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"Computer technology expert"

Biography of Jake Doevan

Jake Doevan is one of News Editors for 2-spyware.com. He graduated from the Washington and Jefferson College (PA), Communication and Journalism studies. The case of Blaster worm sparked his interest in the cyber security and played an important role of another accelerator for Jake to immerse himself in the IT sphere.

In 2003 he moved to New York where he accidentally met Ugnius Kiguolis (2-spyware co-founder). They merged their ideas of improving people's security awareness and launched the project called 2-spyware.com. Specifically, credits for Ask us service and Files section belong to Jake.

Besides this project, he also writes occasional commentaries about cyber security and tech news in blogs and local newspapers. In his free time (a rare privilege), when he is not educating himself about cyber security and writing articles, he finds pleasure in traveling, reading detective stories, and collecting antique radios. He is particularly interested in Latin America. 

Posts published by Jake Doevan

Delete WizzRelease ads

WizzRelease might be the cause of these annoying ads on your computer screen WizzRelease is a spyware-type computer program that functions as a typical adware. More
Adware Viruses   June 22, 2017  

How to remove ZwankySearch.com virus

Things to consider before you start using ZwankySearch.com search engine ZwankySearch.com is a potentially dangerous search engine that is promoted with the help of browser-hijacking programs. More
Stealing programs Viruses   June 22, 2017  

Locky virus removal instructions

Summer of 2017 marks the revival of the infamous Locky ransomware Locky is one of the most dangerous ransomware-type viruses which takes over the system and initiates data encryption on it. More
Ransomware Viruses   June 22, 2017  

Topsearchsite.net hijack fix

Things Topsearchsite.net creators don't want you to know about Topsearchsite.net virus is a potentially unwanted program which may unexpectedly appear as your new homepage and replace your default search engine without your knowledge or permission. More
Stealing programs Viruses   June 22, 2017  

Getting rid of Super.awesomeforyou.club virus

Super.awesomeforyou.club redirects might land you on hazardous Internet sites Super.awesomeforyou.club is a controversial website that is responsible for redirecting computer users to various shady websites. More
Adware Viruses   June 21, 2017  

South Korean web hosting company paid $1 million after ransomware attack

Negotiation with cyber criminals helped to decrease the size of the ransom South Korean web hosting company Nayana agreed to pay the ransom after Erebus ransomware attack on 10th of June. More
General Spyware News   June 20, 2017  

Snare.dll details and description

Snare.dll file contributes to various issues on your computer system Snare.dll is a suspicious file that can be found in C:\Users\User\AppData\Local\CWASRE. More
Files Spyware related   June 20, 2017  

Removing BTCWare ransomware virus

BTCWare ransomware continues attacking computer users at full speed BTCware virus is yet another malicious program that aims to encrypt important victim's data. More
Ransomware Viruses   June 19, 2017  

Kill Quantumsystem.org virus

Quantumsystem.org ads promise you millions, asks to invest $250 first Quantumsystem.org is a suspicious website that is mostly promoted with the help of adware programs. More
Adware Viruses   June 16, 2017  

Removing Photorext.net virus

Security threats posed by Photorext.net domain and the Photor Search engine Photorext.net is a suspicious website that advertises Photor extension. More
Stealing programs Viruses   June 15, 2017  

Remove Zeus Trojan

Zeus Trojan reigns at the top position of the most dangerous malware list Zeus Trojan, also known as Zbot Trojan, is a powerful and silently operating trojan horse which uses its malicious functionalities to steal sensitive, personally identifiable information and banking credentials. More
Trojans Viruses   June 14, 2017  

Uninstalling “ERREUR # DW6VB36” Tech support scam virus

"ERREUR # DW6VB36" scam targets French users “ERREUR # DW6VB36” virus defines browser-based tech support scam which alerts users that their Facebook log-in information and credit card credentials are about to be stolen. More
Adware Viruses   June 14, 2017  
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