Cerber Ransomware is a devious Windows infection that enters your operating system using clandestine methods. Whether this program slithers in via a corrupted spam email attachment or gets downloaded by a malicious installer, it will hide itself until all of your personal files are encrypted. If this malicious infection successfully encrypts your personal files, it can proceed to demand a ransom from you. According to our research, at the moment, this ransom is 1.24 BTC, which is around 507 USD or 463 EUR. Every user is given 7 days to make the payment, and, if the payment is not made, the ransom supposedly rises to 2.48 BTC (~1014 USD/925 EUR). Note that the Bitcoin currency is quite unstable and the currency ratios fluctuate frequently. All in all, the sums are high, and it is unlikely that many victims have this kind of money lying around. Unfortunately, at the moment, it is impossible to decrypt personal files in other ways, which means that paying the ransom might be the only way to regain control over your files. Of course, this does not change the fact that you must remove Cerber Ransomware.
Search.internetspeedpilot.com is a mere browser hijacker that was recently released by our old foe SaferBrowser. You should remove it in the event it hijackers your homepage and changes your browser’s homepage and new tab page address. Be warned that, if it does, then it will subject you to unreliable search results bound to feature shady and even malicious promotional links that could jeopardize your PC’s security and your personal privacy. Also, it should collect some non-personally identifiable information and use it for marketing and advertising purposes. Nothing good can come from this so-called search engine. Therefore, we invite you to find out more about it and read this whole article.
search2016-ping.com may look like a regular search engine, but it is not one that you would want, and there is nothing regular about it. In fact, it is irregular because it is a browser hijacker and we recommend that you remove it if it has secretly replaced your browser’s homepage. Indeed, it is distributed in a highly malicious manner and is set to feature questionable and even malicious promotional links in its search results, and that may prove detrimental for your computer. The sooner you get rid of it, the better. However, before you do that, please read this whole article.
Led-search2016.com could be the next questionable search engine that could appear in your most popular browsers, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. This worthless search engine does not seem to work at present, but our malware researchers at anti-spyware-101.com say that it could pose a threat in the near future. In fact, it may already cause system security-related problems for you as it can come on board with a company of malware infections. It is quite likely that your system is already under attack on several fronts. If you want to restore security and order on your computer, you will have to do more than remove Led-search2016.com alone. Our researchers suggest that you use a reliable online malware scanner to detect all potentially unreliable programs and malware infections so that you can step up and clean your system once and for all. Leaving even one single program on board that could be the source of potential risk would be a mistake and the price could be more infections before long or even an abnormally operating system.
Trojan.SlayerRAT is known to be a dangerous computer infection that usually finds ways to enter computers without permission. People might not know for a long time that they have malicious software installed on their systems because Trojan infections have extraordinary camouflaging skills; however, if your security tool ever detects a threat with this name, you should not ignore that since Trojan.SlayerRAT is a serious computer threat that can cause many problems if a user lets it stay. Judging from the information we have found on its official website (yes, unlike other Trojan infections, it has an official web page), this harmful infection was released in 2015 by a group of people living in Tunisia. Even though it has an official source, specialists are sure that it enters computers secretly in most cases. Users have to remove Trojan.SlayerRAT from their computers not matter how it has appeared on their systems if they wish to be safe. The removal of this infection will not be very easy since it does not have an uninstaller. Of course, our researchers still know how to make it gone, and they are going to share their knowledge with you in the last paragraph.
Parisher Ransomware is a significantly dangerous malware infection. This program will not leave you alone unless you pay the ransom fee. Of course, you should not send your money to the criminals behind this attack. Although there may not be a public decryption tool available yet, you can still restore your files from an external backup.
Your job right now is to remove Parisher Ransomware from your system; ensuring similar infections do not enter it again. If you think you cannot protect your computer on your own, you can invest in a licensed antispyware tool. In fact, this is what computer experts recommend you do.
If you launch your browser and you are greeted by Seekforsearch.com, there is a great chance that your browser was hijacked. This suspicious search tool might appear not only on the homepage of Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer browser but also hijack the default search provider. The hijacker takes over the browser in a way that you would use a search engine introduced by ClientConnect Ltd. This company stands behind Searchthatup.com, Premiumsearchweb.com, and many other suspicious search providers as well. Although the interfaces of these “search tools” are very convincing, Anti-Spyware-101.com malware experts warn that these tools cannot be trusted. As a matter of fact, we recommend removing them, and you can learn why that is so by reading this report. Keep in mind that this report was specifically designed to help users understand and delete Seekforsearch.com. If you are dealing with other hijackers, refer to articles that were created after analyzing them.
If you face a screen that pushes to call 1-888-535-7102, your operating system has been hit by the 1-888-535-7102 TechScam. This fake warning is enabled by the malicious files on your PC, and it is hard to say how exactly they got into your operating system. Our malware analysts warn that malware is most likely to slither in via software bundles, which suggests that other unreliable threats might be active as well. Another way to encounter this scam is if you get yourself redirected to a malicious page set up to represent it. Obviously, if you are redirected to malicious pages, malware must be active on your operating system as well. In general, it is safe to say that your operating system is infected with malware if you face a pop-up or a screen telling you that you need to solve malware-related issues by calling an unfamiliar helpline number. Needless to say, you need to remove 1-888-535-7102 TechScam-related malware as soon as possible, and we can help you with this task.
Max-search2016.com is a strange search engine that practically does not seem to function for the time being. You can encounter this search page in your browsers after a browser hijacker enters your system and changes the home page settings. Obviously, the mere presence of this hijacker is questionable and you may not even remember installing it. Apart from it being totally useless and without any function, you should know that the emergence of this infection could also indicate the presence of other malware programs that could actually pose a threat to your system security. Of course, this browser hijacker may also start working in the near future so it is best to be prepared and to understand the consequences of keeping it in your browsers. If you do not want to let more infections on board or experience online scams, we suggest that you start restoring your virtual security by removing Max-search2016.com from your browsers. However, this may only be the first step. If you want to use a perfectly safe system, you need to hunt down all other potentially harmful applications as well.
Searchudak.com is not a popular browser hijacker, but it is always useful to know about possible threats, and if it already hijacked your browser, you should definitely continue reading the article. The search engine’s appearance is similar to google.com, and this might give you a wrong impression that the application is reliable. However, the software’s publisher is unknown. Since there are quite a few almost identical threats, we can only assume that it may have been published by a company oriented in creating browser hijackers. The application such as this might be dangerous as it could display suspicious advertisements, including ads with links to malicious web pages. Naturally, for your computer’s safety, we would advise you to use a more reliable tool instead and erase Searchudak.com. Simply take a look at the instructions placed below the text, and you will find out how to remove the unwanted application manually.
The Internet offers endless possibilities to enjoy your favorite media content for free, but sometimes that may lead to security issues when users install unwanted applications. For instance, you could get infected with Search.newtab-tvsearch.com, which is a browser hijacker. This search engine comes with a browser extension that is supposed to help you watch your favorite TV shows online. However, the functionality of this tab is highly questionable, and you should not tolerate these applications any further. Remove Search.newtab-tvsearch.com from your browser right now, and then check the list of installed programs for other potential threats. Please bear in mind that such applications seldom travel alone.