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Onion3Cry Ransomware

Onion3Cry ransomware removal instructions

What is Onion3Cry?

Discovered by MalwareHunterTeam, Onion3Cry is a malware based on an open-source ransomware project called Hidden Tear. Once infiltrated, Onion3Cry encrypts stored data using AES cryptography. While encrypting, Onion3Cry displays a fake Windows Update window and appends names of compromised files with ".onion3cry-open-DECRYPTMYFILES" extension. For instance, "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.onion3cry-open-DECRYPTMYFILES". Following successful encryption, Onion3Cry opens a pop-up window ("### DECRYPT MY FILES ###.exe", placed on victim's desktop).

   
High Priority Message Scam

High Priority Message removal instructions

What is High Priority Message?

"High Priority Message" is a fake error displayed by a malicious website which users visit inadvertently - they are redirected by a variety of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). These programs usually infiltrate the system without user's. Research results show that aside from causing redirects, PUPs also deliver intrusive online advertisements and continually gather various information relating to user's web browsing activity.

   
Ads by Setli

Setli removal instructions

What is Setli?

Setli is a deceptive application that supposedly allows users easily access restricted websites, as well as protect their privacy when browsing the Internet. On initial inspection, such functionality may appear completely appropriate and handy. In reality, however, Setli is categorized as an adware and a potentially unwanted program (PUP). There are three main reasons for these negative associations: 1) stealth installation without user's consent; 2) display of intrusive online advertisements, and; 3) potential tracking of user's Internet browsing activity.

   
SimplePictureEdit Toolbar

Hp.myway.com redirect removal instructions

What is hp.myway.com?

SimplePictureEdit is a deceptive application developed by Mindspark Interactive Network (now known as IAC applications). By offering a functionality allowing users to easily edit photos, SimplePictureEdit tricks users into believing that this app is completely legitimate and handy. However, users must be informed that SimplePictureEdit usually infiltrates the system without asking for a permission. If that wasn't enough, it stealthily alters web browsers' options. For this reason, SimplePictureEdit is classed as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and a browser hijacker.

   
Fast-access-web Adware

Fast-access-web removal instructions

What is Fast-access-web?

Identical to Webunstop, Unstopaccess, Un-stop, and few other, Fast-access-web is a deceptive application that falsely claims to help users access websites that are blocked in their countries. On initial inspection, Fast-access-web may appear completely legitimate and handy. In reality, however, Fast-access-web is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), as well as an adware. There are three main reasons for these negative associations: 1) stealth installation without user's consent; 2) display of intrusive online advertisements, and; 3) monitoring of users' web browsing activity.

   
Tc-clicks.com Redirect

Tc-clicks.com redirect removal instructions

What is tc-clicks.com?

tc-clicks.com is a deceptive website identical to spzan.com, aptitudemedia.co, eatyellowmango.com, and many other. This website is designed to redirect users to a variety of other suspicious sites. Research results show that users are redirected to tc-clicks.com by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that infiltrate the system without user's consent. Thus, users visit tc-clicks.com inadvertently. Potentially unwanted programs usually infiltrate the system without user's consent. Moreover, aside from causing redirects, PUPs also deliver intrusive advertisements and continually record various information.

   
nRansom Ransomware

"nRansom" virus removal guide

What is "nRansom"?

nRansom is a ransomware-type virus that stealthily infiltrates computers and blocks access to the system. Today, this behavior is quite uncommon to ransomware-type viruses - most encrypt files. Furthermore, there are two variants of nRansom virus: the first discovered by MalwareHunterTeam; and, the second, by Karsten Hahn. After blocking access to the system, nRansom displays a lock screen with a ransom-demand message.

   
SuperB Ransomware

SuperB ransomware removal instructions

What is SuperB?

Discovered by MalwareHunterTeam, SuperB is a ransomware-type virus that stealthily infiltrates systems and encrypts stored data. During encryption, SuperB appends filenames with the ".enc" extension. For example, "sample.jpg" might be renamed to a filename such as "sample.jpg.enc". Following successful encryption, SuperB creates a text file for each encrypted file (for example, "sample.txt" for "sample.jpg" and so on). These files contain an identical message.

   
Spzan.com Redirect

spzan.com redirect removal instructions

What is spzan.com?

spzan.com is a rogue website identical to many websites, including aptitudemedia.co, eatyellowmango.com, and click-cpa.net. The site redirects to various other suspicious sites. Research shows that users are redirected to spzan.com by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). These deceptive applications usually infiltrate systems without consent, or trick users to install by falsely claiming to enable various "useful features". As well as redirects, PUPs generate intrusive online advertisements and continually record information relating to web browsing activity.

   
Save Tabs Adware

Save Tabs removal instructions

What is Save Tabs?

Save Tabs is a deceptive application that supposedly allows users to optimize their web browser performance by compacting opened tabs. On initial inspection, this functionality may appear legitimate and useful, however, Save Tabs is classed as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware. There are three main reasons for these negative associations: 1) Stealth installation without consent; 2) Tracking of Internet browsing activity, and; 3) Display of intrusive online advertisements.

   

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