Get rid of KGB viruses!
0:02, — hi-tech
Our website launches a campaign to combat spy programs of the Belarusian secret services.
Taking into account ongoing attempts to infect computers of activists, public figures, politicians and journalists, we announce an open-ended campaign of free virus scanning for everyone.
The Belarusian secret services are known to have made successful attempts to infect computers of activists at least since 2011. Our website was a target of several attacks, as we reported.
If you think you are possibly being spied on your computer, you are welcome to perform a simple check.
The first thing you should do is check what programs launch automatically at your PC startup. It is sometimes rather difficult to make head or tail of the great number of unknown services and applications on Windows operating system. That's why we'd like to offer you a free aid in analyzing the list of programs. You can use a small free utility from Microsoft known as Autoruns to make a list of auto-starting programs. Here is a simple guide:
Follow this link to get more details about the utility.
If you detected a virus or a trojan horse program on your computer, please do the following:
1. Copy it to a separate folder;
2. change the file extension to, for example, virus.bin;
3. compress the folder and protect it with the password “virus”;
4. send it to email@example.com.
The information you share with us may reveal an unknown spyware network and help to protect computers of other users.
We guarantee safe keeping and using of the data received and promise to inform you about results of the check.
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