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"I'm a programmer who cracked your email Scam" removal guide
What is "I'm a programmer who cracked your email Scam"?
Like most spam campaigns, "I'm a programmer who cracked your email Scam" is used by cyber criminals who make threats and ransom demands. These messages generally state that they have stolen your personal data and recorded a compromising video or photograph of you. They make threats stating that if you do not wish this material to be sent to all of your contacts, you must pay a ransom. This is a typical scam and there is no need for concern.
Stop redirects to happy.luckyparkclub[.]com
What is happy.luckyparkclub[.]com?
Happy.luckyparkclub[.]com is a deceptive website that, if visited, offers its visitors to participate in various lotteries and win various prizes. In order to get a chance to win something it is required to fill in some survey first. Typically, people do not visit websites like happy.luckyparkclub[.]com intentionally. They get redirected to them through some clicked untrustworthy ads or potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) that are installed on their browsers and/or computers. As a rule, people download and install such apps unintentionally. When installed, PUAs feed their users with ads, cause redirects to shady pages like happy.luckyparkclub[.]com and gather various information. We strongly recommend not to fill in any surveys that are promoted through the happy.luckyparkclub[.]com or any other similar website, they might be used to extract various details that could be misused to generate revenue.
Better Converter Pro browser hijacker removal instructions
What is Better Converter Pro?
Better Converter Pro is a browser hijacker, endorsed as a free file conversion tool. It is supposedly capable of converting up to thirty file formats, as well as practically any file into a PDF. However, it makes changes to browsers in order to promote search.betterconverterprotab.com - a fake search engine. Better Converter Pro also spies on users' browsing habits and gathers their private data. It is classified as a PUA (Potentially Unwanted Application). Users should note that this browser hijacker is often distributed alongside another PUA called Hide My Searches.
Asus ransomware removal instructions
What is Asus?
Belonging to the CrySiS/Dharma malware family, Asus is a ransomware. It was discovered by Jakub Kroustek. This malicious program is designed to encrypt data and demand a ransom (i.e. payment for the decryption tools/software). During the encryption process all files are retitled a unique ID number (generated for each victim), developers' email address and the ".asus" extension. To elaborate, "1.jpg" would appear as something like "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[DataBack@qbmail.biz].asus". After this process is complete, Asus drops a text file - "FILES ENCRYPTED.txt" on the desktop and displays a pop-up window.
How to remove OutputData from Mac?
What is OutputData?
OutputData is one of the adware-type apps that supposed to help users to browse the web more efficiently. Unfortunately, most of these apps are useless and designed to serve various advertisements. Additionally, OutputData operates as an information tracking tool, it collects various details about its users. Since most people download and install apps of this type inadvertently (unintentionally), they are categorized as potentially unwanted applications (PUAs).
Mediasvideo[.]live redirect removal instructions
What is mediasvideo[.]live?
Mediasvideo[.]live, similar to notification-list.com, system-sms.com, facebook-info.com and countless others, is a rogue website. It is designed to present visitors with unreliable content and generate redirects to other untrustworthy, even malicious webpages. Few users access mediasvideo[.]live intentionally, most get redirected by intrusive ads or by PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Applications), already infiltrated in the device. It should be noted that these apps do not need express user permission to be installed. PUAs operate by causing redirects, hijacking browsers, delivering intrusive advertisement campaigns and tracking browsing-related data.
Decrypme ransomware removal instructions
What is Decrypme?
Decrypme is a new variant of MedusaLocker ransomware. This malicious program was discovered by dnwls0719. Like most ransomware-type programs, Decrypme is designed to prevent victims from accessing their files by encrypting them. Typically, it is impossible to decrypt files without the right tools (decryption software and/or keys). In order to get them, victims are forced to pay a ransom. Instructions on how to decrypt files encrypted by Decrypme are provided in the "HOW_TO_OPEN_FILES.html" file. Also, this ransomware appends the ".decrypme" extension to all encrypted files. For instance, it renames a file named "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.decrypme", and so forth.
2Hamlampampom ransomware removal instructions
What is 2Hamlampampom?
2Hamlampampom (also known as Galgalgalgalk) is a piece of malicious software, classified as ransomware. It is based on another ransomware called Mailto. It operates by encrypting data and demanding a ransom (i.e. payment for the decryption tools/software). During the encryption all files are appended with an extension, consisting of "mailto", developers' email address and a random string of characters - ".mailto[2Hamlampampom@cock.li].[random_string]". For example, a file titled "1.jpg" would appear as something similar to "1.jpg.mailto[2Hamlampampom@cock.li].fd97". Once this process is finished, 2Hamlampampom drops a ransom note into every affected folder. This note appears in the form of a text file, named "[random_string]-Readme.txt" (e.g. "FD97-Readme.txt").
How to stop redirects to Vnbue websites on Mac?
What is Vnbue?
Vnbue is a family of deceptive (scam) pages that are designed to trick people into downloading and installing some questionable application that supposed to remove detected viruses. In this example visitors are encouraged to remove them with the Smart Mac Booster app. We advise against downloading and installing apps that are advertised on scam pages. Apps of this type are categorized as potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). It is worth mentioning that browsers often open untrustworthy websites by themselves when some PUA is already installed on them (or operating systems). Typically, people download and install such apps unintentionally.
Start ransomware removal instructions
What is Start?
Belonging to the CrySiS/Dharma malware family, Start is a piece of malicious software, categorized as ransomware. This malignant program was discovered by Jakub Kroustek. Start operates by encrypting data and demanding a ransom for its decryption. During the encryption process all files are renamed with a unique ID number (generated for each victim), developers' email address and the ".start" extension. For example, a file titled "1.jpg" would appear as something like "1.jpg.id-1E857D00.[firstname.lastname@example.org].start", and so forth for all of the affected files. After this process is complete, a text file ("FILES ENCRYPTED.txt") is dropped onto the desktop and a pop-up window is displayed.
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