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.
BuyNsave is an application that can cause havoc on your system. It is not malicious computer infection, but the problem is that users install BuyNsave themselves without realizing that such applications are often exploited by cyber criminals. It is just an adware application, but it could easily be used by a malevolent third-party to distribute other unwanted applications and even malware. You have to avoid all types of malicious threats by removing BuyNsave from your system immediately. Luckily, manual removal is not complicated, and you can do it by following the instructions below.
If you have downloaded Mobius Radio yourself, you must have done this believing that the application will help you listen to different online radio stations for free. Even though the program does offer this service, it is far more important that it also displays online advertisements. This may be unexpected, considering that the application is not promoted as an advertising tool, but this is why we identify Mobius Radio as an advertisement-supported program. Even if you find the promoted services to be useful, you should delete the application to prevent the presentation of various online advertisements. Have you already interacted with these ads and you have found them to be useful? We recommend removing Mobius Radio because of the misleading and unreliable ads which may be mixed in as well.
MediaPlayersVideos is a browser add-on that gets onto the computer alongside freeware program and displays third-party advertisements in order to enhance your browsing experience. The program works on Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox and is categorized as adware. We recommend that you remove the MediaPlayersVideos browser add-on from the computer, because your interaction with MediaPlayersVideos pop-ups may result in data loss or the installation of unreliable programs.
Norton-fix.net is an advertising server aimed at deceiving computer users into thinking that their computers are infected and that they are dealing with the anti-virus program Norton. The truth is that Norton-fix.net provides the victim with a scam notification featuring a Canadian toll-free support number, which is 1-844-887-6788. The user of the compromised system is supposed to contact the assistance in order to find out what he/she should do next, but we advise you against following the recommendations provided by the Norton-fix.net pop-ups because you are likely to contact online scammers. Moreover, you may not like your phone bill afterwards.
BonusBerry is an adware application that targets Russian speaking users. It collects data on your web browsing habits in order to generate a flow of customized commercial advertisements. Technically, these BonusBerry ads should help you save money whenever you shop online, but the problem is that this adware application is more annoying than useful. If you care about your system and your data security, you will remove BonusBerry as soon as possible. While you are at it, make sure you check your computer for other potentially unwanted applications because adware programs seldom come alone.
Windows Antibreach Module is a program aimed at tricking you into thinking that your operating system is infected. Windows Antibreach Module looks like a computer security program and imitates operations typical of any legitimate anti-virus program. In reality, the program cannot identify any malicious threat because the scanner provided shows a fake list on infections which are supposedly damaging the system. Windows Antibreach Module is not powered by any malware detection technology, and we urge you to remove it from the computer so that you can use the computer as usual.
If you have detected a suspicious program called Boomdeal on your computer, you should eliminate it as soon as possible, because it is a typical advertising-supported application. This means that its primary goal is to show advertisements and lure you into clicking on them. In some cases, Boomdeal enters the system but does not show advertisements, because it needs specific conditions to do that. Either way, it is very important that you remove Boomdeal from your system, because this application does not only show ads, but also might act behind your back. It does not matter that it has promised to help you save money or provide with the best deals and coupons, because it is not going to do anything beneficial for you. Luckily, you can delete Boomdeal via Control Panel. Our instructions will help you to do that easily and quickly.
If you detect a program called Coolbuy on your computer and do not know whether it can be trusted or not, you should know that it is a simple advertising-supported application, so it is better to delete it from the system as soon as possible. There is basically no doubt that the program has entered your system without your permission, because it does not have an official website. It is not worth trusting programs that enter your system without permission, because, in most cases, they tend to be unreliable. Coolbuy is not going to do anything good for you. Actually, it has definitely not been published for your benefit. Therefore, you should erase it from your system as soon as possible. Our manual removal instructions will help you to delete Coolbuy easily and quickly. Just perform the removal steps exactly as indicated in those instructions.
With Thanksgiving and Christmas season in full swing, people look for new ways to streamline their shopping experience, and Coupon Codes by shopathome.com promises to do just that. It offers pre-Black Friday deals, coupons for retailers like Sears and Macy’s and will certainly try to help you get your Christmas shopping done with no regard to your wishes. If this annoys you, we can help you remove Coupon Codes from your computer.
Sarconsogulpe is a Trojan horse that can compromise your operating system in an attempt to obtain your personal information or, for example, make you visit certain unreliable websites. The Sarconsogulpe Trojan can get installed on Windows computer in several ways, one of which is torrent downloads. The infection can be installed alongside a program downloaded from a peer-to-peer file sharing network; hence, you should be very careful with freeware software. It is not enough to review the information provided by the installation wizard or the website promoting the program because a malware program may be installed without you interference. The Sarconsogulpe Trojan should be removed as soon as possible, so take action right now if you suspect that your computer is afflicted.