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Statliru1.ru Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to statliru1.ru?

What is statliru1.ru?

Identical to slivnewbest.ru, searchqq.com, searchgra.com, and dozens of other websites, statliru1.ru/i/rt2.html is a fake Internet search engine claiming to improve the Internet browsing experience by generating the most relevant search results. These false claims often trick users into believing that statliru1.ru is legitimate and useful, however, the search engine is promoted using rogue software download/installation set-ups that hijack web browsers and stealthily modify various options. In addition, statliru1.ru continually monitors users' Internet browsing activity.

   
Donald Trump Ransomware

Donald Trump ransomware removal instructions

What is Donald Trump?

Newly-discovered ransomware - Donald Trump - encrypts files (using AES cryptography) and appends the ".ENCRYPTED" extension to the name of each encrypted file. For example, encrypted "sample.jpg" might be renamed to "sample.jpg.ENCRYPTED". Following successful encryption, this ransomware opens a pop-up window informing victims of the encryption.

   
Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs Ransomware

Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs ransomware removal instructions

What is Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs?

Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs is a ransomware-type virus that encrypts most files stored on the infiltrated computer. During encryption, Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs appends the ".Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs" extension to the name of each encrypted file. For instance, encrypted "sample.jpg" might be renamed to "sample.jpg.Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs". Following successful encryption, Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs generates a .vbs file (named "cybersplitter"), and places it in each folder. The vbs file opens a pop-up window containing a ransom-demand message. Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs also plays the "Your pictures, videos, and documents are encrypted by Cyber SpLiTTer Vbs" message through the computer speakers.

   
Al-Namrood Ransomware

Al-Namrood ransomware removal instructions

What is Al-Namrood?

Al-Namrood is a newly-discovered ransomware designed to encrypt files. During encryption, Al-Namrood appends the ".unavailable" extension to the name of each compromised file (e.g., "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.unavailable"). In addition, Al-Namrood creates a text file for each encrypted file. These text files are named using the "[encrypted_file_name.extension]_Read_Me.Txt" pattern (e.g., "sample.jpg.Read_Me.Txt)".

   
Krypte Ransomware

Krypte ransomware removal instructions

What is Krypte?

Krypte is an updated version of Razy ransomware. Following infiltration, Krypte encrypts files using asymmetric cryptography. During encryption, Krypte renames compromised files using the "10_random_letters_and_digits.fear" pattern (e.g., "sample.jpg" might be renamed to "bGw20AaNJa.fear"). Following successful encryption, Krypte displays a pop-up window with a ransom-demand message.

   
Windows Management Adware

Windows Management removal instructions

What is Windows Management?

Windows Management is a deceptive program that infiltrates the system during installation of other applications. Following successful installation, Windows Management generates intrusive online advertisements and collects various data relating to users' Internet browsing activity. For these reasons, this program is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware.

   
Windows User Manager Adware

Windows User Manager removal instructions

What is Windows User Manager?

Windows User Manager is a rogue application distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called "bundling". Following infiltration, this app generates various intrusive online advertisements and tracks users' Internet browsing activity. For these reasons, Windows User Manager is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware.

   
Princess Ransomware

Princess ransomware removal instructions

What is Princess?

Princess is a newly-discovered ransomware-type virus that encrypts most data stored on the infiltrated computer. During encryption, Princess appends the names of compromised files with random extensions. This is quite uncommon, since most of ransomware appends a specific extension (for example, ".locked") or renames files using various patterns (e.g., "[5_random_characters]_[12_random_digits]_[unique_ID].[certain_extension]"). Following successful encryption, Princess creates two files ("!_HOW_TO_RESTORE_[extension].TXT" and "!_HOW_TO_RESTORE_[extension].html") informing victims of the encryption, and places them in each folder containing encrypted files.

   
.LOL! Ransomware

.LOL! ransomware removal instructions

What is .LOL!?

LOL is an updated version of PGPCoder ransomware. Following infiltration, LOL encrypts a variety of data types using an asymmetric encryption algorithm. LOL appends the ".LOL!" extension to the name of each encrypted file. For example, encrypted "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.LOL!". Once files are encrypted, LOL generates a text file ("get data.txt", placed in each folder containing the encrypted files) with a ransom-demand message.

   
DXXD Ransomware

DXXD ransomware removal instructions

What is DXXD?

DXXD is ransomware-type malware that encrypts various files stored on the system. During encryption, this ransomware appends a ".dxxd" extension to the name of each encrypted file. For instance, "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.dxxd". Once the files are encrypted, DXXD generates a text file ("ReadMe.TxT", placed on the desktop) and displays a fake Windows error message. Both inform victims of the encryption.

   

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