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Pushishere[.]com redirect removal instructions

What is pushishere[.]com?

Pushishere[.]com is a rogue website, sharing similarities with and thousands of others. This site presents visitors with unreliable content and/or redirects them to untrustworthy or malicious pages. Few users access such untrustworthy websites intentionally, most get redirected to them by intrusive adverts or by PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Applications). Users should note that these apps do not need express permission to be installed onto systems. PUAs operate by causing redirects, delivering intrusive ad campaigns and track browsing-related data.

Chickimeet POP-UP Scam (Mac)

How to remove redirects to Chickimeet websites from Mac?

What are the Chickimeet sites?

Chickimeet is a group of deceptive websites, promoting a variety of online schemes. One of the scams run on these pages is the "Dear Safari User, You Are Today's Lucky Visitor" scheme. It is a phishing scam, designed to steal users' personal information and/or trick them into making monetary transactions for bogus reasons. Typically, users access such sites via redirects caused by intrusive adverts or by PUAs (Potentially Unwanted Applications), already installed onto the system.

Serpom Ransomware

Serpom ransomware removal instructions

What is Serpom?

Serpom is one of the malicious programs that are part of the Aurora ransomware family. These programs are designed to encrypt files, change their filenames and create a ransom note (or ransom notes). Serpom renames encrypted files by appending the ".serpom" extension to their filenames. For instance, it renames "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.serpom", "2.jpg" to "2.jpg.serpom", and so on. It drops three ransom notes in every folder that contains encrypted files, those notes are text files named "@_FILES_WERE_ENCRYPTED_@.TXT", "@_HOW_TO_DECRYPT_FILES_@.TXT" and "@_HOW_TO_PAY_THE_RANSOM_@.TXT". Additionally, when computer is restarted Serpom displays a fake Windows sign in window designed to steal passwords

Mikser Ransomware

Mikser ransomware removal instructions

What is the Mikser ransomware?

Mikser is a malicious program, classified as ransomware. Credit for its discovery belongs to GrujaRS. This malware operates by encrypting data and demanding payment for the decryption. Typically, ransomware-type programs append all affected files with an extension; that is not the case with Mikser. Once the encryption process is complete, a pop-up window is displayed. The text presented in it is the ransom note - in Polish.

EngineOrder Adware (Mac)

How to remove EngineOrder from Mac?

What is EngineOrder?

EngineOrder is a rogue app, categorized as adware. It delivers various intrusive advertisements, which diminish browsing quality and have harmful abilities. Additionally, this application shares common traits with software within the browser hijacker category, such as browser setting modification and fake search engine promotion. EngineOrder promotes Safe Finder via Most adware-types and browser hijackers also spy on users' browsing activity. Due to EngineOrder dubious proliferation methods, it is deemed to be a PUA (Potentially Unwanted Application) as well. Ads

Ymp4[.]download redirect removal instructions

What is ymp4[.]download?

Ymp4[.]download is a web page which allows users to download videos from YouTube converted to .mp4 or .mp3 format. There are two problems with this site: it offers an illegal service (it is not legal to download videos from YouTube) and uses rogue advertising networks. Quite often pages like ymp4[.]download redirect visitors/users to various untrustworthy websites that are designed to advertise various potentially unwanted applications (PUAs), load questionable content, etc. Therefore, it not recommended to trust ymp4[.]download and other similar sites.

NEPHILIM Ransomware

NEPHILIM ransomware removal instructions


The NEPHILIM ransomware was discovered by dnwls0719. Typically, software of this type is designed to encrypt victim's data (make files inaccessible), rename every encrypted file and create (and/or display) some ransom note with instructions on how to contact cyber criminals, pay a ransom and/or other details. NEPHILIM renames encrypted files by appending the ".NEPHILIM" extension to their filenames. For example, it renames a file named "1.jpg" to "1.jpg.NEPHILIM", and so forth. Instructions on how to contact cyber criminals who designed this ransomware are provided in a text file named "NEPHILIM-DECRYPT.txt".

NEMTY REVENUE 3.1 Ransomware

NEMTY REVENUE 3.1 ransomware removal instructions

What is NEMTY REVENUE 3.1?

NEMTY REVENUE 3.1 is a piece of malicious software, it is a new variant of the Nemty 2.6 ransomware. Systems infected with this malware experience data encryption and receive ransom demands for the decryption tools/software. During the encryption process, all affected files are retitled according to this pattern - original filename followed by an extension consisting of "NEMTY", underscore symbol and a random character string (e.g. "NEMTY_[random_string]"). For example, a file like "1.jpg" would appear as something similar to "1.jpg.NEMTY_4FA50B7" - following encryption. Once this process is finished, a ransom note - "NEMTY_[random_string]-DECRYPT.txt" is created.

MultiUpgrade Adware (Mac)

How to remove MultiUpgrade from Mac?

What is MultiUpgrade?

Adware is a type of software that serves various advertisements. Quite often apps of this type are designed to collect various information as well. Typically, users do not download and install apps like MultiUpgrade on purpose (intentionally). Therefore, they are called potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). It is worthwhile to mention that MultiUpgrade promotes Safe Finder site (web search tool) by opening it via

Likud Ransomware

Likud ransomware removal instructions

What is Likud?

Likud is a malicious program, classified as ransomware. This malware is related to the Israel election and is designed to target Israeli users. Likud ransomware encrypts the data of infected systems, in order to demand payment for the decryption. During the encryption process, all affected files are appended with the ".likud" extension. For example, a file originally named something like "1.jpg" would appear as "1.jpg.likud" - following encryption. After this process is complete, a pop-up window is displayed and the desktop's wallpaper is changed. fortunately, this is a decryptable ransomware, its decryption key is "ILELECTION2020".


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