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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

Delete Grakorte.com ads

Grakorte.com ads show links to potentially dangerous websites. More
Adware Viruses   March 29, 2023  

Get rid of PromotePower Mac virus

PromotePower is a malicious application you should get rid of. More
Adware Mac Viruses Viruses   March 28, 2023  

CommonMagic APT uses new malware to target organizations in Russo-Ukrainian conflict zone

Most likely delivered via spear phishing attacks. Kaspersky has identified an advanced persistent threat campaign called CommonMagic that targets organizations in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict zone. More
News Viruses and parasites   March 23, 2023  

Uninstall RefreshMate adware

RefreshMate is a browser extension that causes pop-up spam, redirects, and other unwanted symptoms. More
Adware Viruses   March 21, 2023  

Ukrainian game dev behind STALKER 2 hacked by Russian hackers

The hack resulted in leak of major game assets. GSC Game World, the Ukrainian video game developer behind the highly anticipated "STALKER 2: Heart of Chornobyl" game, has recently reported a security breach. More
News   March 16, 2023  

Get rid of Kracir.live ads

Kracir.live uses deception tactics to make people believe their system is infected. More
Adware Viruses   March 16, 2023  

Brazil seizes Flipper Zero hacking tool

Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency seizes incoming Flipper Zero purchases. More
News   March 13, 2023  

DuckDuckGo launches DuckAssist: privacy-focused AI tool for search query answers

DuckAssist uses Wikipedia and Britannica as its main source of information. More
News   March 09, 2023  

Infinity Search browser hijacker removal

Infinity Search can cause the browser settings and appearance to change drastically. More
Browser Hijackers Viruses   March 09, 2023  

City of Oakland suffers from a ransomware attack

City of Oakland becomes a ransomware attack victim. Since February 10, 2023, the city of Oakland, California, has been the target of a ransomware attack that has disrupted most of its IT systems. More
News Viruses and parasites   March 06, 2023  

Delete Blind Eye Locker ransomware

Blind Eye Locker ransomware encrypts users' files so they cannot be opened. More
Ransomware Viruses   February 28, 2023  

Hackers use ChatGPT to infect people with malware

Deceptive campaign unleashed targeting ChatGPT users. Hackers have launched a sophisticated campaign that takes advantage of the popularity of OpenAI's ChatGPT language model to trick victims into downloading malicious software. More
News Security   February 27, 2023