Virus and Spyware Removal Guides, uninstall instructions

Onclickmax.com Redirect

Onclickmax.com redirect removal instructions

What is onclickmax.com?

Similar to bigpicturepop.com, onclickmax.com is a rogue website to which users are redirected by various rogue applications. These applications usually infiltrate systems without consent. Furthermore, they continually deliver intrusive advertisements and record various user-system information. Applications such as this are categorized as potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and adware.

   
XLocker Ransomware

XLocker ransomware removal instructions

What is XLocker?

Discovered by malware security researcher, xXToffeeXx, XLocker is a ransomware-type virus based on DMA Locker ransomware. Once infiltrated, XLocker encrypts various information, but unlike other regular ransomware, does not rename encrypted files, leaving them unaffected. Following successful encryption, XLocker opens a pop-up window displaying a ransom-demand message.

   
Search.hideyoursearch.com Redirect (Mac)

How to remove search.hideyoursearch.com browser hijacker from Mac?

What is search.hideyoursearch.com?

Identical to yoursafesearch.com, saferqueries.com, my-search-start.com, chumsearch.com and many others, search.hideyoursearch.com is a fake Internet search engine that supposedly enhances the browsing experience by generating improved results. Judging on appearance alone, search.hideyoursearch.com barely differs from Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that search.hideyoursearch.com is also legitimate and useful. In fact, this website records various data relating to browsing activity. In addition, developers promote it by employing rogue download/installation set-ups that hijack web browsers and modify various settings without direct user-permission.

   
RDN_YahLover.worm Infection Scam

RDN_YahLover.worm Infection removal instructions

What is RDN_YahLover.worm Infection?

"RDN_YahLover.worm Infection" is an updated variant of a fake pop-up error called YahLover.worm (that previously targeted Mac users only). This pop-up is displayed by a malicious website, which users often visit inadvertently - they are redirected by various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). These rogue applications infiltrate systems without consent (the "bundling" method). As well as causing redirects, PUPs deliver intrusive online advertisements and continually record various user-system information.

   
The ArialText Font Was Not Found Scam

The ArialText Font Was Not Found removal instructions

What is The ArialText Font Was Not Found?

Discovered by malware security researcher, Malware Breakdown, "The ArialText Font Was Not Found" is a fake error message displayed by a malicious website. Users are redirected to this website by intrusive advertisements or potentially unwanted programs (PUPs), which infiltrate systems without consent (the "bundling" method). "The ArialText Font Was Not Found" is very similar to a previously-discovered fake pop-up: The HoeflerText Font Wasn't Found.

   
Bigpicturepop.com Redirect

Bigpicturepop.com redirect removal instructions

What is bigpicturepop.com?

bigpicturepop.com is a deceptive website that users often visit inadvertently - they are redirected by various rogue applications. Research shows that these apps infiltrate systems without consent. Furthermore, they deliver intrusive ads and continually record various user-system information. Therefore, these applications are categorized as potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and adware.

   
Unknown Security Breach Scam

Internet Service Provider - Unknown Security Breach removal instructions

What is Internet Service Provider - Unknown Security Breach?

"Internet Service Provider - Unknown Security Breach" is a fake pop-up error message displayed by a malicious website. Users often visit this website inadvertently - they are redirected by various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that infiltrate systems without consent (the "bundling" method). As well as causing redirects, PUPs deliver intrusive online advertisements and continually track users' Internet browsing activity.

   
Searchiincognito.com Redirect

Searchiincognito.com redirect removal instructions

What is searchiincognito.com?

searchiincognito.com is presented as an Internet search engine that generates improved results and, therefore, significantly enhances the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, searchiincognito.com barely differs from legitimate search engines such as Google, Bing, Yahoo, and so on. Therefore, many users believe that searchiincognito.com is also legitimate and useful. In fact, criminals proliferate searchiincognito.com by employing rogue download/installation set-ups designed to modify browser settings without consent. In addition, this site continually tracks Internet browsing activity by gathering various user-system information.

   
My99tab.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to my99tab.com?

What is my99tab.com?

Developers present my99tab.com as an Internet search engine that significantly enhances the browsing experience by generating improved results. Judging on appearance alone, my99tab.com may appear legitimate and useful, however, this website is promoted via rogue download/installation set-ups designed to hijack browser settings and modify various options. Furthermore, it continually records information relating to browsing activity.

   
Xorist Ransomware [Updated]

Xorist ransomware removal instructions

What is Xorist?

Xorist (EnCiPhErEd) is a family of ransomware-type malware. After stealth system infiltration, ransomware from this family encrypts various files stored on the computer and adds one of the following extensions to each encrypted file: .fast_decrypt_and_protect@tutanota.com, .xdata, .SaMsUnG, .zixer2, .antihacker2017, .error.errorfiles, .@EnCrYpTeD2016@, .pa2384259, .encoderpass, .fileiscryptedhard, .6FKR8d, .EnCiPhErEd, .73i87A, .p5tkjw, .PoAr2w, or .ava. After encrypting the files, this ransomware creates a 'How to Decrypt Files.txt text file on the victim's desktop. The file contains a message stating that the files can only be restored by paying a ransom. The victim is then encouraged to contact cyber criminals by SMS and using a phone number provided. It is stated that victims have a limited number of attempts to send an SMS with the specified text. This number diminishes each time the victim sends an SMS with text that does not conform to a pattern provided within the 'How to Decrypt Files.txt' file.

   

Page 7 of 420

<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>