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Spectre Ransomware

Spectre ransomware removal instructions

What is Spectre?

Spectre is a ransomware-type virus discovered by malware security researcher, MalwareHunterTeam. Once infiltrated, Spectre encrypts files using AES-256 cryptography and renames them using the "[24_random_characters].spectre" pattern. For instance, "1.jpg" might be renamed to a filename such as "mjYd+aHaQB9v5cpTI6sTDg==.spectre" or similar. Following successful encryption, Spectre creates a text file ("HowToDecryptIMPORTANT!.txt") containing a ransom-demand message and places it on the desktop.

   
Prime Updater Adware

Prime Updater removal instructions

What is Prime Updater?

Prime Updater is a deceptive application that supposedly allows users to update installed software. Judging on appearance alone, Prime Updater may appear legitimate and useful, however, this application often infiltrates systems without consent. Furthermore, it proliferates rogue applications, delivers intrusive advertisements, and continually records various user-system information. For these reasons, Prime Updater is categorized as adware and a potentially unwanted program (PUP).

   
Search.baisvik.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to search.baisvik.com?

What is search.baisvik.com?

Developers present search.baisvik.com as an Internet search engine that supposedly generates improved results and, therefore, enhances the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, search.baisvik.com barely differs from Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that it is also legitimate. In fact, criminals promote this website by employing rogue browser-hijacking download/installation set-ups. In addition, search.baisvik.com continually records various information relating to users' Internet browsing activity.

   
1.admetic.com Redirect

1.admetic.com redirect removal instructions

What is 1.admetic.com?

1.admetic.com is identical to xoclkrvstrafms.com, marketgid.com, and a number of other deceptive websites. Users often visit 1.admetic.com inadvertently - they are redirected by various rogue applications that infiltrate systems without consent (the "bundling" method). As well as causing redirects, these apps deliver intrusive online advertisements and continually gather various user-system information. Therefore, they are classed as potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and adware.

   
Surf-live.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to surf-live.com?

What is surf-live.com?

Developers present surf-live.com as an Internet search engine that significantly enhances the browsing experience by generating improved results. Judging on appearance alone, surf-live.com may seem similar to other legitimate search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, and so on. Be aware, however, that this website records various user-system information relating to browsing activity. Furthermore, it is promoted using download/installation set-ups that modify web browser options without permission.

   
Xoclkrvstrafms.com Redirect

Xoclkrvstrafms.com redirect removal instructions

What is xoclkrvstrafms.com?

xoclkrvstrafms.com is a deceptive website identical to bigpicturepop.com, onclickmax.com, and many others. This rogue site redirects users to various malicious websites. Furthermore, users often visit xoclkrvstrafms.com inadvertently - they are redirected by various potentially unwanted adware-type applications (PUPs). These apps infiltrate systems without consent, continually cause unwanted redirects, deliver intrusive online advertisements, and record various user-system information.

   
Executioner (Cellat) Ransomware

Executioner (Cellat) ransomware removal instructions

What is Executioner (Cellat)?

Executioner (Cellat) is a ransomware-type virus discovered by malware security researchers, MalwareHunterTeam. Once infiltrated, Executioner (Cellat) ransomware encrypts various data and appends six random characters to a name of each encrypted file. For example, "sample.jpg" might be renamed to "sample.jpg.h80skl" or similar. Executioner (Cellat) then changes the desktop wallpaper and creates an HTML file ("Sifre_Coz_Talimat.html"), placing it in each folder containing encrypted files.

   
Yeadesktopbr.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to yeadesktopbr.com?

What is yeadesktopbr.com?

Identical to yeadesktop.com, yeadesktopbr.com is a fake Internet search engine that supposedly enhances the browsing experience by generating improved results and by providing quick access to popular websites. On initial inspection, yeadesktopbr.com may appear legitimate and useful, however, developers promote this site by employing rogue download/installation set-ups that hijack browsers and stealthily modify various options. In addition, it records various information relating to users' Internet browsing activity. Note also that yeadesktopbr.com is related to Yeaplayer adware.

   
Marketgid.com Redirect

Marketgid.com redirect removal instructions

What is marketgid.com?

Similar to onclickmax.com and bigpicturepop.com, marketgid.com is a rogue website that redirects users to various suspicious websites. Users often visit marketgid.com inadvertently - they are redirected by deceptive applications that infiltrate systems without permission (the "bundling" method). Furthermore, these apps deliver intrusive online advertisements and record user-system data and are, thus, categorized as potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and adware.

   
TheDarkEncryptor Ransomware

TheDarkEncryptor ransomware removal instructions

What is TheDarkEncryptor?

Discovered by malware security researchers, MalwareHunterTeam, TheDarkEncryptor is a ransomware-type virus that stealthily infiltrates systems and encrypts various data. During encryption, TheDarkEncryptor appends the ".tdelf" extension to the name of each encrypted file. For instance, "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.tdelf". Following successful encryption, this virus changes the desktop wallpaper and opens a pop-up window. Both contain a ransom-demand message.

   

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