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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. 

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Posts published by Jake Doevan

Nooa ransomware removal guide

The main goal of Nooa ransomware: lock files and ask you to pay a ransom. More
Ransomware Viruses   August 03, 2021  

Zoom’s $85 million settlement in user privacy and “Zoombombing” lawsuit

Zoom's exponential growth during the pandemic brings light to never ending data privacy issues. More
News Security   August 02, 2021  

Spotted a bug? Report it on the new Google bug bounty platform

Google announced a new site for bug hunters. As Google with great joy celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Vulnerability Rewards Program , the well-known tech company announced a new bug bounty platform for vulnerability hunters. More
News   July 29, 2021  

Trojan Win32/Conteban.B!ml removal

Trojan Win32/Conteban.B!ml - remote access to your Windows computer for cyber criminals. More
Malware Trojans Viruses   July 28, 2021  

Eliminate Aeur ransomware

Aeur ransomware – a perilous new file-locking parasite from the Djvu family. More
Ransomware Viruses   July 27, 2021  

Remove ZEPPELIN ransomware

ZEPPELIN ransomware is a crypto virus that locks data with AES and then demands ransom in Bitcoin. More
Ransomware Viruses   July 26, 2021  

Uninstalling Watchvideoplayer.com Ads

Watchvideoplayer.com Ads – an outcome of a push notification virus infection. More
Adware Viruses   July 23, 2021  

Delete Search.myprivacyswitch.com virus

Search.myprivacyswitch.com might track certain data when you browse the web. More
Browser Hijackers Viruses   July 22, 2021  

Updated Chrome 92 said to block phishing attacks 50 times faster

Updates for Google Chrome can significantly improve the security while browsing online. More
News Spam and phishing   July 22, 2021  

Getting rid of Zoom Conference Invitation email virus

 Don't want to be infected with data-stealing malware? Don't click on "Zoom_Conference_Invitation.zip" file. More
Trojans Viruses   July 15, 2021  

Terminate Biopass RAT

Biopass RAT – a Python-based backdoor capable of various devastating actions. More
Trojans Viruses   July 14, 2021  

Creatings.space ads removal guide

Creatings.space – a misleading page that tries to trick you into accepting its notifications. More
Adware Viruses   July 14, 2021  
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