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Asasin ransomware removal instructions
What is Asasin?
Asasin is a new variant of a high-risk ransomware-type virus called Locky. Cyber criminals spread this ransomware using spam emails (malicious attachments). At the time of research, the malicious attachment was a .vbs file, which, once executed, starts the infection chain by downloading and running Asasin malware on the victim's computer. Following successful infiltration, Asasin encrypts stored data using RSA-2048 and AES-128 encryption algorithms. During encryption, Asasin renames encrypted files using a 36-letter and digit combination with a ".asasin" extension (previous variants of Locky used ".aesir", ".ykcol", ".diablo6", and a number of other extensions). Once the files are encrypted, Asasin creates three additional files ("asasin.bmp" [also set as the desktop background], "asasin-5eac.htm", and "asasin.htm"), placing them on the desktop.
Microsoft Warning Alert removal instructions
What is Microsoft Warning Alert?
"Microsoft Warning Alert" is a fake pop-up error message claiming that the computer is infected. This error is displayed by a malicious website that users visit inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that infiltrate the system during installation of regular apps ("bundling" method). As well as causing redirects, PUPs deliver intrusive advertisements and continually record various user/system information.
Eanswers.com redirect removal instructions
What is eanswers.com?
eanswers.com is a fake Internet search engine promoted by various browser-hijacking applications. These potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) usually infiltrate systems without consent. Following infiltration, browser hijackers modify various settings without permission. In addition, PUPs and eanswers.com continually record user-system information relating to Internet browsing activity.
Deloton.com redirect removal instructions
What is deloton.com?
deloton.com is a rogue website designed to redirect to various other suspicious sites. It is identical to thepopularlinks.com, contentplaces.com, restheet.com, and many others. Research shows that users are redirected to deloton.com by various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) without their consent (behavior common to PUPs). As well as causing redirects, PUPs generate 'malvertising' ads, misuse system resources, and record various user-system information.
How to remove search.mogobiggy.com browser hijacker from Mac?
What is search.mogobiggy.com?
search.mogobiggy.com is presented as a "top-notch" Internet search engine that significantly enhances the web browsing experience by generating improved results. Judging on appearance alone, search.mogobiggy.com barely differs from Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that search.mogobiggy.com is also legitimate. In fact, developers promote this site using rogue download/installation set-ups (browser hijackers) that modify browser settings without permission. In addition, search.mogobiggy.com continually records various information that might contain personal details.
Trackingclick.com redirect removal instructions
What is trackingclick.com?
trackingclick.com is a rogue website identical to rosetheet.com, thepopularlinks.com, contentplaces.com, and many others. This website redirects to a number of other suspicious sites. Users often visit trackingclick.com inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that infiltrate systems without consent. Research also shows that most PUPs deliver intrusive online advertisements, record user-system information, and stealthily run various background processes.
How to remove search.stormygreatz.com browser hijacker from Mac?
What is search.stormygreatz.com?
According to the developers, search.stormygreatz.com is a "high-quality" Internet search engine that significantly enhances the web browsing experience by generating improved results. On initial inspection, search.stormygreatz.com may seem similar to Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that search.stormygreatz.com is also legitimate. In fact, this website is promoted using browser-hijacking download/installation set-ups that modify browser options without consent. Furthermore, search.stormygreatz.com records various user-system data.
How to remove search.pollicare.com browser hijacker from Mac?
What is search.pollicare.com?
Developers present search.pollicare.com as a "high-quality" Internet search engine designed to generate improved search results and, therefore, enhance the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, search.pollicare.com barely differs from legitimate search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, and so on. Therefore, many users believe that search.pollicare.com is also legitimate and useful. In fact, developers promote this site using deceptive download/installation set-ups (browser hijackers) that hijack browser options without permission. Furthermore, search.pollicare.com stealthily records user-system information.
rosetheet.com redirect removal instructions
What is rosetheet.com?
Identical to contentplaces.com, adexchangegate.com, primosearch.com, and many others, rosetheet.com is a malicious website designed to redirect to other suspicious websites. The rosetheet.com website is promoted via various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) - users are redirected without their consent. Research shows that PUPs usually infiltrate systems without consent. In addition, they continually deliver 'malvertising' ads, stealthily run unwanted processes, and continually record user-system information.
Search.securysearch.com redirect removal instructions
What is search.securysearch.com?
search.securysearch.com is a fake Internet search engine that falsely claims to generate improved search results, thereby enhancing the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, search.securysearch.com may seem legitimate and useful, however, this website is promoted using a deceptive app called SecurySearch, which supposedly protects users from various online threats (such as visiting malicious websites, phishing, etc.) Research shows, however, that SecurySearch stealthily infiltrates systems, modifies browser options, and stealthily records private information. For these reasons, SecurySearch is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and a browser hijacker.
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