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Vulnerability in Trend Micro Password Manager endangers Windows users

Vulnerability in Trend Micro

SafeBreach researchers found a vulnerability in the Trend Micro Password Manager. Using this security issue, an attacker can strengthen his presence in an attacked Windows system. The attack vector exists due to the fact that the Trend Micro Password Manager Central Control Service (PwmSvc.exe file) is launched with the rights of the most privileged Windows account – NT Authority\System. “This …

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How to remove Rxlnd.com notifications

The Rxlnd.com notifications are a social engineering attack that tries to fool you into subscribing to its push notifications so that they can send out unwanted advertisements straight to your desktop. The Rxlnd.com will push a “Confirm notifications” message, asking you to subscribe to notifications from this website. If you click on the “Allow” button, then you will start seeing …

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How to remove Americklyfer.info Show notifications

The Americklyfer.info pop-ups are a social engineering attack that tries to fool you into subscribing to its push notifications so that they can send unwanted ads directly to your screen. The Americklyfer.info website will display a “Confirm notifications” message, asking you to subscribe to notifications from this website. If you push the “Allow” , then you will begin seeing annoying …

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