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News: Google's Security Report Shows a Clear Pattern Among Malware-Infected Users

According to Google's new Android ecosystem transparency report, you're eleven times more likely to be infected by malware if you're running Android Lollipop (5.0) as opposed to Android Pie (9). The same report shows that if you sideload apps, you're almost seven times more likely to be infected than if you stick to Google Play as your app source. All of the data provided in the report is quite interesting, but there's a clear pattern among malware-infected users.

News: Taking Genetic Scissors to Infected Cells Could Cure HIV

Being infected with HIV means a lifetime of antiviral therapy. We can control the infection with those drugs, but we haven't been able to cure people by ridding the body completely of the virus. But thanks to a new study published in Molecular Therapy by scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine (LKSOM) at Temple University and the University of Pittsburgh, all that may change.

How To: Avoid getting infected by the "System Security" computer virus

In this video, we learn how to avoid getting infected by "system security". Make sure you avoid the website that show the System Security Anti-Virus. Once you install this onto your computer it will pretend like it is doing a scan, but in reality is hurting your computer. It will pop up showing you that you have problems on your computer, but the alert will never go away. If you delete this, it will just re-install on your computer instead. To do this the correct way, you need to go to your m...

How To: Hack a remote Internet browser with XSS Shell

XSS Shell is a cross-site scripting backdoor into the victim's browser which enables an attacker to issue commands and receive responses. During a normal XSS attack an attacker only has one chance to control a victim's browser; however, the XSS Shell keeps the connection between the attacker and the victim open to allow the attacker to continuously manipulate the victim's browser. XSS Shell works by setting up an XSS Channel, an AJAX application embedded into the victim's browser, that can ob...

How To: Identify symptoms of recent HIV contraction

It's sometimes possible to recognize when you've recently contracted HIV from signs and symptoms such as fever, rash, or swollen lymph nodes. This video will teach you how to recognize signs and symptoms of primary HIV infection that are experienced by between 40 and 90% of individuals after they are first infected with HIV. Primary HIV infection occurs during the first few weeks or months after a person first becomes infected with HIV. Symptoms include rash and/or fevers, possibly in combina...

How To: Clean your PC and remove malware

If you're concerned that your computer has been infected by spyware and other malicious programs, watch this informational video and find out how to clean and restore your computer back to a normal bill of health. This informative tutorial shows various methods that can be used to disinfect your computer and rid it of those nasty viruses once and for all!

How To: Keep a cut from scarring

Keep it clean, covered, and coated, and say goodbye to that scar from the get-go. You will need running water and mild soap, self adhesive bandages, antibiotic ointment, petroleum jelly, sunblock, and silicone gel sheets. Warning: See a doctor immediately if your cut is extremely deep, won't stop bleeding, or appears infected.

How To: Identify pecan weevil problems

In this Home & Garden video tutorial you will learn how to identify pecan weevil problems. John White presents this video along with Carol Sutherland, extension entomologist. After pecan is infected with pecan weevil, it has the potential of spreading in the entire area. The indication of pecan weevil infection is an opening on the crust of the pecan which may or may not be a perfect circle. But, on the nuts the holes are perfect circles. There is usually one hole on the nuts; though sometime...

How To: Heal abrasions & cuts without scaring

DermTV tells us how to heal abrasions and cuts using antibiotic ointment. To heal abrasions and cuts: Put antibiotic ointments like Bacitracin ointment and Polysporin ointment in abrasions and cuts. Put Bacitracin ointment or Polysporin ointment every 3 - 4 hours and cover with a band-aid. Why use Bacitracin ointment and Polysporin ointment? Bacitracin ointment and Polysporin ointment keep the whole environment of your abrasions and cuts moist. And once you've put antibiotic on your cut then ...

News: Like Peaches? Protective Virus Could Save Millions of Dollars in Fruit from Fire Blight

Peach trees and other related plants are susceptible to the devastation caused by fire blight, a contagious bacterial disease. Once contracted, infected trees have to be burned to contain the disease and prevent spread to nearby trees. Increasing resistance to antibiotic treatment has sent scientists in search of alternative ways to deal with the bacteria and prevent its catastrophic damage.

News: Scientists Discover How to Track Down HIV's Hiding Spots—A Potential Pathway to a Cure

Tremendous strides have been made in the treatment and outlook for patients infected with HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus. Treatment with a combination of antiretroviral drugs can keep patients with HIV alive for decades, without symptoms of the infection. The trouble is, if HIV-infected people stop taking their medications, the virus takes over in full force again—because the virus hides out quietly in cells of the immune system, kept in check, but not killed by the treatment.

How To: Remove the harmful cmdd.exe file

Here is a basic walk-through of how to remove the harmful file known as the cmdd.exe. The cmdd.exe file is a backdoor trojan virus that can allow a hacker remote access to a computer infected with it. Your computer can be infected with this threatening virus at any time and it must be removed immediately. This video provides several techniques that can be used to completely get rid of the file from your computer.

Walkthrough Left 4 Dead 2: C1, Dead Center - Streets

Prepare to delve into the world of L4D2 and check out the gameplay for Campaign 1: Dead Center - Streets. Stock up and open the safe house door. You should see a bunch of infected milling about here. Kill them and make your way straight up the hill past the port-o-potties. Turn right at the fence and take the street down. Watch out for zombie attacks from the walls to the left and right of you. They will drop down from above. Duck into the building on the right when you reach the fence at the...

News: How Parental Choice Not to Vaccinate Kids Starts and Spreads Pertussis Outbreaks

It's not always easy to get to the root of an infection outbreak. Epidemiologists study infected people, contacts, and carefully examine where the infections happened and when. In the case of a 2012 outbreak of pertussis — whooping cough — in Oregon, scientists just published an analysis of how vaccination status affected when a child became infected during the outbreak.

How To: Remove the winlogin.exe file from your computer

This video shows you how to remove a virus or harmful winlogin.exe file. If you use a good firewall program or a good anti-virus, it will pop-up a window and let you know you have been infected or even block it. If you do not use such things, but you think you know since when you have been infected, you can try to restore your system by using System Restore in Windows XP or Vista. If you do not know the duration of the infection, you can try to manually delete the file when using Windows Safe...

Walkthrough Left 4 Dead 2: C3, Swamp Fever - Swamp

Don't get "bogged" down in L4D2! Check out this gameplay for all the hints on playing Campaign 3: Swamp Fever - Swamp. Stock up and get out the door. You'll have to wade in the water for a bit. Follow the path of leaves forward, watching out for zombies around you. For the achievement "Dead in the Water", you have to kill 10 mudmen while they are still in water. They look different from the normal infected in that they are naked, bald, and move VERY fast in water. If you have a hard time seei...

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