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Epoblockl ransomware removal instructions
What is Epoblockl?
Epoblockl is a high-risk ransomware virus which is a variant of SYMMYWARE ransomware. It affects computers by encrypting all (or most of) the stored data. Once the files are encrypted it opens a YouTube video, creates a "EPOBLOCKL-NOTE.txt" text file and renames every encrypted file. It adds a ".Epoblockl" extension to every encrypted file, for example: "sample.jpg" gets renamed to "sample.jpg.Epoblockl" and so on.
"Error: 0xc004f014" removal instructions
What is "Error: 0xc004f014"?
"Error: 0xc004f014" is one of the many fake virus alert messages. Such virus alerts usually are displayed on various untrustworthy and deceptive websites. As a rule, users do not visit these websites intentionally, they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). These applications get installed without user's permission, most users install them unwillingly. Once installed, unwanted apps of this type deliver intrusive ads and gather various browsing-related (and other) data.
Hawkeye virus removal guide
What is Hawkeye?
Hawkeye is a high-risk virus designed to record keystrokes, account credentials and other similar information. In most cases, Hawkeye is distributed using email spam campaigns. Developers send thousands of deceptive emails that encourage users to open attached files. However, opening results in an infiltration of Hawkeye. Sometimes cyber criminals infiltrate Hawkeye manually, by using remote access tools (RATs).
Go.oclaserver.com redirect removal instructions
What is go.oclaserver.com?
Go.oclaserver.com is a rogue website that is very similar (or even identical) to other websites of this type, such as cobalten.com, filezog.com, amousinded.info and many more. This website is designed to redirect its visitors to untrustworthy, deceptive websites. Most of the times people do not visit it willingly, they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). These unwanted apps often get installed without a direct user's permission and are designed to deliver ads and collect browsing-related data.
Search.hyourtelevisionnow.com redirect removal instructions
What is search.hyourtelevisionnow.com?
Search.hyourtelevisionnow.com is one of the many fake search engines that is very similar to searcholive.com, findprivate.online, feed.streaming-time.com and many more. This fake search engine is promoted using a Your Television Now application which is categorized as a potentially unwanted application (PUA), a browser hijacker. This app is promoted as a tool that allows users to access various online video content directly from a web browser. However, PUAs like Your Television Now not only infiltrate systems without a direct permission, but also gather data related to browsing activity, so does the search.hyourtelevisionnow.com fake search engine.
How to remove searchpage.com browser hijacker from Mac?
What is searchpage.com?
searchpage.com is another fake web search engine similar to search.bravogol.com, nvsearch.club, beonline.pw, and many others. Judging on it's appearance alone, searchpage.com barely differs from Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other legitimate web search engines. For this reason, many believe that searchpage.com is also appropriate and handy. However, be aware that this website is promoted using browser-hijacking download/installation setups that modify web browsers' options without permission. Moreover, searchpage.com continually record various data about user's web browsing habits.
.pptx ransomware removal instructions
What is .pptx?
.pptx is one of the many ransomware-type viruses that is designed to infect computers and to lock/encrypt the stored files. This .pptx virus belongs to a GlobeImposter ransomware family. This ransomware changes the extension of all encrypted files by adding the ".PPTX" extension. For example, it renames the "sample.jpg" to "sample.jpg.PPTX", "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.PPTX" and so on. It also creates a "READ_ME.txt" text file and places it in every folder that contains encrypted files.
DataWait ransomware removal instructions
What is DataWait?
DataWait is a high-risk virus (ransomware-type virus) that is designed to affect computers by encrypting stored data. This virus was discovered by MalwareHunterTeam and it is a variant of SAVEfiles ransomware. Once a computer is infected with DataWait, it locks the files and renames them by adding the ".DATAWAIT" extension. For example, if the file before encryption was named "sample.jpg", then after encryption DataWait names it "sample.jpg.DATAWAIT" and so on. It also creates a "!readme.txt" text file with a ransom demanding message.
How to remove "AdSafeProtected" from Mac?
What is "AdSafeProtected"?
Adsafeprotected.com is a completely legitimate domain owned by Integral Ad Science company. This domain is used by a variety of companies that deliver advertisements in legitimate websites, such as YouTube, Yahoo, Google, and so forth. The problem is that some users encounter certain error messages regarding this domain. Nevertheless, there's nothing to worry about.
"hello, sacrifice. This is my last warning!!!" removal guide
What is "hello, sacrifice. This is my last warning!!!"?
Scammers use the "hello, sacrifice. This is my last warning!!!" email spam campaign with the intention to threaten people by claiming that they have some humiliating video of a recipient and that they will spread it if their demands will not be met. Typically, they urge people to pay them a particular amount of money in Bitcoins.
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