Computer viruses are malicious programs that hog system resources and execute undesirable functions. There are many types of computer viruses, and they each work differently in the ways they replicate and/or spread. Learn More
How do computer viruses work?
Malware, short for malicious software, is mostly created by criminals to steal personal information from computers or by hackers who are searching for fame by taking down a computer or disrupting a computer's operating system. While most of the perpetrators are usually looking for financial gain, a few just want to prove their skills by gaining access to sensitive information or by disrupting a large entity, such as a bank and/or governmental agency. Learn More
A false positive is an industry term within the security community that defines the instance when a legitimate file is flagged as malicious by a security application. Like every security vendor, STOPzilla does have false positives from time to time. We do not like false positives. That is why we put so much emphasis on keeping our detection lists as accurate as possible. Our research staff investigates potential false positives on a daily basis and makes the appropriate adjustments when one is discovered. Please send a report to our research department if you think STOPzilla has flagged a false positive.
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