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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. ...

5 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 ...

6 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 ...

6 year ago

Ultra Music Search

Ultra Music Search is a Google Chrome extension that can be downloaded from the Chrome web store (chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ultra-music-search/jlnigffaoljhncojcdlahoabeafbabmd) for free. Of course, if something is available to you, that does not mean that you will benefit from it. According to the extension’s description on the web store, it can help you listen to favorite songs, find new music, as well as create playlists. The app is also meant to make it possible for ...

1 days ago

Kronos Ransomware

Kronos Ransomware is a threat you do not want to face because if you are introduced to the message sent to you by its creator, that means that your personal files were encrypted. What does that mean? That means that a unique encryptor was employed to change the data of your files to make them unreadable. Originally, encryption was used to keep data private, but cybercriminals have been exploiting it to corrupt Windows users’ files. There are now thousands of infections capable of this, including Nesa Ransomware, Moka Ransomware, Arsium Ransomware, or Jack Ransomware to name a few. In some ...

1 days ago

Save Ransomware

Save Ransomware is one of those dangerous infections that enter your system unexpectedly. More often than not, it is possible to avoid getting infected with ransomware if users are really careful about the content they encounter, but people often think that malware will not reach them, that it will not happen to them. As a result, they are too negligent about dealing with unfamiliar content, and dangerous infections enter their systems. Then they have to scramble to remove Save Ransomware from their computers, and the problem is that removing the ransomware is a lot easier than ...

1 days ago

LOCKED_PAY Ransomware

LOCKED_PAY Ransomware is yet another file-encryptor that we put into our list of malware to beware of. This malicious threat is likely to spread via backdoors within your email inbox and remote access systems, but it is always possible that it could be dropped and executed by other malicious infections. According to our malware experts, unguarded operating systems are the ones that this malware attacks successfully, and so it is imperative that you implement all security measures to prevent this malware from slithering in. You must not forget about this even if the malicious threat has invaded your system and ...

1 days ago

Seto Ransomware

If you thought that we could get a break from dealing with ransomware infections, better think again. It’s not like the criminals are about to stop creating them any time soon. Thus, we will encounter things like Seto Ransomware in the future, too. It is probably obvious that Seto Ransomware is a malicious computer infection, and this program is here to rip you off. Whatever you do, you should never pay a single cent to cybercriminals. Your job right now is to remove Seto Ransomware from your system and ...

1 days ago

Koko Ransomware

Koko Ransomware drops a note carrying a specific message after it encrypts files available on an infected device with a robust encryption algorithm. If you cannot open your files and you see a note mentioning kokoklock@cock.li email address, your computer is most likely infected with this threat. In which case, we recommend reading our article to learn more details about this infection. In the article, we discuss where it might come from, how it works, and, most importantly, how to erase it from a system. If you are looking for a way to restore your files, we can tell ...

1 days ago

Kiss Ransomware

Kiss Ransomware is another version of Paradise Ransomware. Threats from this family encrypt data with a robust encryption algorithm and append unique extensions consisting of parts of random characters, hackers’ email addresses, and a particular word, for example, in this case, the word is "kiss." This file-encrypting threat should also drop a ransom note. Unlike other malicious applications from this family, Kiss Ransomware displays a note with a concise message. It merely asks to contact the malware’s developers. If you received this threat and wish to know more about how it works and what is advisable to do after ...

1 days ago

Dishwasher Ransomware

No one wants to get infected with ransomware. This has to be the most prevalent type of malware at the moment, and it doesn’t look like the onslaught of these threats is going to disappear any time soon. Dishwasher Ransomware is also another ransomware we can add to the ever-growing pile of malicious infections. We don’t know much about the infection, and it looks like it is still in development, but we know that several computers have been infected with it, and so here comes a description that also has manual removal instructions you can use to remove Dishwasher ...

1 days ago

Encryptd Ransomware

Encryptd Ransomware seems to be a new ransomware application, a threat that is designed to encrypt victims’ files. Usually, hackers come up with such malicious applications for money extortion. In such situations, victims are asked to pay a ransom in exchange for decryption tools that could restore their encrypted files. It would seem this latest threat was also created for this purpose as it should show a ransom note with instructions on how to get a decryptor. If you come across this malware, keep in mind that its developers are hackers and cannot be trusted. Meaning, they may promise to ...

1 days ago

Decrypme Ransomware

Decrypme Ransomware is a new variant of the malicious MedusaLocker Ransomware, and so it is no wonder that there are similarities between these two massive infections. In fact, there are so many similarities that your malware scanner or anti-malware tool might recognize it as MedusaLocker instead of Decrypme. Ultimately, the name does not matter all that much, and the most important thing is that the threat is discovered and then deleted. Ideally, you would discover and remove Decrypme Ransomware before it encrypted files, but that is unlikely to happen because this infection was created to be stealthy and silent. In ...

1 days ago

Nvram Ransomware

Will this perpetual onslaught of ransomware infections ever end? Doesn’t seem like it, especially when the likes of Nvram ...

1 days ago

VIRUS Ransomware

VIRUS Ransomware is not a real virus. An actual computer virus would be capable of spreading and replicating itself, and, ...

1 days ago

Hermes837 Ransomware

Hermes837 Ransomware is a recently created Hermes Ransomware variation. The threat acts more or less the same as the versions ...

2 days ago

Ccryptor Ransomware

You do not want to face any infection, but you especially do not want to face Ccryptor Ransomware because this ...

2 days ago

Nakw Ransomware

Nakw Ransomware is a silent killer, in a sense that it is likely to slither into your operating system ...

2 days ago

The system is badly damaged, virus found (4)! Pop-Ups

If you encounter The system is badly damaged, virus found (4)! Pop-Ups, you need to close your web browser and ...

8 days ago
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