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press2continue[.]com redirect removal instructions

What is press2continue[.]com?

Similar to deloplen.com, checkpost.space, pro-news.net and many others, press2continue[.]com is a rogue website designed to redirect users to other questionable sites and deliver unreliable content. Research results show that users visit websites like press2continue[.]com inadvertently - they are redirected by intrusive advertisements (delivered by other rogue sites) or potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). It is also known that unwanted apps often infiltrate computers without a permission. In addition to causing redirects, unwanted apps also generate intrusive advertisements and record various information about user's web browsing habits.

   
Trojan.U83 POP-UP Scam (Mac)

How to remove "Trojan.U83" from Mac?

What is "Trojan.U83"?

"Trojan.U83" is the name of a malicious program which supposedly gets detected by a deceptive website. This is a typical scam designed to promote unwanted application called Mac Heal Pro. By using this deceptive website scammers try to trick people (its visitors) into thinking that their Mac computers are infected with the aforementioned Trojan.U83 and encourage them to download and install software that supposed to eliminate it. Typically, websites of this kind get opened by installed potentially unwanted apps (PUAs). These apps usually deliver ads and collect various information too.

   
Regeasyfixer Virus

Regeasyfixer virus removal guide

What is Regeasyfixer?

Regeasyfixer is a program that is promoted as a system optimization tool. It supposed to improve computer's performance by removing junk files, optimizing browsers, cleaning and fixing registry. However, when installed it operates as Trojan.Clicker, a malicious program that allows its users to commit click fraud.

   
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Feenotifyfriends[.]info redirect removal instructions

What is feenotifyfriends[.]info?

feenotifyfriends[.]info is yet another rogue website similar to pro-news.net, lalittandkedsi.info, gotwidores.info, and many others. This site is designed to display unreliable content and cause unwanted redirects. Vast majority of users visit feenotifyfriends[.]info inadvertently - they get redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or intrusive advertisements displayed in other unreliable sites. PUAs are notorious for infiltrating computers without asking for a permission. After successful infiltration, unwanted apps not only cause unwanted redirects but also deliver various advertisements and gather various data.

   
See Scenic Elf Adware

See Scenic Elf removal instructions

What is See Scenic Elf?

See Scenic Elf is a potentially unwanted application (PUA) which is categorized as adware (advertising supportive) software. People who have apps of this type installed are being served with a variety of intrusive advertisements. Quite often they gather various information about their user's too.

   
Better Mechanic Virus

Better Mechanic virus removal guide

What is Better Mechanic?

People who developed Better Mechanic promote it as optimization tool for Windows systems. According to their website, this program cleans and fixes registry, removes junk files and boosts memory and improves overall computer's performance. However, in reality this is a Trojan.Clicker malware which is disguised as legitimate and useful program. This malicious software is designed to perform an illegal action known as click fraud.

   
4k Ransomware

4k ransomware removal instructions

What is 4k?

4k is the name of a ransomware-type program which is designed to blackmail victims by encrypting their data and forcing them to pay a ransom. It was discovered by by Jakub Kroustek and it is a part of other ransomware's family which is called Dharma. 4k changes every file's name by adding the ".4k" extension to it. it also adds the victim's ID and email address of cyber criminals who developed it. For example, 4k renames "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[rocosmon@cock.li].4k" and so on. It generates two ransom notes: one in a pop-up window and another one in the "RETURN FILES.txt" file.

   
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Pro-news[.]net redirect removal instructions

What is pro-news[.]net?

pro-news[.]net is a rogue website designed to redirect users to unreliable websites and to deliver questionable content. It shares many similarities with other rogue sites, such as deloplen.com, pushmenews.com, orboreshitert.info, and many others. Research results show that users visit pro-news[.]net inadvertently - they get redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) and intrusive advertisements delivered by other rogue sites. Unwanted apps are known for infiltrating computers without user's consent. In addition to causing redirects, unwanted apps also gather various information, as well as deliver intrusive ads.

   
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Lalittandkedsi[.]info redirect removal instructions

What is lalittandkedsi[.]info?

Similar to gotwidores.infodeloplen.comcheckpost.space and many others, lalittandkedsi[.]info is a rogue website designed to cause unwanted redirects and to deliver various unreliable content. As a rule, users visit lalittandkedsi[.]info inadvertently - they get redirected by potentially unwanted applications or either intrusive advertisements delivered by other rogue sites. Research results show that potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) usually infiltrate computers without a permission and, aside from causing redirects, they generate intrusive advertisements and gather various sensitive data.

   
Dharma-Cry Ransomware

Dharma-Cry ransomware removal instructions

What is Dharma-Cry?

Dharma-Cry is one of the variants of Dharma ransomware. Like most programs of this type, it is distributed with a purpose to encrypt data and force its victims to buy a decryption tool. In other words, to pay Dharma-Cry's developers a ransom. Dharma-Cry adds the ".cry" extension to the name of every encrypted file, it also adds a unique victim's ID and email address. For example, it renames a file named "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[decryptoperator@qq.com].cry" and so on. Instructions on how to purchase a decryption tool are provided in the pop-up window. It also creates another ransom note, the "RETURN FILES.txt" file. The person who discovered this ransomware is Jakub Kroustek.

   

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