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Yatron ransomware removal instructions
What is Yatron?
Yatron is a ransomware-type virus that is promoted as Ransomware as a Service (RaaS). After successful infiltration, Yatron encrypts most of stored data and appends filenames with ".Yatron" extension (e.g., "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.Yatron"). This malware is also known to delete shadow volume copies of encrypted data. Once encryption is over, Yatron generates a text file ("Read@My.txt", placed in every existing folder) and opens a pop-u window that contains a ransom-demanding message. It is also worth mentioning that Yatron is implemented with several features that allows to spread itself even further.
SecureDossier removal instructions
What is SecureDossier?
SecureDossier is a program that is presented as a tool that allows its users to optimize their computers: to clean drives, speed up systems and protect them while browsing the web. It might be true, however, it is very likely that most people who have this program installed, installed it unintentionally. SecureDossier is categorized as a potentially unwanted application (PUA), its developers promote it using a "bundling" method (it often gets installed together with other software).
Search.hprimesports.co redirect removal instructions
What is search.hprimesports.co?
search.hprimesports.co is another fake web search engine that supposedly enhances web browsing experience by providing quick access to various popular websites, as well as generating improved search results. The appearance suggests that search.hprimesports.co is actually legitimate and handy. Nevertheless, users should know that developers promote search.hprimesports.co by using a browser-hijacking application called Prime Sports, which often infiltrates computers without asking for a permission. What's more, both search.hprimesports.co and Prime Sports continually track user's web browsing activity by recording various data.
How to remove "Mac OS X is infected (4) by viruses" from Mac?
What is "Mac OS X is infected (4) by viruses"?
"Mac OS X is infected (4) by viruses" is a typical virus alert, pop-up windows of this type appear only on various untrustworthy, deceptive websites. Typically, people visit websites of this type unintentionally, they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). These apps not only cause unwanted redirects, but often deliver various advertisements and collect browsing-related information.
"Confirm Bank Account Email Virus" removal guide
What is "Confirm Bank Account Email Virus"?
"Confirm Bank Account Email Virus" is a typical scam that is distributed through a spam campaign - by sending this email to a lot of people. The main purpose of this email is to trick people into opening the attachment. When opened, it infects computers with Hawkeye, a high-risk computer infection that is designed to steal various information. We strongly recommend not to trust this email ant to leave its attachment unopened.
"Facebook Autoliker 2019" removal guide
What is "Facebook Autoliker 2019"?
"FaceBook Autoliker 2019" is a deceptive, untrustworthy application that is promoted on various questionable, dubious websites that cannot be trusted. Simply said, it is presented as some useful tool, however, people who use it usually become victims of a scam. "FaceBook Autoliker 2019" is an app designed to gather (steal) various personal details. Apps of this type should never be trusted.
How to remove search.convertallfiles.com browser hijacker from Mac?
What is search.convertallfiles.com?
Developers present search.convertallfiles.com as a legitimate web search engine that supposedly enhances web browsing experience by generating the most accurate search results. On initial inspection search.convertallfiles.com actually seems appropriate and handy. However, users should know that this site is promoted using a browser-hijacking application called Convert All Files, which stealthily infiltrates computers without asking for a permission. This site is also proliferated using various download/installation setups. Moreover, search.convertallfiles.com continually monitors user's web browsing activity by recording various information.
Search.watchtvnow.co redirect removal instructions
What is search.watchtvnow.co?
Search.watchtvnow.co is a fake search engine, its developers present it as useful, they offer enhanced browsing experience (faster searches, accurate search results and so on). It actually looks like a proper, legitimate search engine. However, developers promote search.watchtvnow.co through a potentially unwanted application (PUA), a browser hijacker called "Watch TV Now". Typically, browser hijackers adjust browser's settings. Additionally, this browser hijacker (and its fake search engine) is designed to collect information/details related to its user's browsing habits.
How to remove "Finder.app" wants access to control "Safari.app" from Mac?
What is "Finder.app" wants access to control "Safari.app"?
"Finder.app" wants access to control "Safari.app" is a pop-up window that is designed to look like a legitimate notification from MacOS operating system. However, it should not be trusted - it is opened by installed adware-type applications (apps that serve users with various ads). There are many fake pop-up windows like this one, some examples are ""Install" would like to control this computer", "Bash wants to control System Events" and "Osascript wants to control Safari".
Search.searchipfd.com redirect removal instructions
What is search.searchipfd.com?
Search.searchipdf.com is one of the many fake search engines, it is virtually identical to search.hfastmapsanddirections.com, search.hyourfreeonlineformsnow.com, search.hnewsscoop.co and hundreds of others. Its developers present it as legitimate and useful, besides, it actually looks quite similarly to other well known search engines (like Yahoo or Google). Unfortunately, its developers promote it through rogue downloaders/installers that install potentially unwanted apps (PUAs) and modify browser's settings. Additionally, people who use search.searchipdf.com unintentionally allow it to gather browsing-related information.
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