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.
Tinywallet ads cannot be trusted, regardless of the information or offers they represent. Anti-Spyware-101.com adware analysts found the disturbing application to represent coupons, third-party software installers and various suspicious suggestions all linking to third-party sites. If you expect to find ready saving offers or discount codes, you should replace Tinywallet with more reliable and reputable software. Of course, in order to achieve this you firstly need to delete adware (advertisement-supported software) from the operating system. Do you know how to remove Tinywallet ads? It’s quite simple. All that you actually need to do is delete every single component related to the unreliable program. Does the operation seem complicated to you? Don’t worry because we can help.
Salus is a program that promises to neutralize the latest threats in order to help you browse the internet safely. The program seems very beneficial at first sight; however, our security experts believe that you should stop admiring it. As the research has shown, the program is a typical advertising-supported application. It will bother you with various commercial advertisements (they will appear on all the most popular browsers) and install a software called Universal Updater without your permission. The aforementioned application acts like a Trojan; thus, it might perform various undesirable activities behind your back. In order to get rid of Salus and all of its components easily and quickly, you should definitely read throughout this article.
BRApp is not a browser hijacker; however, it is extremely disruptive and may be responsible for the abrupt redirections. Even though the program does not affect Google and the start page of your Mozilla Firefox browser, it certainly could take over the control of other search pages and reroute you without permission to br.search.yahoo.com, dounty.com, or some other suspicious search engine. It primarily targets bing.com, which is why it is believed that the application signed by BR Software LLC may be associated to the malicious Bing Redirect virus. As Anti-Spyware-101.com malware analysts have found out, this activity will be disabled only if you remove BRApp from the browsers and the Windows operating system. The removal of this application may be quite simple in some cases and extremely complicated in others. Due to this, we suggest that you read the report before you delete the program.
Is Ello worth the hype?
The new social network Ello has already been given many names. Whether you know it as Ad-free Facebook or Anti-Facebook, it is clear which other social network people are comparing Ello with. And this is not without a reason. According to Alexa.com, facebook.com has 1.28 billion active users, which makes it the most popular social network of all time. It is expected that different companies will try to dethrone the web giant, and some believe that Ello will be the next big thing. Why? There are a few different reasons; however, the first one is the element of “new and fresh”.
Despite being presented as a helpful tool, SiteRanker is just another undesirable adware helper which you will want to remove from the browsers. We have reported adware helpers many times in the past. Whether your operating system is affected by Wsys Control, BenchUpdater, Exerunner or any other disturbing application, you can expect the same activity. These applications are meant to collect information which reveals your browsing behavior and interaction with the associated software. Even though SiteRanker supposedly spies to gather more data about the sites you browse, we still recommend that you delete this adware. If you are already familiar with the program and you just want to remove SiteRanker – scroll down to the guides below. If you are interested in how the program works – continue reading.
TestSpeeder is an adware application that is also known as SpeedChecker. This application is supposed to help you measure your internet speed, but it also comes with a number of side effects. For instance, it displays a lot of commercial advertisements that may inadvertently expose you to potential security threats. Not only are these advertisements extremely annoying. They can expose you to potentially dangerous websites and eventually it could lead to serious computer security problems. Therefore, the sooner you remove TestSpeeder from your computer, the better. You need to terminate all the unwanted applications at once.
Speedchecker, or TestSpeeder, is an irritating browser extension which promises to test your system’s speeds just so you would install it. Once activated, the program runs as an advertisement supported program and presents different online offers. If you do not remove Speedchecker, you will be introduced to a number of disturbing ads, and some of them may be highly misleading or simply disturbing. If you keep the suspicious application running, it is impossible to say what outcome you could face. It is possible that the displayed ads could redirect you to unreliable sites, push you to install intrusive or malicious software, and involve you in different scams. Due to this, we identify the removal of this adware as mandatory.
Mystartsearch.com Virus is considered to be a threat which may impact the users of Chrome, Firefox and IE browsers. Even though in most cases the search engine is presented as an optional offer you can refuse or accept, in other cases it can install seemingly without permission. In these cases we identify the search tool as a virus. Overall, it does not matter much how the search tool was installed onto the web browsers because you should remove Mystartsearch.com Virus in any case. This search engine is not a beneficial search tool, it runs suspicious web cookies, and presents disturbing easy-access links or advertisements. The services related to the search provider are not only useless – they could be risky as well. If you do not delete the virus, you could face the activity of unreliable parties as well.
HowToSimplified Toolbar is a browser plug-in that may be categorized as potentially unwanted application. This toolbar comes with a number of additional features that should improve user’s online browsing experience. However, HowToSimplified Toolbar is also related to several computer security issues, and you should not ignore that. If you are a security-minded user, you will remove HowToSimplified Toolbar from your computer as soon as possible.
System Speed Up is a system optimizer which we identify as a potentially unwanted program. First of all, this Systweak application is not beneficial. Even though it claims to detect and fix all registry issues or other kind of errors, our researchers have discovered that it cannot identify real problems. This indicates that the scanner associated to the program is either unfinished or misleading. Whichever the case, we recommend having System Speed Up removed from the Windows operating system. This program cannot guarantee a clean, optimized and error free PC, even though this is exactly what computer users are promised at systemspeedup.com. Have you purchased the upgraded version of the application already? You still should delete the PUP.