Relevant Knowledge

It can be difficult to distinguish between genuine online applications and forums, such as the Relevant Knowledge online market research service. This service is used to conduct online surveys on topics which are potentially of interest to the Internet community. The responses to Relevant Knowledge surveys are used to help determine the needs and content Internet users have and want. The problem with Relevant Knowledge comes in where it records a history of PC users’ Internet use.

Top Threats

Atlas DMT

Atlas DMT is not an innocent browser cookie that works towards collecting demographical and statistical data. On the contrary, this tracking cookie is meant to spy on your personal, virtual activity, help steal passwords and usernames or trick you into downloading even more malicious infections into your computer.

CasaleMedia

CasaleMedia is a tracking cookie that monitors your Internet browsing habits in order to track when you see online advertisements. According to the official website for CasaleMedia, the cookies are used for two main purposes. Firstly, CasaleMedia tracking cookie checks whether you have seen a particular advertisement served by the company already.

PornHub

Those computer users who visit pornhub.com, view videos and click on links leading to affiliate sites are at risk of getting their computers infected with a malign tracking cookie. Are you one of such users? Even if you...

Duckduckgo.com

If your home page gets changed to Duckduckgo.com, it is very likely that you have been infected with a browser hijacker. This website is not malicious, because it is a genuine search engine that was launched back in...

SpringFiles

We have recently come across a potentially unwanted program known as SpringFiles. This application is not dangerous and does not carry any malicious traits on its own. However, it is regarded as a potentially unwanted...