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News-notification.tools redirect removal instructions
What is news-notification.tools?
news-notification.tools is another rogue site identical to lcontentdelivery.info, global-newws.site, filezog.com, and many others. This website is designed to cause redirects to other questionable sites. Research results show that vast majority of visitors end up in news-notification.tools inadvertently - they get redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or intrusive ads displayed in other rogue sites. It is worth mentioning that aside from causing redirects, unwanted applications also generate intrusive advertisements and record various information.
Navig-gg.com redirect removal instructions
What is navig-gg.com?
Navig-gg.com is a fake search engine that is very similar (or even identical) to maxsearch.live, search-story.com, bestsearch.live and many others. It's appearance barely differs from legitimate search engines such as Google or Yahoo. For this reason, many believe that navig-gg.com is also appropriate. However, be aware that developers promote this search engine by using browser-hijacking download/installation setups. As a rule, these setups are designed to modify web browser's settings without a direct user's permission. Moreover, navig-gg.com fake search engine is designed to gather browsing-related data.
NanoCore virus removal guide
What is NanoCore?
NanoCore is a high-risk trojan - remote access tool (RAT). In most cases, this malware is proliferated using various email spam campaigns. Crooks send thousands of deceptive emails that contain malicious attachments. Once opened, said files immediately infect computers with various viruses, such as NanoCore. Now presence of this malware can be disastrous, since the malware distributor gains remote access to the infected system.
ZU-Coupon removal instructions
What is ZU-Coupon?
ZU-Coupon is an application that, according to its developers, offers users to find various deals, shops, ratings and other information related to shopping and coupons. It might look like a legitimate app, however, it is categorized as a potentially unwanted application (PUA) and an adware. In most cases people install these applications unintentionally, they get installed without a direct permission. Adware apps are designed to deliver various ads and record information related to browsing activity, or even personal/sensitive data.
Lcontentdelivery.info redirect removal instructions
What is lcontentdelivery.info?
lcontentdelivery.info is one of many rogue websites that causes redirects to other questionable sites. It is virtually identical to filezog.com, amousinded.info, frash-news.club, and dozens of others. Research results show that visitors come to lcontentdelivery.info inadvertently - they get redirected by intrusive advertisements (displayed in other rogue sites) or potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Vast majority of unwanted apps infiltrate the system without user's consent and, aside from causing redirects, they also deliver intrusive advertisements and record various information.
XUY ransomware removal instructions
What is XUY?
XUY is a virus that is specified as a ransomware. It is very likely that XUY virus is based on another ransomware virus called Thron, which is basically an updated version of Tron. XUY virus was discovered by MalwareHunterTeam. Once it is installed, this virus encrypts user's files and blocks access to a certain system tools such as Task Manager. It renames encrypted files by adding a ".xuy" extension, for example, it changes "sample.jpg" to "sample.jpg.xuy" and so on. XUY also displays a pop-up window that contains a ransom demanding message.
DelphiRansomware ransomware removal instructions
What is DelphiRansomware?
DelphiRansomware has been discovered by MalwareHunterTeam. It is a high-risk ransomware-type virus which is designed to encrypt/lock its victim's files. Once the files are locked, affected users are demanded to pay a ransom. This virus renames encrypted files by adding the ".FilGZmsp" extension to each locked file. If the file before encryption was named as "sample.jpg", then after encryption it will be named as "sample.jpg.FilGZmsp" and so on. Once DelphiRansomware has infected the system, it displays a ransom note in a pop-up window.
Adobe ransomware removal instructions
What is Adobe?
Adobe is a high-risk virus that is categorized as ransomware. This virus belongs to Dharma ransomware family and it was firstly discovered by S!Ri. Adobe's developers (cyber criminals) use it to corrupt systems by encrypting user's files (making them unusable). Once infiltrated the system, Adobe ransomware displays a ransom demanding message (pop-up window), creates a "FILES ENCRYPTED.txt" text file and renames every encrypted file. It renames the files by adding the ".adobe" extension that contains a unique ID and email address. For example, "1.jpg" file is renamed to "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[firstname.lastname@example.org].adobe" and so on. Adobe's can be found and identified in Task Manager as "BulkFileChanger (32bit)".
Global-newws.site redirect removal instructions
What is global-newws.site?
Similar to filezog.com, amousinded.info, frash-news.club, and many others, global-newws.site is a rogue site designed to redirect users to other questionable websites. Users typically visit global-newws.site inadvertently - they're redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or either intrusive advertisements. Potentially unwanted apps usually infiltrate computers without permission and, aside from causing redirects, they also record various information and deliver intrusive advertisements.
Filezog.com redirect removal instructions
What is filezog.com?
There are many rogue websites that are very similar to filezog.com, for example amousinded.info, wekomix.com and pushthenme.info. This and other websites of this type are designed redirect visitors to various questionable/untrustworthy websites. Most users visit filezog.com unintentionally, they are being redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Most users install these apps inadvertently. Besides, once installed, these apps deliver intrusive ads and gather browsing-related data.
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