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N1cely.com POP-UP Redirect

N1cely.com redirect removal instructions

What is n1cely.com?

The internet is full of rogue websites like n1cely.com. Most of them are virtually identical or at least very similar, some examples of other websites of this kind are: notification-browser.com, crtmatix.com and artnewsupdate.info. N1cely.com is a website that, once visited, redirects users to untrustworthy websites. As a rule, n1cely.com itself gets visited unintentionally - users get redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Such applications usually get installed without user's consent, and, as well as causing redirects, they deliver various intrusive ads and collect user-system information.

   
Ads.diamonds POP-UP Redirect

Ads.diamonds redirect removal instructions

What is ads.diamonds?

Ads.diamonds is categorized as rogue website, like many other websites of this type (such as notification-browser.com, crtmatix.com, artnewsupdate.info etc.) it redirects its visitors to various untrustworthy website. In most cases users end up on ads.diamonds unintentionally - its potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that make users to visit it. Most users install PUAs without even knowing about it and, in addition to the mentioned redirects, PUAs deliver intrusive ads and gather information.

   
Adhunter.media POP-UP Redirect

Adhunter.media redirect removal instructions

What is adhunter.media?

Like most rogue websites (notification-browser.com, crtmatix.com, artnewsupdate.info and many others), adhunter.media is designed to redirect its visitors to various unreliable/untrustworthy websites. Adhinter.media usually gets visited unwillingly - users get redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that get installed without user's knowledge. Three main negative aspects of PUAs are: they cause unwanted redirects, deliver advertisements and collect various data.

   
Adfries.net POP-UP Redirect

Adfries.net redirect removal instructions

What is adfries.net?

adfries.net is one of the many rogue websites out there that is very similar (or even identical) to other websites of this type (such as notification-browser.com, crtmatix.com, artnewsupdate.info and hundreds of others), designed to cause redirects to various untrustworthy websites. As a rule, adfries.net gets visited unwillingly - users get redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Users typically install PUAs inadvertently, and, as well as causing redirects, PUAs gather various data and deliver advertisements.

   
Redirect.viglink.com POP-UP Redirect

Redirect.viglink.com redirect removal instructions

What is redirect.viglink.com?

Redirect.viglink.com is a legitimate advertising network that claims to be helping developers to generate traffic for their websites. However, there are cyber criminals that use this advertising network to promote their (potentially malicious) websites. Most often they use potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) for it. In most cases PUAs get installed without user's consent and deliver various intrusive ads, gather data and in some cases, run various background processes.

   
Onwardinated.com POP-UP Redirect

Onwardinated.com redirect removal instructions

What is onwardinated.com?

There is a countless number of identical (or at least very similar) rogue websites (such as notification-browser.com, crtmatix.com, artnewsupdate.info and many more), and onwardinated.com is not an exception. It is a website designed to redirect users to various untrustworthy and potentially malicious websites. As a rule, users do not visit onwardinated.com intentionally. Most often its visitors are being redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that infiltrate systems without user's consent. PUAs are also designed to deliver various advertisements and to collect user-system data.

   
AppleCare Protection Plan POP-UP Scam (Mac)

How to remove AppleCare Protection Plan from Mac?

What is AppleCare Protection Plan?

"AppleCare Protection Plan" is a fake error message that shares similarities with "Mac iOS Security At Risk Error Code: HT201155", "AppleCare Tech Support", and many others. This error is displayed by various malicious websites. Most of visitors come to these sites inadvertently - they're redirected by either potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or either intrusive advertisements delivered by other rogue sites. Be aware that vast majority of unwanted applications infiltrate the system without asking for a permission. Aside from causing redirects, these apps also deliver intrusive advertisements and gather sensitive information.

   
Unzippy Adware (Mac)

How to remove Unzippy from Mac?

What is Unzippy?

Unzippy is another rogue app belonging to InstallCore adware family. It offers a functionality that supposedly allows users easily extract and compress data. Thus, many believe that Unzippy is completely appropriate and handy. However, we should mention that this application is actually categorized as a potentially unwanted application (PUA) and an adware. That's because Unzippy often infiltrates the system without asking for a permission, continually delivers intrusive advertisements, and gathers various sensitive information.

   
TrojanDownloader:PDF/Domepidief.A Virus

TrojanDownloader:PDF/Domepidief.A virus removal guide

What is TrojanDownloader:PDF/Domepidief.A?

TrojanDownloader:PDF/Domepidief.A is a high-risk trojan that originates from Emotet malware family. It is proliferated using email spam campaigns. Unlike previous Emotet's variants, TrojanDownloader:PDF/Domepidief.A's distribution is slightly different. Instead of attaching a malicious Microsoft Office document, cyber criminals attach a deceptive PDF document which contains a download link of malicious MS Office document.

   
Invoice Attached - FINAL NOTICE Email Virus

Invoice Attached - FINAL NOTICE virus removal guide

What is Invoice Attached - FINAL NOTICE?

"Invoice Attached - FINAL NOTICE" is another email spam campaign used to distribute a high-risk trojan called TrickBot. It is very similar to "Payroll Timetable Email Virus", "Companies House Email Virus", and many others. As a rule, cyber criminals send thousands of deceptive emails encouraging users to open attached Microsoft Office documents. However, doing this results in infiltration TrickBot.

   

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