FBI Virus is a ransomware infection whose different versions are known widely to computer users in different countries. The virus locks down the system down which results in its immobility and generates a hoax saying that the FBI has locked the PC. There is more than one interface version of FBI Virus, which should be removed from the system immediately.
Web Shield is a free computer program that is aimed at informing you about websites monitoring your online behavior. The program is supposed to identify web beacons, pixels, cookies, and other tracking techniques, but, in reality, the program is likely to be inactive. Web Shield supports Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, but installs no browser extension. We recommend that you remove the Web Shield program from the computer, because it is sponsored by third parties, which results in the display of different types of advertisements.
HitTheLights is a computer application that promises to enhance your video-watching experience. If you have not researched the program and did not install it from hitthelightsapp.com, it is most likely that it has been offered to you via a third-party installer. Trusting these installers is never safe, because they could represent a bunch of unreliable programs that you, later on, will need to delete from your PC. Have you already removed HitTheLights after realizing that it is a worthless program that only displays ads? Unfortunately, it is possible that your troubles are not over. It is a must to examine your personal computer and delete the remaining threats or undesirable programs that simply use up resources for no good reason. This report will help you get rid of HitTheLights and remove the undesirable programs associated with the advertisement-supported program.
Advertising-supported applications are very sneaky and might enter your system without permission. If you see Cdn.adsrvmedia.net Pop-up on your screen, it is very likely that an adware program has slithered onto your computer as well. The application not only is responsible for the presence of Cdn.adsrvmedia.net Pop-up ads, but might also perform other kinds of suspicious activities. You have to remove all the unreliable programs from your computer, if you want to feel safe. Luckily, it is enough to delete adware via Control Panel in order to get rid of Cdn.adsrvmedia.net Pop-up advertisements. If you still see these pop-ups after the deletion of the adware, we recommend that you read through this article to find out what you should do next.
WebGuard is meant to work as a monitoring app, but our malware researchers do not identify it as a trustworthy tool. The application does not warn its users about the tracking cookies, web beacons, and similar data-tracking technologies the way it is supposed to. Even though the services of the application are quite disappointing, this is not the reason why we have decided to remove WebGuard. We trust that the application deserves removal because of the advertisements that it displays. Do you have information related to the parties that are responsible for these ads? We are sure that you don’t, which means that you cannot be too sure about the ads that you face. Should you click on suspicious and unpredictable WebGuard advertisements? Of course, you should not! You should delete adware instead.
You might not even know that your system contains a new banking Trojan named Chthonic; however, if your security tool detects it, you should remove it without consideration. Chthonic is a serious computer infection that is similar to previously published banking Trojan Zeus. In most cases, this infection enters unprotected systems, so there is a possibility that your security tool is unreliable or you do not have one installed on your computer. Either way, you should get rid of Chthonic as soon as possible because this Trojan might steal personal information and perform different kinds of activities behind your back. If you want to get more information about Chthonic and its removal, we suggest reading through this article.
TheaterMax is an adware program that will enter your computer together with freeware applications. This program pretends that it has some useful features, such as improving your online video watching experience; however, TheaterMax cannot live up to such promises. You need to remove TheaterMax from your computer otherwise you will be bombarded with annoying commercial advertisements that will slow down your browser, exposing you to unreliable content. For that reason, you have to make sure you delete TheaterMax at once and don’t forget to get rid of other unwanted applications because you are bound to have some.
RecipeHub Toolbar is a browser extension developed by Mindspark Interactive Network. The extension is supposed to support Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla, but, in practice, Google Chrome automatically disables the extension. If you have installed the toolbar by accident and now want to remove it from the computer, it is very likely that it has changed the settings of your browsers. Mindspark programs are capable of changing the home page and default search provider to Ask.com, which is an advertising-supported search engine. We advise you against using that search provider and recommend that you take action to remove the RecipeHub extension from the PC.
Websearch.thesearchpage.info is not a trustworthy search tool, and you should realize this the first time you use it. Even though you might expect the search engine to present search results, instead it simply redirects to the Google search pages. The search results do correspond to your search queries; however, the service is suspicious, and our malware researchers recommend removing mediators, and Websearch.thesearchpage.info works like one. Of course, this is not the main reason why you must remove Websearch.thesearchpage.info from your browsers. The suspicious search engine can track your virtual activity with the help of web cookies and then leak the collected data to unknown parties. As you can understand, it might be dangerous to have information about you and your browsing behavior tracked, especially if unreliable advertisers get involved. Unfortunately, they do.
Price Chopper is one more example of JustPlugIt adware. Its only real function is to display commercial ads through your web browser. If your browsers have been infected by Price Chopper, it is not a huge stretch to imagine that you would want to delete this application as soon as possible. If you continue reading this article, we will tell you how Price Chopper works, how it is distributed, and how to remove it.
Myplayerhd.net is a domain that will provide you with pop-ups. It has been found that these pop-ups usually offer to install Flash Player and other software for watching videos. Actually, you should not agree with the installation of any kind of software if you are not sure whether it can be fully trusted. There is a possibility that you will click on pop-ups accidentally, so it is advisable that you stop them from appearing. Users usually start seeing Myplayerhd.net pop-ups when they install adware or other undesirable programs on their computers. As you have probably understood, you will have to remove all these programs from the system in order to get rid of Myplayerhd.net pop-ups.