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Manamecrypt Ransomware

Manamecrypt ransomware removal instructions

What is Manamecrypt?

Manamecrypt is ransomware that supposedly encrypts various file types (for example, .jpeg, .psd, .mp4, etc.) stored on victims' computers. Once the compromised files are encrypted, a ransom is demanded to restore them. If the ransom is not paid within the given time frame, the files are supposedly deleted.

Chromatic Adware

Chromatic removal instructions

What is Chromatic?

The Chromatic application claims to provide users with a safer Internet browsing environment. The developers distribute this application using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling', which allows them to install Chromium without users' consent. Bundling is stealth installation of additional applications together with regular software, and therefore, users often inadvertently install this app together with free software downloaded from freeware download websites. After system infiltration, Chromatic assigns itself as the default Internet browser. Furthermore, this application displays third party advertisements that may redirect to untrusted websites, thereby causing adware or malware infections.

DNS Unlocker Adware

DNS Unlocker removal instructions

What is DNS Unlocker?

The DNS Unlocker application supposedly allows users to access blocked websites, however, it is categorized as adware and a potentially unwanted program (PUP). The developers employ a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' to distribute DNS Unlocker, and therefore, this type of app is often bundled with free software downloadable on freeware download websites. Many users do not pay close enough attention when downloading and installing programs - cyber criminals use this oversight to their benefit and to generate revenue. DNS Unlocker infiltrates popular Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) and generates intrusive online advertisements. Adware-type applications (including DNS Unlocker) deliver adverts using a virtual layer, which displays third party content on any websites visited. Furthermore, some advertisements are opened in new Internet browser tabs/windows. Ads displayed by DNS Unlocker (banner, pop-up, targeted video, coupon, offers to install other software, etc.) can cause high-risk computer infections, and therefore, you should never click unrecognised/suspicious advertisements.

DustApps Ads

DustApps removal instructions

What is DustApps?

DustApps is a deceptive application claiming to improve users' Internet search experience by delivering the most relevant results - "DustApp software adds helpful content and tools to enrich the results of your internet searches." This feature might trick some users into believing that DustApps is a legitimate and useful app, however, be aware that this application generates intrusive online advertisements and tracks Internet browsing activity. Thus, it is categorized as a potentially unwanted adware-type program (PUP) that infiltrates systems without users’ permission.

Cerber Ransomware

Cerber ransomware removal instructions

What is Cerber?

Cerber is a ransomware-type malware that infiltrates the system and encrypts various file types including .jpg, .doc, .raw, .avi, etc. Cerber adds a .cerber extension to each encrypted file. Following successful infiltration, Cerber demands a ransom payment to decrypt these files. It is stated that payment of the ransom must fall within the given time frame (seven days), otherwise the ransom amount will double.

Ads by Newer Version

Newer Version removal instructions

What is Newer Version?

Developed by SuperWeb LLC, Newer Version is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) claiming to improve the Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and other similar features. On initial inspection, some users may find this browser add-on legitimate and useful, however, Newer Version is classed as adware since it employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of additional programs together with the chosen software) to install on Internet browsers without users' consent. After infiltration on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, Newer Version generates various intrusive online advertisements including search, interstitial, transitional, pop-up, banner, and full-page ads. Clicking advertisements generated by Newer Version exposes your computer to risk of infection, since these ads often redirect to bogus websites containing infectious content.

7ev3n Ransomware

7ev3n ransomware removal instructions

What is 7ev3n

7ev3n ransomware stealthily infiltrates systems via malicious e-mail attachments, P2P networks, and fake software updates. After system infiltration, 7ev3n encrypts files stored on computers and adds the .r5a extension to compromised files. Once files are successfully encrypted, a pop-up message is displayed providing information regarding the encryption. Payment of a ransom is demanded in exchange for a private key, which is used to decrypt the files. If the ransom is not paid within the given time frame, the private key will be destroyed and all files will remain encrypted forever.

WizzWifi Hotspot Adware

WizzWifi Hotspot removal instructions

What is WizzWifi Hotspot?

Created by developers of WizzScreen, WizzWifi Hotspot is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that supposedly allows users to create a WiFi hotspot - "Wifi Hotspot - Share your connection with your friend on one click and transform your computer on a wifi hotspot." On initial inspection, this application may seem legitimate and useful, however, claims to provide 'valuable functions' are merely attempts to trick users to install. In fact, WizzWifi Hotspot is classed as adware. One of the main reasons for these negative associations is stealth installation without users' consent. Following successful infiltration, WizzWifi Hotspot collects various information and continually generates intrusive online advertisements. Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to

What is

Identical to,,, and a number of other dubious websites, is a fake Internet search engine that claims to improve the web browsing experience by generating the most relevant search results. These claims are simply attempts to give the impression of legitimate software. Be aware that developers promote using rogue installation set-ups designed to hijack Internet browsers and modify their settings. In addition, continually monitors users' web browsing activity by gathering various user/system information. Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to

What is is another fake Internet search engine that, on initial inspection, may seem legitimate. In fact, developers promote this website using dubious software 'installers' that hijack web browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) and stealthily modify their settings. Another downside of this website is information tracking - continually gathers various information relating to Internet browsing activity.


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