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.
It his high time we discuss a new ransomware and a unique one at that. Anonpop Ransomware is not your average ransomware because it does not encrypt files but removes them. Moreover, it does not have the ability to bring them back after you have paid the money. Its developers are clearly not concerned with keeping their word, not even in the slightest. They want to trick you into thinking that they have mysteriously hidden them in a created partition, but that is untrue. Please continue reading if you want to find out more.
Search.searchtnr.com is not a search engine that our researchers would advise you to use. It falls under the classification of browser hijackers since it can change user’s browser preferences. Unlike some other hijackers, it alters only the homepage, but it should not change default search engine or new tab page. Nevertheless, it does not mean that the application is any less potentially harmful than other similar ones. Accordingly, we advise users to remove it from their browsers as soon as possible.
Web Timer is a new adware-type browser extension whose objective is to make money for its developers by displaying advertisements on your PC’s screen in various forms. We recommend that you remove it from your computer as soon as you can because the content of the ads may not be safe. Suspicious applications might find their way on your machine as a result.
Finding Search.searcheeh.com as your home page, new tab page, or default search engine in your browsers could mean that your computer has been penetrated by a potentially harmful browser hijacker. It is also possible that this hijacker installs itself silently without your knowledge, i.e., breaching your privacy. You may think that it is fine to have a different search page for a change but you should know that this browser hijacker may be unreliable and present to you unsafe third-party content. That is why it is important that you remove Search.searcheeh.com as soon as you find it in your browsers. Failing to do so could result in more malware infections on your system or even worse; you may get scammed by cyber criminals through malicious websites. Please read on to find out more about this threat so that you know how to handle this attack.
If Mircop Ransomware hits your computer, there is a good chance that you lose all your precious photos, videos, and documents unless, of course, you have a backup copy on a removable drive. Not “only” does this vicious ransomware encrypt your files, but it may also steal personal information from you. The only chance for you to recover your files is to pay the uniquely high ransom fee. But we cannot confirm that you will actually get the private key that is needed for you to decrypt your files. It is more likely that you will never hear about these criminals again after transferring the ransom fee. Since this is a severe threat to your computer and your privacy, we recommend that you delete Mircop Ransomware immediately. In order to learn more about the risks and possible ways to avoid this ransomware, please continue reading our report.
If you want to know what Related Program is, then you have come to the right website because our malware researchers have found that it is a simple adware-type application. We suggest removing it because it adds nothing to the user experience and our tests have shown that it is set to display many third-party advertisements that come from unknown and probably illegitimate sources. So there is a good chance that this adware will be configured to promote illicit software and websites. This simple application may cause you inconvenience because advertisements obstruct the browsing experience and might even get your PC infected with more malicious software. To find out more about this program we recommend reading this whole article.
Trojan Vawtrak is a dangerous threat that can cause serious security and privacy issues if it manages to sneak onto your system. Our malware specialists at anti-spyware-101.com have categorized this malicious program as a banking Trojan. This infection can steal sensitive information from you, such as banking details and passwords. Therefore, you may not “only” lose money from your accounts but it is also possible that you become the victim of an identity theft. None of these scenarios are anyone’s desire. We are here to help you by sharing what we have found after careful research. But before we go into details, we must tell you that we recommend that you remove Trojan Vawtrak right away if you want to protect your privacy and your saved data. Please continue reading to find out more about this banking Trojan infection.
Negozl Ransomware is yet another infection that aims to secretly infect your computer and force you to pay a ransom. We advocate for removing this infection because you might not get the required decryption key even after you have paid. Hence, you must not trust the cyber criminals behind this ransomware. Its developers use scaremongering to force you to pay. Threatening to delete your files if you do not pay the ransom is not the best of tactic when it comes to easing the victim to the idea of complying with the demands. Regardless, we suggest that you delete the ransomware first, but remember that the files will remain encrypted.
It is important to be aware of an intrusive application that goes by the name of error_local_user. If you ever happen to encounter it keep in mind that it exhibits no valuable features whatsoever. It is important to note that you could come across various claims stating that this suspicious application could actually be useful. Such advertising techniques are often employed by developers of dubious applications to trick unsuspecting users into obtaining an application without realizing how it fully functions. It is important to highlight the fact that error_local_user will limit your ability to use your PC as well as it could turn out to be the primary reason your computer could get infected with other dubious programs. It goes without saying that such functionality of this invasive program is the major reason our researchers highly advise you to remove it as soon as it is found up and running on your operating system. Below we present a detailed removal guide that you should use to terminate error_local_user in the easiest way possible.
We believe that you have opened this page because you want to get rid of Mass Sea. Perhaps you have no idea what this program is, and you simply searched for more information about it because you noticed it on your computer. Either way, it was a good decision because if you scroll down this page, you will find manual removal instructions for Mass Sea. What’s more, this article will tell you more about adware programs and how to avoid them. Plus, you should also consider checking your computer for other unwanted applications as they have a tendency to travel in packs.