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Spyware Cyberlog X






Spyware Cyberlog X


 

If you are experiencing a system alert in your task-bar that says you may potentially be infected with a Trojan virus, you have. Ironically, that critical system warning is telling you about itself: Spyware Cyberlog X; this scam-ware virus also goes by the name Spyware.Cyberlog-X, Trojan-Spy.win32@mx, VirusBurst. If you think the name is trouble, just wait until you try to remove the spyware from your system.

A Trojan virus is such that it allows the person responsible for the code that infects another person's computer to monitor all aspects of the infectees computer activity. From what websites you have visited, to the ability for the code writer to save your files to their computer, this is definitely one virus you do not want on your computer.

Interestingly enough, the Spyware Cyberlog X tells you in its warning what you can expect the virus to accomplish: logging keystrokes, tracking websites and monitoring your activity. It will also give you an option for downloading anti-spy software. Whatever you do, do NOT click "OK" as this will present you with a host of new problems given that you will set off a chain reaction of downloading additional spyware adware.

Also, an unfortunate component of this virus is that it affects all Microsoft Windows operating systems from Windows 95 to Windows Vista. Other than the flashing icon in your task bar, other possible ways you can tell if you have been infected include low system performance and Internet connection speed, security center alerts and pop ups that have nothing to do with the website you are currently visiting -- most likely they will be of the adult content variety.

Getting rid of the Spyware Cyberlog X is going to take diligence and patience because not all anti-spyware software programs are equipped to be able to find the program among your registry items. This can inevitably lead to a time consuming and highly involved virus removal process. Since the spyware is a threat for detected fake anti-spyware products, you will want to make sure you have an appropriate and legitimate removal plan in place should you need one.

To remove programs such as this, it is best to use something along the lines of Symantec or McAfee which will search even the deepest files in your computer. Once all components of the virus have been found, it is a great idea to scan your computer on a weekly basis to make sure you remain infection free.

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