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"The mastermind"

Biography of Ugnius Kiguolis

Ugnius Kiguolis is a professional malware analyst who is also the founder and the owner of 2-Spyware. At the moment, he takes over as Editor-in-chief.

Ugnius created 2-Spyware.com in 2004 for raising public awareness of the cybercrime. At a time, people didn't pay much attention to anti-virus software and safe browsing practices. The current version of the website is a result of his persistent ideas and hard work which was dedicated to help people reach virus removal guides and tech-related news as quickly as possible.

However, Ugnius admits that he wouldn't have reached such result without his hard-working team. Today, they are the ones who compose the latest and most relevant IT security news, antivirus and anti-spyware software reviews and malware removal tutorials. Being a successful team leader, he always shares his opinion and insights with the 2-Spyware team.

Ugnius has been working in computer industry for over 20 years, and, not surprisingly, his motto is “knowledge has no boundaries.” When not analyzing latest malware samples or looking for effective ways to fight against cybercrime, he spends hours reading the latest technology and science news. Artificial intelligence, electric cars and, of course, cybersecurity are just a few of topics that always engross him. Regardless of being a real geek, he is an outgoing person who enjoys spending time with his family and friends. He also counts traveling and fine food among his interests.

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Posts published by Ugnius Kiguolis

Biden: cyber-attacks could lead to a full-blown war

The United States of America warns rogue nations who support and sponsor cybercriminals. More
News Security   July 30, 2021  

HEUR.Trojan.MSIL.Miner.gen removal

HEUR.Trojan.MSIL.Miner.gen is a detection name alerting about a virus on your system . More
Trojans Viruses   July 28, 2021  

New World killing off Nvidia GPUs: how technology failures continue

New World gamers face problems with burning graphics cards. More
General News   July 28, 2021  

Microsoft stops support for Internet Explorer 11 in August

The plug is finally getting pulled by Microsoft 365. The era has come to an end as Microsoft is kindly reminding customers that Microsoft 365 apps and all services will stop supporting the Internet Explorer 11 web browser on August 17, 2021. More
Anti-spyware software News   July 27, 2021  

Cracked versions of Windows 11 infect thousands with malware

People rush to try the new Windows 11 - resort to insecure sources, Kaspersky says. More
News Viruses and parasites   July 26, 2021  

Remove Moqs ransomware

Moqs virus renders your personal files useless until a ransom is paid. More
Ransomware Viruses   July 26, 2021  

After Vid.me purchase news sites are now showing embedded porn videos

Naughty videos greeted readers of major new sites after porn company 5 Star HD Porn bought the expired domain. More
News Spam and phishing   July 23, 2021  

Remove Myday ransomware

Myday ransomware – a perilous computer infection that restricts access to your files. More
Ransomware Viruses   July 22, 2021  

Cybersecurity needs to change as deepfakes threaten our identities

Identity theft and other fraud can be easier with deepfake technologies. More
News Security   July 20, 2021  

Spyware made by NSO Group deployed on iPhones with the latest software

iMessage flaws used to target journalists and activists. A recent report of non-governmental, human rights organization Amnesty International and non-profit project Forbidden Stories showed the findings of spyware made by Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group and deployed on iPhones which are running with Apple's l... More
News Viruses and parasites   July 19, 2021  

Terminate Trojan.Win32.Cometer.gen

Trojan.Win32.Cometer.gen is fileless malware designed to steal valuable information. More
Trojans Viruses   July 16, 2021  

WooCommerce releases patch for the flaw that affects WordPress sites

Millions of WordPress sites threatened by the vulnerability: potential data compromise. More
News Security   July 16, 2021