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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

Black Basta ransomware gang extorted over $100 million from its victims

The rise and financial impact of the Black Basta ransomware. More
News   November 30, 2023  

OwnCloud file sharing app faces admin passwords breach due to critical bug

Critical bug exposes ownCloud admin passwords. ownCloud, a popular choice for businesses, educational institutions, and privacy-conscious individuals, has issued three critical security warnings. More
News Security   November 27, 2023  

Firecrafters.top ads fix

Firecrafters.top ads bring malicious links to your desktop. More
Adware Viruses   November 24, 2023  

Idaho National Nuclear Lab breached by politically motivated hackers

The cyberattack on Idaho National Nuclear Lab. On November 19, Idaho National Laboratory , a key institution in the U.S. More
News Security   November 23, 2023  

Weromogros.co.in ads fix

Weromogros.co.in is a malicious website that can negatively impact your browsing experience. More
Adware Viruses   November 20, 2023  

Hackers breach Samsung's security, compromise customer data

Samsung discovers data breach impacting UK customers. A recent data breach that exposed some of Samsung Electronics' UK customers to unauthorized access to their personal data has been confirmed by the company. More
News Security   November 20, 2023  

Eliminate Nature Of The World Extension browser hijacker

Nature Of The World Extension is a bogus app designed by crooks to spam ads and collect data. More
Browser Hijackers Viruses   November 09, 2023  

Apple's "Find My" network vulnerabilities pose a keylogging threat

The "Find My" Network and its vulnerabilities. Users trying to find lost or stolen Apple devices have found great success with Apple's inventive "Find My" network and application. More
News Security   November 06, 2023  

Terminate Tpwrldnws.com ads

Tpwrldnws.com is a malicious website that tries to scam users. More
Adware Viruses   November 03, 2023  

Delete Openspecificwhite.com ads

Openspecificwhite.com ads might bring you to misleading or even malicious websites. More
Adware Viruses   October 31, 2023  

Seiko disclosed "60k items" of personal data were breached after BlackCat ransomware attack

Various personal details, including customer names and addresses, leaked after a ransomware attack at Seiko. More
News Security   October 26, 2023  

Stolen credentials used in Okta support system breach

Breach details and impact. In a recent security incident, Okta, a leading identity and access management company, has confirmed that attackers breached its support system using stolen credentials. More
News Security   October 23, 2023