the latest Java update on your computer.

How to Install Latest Java Update


How to Protect Your Computer | Two Factor Authentication

how to protect your computer, two factor authentication

They say precaution is better than cure, and it is always better to do what you can to protect your computer. 

Two Factor Authentication

how to protect your computer, two factor authentication


Some sites like Google give you the option for two factor authentication. What it means is when you log in or change password there is a two step process. The first part is your password itself, and the second part is a code sent to your smartphone which would be on the number you registered while setting up the two factor authentication. 

It is a better way to protect your computer, because if someone hacks into your account by getting to know of your password, they would still need the code that could come to only your phone. It is not fool proof, but it adds an extra layer of security and gives you a better sense of security in protecting your computer. 

How to Protect your Computer | Use a Password Manager

how to protect your computer, use a password manager

How to Protect your Computer

They say precaution is better than cure, and it is always better to do what you can to protect your computer. 


Use a Password Manager

how to protect your computer, use a password manager


Nowadays, different sites have different norms for the type of password you can choose, unlike earlier when people used to have the same password for all sites, to be able to remember them. So you might need to have a caps, number, special character, etc. And then there are secure measures where you have to change your password every now and then, and the new password cant match the earlier password. So with all this it can get really difficult to remember passwords.

There are a couple of options available to help the situation and protect your computer and sensitive information. One of them being signing into google chrome with your gmail account and saving passwords for each site. Google has now secured the platform wherein if you wanted to check the password in setttings, you need to enter your computers password.

Your security software like Norton offers an inbuilt password manager. Another viable option is installing a password manager like LastPass, Dashlane, 1Password or KeePass.

Ebay accounts hacked into

ebay security breach

One of the latest victims of cyber criminals is eBay. And it is strongly advised that anyone who has an account on eBay change their password immediately.

Email sent to ebay users by ebay

IMPORTANT: PASSWORD UPDATE

Dear eBay Member,

To help ensure customers' trust and security on eBay, I am asking all eBay users to change their passwords.

Here's why: Recently, our company discovered a cyberattack on our corporate information network. This attack compromised a database containing eBay user passwords.

What's important for you to know: We have no evidence that your financial information was accessed or compromised. And your password was encrypted.

What I ask of you:
Go to eBay and change your password. If you changed your password on May 21 or later, we do not need you to take any additional action at this time.

Changing your password may be inconvenient. I realize that. We are doing everything we can to protect your data and changing your password is an extra precautionary step, in addition to the other security measures we have in place.

If you have only visited eBay as a guest user, we do not have a password on file.

If you used the same eBay password on any other site, I encourage you to change your password on those sites too. And if you are a PayPal user, we have no evidence that this attack affected your PayPal account or any PayPal financial information, which is encrypted and stored on a separate secure network.

Here are other steps we are taking:
  • As always, we have strong protections in place for both buyers and sellers in the event of any unauthorized activity on your account.
  • We are applying additional security to protect our customers.
  • We are working with law enforcement and leading security experts to aggressively investigate the matter.

Here's what we know: This attack occurred between late February and early March and resulted in unauthorized access to a database of eBay users that includes customers' name, encrypted password, email address, physical address, phone number and date of birth.

However, the file did not contain financial information. And, after conducting extensive testing and analysis of our systems, we have no evidence that any customer financial or credit card information was involved. We also have no indication of a significant spike in fraudulent activity on our site.

We apologize for any inconvenience or concern that this situation may cause you. As a global marketplace, nothing is more important to eBay than the security and trust of our customers. We know our customers have high expectations of us, and we are committed to ensuring a safe and secure online experience for you on any connected device.

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Devin Wenig
President, eBay Marketplaces


Microsoft issues update for IE security flaw


Today Microsoft issued a fix for the security flaw in Internet Explorer that led the Department of Homeland Security to suggest computer users not use IE until the problem was solved.

The fix updates the computers of all users of Windows who have automatic updates turned on. If your computer is not set to automatically update, manually update it now.

Users should click on the "Check for Updates" button on the Windows Update portion of their Control Panel.

The fix also includes code for the Windows XP operating system, which Microsoft officially stopped supporting on April 8.

Because the security flaw came to light so close to the end of Microsoft support of the still-popular operating system, the decision was made to help out XP users.

Windows XP users are requested to upgrade to a modern, more secure operating system like Windows 7 or Windows 8.1.

Internet Explorer 6 to 11 security flaw allows hackers to get around security protections in Windows XP to Windows 8.1.  The computers can then can be infected when the user visits a compromised website on IE.

The security update was pushed out by Microsoft to consumers' computers through a function in the Windows operating system called Windows Update.

The fix is outside of Microsoft's usual monthly security update cycle.


The security flaw was first publicized on Saturday after observation of a known hacking group launching "spear fishing attacks" against some of their customers.

Someone within the targeted company would get an email with a link to a web site the attackers controlled (the spear thrown to the fish. The victim would click on the link and simply by going to the page, their system would be compromised.

The attacks appeared to have been mainly done for industrial espionage, targeting intellectual property or corporate secrets.

Because of that, it appears the group wasn't interested in the computers of regular consumers.

However, in many such cases the computer code necessary to carry out the attack is relatively quickly dispersed out to less sophisticated groups simply looking to steal credit card information.

Because Microsoft released its patch so quickly, that doesn't appear to have had time to happen.

Caramava Adware


Caramava Adware

I just got a call from a customer who was getting this annoying ads whenever he was trying to window shop for something online. I remotely connected to his computer and saw the Caramava adware in action. 

Every page that he would go to, he would get a Caramava ad pop up which would link to other products and when he tried to close it would just open up another pop-up which would link to a malicious site.

The Caramava adware would also load up on google search pages linking to malicious ads.

What is Caramava?

Caramava is an adware plugin distributed maliciously. They get paid to redirect you to sites other than the ones you are actually looking to go to.


Information about Caramava on its own website http://caramava.com/Support

If you still are facing problems with Caramava adware, send us an email with your contact info, best day and time to be reached, and we will call you back to fix an appointment to assist you with it.