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How to remove go-search.me browser hijacker from Mac?
What is go-search.me?
According to the developers, go-search.me is a legitimate web search engine that significantly enhances the browsing experience by generating improved results. It is very similar to g-search.pro and judging on appearance alone, go-search.me barely differs from Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other legitimate search engine. Therefore, many users believe that go-search.me is also legitimate and useful. In fact, developers promote this site using rogue download/installation tools designed to modify web browser options without permission. Furthermore, go-search.me continually gathers various data relating to web browsing activity.
Amazon Gift Card removal instructions
What is Amazon Gift Card?
"Amazon Gift Card" is a generic name for scam messages displayed by malicious websites. In most cases, users visit these sites inadvertently - they are redirected by intrusive advertisements (displayed by other dubious sites) or potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). Research shows that PUPs often infiltrate systems without permission and, as well as causing redirects, deliver intrusive advertisements, gather private information, and run unwanted processes in the background.
You Have Won A Google Gift removal instructions
What is You Have Won A Google Gift?
"You Have Won A Google Gift" is a scam message displayed by malicious websites. Research shows that users typically visit these sites inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) or intrusive advertisements (e.g., pop-ups) displayed by other dubious sites. Note that potentially unwanted programs are likely to infiltrate systems without permission. As well as causing redirects, PUPs are also known to deliver intrusive advertisements, record sensitive information, and misuse system resources to run unwanted background processes.
How to remove search.searchsmart.bid browser hijacker from Mac?
What is search.searchsmart.bid?
search.searchsmart.bid is another fake search engine that, according to the developers, enhances the web browsing experience by generating improved results. Judging on appearance alone, search.searchsmart.bid may seem similar to Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that this site is also legitimate and useful, however, developers promote search.searchsmart.bid using browser-hijacking download/installation tools that modify browser options without permission. Furthermore, this website continually records various information relating to users' Internet browsing activity.
.gif ransomware removal instructions
What is .gif?
First discovered by malware security researcher, Brad, .gif is a new ransomware virus belonging to GlobeImposter's malware "family". Criminals spread this malware using spam emails (false job applications with malicious attachments). Immediately after infiltration, .gif encrypts most stored files, appending filenames with the ".gif" extension (e.g., "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.gif"). Once files are encrypted, using them becomes impossible. After successfully encrypting data, .gif places the "Read_ME.txt" text file in every existing folder. This file contains a ransom-demand message.
GANDCRAB2 ransomware removal instructions
What is GANDCRAB2?
GANDCRAB2 is an updated version of the high-risk ransomware-type virus called GANDCRAB. GANDCRAB2 was first discovered by MalwareHunterTeam. Once infiltrated, this malware encrypts most stored files and adds the ".CRAB" extension to the name of each compromised file. From this point, files become unusable. After successfully encrypting files, GANDCRAB2 creates a text file ("CRAB-DECRYPT.txt") and places a copy in each existing folder.
Do Not Ignore This Windows Alert removal instructions
What is Do Not Ignore This Windows Alert?
"Do Not Ignore This Windows Alert" is a fake pop-up error displayed by a malicious website. Users often visit this website inadvertently - they are redirected by rogue adware-type applications that infiltrate usually infiltrate systems without consent (bundling method). As well as causing unwanted redirects, these potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) collect various data types and deliver intrusive online advertisements.
BlackRuby ransomware removal instructions
What is BlackRuby?
BlackRuby is a ransomware-type virus first discovered by MalwareHunterTeam. Immediately after infiltration, BlackRuby encrypts most stored files and renames them using the "ENCRYPTED_[random_characters_and_digits].BlackRuby" pattern. For instance, "1.jpg" might be renamed to a filename such as "Encrypted_zIX2dFXFt9qNfifBu1mqkNVYTX79ZS48TWWU5BRm3Q.BlackRuby". Henceforth, files become unusable and indistinguishable. Following successful encryption, BlackRuby creates a text file ("how-to-decrypt-files.txt"), placing a copy in every existing folder.
Jigsaw ransomware removal instructions
What is Jigsaw ransomware?
.Fun is ransomware that uses the AES algorithm to encrypt various files stored on computers. Targeted files include .jpg, .docx, .mp3, .mp4, and many others. Depending on the ransomware version, one of the following file extensions is added: .email-[firstname.lastname@example.org].koreaGame, .jes, .Bitconnect, .email@example.com, .paymrss, .justice, .LOCKED_BY_pablukl0cker, .CryptWalker, .FUCKMEDADDY, .##ENCRYPTED_BY_pablukl0cker##, .####CONTACT_US_pablukl0cker638yzhgr@2tor.com####, .game, .#, .pablukCRYPT, .pabluk300CrYpT!, .pabluklocker, .afc, .korea, .kill, .rat, .Crypto, .paymts, .sux, .ghost, .R3K7M9, .tax, .lost, .beep, .ice, .die, .PAY, .Contact_TarineOZA@Gmail.com, .getrekt, .lckd, .crypte, .I'WANT MONEY, .nemo-hacks.at.sigaint.org, .jey, .gefickt, .firstname.lastname@example.org, .paytounlock, .hush, .locked, .payrmts, .afd, .paybtcs, .fun, .kkk, .gws, or .btc. After encryption, this ransomware displays a window with a message listing the encrypted files and stating that victims can only restore them by paying a ransom. In addition, every sixty minutes, .Fun deletes a certain number of files, thus, putting victims under pressure to pay, since delays result in permanent deletion of more files.
Trafficsel.com redirect removal instructions
What is trafficsel.com?
trafficsel.com is a rogue site identical to redirecting.zone, nametraff.com, goldoffer.online, and many others. This site promotes other dubious websites - it simply redirects users without their consent. Research shows that, in most cases, users visit trafficsel.com inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that infiltrate systems without permission. As well as causing unwanted redirects, PUPs deliver intrusive advertisements, gather sensitive data, and sometimes misuse system resources to run unwanted processes.
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