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istartsurf.com

istartsurf.com seems like a very useful search engine from the first sight: it allows computer users to access Facebook, eBay, YouTube, and other websites in just one click. ...

2 year ago
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CryptoLocker

CryptoLocker is a screen locker infection else known as ransomware program. It is distributed by Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A Trojan and unlike other ransomware applications known to us, this one ...

2 year ago
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Delta-Homes

Delta-Homes is a mischievous browser hijacker which can take over your home page and force you to use a highly suspicious and possibly dangerous search tool. At first ...

3 year ago

Topsecuritytabsearch.com

Topsecuritytabsearch.com may look like an ordinary search engine, but it is much more than that and not in a good way. We have analyzed it and concluded that it is just another browser hijacker because it is distributed in a dishonest manner and is set to replace your web browser’s homepage. Therefore, we advise that you remove it from your PC as soon as the opportunity arises. Also, we want to warn you that it is set to show modified search results that are apt to feature shady promotional links. These promotional links might jeopardize your computer’s security as ...

13 hours 3 min ago

Mountainbrowse.com

Mountainbrowse.com is a search tool with a very attractive interface. Every time you refresh this page, you are greeted with a different image representing the mountains. Although the background images do not make search services better or worse, it certainly is more appealing to use a website with attractive images rather than blank space or a ton of colorful tabs. Unfortunately, the pretty interface is the only reliable feature of this search tool. In fact, we classify it as a browser hijacker as it might corrupt the homepages on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome browsers. If your ...

13 hours 4 min ago

A_Princ@aol.com Ransomware

A_Princ@aol.com Ransomware uses silent techniques to enter your operating system and corrupt your personal files, but it is not silent at all when demanding a ransom from you. When this program slithers in – and it is most likely that it will enter as you open a corrupted spam email attachment – it will immediately encrypt all files, except for system files that keep your operating system running. Once your files are encrypted, you will see the “.{a_princ@aol.com}.xtbl” extension attached to them (for example, test.doc.{a_princ@aol.com}.xtbl). At the same time, the infection will create TXT and JPG files to represent the ...

13 hours 9 min ago

Drugvokrug727@india.com Ransomware

The ransomware endemic is at all-time high because we are registering at least several new infections every single day now. Drugvokrug727@india.com Ransomware is yet another infection that comes forth with the intention to make your life miserable. However, you should not succumb to this terror. Even if it seems that all hope is lost, you can still remove Drugvokrug727@india.com Ransomware from your system and restore your files. All you have to do is follow the instructions below this description, and if you find yourself really stuck, you can also leave us a comment, and we will personally guide you ...

13 hours 32 min ago

Sitaram108 Ransomware

Your unprotected computer can become infected with Sitaram108 Ransomware after opening fake emails featuring a malicious file attachment. Once on your PC, it will encrypt most of your files and demand that you pay a ransom to get the decryptor needed to decrypt them. Since we have encountered applications similar to this one, we believe that its developers will demand quite a large sum of money for the decryptor, so you should consider removing this infection instead of complying with their demands. We have acquired a sample of this ransomware and tested it on one of our test computers ...

13 hours 37 min ago

Fantom Ransomware

Fantom Ransomware is a ransomware application, and this new infection has been released with the intention to rip you off. Of course, it will not log your keystrokes and steal your personal information. Instead, it will try to force YOU to transfer the money to the given account. This is definitely very annoying and obnoxious, and you should not tolerate such behavior. The thing you have to do is remove Fantom Ransomware from your system immediately. While you are at it, you can also scan your computer with a reliable security tool, in search for other unwanted and dangerous applications. Although ...

14 hours ago

Opencode@india.com Ransomware

Opencode@india.com is a file-encrypting ransomware infection. If it ever finds a way to your computer, it will lock personal files and applications and thus will make it impossible to access them. It has been found that Opencode@india.com Ransomware belongs to the same family as Meldonii@india.com Ransomware, Saraswati Ransomware, and Vegclass@aol.com Ransomware, so it is not very surprising that it acts like the aforementioned infections. All the threats that are put into the category of ransomware seek to extort money from users, and Opencode@india.com Ransomware is no exception. We have to admit that it is very hard to unlock files ...

1 days ago

Makdonalds@india.com Ransomware

If all your pictures, documents, and applications have a new extension {makdonalds@india.com}.xtbl, we have bad news for you - Makdonalds@india.com Ransomware has sneaked onto your computer and has encrypted all the files and programs it has managed to find. Like other similar ransomware infections that add the .xtbl extension, it has been created by cyber criminals to extort money from users. We know that you need to regain access to your personal files and applications badly; however, supporting cyber criminals is not a good idea. First of all, it is unclear whether your files will be unlocked even if ...

1 days ago

Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware

We want to inform you about a new ransomware that can infection your computer when you open malicious email attachments. It is called Radxlove7@india.com Ransomware, and our tests have shown that it is configured to encrypt your personal files and demand that you pay a ransom for the software needed to decrypt them. Its developers might ask you to pay a substantial sum of money in Bitcoins, and there is no guarantee that you will get the decryptor after you have made the transaction to their Bitcoin wallet. As a rule of thumb, we do not recommend that you ...

1 days ago

GruzinRussian@aol.com Ransomware

GruzinRussian@aol.com is a file-encrypting ransomware that uses the GruzinRussian@aol.com email address in its ransom note. Users have to contact cyber criminals by writing an email to GruzinRussian@aol.com or igor_svetlov2@aol.com, depending on the version of the ransomware they encounter, if they wish to unlock their files. Yes, this threat also locks files like similar computer infections. Unfortunately, the encryption key it uses is RSA-2048, which means that it might be impossible to unlock files without the special key that only cyber criminals have. Of course, you should not hurry to pay the money this infection demands because a) cyber criminals ...

1 days ago

Veracrypt Ransomware

If you cannot open any files on the computer and they are marked with a strange extension that mentions veracrypt@india.com ...

1 days ago

Milarepa.lotos@aol.com Ransomware

It is not difficult to recognize the infiltration of the malicious Milarepa.lotos@aol.com Ransomware because it corrupts your files and ...

1 days ago

Meldonii@india.com Ransomware

If you have been infected by Meldonii@india.com Ransomware, then you can surely expect to have a lot of problems ...

1 days ago

"Microsoft has detected some suspicious activity" +1-844-313-8541

“Microsoft has detected some suspicious activity” +1-844-313-8541 is a false warning that appears when users install questionable software on the ...

1 days ago

Grand_car@aol.com Ransomware

Grand_car@aol.com Ransomware announces its appearance on the system by replacing user’s usual Desktop image with Decryption instructions.jpg. As the text ...

6 days ago

Funnysiting.com

Browser hijackers such as Funnysiting.com are among the most commonly encountered infections. We do not consider them as extremely malicious. ...

6 days ago

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