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What is is categorized as a rogue website that identical to,, and more websites of this type. Most often users visit inadvertently - it is very likely that they are being redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Usually these unwanted apps get installed without user's consent and, as well as causing redirects, they also provide users with various unwanted/intrusive ads and collect browsing-related information. POP-UP Redirect redirect removal instructions

What is is a rogue websites that is virtually identical to,, and many others. It is designed to redirect its visitors to unreliable websites. It is very likely that most users end up on it unintentionally, they are being redirected to by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). PUAs infiltrate systems without user's direct permission and, in addition to these unwanted redirects, they often feed them with intrusive ads and gather various information. POP-UP Redirect redirect removal instructions

What is is one of the many rogue websites out there (very similar to,, and so on) that is designed to lead it visitors to unreliable/questionable websites or to display some deceptive content. As a rule, people do not visit this website willingly, they are forced by installed potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), or clicked intrusive ads displayed on dubious websites. Most people install these unwanted apps unintentionally. If installed, they deliver various intrusive ads and record browsing-related information as well.

Dharma-Gif Ransomware

Dharma-Gif ransomware removal instructions

What is Dharma-Gif?

Dharma-Gif is another variant of Dharma ransomware and it was discovered by Jakub Kroustek. This malicious program is designed to encrypt data stored on a computer and allows its developers to blackmail their victims by demanding to pay a ransom. Dharma-Gif renames all encrypted files by adding the ".id-[victim's_ID].[].gif" extension (it contains a unique victim's ID and an email address of its developers). For example, if the file before encryption was named "1.jpg", then after encryption it will be renamed to "[].gif" and so on. Dharma-Gif ransomware is also designed to open a ransom demanding pop-up window and a ransom note named "FILES ENCRYPTED.txt".


DUNIHI virus removal guide

What is DUNIHI?

DUNIHI (also known as Houdini) is a high-risk virus designed to infiltrate the system, modify it's registry settings and continually spread itself by infiltrating removable drives. This malware allows cyber criminals to perform a variety of actions remotely, which means that infiltrated system is at very high risk. One of the distribution methods that cyber criminals use to spread this virus is email spam campaigns. Crooks send hundreds of thousands of emails hoping that someone will open a malicious attachment which will result in the infiltration of DUNIHI.

I Know * Is One Of Your Pass Email Scam

"I Know * Is One Of Your Pass" removal guide

What is "I Know * Is One Of Your Pass"?

"I Know * Is One Of Your Pass" is an email that scammers send to thousands of people and that is why it is categorized as scam campaign. This scam is being used to trick its recipients into believing that cyber criminals recorded a humiliating/compromising video of them and that they will spread it if their demands will not be met. There are many similar scams of this type out there and none of them should be trusted. All the claims are not true and the best option is to simply ignore this email.

GrandCrab 5.1 Ransomware

GrandCrab 5.1 ransomware removal instructions

What is GrandCrab 5.1?

GrandCrab 5.1 is a new variant of GANDCRAB ransomware family that was discovered by TMMalAnalyst. It is a high-risk virus which is designed to encrypt data and to display ransom notes in a "[victim's_ID]-DECRYPT.txt" file and on a changed desktop wallpaper. The generated text file is being put in every existing folder. It renames every encrypted file by adding a new extension which is a unique victim's ID. For example, if a victim's ID is ".hjnakliq", then GrandCrab 5.1 renames a file named "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.hjnakliq" and so on.

Obfuscated Ransomware

Obfuscated ransomware removal instructions

What is Obfuscated?

Obfuscated is a malicious program classified as ransomware. Like most computer infections of this type it is designed to lock user's files by encrypting them and to encourage its victims to pay a ransom in order to get a decryption tool. Obfuscated renames every encrypted file by adding the ".obfuscated" extension. For example, it renames "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.obfuscated" and so on. It also generates a ransom note by creating the "Read Me.txt" file and changes desktop wallpaper. Once installed, Obfuscated runs a process with a random name in the Task Manager. This infection was discovered by Michael Gillespie.

Anatova Ransomware

Anatova ransomware removal instructions

What is Anatova?

Anatova was discovered by Valthek. It is categorized as ransomware-type malicious program, however, it is different from other infections of this type. It does not add any extension to the encrypted files and does not change their icons. Anatova just makes files unusable (after encryption files cannot be opened) and creates a ransom demanding message in a "ANATOVA.TXT" text file. Name of the ransom note might be different - it depends on the version of the Anatova ransomware.

This Computer Is BLOCKED.html Scam

"This Computer Is BLOCKED.html" removal instructions

What is "This Computer Is BLOCKED.html"?

"This Computer Is BLOCKED.html" is a scam presented on a deceptive, untrustworthy website. Like most fraudulent websites of this type it is designed to trick people into believing that something is wrong with the operating system or a computer. In this case it displays a fake alert supposing that Windows operating system detected some unusual activity and urges its visitors to contact scammers via the provided telephone number. This website is also designed to cause browser crashes by downloading various files. As a rule, people do not visit this deceptive website intentionally. Most of the times it is potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that cause such redirects. They usually collect various browsing-related data and feed users with intrusive ads too.


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