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.
StormWatch is a potentially unwanted application that may also function as adware. Whether it application is potentially dangerous or not depends on its distribution method. If you do not know how StormWatch entered your computer, it would be for the best to remove StormWatch from the system and then run a full PC scan with a reliable antispyware application. If you have downloaded the application willingly, then it is up to you whether you remove it from the PC or not, but you have to employ all the means possible to ensure that your system is protected from harm.
Ads by Brown Bark is yet another product of the SuperWeb LLC group infamous for internet-based infections such as Larparus, KingThink, PortalMore, HasBrowse and others. If any of the mentioned applications or Ads by Brown Bark is found present on your system, remove it without hesitation. Ads by Brown Bark is marketed as a useful tool just like most of the adware programs. This invasive adware application promises to enhance the web browsing experience and online shopping by displaying comparison deals with best prices. Unfortunately, it will not do anything like that. In reality, Ads by Brown Bark will only disrupt you while surfing the web. What is even worse is that Ads by Brown Bark could be used by other internet-based infections as a gateway into your PC. Removal of Ads by Brown Bark is essential if you are keen on keeping your system secure and clean. Use the provided removal guide and delete Ads by Brown Bark with no further problems.
FoxTab Audio Converter is a disturbing application which may cause a real headache if you want to remove it from the operating system. Even though the program does not appear to be running in a malicious manner, it is impossible to delete it from the computer. Malware researchers here at Anti-Spyware-101.com have found out that the disturbing program only allows you to remove files related to automatic updates. Due to this, if you do not remove FoxTab Audio Converter but delete the update files, sooner or later it will stop running effectively. We list the disturbing converter as a PUP (potentially unwanted program), and we recommend having it removed simply because of its stubbornness.
GoSave is an adware application that comes onto your computer together with other unwanted programs. The reason this application enters your system is money, but GoSave does not try to steal your banking information as a rogue antispyware program. It is not malicious all by itself. However, cybercriminals may make use of GoSave to promote their suspicious content, and that is the main reason you should remove GoSave from your computer the moment you notice this application is running. You should also the PC in search for other potentially dangerous applications.
The presence of commercial advertisements might just simply mean that your system contains adware. It is especially true if you see those ads regardless of the browser you use. UniCoupon is one of the newest adware; as the researchers of anti-spyware-101.com have found out, this program might also flood your screen with commercials; thus, if you have already detected it on the system, you should erase UniCoupon as soon as possible. If you listen to our advice, you will not only reduce the possibility to infect the system with malicious software, but also be able to stop ads from appearing. It means that you will be able to browse the web without any difficulties again.
The clandestine Vanilla Refill virus is also known as Vanilla Reload Virus, and these names derive from the money transfer system which may be employed by cyber criminals to scam you. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that there are plenty of devious ransomware Trojans which can introduce you to misleading screen-locking notifications suggesting that you need to pay fines for certain cyber crimes you supposedly have performed. Vanilla Reload, MoneyPak, Ukash, Paysafecard, and other infamous virtual money transfer systems could be employed to collect the so-called fines. In reality, you must remove Vanilla Refill virus without wasting any of your time with the represented demands. Keep in mind that if you postpone the removal, it is possible that your operating system will be infected with more clandestine threats, and your virtual security will become even more vulnerable. Use our guidance within the article to delete the clandestine Vanilla Refill virus right away.
CTB-Locker is one malicious threat you certainly do not want to find running on the operating system. Our researchers analyzing malware in the internal Anti-Spyware-101.com lab have discovered that the threat belongs to the infamous Crypto Ransomware family. CryptoWall, CryptoLocker and Cryptorbit are few other ransomware threats which may attack the operating system. Needless to say, it is a must to delete all of these infections; however, right now we want to focus on CTB-Locker removal. Unfortunately, it is not that easy to delete the threat, primarily because it involves the loss of personal files. If the devious ransomware has already corrupted the operating system, then you must have discovered that many of your document files, photos and videos are now encrypted. So, is there a way to restore the files and delete CTB-Locker? Read the report to find out.
Browser Utility has been designed to enhance your browsing performance, make web surfing more secure and protect you against phishing scams. Or so this is what you may be forced to believe if you visit browserutility1.net. This website is meant to represent the suspicious application; however, the provided information certainly does not do justice to the program. We would not rush you to remove Browser Utility if it was a reliable program, and it certainly is not. The first thing that Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have found out when researching the application is that the program has no ability to make your web browsing more secure. You should remove Browser Utility just because of this. Unfortunately, there are few other reasons why you should not trust the disturbing program.
Easy Driver Pro is a software program that scans the system and searches for outdated drivers in order to enhance the performance of your software. The program also searches its driver databases to find and download those missing drivers. However, Easy Driver Pro installs drivers only when you acquire a license for the program, and the registered version costs $39. Easy Driver Pro should be removed once it has been installed on the computer because the program provides you with misinformation. The scan results are simulated in order to mislead you into purchasing the program; hence, Easy Driver Pro is categorized as a potentially unwanted program and included on the detection list of certain security programs.
Ads by Ge-Force appear on your screen when you install an adware application on your computer. The program is called Ge-Force, and it usually arrives with other unwanted applications. It means that if you see Ads by Ge-Force when you browse the Internet; there is a high chance that you have more than just one adware application installed on the PC. You most probably did not intend to have this program running on your system, and the ads are genuinely annoying. In order to remove Ads by Ge-Force, you have to uninstall the application first.