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If you keep being redirected to suspicious pages promoting all kinds of deals, it is possible that Traff-1.ru is involved. This adware server could be set up to expose you to suspicious ads, surveys, installers, and other offers at specific time intervals. If that is the case, it is also possible that you will find a Task created in %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks. If this task exists, its name should reveal association with the adware server or the advertising-supported program that could be responsible for introducing you to ads hosted on the unreliable adware server. Since adware is likely to be concealed, it might be difficult for you to identify it right away. Do not worry about that. If you continue reading this report, you will learn how to recognize malicious infections, and, most important, remove them from your operating system. We have also created a guide that might help you delete Traff-1.ru adware.
We want to inform you about a program called Cryptodevil Screen Locker which, as its name indicates, is a screen-locking application that can infect your computer secretly, lock its screen and then offer you to purchase a password to unlock it. However, you should remove this application instead because its greedy developers are way out of touch with reality. They demand that you pay 20 Bitcoins which is an approximate 20,000 USD. The good news is that you can bypass the lock screen and delete this Trojan. Please continue reading to find out more.
OnlineFormFinder Toolbar might seem like a great tool to have if you check its official website. On its official website, it is advertised as a program that should provide you with essential US government forms for taxation, healthcare, travel, immigration, and more. Unfortunately, its functionality is questionable at best. Upon further analysis malware experts, working at our internal labs, have actually classified this application as on more potentially unwanted program. Such classification has been made because it exhibits quite a few invasive features, which directly affect the way you experience the web. Another reason it has been categorized this way is its questionable distribution. To learn more about the overall functionality of this devious program so you can understand why we advise you to delete it, read the rest of our report. We also present a comprehensive removal guide that will help you remove OnlineFormFinder Toolbar without encountering major problems.
Recently we encountered an old file-encrypting malware called Gingerbread Ransomware. The malicious application displays a rather unusual ransom note in which the cyber criminals who created it do not demand anything, but ask users for help. However, despite the friendly note’s tone, you should not forget who you are dealing with. The infections developers can say anything to convince their victims to pay the ransom, so they cannot be trusted that quickly. Therefore, if you came across this threat quite recently yourself, we advise you not to get in touch with these people. Instead, we encourage users to delete the malicious application from the computer. If you take a look at the instructions available below the report, you should be able to remove Gingerbread Ransomware manually. For those who cannot decide what to do yet, we recommend reading the rest of the text.
Beansplayer is a name of an application promoted as a beneficial media player. Like other media players, it should play media files users have on their computers, but, as many users find out after using it several times, it is far from those beneficial media players available on the market today. Its main drawback is that it does not work the way it should, so you will, without a doubt, not regret uninstalling this application from your computer. Since Beansplayer is far from trustworthy media players, specialists at anti-spyware-101.com have decided to put it into the category of potentially unwanted software. Potentially unwanted programs are, of course, not as harmful as other malicious programs, e.g. Trojans, ransomware, backdoors, etc., we get to analyze from time to time, but there is no point in keeping them installed too, especially, as in the case of Beansplayer, they do not act the way they should.
If you are looking for a tool that can help you share the Internet with different devices from one spot, Free Wifi Hotspot might be on your radar. This program works as a virtual WiFi router, and, as our Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have found, its services are legitimate. Unfortunately, this seemingly beneficial program is not all that great, and, unfortunately, it has to do with things that are not related to the main service. Despite being able to serve you in a beneficial manner, you have to take other things into consideration, and we discuss all of that in this report. Even if you decide that you do not want to delete Free Wifi Hotspot from your Windows operating system, you might have to remove a few other suspicious programs. Anti-Spyware-101.com malware research team has conducted tests and analysis to reveal the true face of the PUP (potentially unwanted programs), and the information presented in this report and help you figure things out as well.
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A malicious campaign has never hit so close to home. Baidu.com Skype virus continues to spread and terrorize users, and recently even one of your team members got infected with it! What’s more, there is no silver lining to this situation: you will get infected with this annoying threat even if you do not click a random link you get from one of your Skype contacts! Of course, it is not possible to get infected if you do not use Skype in the first place, but there are quite a few users who suffer from this intruder, and in this article here we are going to discuss it in greater detail.
Our security experts categorize StreamingWhereTV as a browser hijacker, but it can also be considered a browser extension or a potentially unwanted program, too. Either way, the bottom line is that this application should not be allowed to remain on your computer because it could easily redirect you to unfamiliar and dangerous websites. You will do yourself a favor if you remove StreamingWhereTV from your computer right now. Luckily, manual removal is not complicated, and you can do that by following the instructions you will find right below this description. For more questions, do not hesitate to ask via the comment box.