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Amousinded.info redirect removal instructions
What is amousinded.info?
Amousinded.info is one of the many rogue websites out there (such as wekomix.com, pushthenme.info, ukcontentdelivery.info and many more) that is designed to redirect its visitors to untrustworthy websites. It is very likely that most users end up on it unintentionally, they are being redirected to amousinded.info by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). PUAs infiltrate systems without user's permission and, in addition to unwanted redirects, they often deliver intrusive ads and gather various information.
How to remove "Your MacOS 10.14 Mojave Is Infected With 3 Viruses!" from Mac?
What is "Your MacOS 10.14 Mojave Is Infected With 3 Viruses!"?
"Your MacOS 10.14 Mojave Is Infected With 3 Viruses!" is a fake virus alert message that is being displayed for MacOS users who end up visiting untrustworthy and deceptive websites. In most cases users do not visit these websites intentionally, it's potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that are causing such redirects. PUAs are unwanted apps that get installed without a direct user's permission and cause not only unwanted redirects, but deliver intrusive ads and record browsing-related and other data.
frash-news.club redirect removal instructions
What is frash-news.club?
frash-news.club is redirect-causing website similar to wekomix.com, pushthenme.info, ariocroft.com, incomingnow.com, and many others. Visitors come to frash-news.club website unwillingly - they're redirected by potentially unwanted apps (PUAs) or either intrusive advertisements displayed somewhere on the Internet. Research results show that intrusive ads typically infiltrate the system without permission and, aside from causing redirects, they also deliver intrusive advertisements and gather various information about user's web browsing habits.
Impect ransomware removal instructions
What is Impect?
Impect is a ransomware-type virus developed by cyber criminals who use it to encrypt user's files (make them unusable). Impect ransomware was discovered by Michael Gillespie. Once user's computer is infected, it encrypts all (or most of user's data) and adds the ".impect" extension to every affected file. For instance, if the file before encryption was named "sample.jpg", then Impect virus will rename it to "sample.jpg.impect". Moreover, this virus places a "how to get back you files.txt" text file in every folder that contains encrypted files and displays a pop-up window with a ransom demanding message.
NOBAD ransomware removal instructions
What is NOBAD?
NOBAD is a high-risk ransomware that originates from another ransomware called Matrix. NOBAD was firstly discovered by MalwareHunterTeam. After successful infiltration, NOBAD encrypts most of stored data using AES-128 and RSA-2048 cryptographies, thereby making files completely unusable. In addition, NOBAD renames encrypted files using "[InkognitoMan@tutamail.com].[random_characters].NOBAD" filename pattern. For instance, "1.jpg" would be renamed to something like "[InkognitoMan@tutamail.com].71zeanZk-AjLiHT1d.NOBAD". Once data is compromised, NOBAD generates an rtf file ("NOBAD_README#.rtf") and drops it's copy in every existing folder.
"I am a spyware software developer Email Scam" removal guide
What is "I am a spyware software developer Email Scam"?
The "I am a spyware software developer Email Scam" email spam campaign is used to threaten people and to trick them into transferring Bitcoins. As a rule, scammers claim that they have some disgraceful/humiliating photo or video of a person and threaten to spread it if their demands are not met. There are many similar email scam campaigns and if you received this "I am a spyware software developer Email Scam" email (or similar), there is nothing to worry about. Such email scams should never be trusted or taken seriously.
"MS MALWARE ALERT" removal instructions
What is "MS MALWARE ALERT"?
"MS MALWARE ALERT" is a fake virus alert and like many other fake messages of this type, it is being displayed on untrustworthy, deceptive websites. Most people end up on these websites unintentionally, they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). There are many cases where users install such apps inadvertently. Once installed, these unwanted apps deliver intrusive advertisements and record various data related to browsing activity. "MS MALWARE ALERT" fake message is presented not only in a text format, but in an audio format as well.
Wcontentdelivery.info redirect removal instructions
What is wcontentdelivery.info?
wcontentdelivery.info is a rogue site identical to wekomix.com, pushthenme.info, ukcontentdelivery.info, and many others. It is designed to cause redirects to a variety of other questionable websites. Research results show that users visit wcontentdelivery.info inadvertently, because they get redirected by potentially unwanted applications or intrusive advertisements displayed on other rogue sites. Vast majority of unwanted applications infiltrate the system without permission. Aside from causing redirects, unwanted apps also deliver advertisements and record various information relating to user's web browsing activity.
AUDIT ransomware removal instructions
What is AUDIT?
AUDIT is a high-risk virus that belongs to the CrySiS ransomware family, it was discovered by Jakub Kroustek. Once a system is infected by it, this virus encrypts user's files and adds an ".AUDIT" extension (that contains ID and email address) to every encrypted file. For example, if the file was named "1.jpg", then AUDIT renames it to "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[firstname.lastname@example.org].AUDIT" etc. It also creates a ransom demanding "FILES ENCRYPTED.txt" text file and displays a pop-up window.
cccmn ransomware removal instructions
What is cccmn?
cccmn is a ransomware-type virus that belongs to CrySiS malware family. Following successful infiltration, cccmn encrypts most of stored data. It also appends filenames with ".cccmn" extension, as well as victim's ID and developers' email address. For instance, "sample.jpg" would be renamed to something like "sample.jpg.id-1E857D00.[email@example.com].cccmn". Once encrypted, data instantly becomes unusable. However, note that encryption is not the only cccmn's feature - it is also designed to display a pop-up window and place a text file ("FILES ENCRYPTED.txt") on victim's desktop.
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