How to remove Corona-Virus-Map.com trojan from the operating system?

How to remove Corona-Virus-Map.com trojan from the operating system?

Tips & Tricks
Corona-Virus-Map.com virus removal guide What is Corona-Virus-Map.com? Contrary to its name, Corona-Virus-Map.com is not an address of a website, it is the name of a malicious program. It is classified as a trojan, or more specifically a "backdoor" trojan. This type of malware is designed to cause chain infections, in other words - to stealthily download/install additional malicious programs. Corona-Virus-Map.com is presented as a piece of software allowing users to view the progress/spread of the Corona virus epidemic in real time. Instead, this trojan proliferates the AZORult malware. Corona-Virus-Map.com spreads the AZORult trojan, which is an information stealing malicious program. This malware can exfiltrate a variety of sensitive data. It can hijack browsers, thereby stealing both stored and entered information (e.g. browsing and search engine histories, browser cookies, log-ins and…
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Xerox Plans to Take HP Buyout Bid Directly to Shareholders

Xerox Plans to Take HP Buyout Bid Directly to Shareholders

Business
HP has said that under Xerox's proposed terms, the combined company would be saddled with "outsized debt". Xerox said on Tuesday it was planning to take its $33.5 billion (roughly Rs. 2,40,000 crores) buyout bid directly to HP shareholders after the personal computer maker refused to open its books for due diligence before a deadline. HP on Sunday rejected Xerox's $22 (roughly Rs. 1,570) per share offer that consists of $17 in cash and 0.137 Xerox share for each HP share, saying the offer "significantly undervalues HP". The computer maker also accused Xerox of using aggressive words and actions to force a potential combination on opportunistic terms and without providing adequate information. "We plan to engage directly with HP shareholders to solicit their support in urging the HP Board to do the…
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What is Google Analytics Fastbase and do I need it?

What is Google Analytics Fastbase and do I need it?

Business
If you have a Google Analytics account, you may have heard of the Google Analytics Fastbase, but what exactly is it? Well, it’s a Google Analytics add-on that touts itself as helping you “identify your web traffic into real business contacts.” It gives specific information about the businesses that are sending visitors to your website. For B2B companies that have a robust sales force, and time to look up potential leads, this is a great tool. Here’s what you need to know about Google Analytics Fastbase: 1. It gives you (some) company names. Fastbase lists the business names that sent visitors to your website, but there are some limitations. For example, if I work for XYZ university and I come to your website, it will show that university as the…
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Facial recognition software has a gender problem

Facial recognition software has a gender problem

technology
Facial recognition software has a gender problem How facial analysis sees you. Credit: Morgan Klaus Scheuerman/CU Boulder With a brief glance at a single face, emerging facial recognition software can now categorize the gender of many men and women with remarkable accuracy. But if that face belongs to a transgender person, such systems get it wrong more than one third of the time, according to new University of Colorado Boulder research. "We found that facial analysis services performed consistently worse on transgender individuals, and were universally unable to classify non-binary genders," said lead author Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, a Ph.D. student in the Information Science department. "While there are many different types of people out there, these systems have an extremely limited view of what gender looks like." The study comes…
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Why Your Customers Expect You To Have A Website

Why Your Customers Expect You To Have A Website

Business, web design, web development, Website Development
Print | Email When people are looking for a product or service, they turn to online search. They may search based on keywords, or they’ll search specifically for your business name. The truth of the matter is, your audience is going to judge you based on the results of that search. They want to know whether you’re the right business for their needs. If you’re a landscaping company who focuses on building extravagant water features, someone who’s looking for regular yard maintenance is not going to be a good fit for you. They’d rather not waste their time setting up an appointment, only to be told that you don’t offer those services. They want to see that information right there on your website. While there are a plethora of items…
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Why bitcoin will never die…

Why bitcoin will never die…

Bitcoin
Why bitcoin will never die... It's been a decade since bitcoin officially started. Over this time, it's gained a lot of followers and of course, haters. Some have called it a revolutionary asset, while others have labelled it, a downright Ponzi scheme. The thing is, whether you love them or hate them, bitcoin will never die. Demand will always be there - especially in today's world. And it's all because… There are two perfect examples of this… 1)  Zimbabwe   For over a decade, Zimbabwe has experienced one of, if not, the worst inflation crises. Hyperinflation has wiped out Zimbabweans' personal savings. In 2017, I wrote a Money Morning article about how Zimbabwe’s hyperinflation crisis worsened. I also explained what ordinary Zimbabweans were doing to protect themselves from hyperinflation and a…
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3D Pens – Amazing Things One Can Achieve with it.

3D Pens – Amazing Things One Can Achieve with it.

Graphics
The Amazing Things One Can Achieve With A 3D Pen There are many artists in the world and the majority love experimenting with new mediums. Some oil painters will eventually delve into acrylics and possibly even water colors. These mediums are thousands of years old and have managed to withstand the test of time. Those looking for a more futuristic way to ply their trade should consider the 3D printing pen. This innovative pen will provide the artist with the ability to create 3D works quickly, conveniently and affordably. While it will take a little bit of time to master, the user will be able to create an abundance of unique items with their 3D pen. Some of the amazing things that one can achieve with one of these utensils…
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How These Balloons Brought Emergency Cell Service to Peru After an 8.0 Magnitude Earthquake

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Loon has helped over 20,000 people connect with each other following a recent quake. Over the weekend, a powerful 8.0 earthquake struck Peru and neighboring Ecuador. The quake—felt in rural areas and major population centers like Lima, Quito, and even Caracas, Venezuela—killed one person, injured 18 between the countries, and damaged numerous buildings. But the disaster, which was Peru's strongest earthquake in over a decade, had one notable difference from others: Within 48 hours, people in affected regions had working cell phones. Loon, a company owned by Alphabet, deployed its signature LTE balloons, which were able to provide service amidst a broken network. By sheer chance, Loon was testing its balloons in nearby Puerto Rico. The company worked with both the Peruvian government and cell service provider Telefonica to establish…
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Why you should consider converting to externally managed IT services

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Why you should consider converting to externally managed IT services   Using an external service provider to assist with your business’s IT needs is something that has grown in popularity over the years, thanks to a number of benefits which directly translate into cost savings. Defined as ‘managed services’, an external provider monitors and looks after a business’s IT and technology needs, improving productivity, reducing expenses and streamlining processes. “With South Africa’s economy in a slump, businesses are looking to get real value for money from their IT & tech providers,” says Mark Parsons, Technical Director at Apple Premium Reseller, Digicape. “For smaller companies, having an in-house IT technician or department is usually expensive, and often unnecessary. SMEs’ IT requirements are generally not as complex or extensive as those of…
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Windows 10 For IT Pros: Tutorials, Tips & Tricks

Windows 10 For IT Pros: Tutorials, Tips & Tricks

IT
Although many are still using Windows 8.1 (and even older versions of Windows), the market share for Windows 10 is growing fast as individuals and organizations upgrade to the latest operating system from Microsoft. Below you'll find some helpful resources for getting started with Windows 10 administration. And for those still using Windows 8.1, we have some resources below as well. Windows 10 continues to evolve with new updates, fixes and changes rolling in on a regular basis since the operating system's initial release in 2015. In fact, on March 26, Microsoft is set to end support for the original Windows 10 edition (version 1507), including security patches. And Microsoft has plenty more improvements in store for Windows 10 systems planned. The Anniversary Updatebrought with it major improvements in biometric security,…
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