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Ahihi ransomware removal instructions
What is Ahihi?
Discovered by MalwareHunterTeam, Ahihi is a ransomware-type computer infection that infiltrates computers and encrypts all data stored, thus making it impossible for users to access their files. Most ransomware infections add a specific extension to each encrypted file, however, Ahihi does not take this action. This virus creates a ransom demand message within a "README.txt" text file and runs a process in Task Manager called "BangLuongThang02".
Cpi-offers.com redirect removal instructions
What is cpi-offers.com?
cpi-offers.com is another rogue website virtually identical to many others of this type including bluegrated.com, ser1es.com, and sandsitedrhec.club. The main purpose of this website is to redirect visitors to dubious/untrustworthy sites and display dubious content. Visitors often arrive at cpi-offers.com inadvertently - they are redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Most users install these apps accidentally. PUAs force users to visit rogue websites such as cpi-offers.com and feed them with various advertisements and record browsing-related information.
"Windows is not activated" removal instructions
What is "Windows is not activated"?
The "Windows is not activated" scam is used to trick people into believing that the Windows Operating System is not activated. Scammers promote the scam using a deceptive website that looks similar to a system information window. Most users are forced to visit these websites due to potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) installed on their systems. Unwanted apps cause redirects to untrustworthy websites, feed users with ads, and collect various browsing-related data.
Ser1es.com redirect removal instructions
What is ser1es.com?
Virtually identical to relstemportsin.club, fireaction.fun, click-on-this.today, and many others, ser1es.com is a rogue website designed to redirect visitors to other untrustworthy, deceptive sites. Few users arrive at ser1es.com willingly. In most cases, they are redirected to it by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) installed inadvertently. PUAs also generate intrusive ads and record browsing-related data.
Sandsitedrhec.club redirect removal instructions
What is sandsitedrhec.club?
sandsitedrhec.club is virtually identical to many other rogue websites of this type such as relstemportsin.club, fireaction.fun, and click-on-this.today. When visiting this website, users are redirected to other, untrustworthy (potentially, malicious) sites. Furthermore, they are often forced to visit sandsitedrhec.club by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that are installed on their systems. Most users are tricked into installing these apps unwillingly. Once installed, PUAs feed them with various intrusive ads and record browsing-related information.
Bluegrated.com redirect removal instructions
What is bluegrated.com?
bluegrated.com is another rogue website that shares similarities with replyalert.net, click.newsfeed.support, replyalert.net, and many others. bluegrated.com redirects visitors to other dubious sites and displays dubious content. Users generally visit this site inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or intrusive ads displayed on other rogue sites. Many PUAs infiltrate computers without direct user permission. In addition, they cause redirects, generate intrusive advertisements, and record information relating to browsing habits.
Pshntf.com redirect removal instructions
What is pshntf.com?
pshntf.com is a rogue website virtually identical to relstemportsin.club, click-on-this.today, fireaction.fun, and many others. It redirects users to various other websites and displays dubious content. Research shows that many users visit pshntf.com inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or intrusive advertisements delivered by other rogue sites. Most PUAs infiltrate systems without users’ permission. As well as causing redirects, they deploy intrusive advertisements and record personal information.
"I Hacked Your Device" removal guide
What is "I Hacked Your Device"?
"I Hacked Your Device" is a scam (a spam email campaign) that cyber criminals and scammers use to trick people into paying to prevent distribution of compromising material (videos) that they have supposedly obtained. They send this email to many people hoping that someone will fall for this scam. In fact, statements issued by the "I Hacked Your Device" spam campaign are false and should be disregarded.
"I Am Well Aware" removal guide
What is "I Am Well Aware"?
"I Am Well Aware" is a fraudulent email (a scam) used to extort money from people by threatening to proliferate compromising videos. By sending this email to many users, scammers attempt to trick recipients into believing that they have recorded compromising videos and will send them to all contacts unless ransoms are paid. There are many scam campaigns of this type, none of which should be trusted. All statements issued by the "I Am Well Aware" email are false.
INDRIK ransomware removal instructions
What is INDRIK?
Discovered by Michael Gillespie, INDRIK ransomware (malicious program) is a computer infection designed to encrypt (lock) data stored on computers and blackmail users by demanding ransom payments. The ransomware generates a ransom message within the "# HOW TO DECRYPT YOUR FILES #.html" file, placing it in each folder that contains encrypted files. INDRIK renames each encrypted file by adding the ".INDRIK" extension. For example, "1.jpg" becomes "1.jpg.INDRIK".
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