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Dqb ransomware removal instructions
What is Dqb?
Dqb is yet another ransomware discovered by Jakub Kroustek. Dqb is a rather advanced infection which belongs to Dharma malware family. After successful infiltration, Dqb encrypts most of stored data using RSA-1024 cryptography and renames each file by appending victim's unique ID, developers' email address, and ".dqb" extension. For instance, a file named "1.jpg" would be renamed to something like "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[firstname.lastname@example.org].dqb". After successful encryption, Dqb generates a text file ("RETURN FILES.txt", placed on victim's desktop) and opens a pop-up window.
"FedEx Express Email Virus" removal guide
What is "FedEx Express Email Virus"?
"FedEx Express Email Virus" is yet another email spam campaign disguised as a shipment arrival notification from FedEx company. The main purpose of this campaign is to create the impression of legitimacy and trick recipients into opening a malicious attachment (typically, an archive file). Once opened/executed, the attachment injects LokiBot trojan into the system. LokiBot is a high-risk malware designed to gather various data and to save it in a remote server.
Edchargina[.]pro redirect removal instructions
What is edchargina[.]pro?
edchargina[.]pro is a rogue website that is virtually identical to nanoadexchange.com, chainthorn.com, chanelets-aurning.com, and many others. It is designed to display various unreliable content and to redirect users to other questionable websites. Research results show that vast majority of users visit edchargina[.]pro unwillingly, because they're redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or either intrusive advertisements delivered by various rogue sites. Potentially unwanted applications are notorious for infiltrating computers without user's consent. In addition to redirects, PUAs also record various information and deliver intrusive advertisements.
Php ransomware removal instructions
What is Php ransomware?
Discovered by Jakub Kroustek, Php is a ransomware-type infection from Dharma malware family. After successful infiltration, Php encrypts most of stored files, thereby making them unusable. While encrypting, Php appends filenames with victim's unique ID, developers' email address, and ".php" extension (e.g., "sample.jpg" would be renamed to something like "sample.jpg.id-1E857D00.[email@example.com].php"). Once the encryption is over, Php generates a text file ("RETURN FILES.txt") and drops it on victim's desktop. In addition, Php opens a pop-up window.
Save ransomware removal instructions
What is Save ransomware?
Save is yet another high-risk ransomware from Dharma family. Following successful infiltration, Save encrypts most of stored files and appends filenames with victim's unique ID, as well as developers' email address and ".save" extension (e.g., "sample.jpg" would be renamed to something like "sample.jpg.id-1E857D00.[firstname.lastname@example.org].save". Additionally, Save opens a pop-up window and drops "RETURN FILES.txt" text file on victim's desktop. This ransomware was firstly discovered by malware security researcher who goes by the name of safety.
How to remove NameSync from Mac?
What is NameSync?
Identical to GeneralNetSearch, Resourcetools, GlobalTechSearch, and few others, NameSync is an adware-type application that claims to enhance web browsing experience. Initially, NameSync might actually seem appropriate. Nevertheless, it is worth mentioning that NameSync typically infiltrates the system without permission. Aside from that, NameSync delivers intrusive advertisements and causes unwanted browser redirects.
GoBotKR virus removal guide
What is GoBotKR?
GoBotKR is a high-risk trojan-type infection that entered the scene in May, 2018. It is basically an updated version of another trojan called GoBot2, which is written in Go programming language. GoBotKR is designed to open a backdoor for cyber criminals to access and remotely control the infected machine. Research results show that this malware is distributed using torrent websites. What's interesting, however, is that it targets mainly South Korean users. Presence of such infection can lead to a variety of issues and eliminating it is a must.
Lokas ransomware removal instructions
What is Lokas?
Lokas is yet another ransomware from Djvu family. It was firstly discovered by malware researcher Michael Gillespie. This malware is designed to lock (encrypt) victim's data and to make ransom demands. While encrypting, Lokas appends each filename with ".lokas" extension. For instance, a file named "sample.jpg" would be renamed to "sample.jpg.lokas" and so forth. Aside from encrypting, Lokas creates a text file ("_readme.txt") and drops a copy in every existing folder.
Nitroflare[.]com redirect removal instructions
What is nitroflare[.]com?
nitroflare[.]com is a rogue website that supposedly provides free file hosting services. Judging on the appearance alone, nitroflare[.]com may seem appropriate and handy. Nevertheless, developers monetize this site by using rogue advertising networks which promote unreliable (potentially malicious) websites. Moreover, this site is full of software cracks that are available for download and, as we already know, most of cracking tools are fake and cyber criminals use them to spread high-risk malware infections.
Approvedresults.com redirect removal instructions
What is approvedresults.com?
approvedresults.com is a rogue website presented as high-end web search engine that significantly enhances web browsing experience by generating improved search results. Judging on the appearance alone, approvedresults.com actually seems appropriate and handy. However, it is worth mentioning that this website is promoted using various browser-hijacking extensions and download/installation setups. Moreover, fake web search engines like approvedresults.com usually gather various information relating to user's web browsing activity.
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