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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

Purple Fox

Purple Fox is a malicious application that downloads malware on its infected systems. Researchers say that it travels with a particular exploit kit, which means it might sneak in if a victim’s computer has specific vulnerabilities. If you want to know how capable this threat might be and what kind of malicious applications it could drop on a device, we encourage you to read the rest of our article. It is essential to mention that dealing with such a Trojan manually could be challenging and risky. Therefore, specialists recommend users who may come across this malware to erase Purple ...

1 days ago

Kuub Ransomware

Kuub Ransomware is the infection responsible for adding the “.kuub” extension to your personal files. Unfortunately, this infection does more than just rename them. It also encrypts your files, which means that they cannot be read. The data of your files is changed, and that is done so that you would look for a decryptor, which, conveniently, the attackers offer you right away. The intentions are clear, and it is up to you to decide what should be done. Our research team warns that the attackers can promise you anything just to get you to pay a ransom, and ...

1 days ago

Retadup

Retadup is a malicious, self-propagating Windows worm that was invading vulnerable systems located in the countries of Latin America, as well as Mexico. The malicious worm was deactivated by malware researchers working along with the French National Gendarmerie and FBI because the servers associated with this malware were located in France and the United States. Over 850,000 systems were cleared from this malware, which was done by malware researchers. It would seem that that was the end of the worm, but, unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that. The cybercriminals who developed the worm could easily reactivate it and make it even ...

1 days ago

Skipper

Skipper appears to be a backdoor Trojan that was created and used by a group of Russian cybercriminals known as Turla. The first wave of its distribution was between 2016 and 2017. Afterward, hackers found new targets to attack and started a new campaign. Usually, such sophisticated tools are used to attack organizations or institutions, which means it is unlikely that a regular user could find it on his system. Another thing that we ought to mention is that this malicious application was used to gain access to targeted systems and drop more threats. To learn more about its possible ...

1 days ago

Li Ransomware

Li Ransomware was created for money extortion as it encrypts users’ files and shows a message in which its developers suggest purchasing decryption tools that would restore enciphered data. As usual, the price is not mentioned, and users interested in the suggestion are asked to contact the malware’s developers via email. What you should know if you are thinking about considering this option is that there are no guarantees cybercriminals will give you the promised decryption tools. Thus, paying the ransom is not something we recommend if you do not want to risk your money. If you do not ...

1 days ago

Erenahen Ransomware

When ransomware developers find their cash cow, you can expect to encounter several applications based on the same lucrative code. Erenahen Ransomware is one of those applications that come from a family of similar infections. It also means that we know what to expect from this program, but, unfortunately, it doesn’t help us in any way to restore the affected files fast. Of course, you need to remove Erenahen Ransomware from your computer immediately. And a public decryption tool might be available in the future. The main point is to keep a clear head and protect your PC from ...

1 days ago

Kvag Ransomware

Chaos can ensue when Kvag Ransomware slithers into your operating system and encrypts your personal file. The files are changed, and, unfortunately, you cannot read them using any available applications. Basically, if your files were encrypted, they are now stuck, and you cannot do much about it. Is there a tool that could decrypt your files? That is a possibility, and we discuss this further in the report. What is most important to understand is that the solution offered by cybercriminals should not be taken seriously and that deleting the infection is incredibly important. Do you know how to ...

1 days ago

RSA Ransomware

Some malware families appear to be growing by the hour, and RSA Ransomware is an infection that comes from the Crysis/Dharma Ransomware family. It is already vast, but because the creator of this malware has made it very easy to employ an already established code and build upon it, new variants keep emerging. A couple of the more recent ones include VIRUS Ransomware, 3442516480@qq.com Ransomware, and Asus Ransomware. It is impossible to say who created this malware, and, for all we know, the same attackers could stand behind them all. Whatever the case might be, it is our mission to ...

1 days ago

JesusCrypt Ransomware

If you think that the ransomware endemic is going to end soon, better think about. Here comes JesusCrypt Ransomware that will encrypt your personal files and will ask you to pay a ransom fee. This ransom fee should help you get your files back, but we all know better than to do what a ransomware program says. Therefore, please remove JesusCrypt Ransomware from your computer today, and then look for ways to decrypt your files. It might not be possible to get all of your files back, but that shouldn’t stop you from improving your cybersecurity measures. So, how come the ...

1 days ago

Deal Ransomware

Deal Ransomware is an encryptor, and if it finds its way into your operating system, it is set to encrypt personal files, including documents and photos. If you do not have copies of these files stored outside the computer, you are not in a good position because, at the time research, the threat was undecryptable. As you might know already, there are hundreds and thousands of infections that can threaten to delete, steal, and encrypt your files, which is why it is crucial that you create backups and also secure your operating system. Keep this in mind for after you ...

1 days ago

Mbed Ransomware

Mbed Ransomware adds the “.mbed” extension to the files that it corrupts. These files are likely to include photos, documents, ...

1 days ago

AIR Ransomware

AIR Ransomware changes Desktop picture with a .jpg file called Tulips, which, sadly, instead of tulips, shows a text ...

1 days ago

CredRaptor Threatens the Virtual Security of Victims It Attacks

CredRaptor is not an infection anyone would want to find on their operating system. Obviously, none of us want ...

1 days ago

Mespinoza Ransomware

Mespinoza Ransomware is a malicious application that might spread among employees of various organizations. What makes us believe that the ...

1 days ago

AnteFrigus Ransomware

AnteFrigus Ransomware was created to corrupt your personal files. Immediately after it is executed, this infection quickly encrypts the ...

1 days ago

Dharma-Ninja Ransomware

Dharma-Ninja Ransomware was created by cybercriminals who do not care about you at all. They did not care about ...

1 days ago
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