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.
DiscountPlace is an adware application that enters your computer with the intention to make easy money. It is not a dangerous computer infection, but you should not keep it on the PC because it could be exploited by cybercriminals for malware distribution purposes. If this application happens to be installed on your system, you are strongly recommended to remove DiscountPlace immediately. The application is not useful at all, and it could lead to serious computer security issues, so the sooner you get rid of DiscountPlace, the better. Please keep on reading this description to find out more about it.
Walletbee is a computer application developed by DealPly Technologies Ltd. Even though the company is best known for the DealPly adware, our researchers have discovered that this particular application mimics less known but equally as suspicious applications PriceFountain, PennyBee, and Offerblvd. If any of these programs are running on the operating system, we recommend that you delete them right away. If you do not disable these applications, you may have to deal with different unreliable offers and advertisements. If you do not know how to remove Walletbee or the associated infections, we suggest reading our report. It was conducted using the recent analysis of the disturbing adware.
SurfKeepIt is a browser add-on that displays obtrusive pop-up advertisements while you are browsing commercial and non-commercial websites. SurfKeepIt displays coupons, web banners, and other advertisements while you are using Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. If you have the Google Chrome browser, you have to activate the program because it is disabled by the browsers once installed. SurfKeepIt provides you with third-party advertisements; hence, it is categorized as adware. SurfKeepIt can be removed from certain security programs, and if you want to know what anti-malware program you should use, move down to the last section.
ShopDiscounts is a browser add-on that accompanies you on every website and provides with various commercial and non-commercial offers. The program is compatible with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome; however, the latter browser disables this program once it is installed. ShopDiscounts displays coupons, web banners, pop-ups, and other advertisements to enhance your shopping experience, but, if you have ShopDiscounts on your computer, you have probably noticed that the program displays pop-ups that have nothing to do with your search terms and interests. It is so because ShopDiscounts displays third-party advertisements. Our malware researchers have categorized this browser add-on as adware and recommend that you remove it from the computer as soon as you can.
Yaimo Search is a suspicious search engine that is promoted by Yaimo extension. This extension promises to help computer users search the best websites and offers; thus, many computer users install Yaimo extension themselves. Of course, it does not mean that it cannot slither onto the computer without user’s permission. You will definitely notice the presence of this extension because it will change your homepage to Yaimo.com. On top of that, it will modify the icons of your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, which means that you will not be able to get rid of Yaimo Search easily and quickly. In order to do that, you will have to get rid of Yaimo Search first. If you do so, it will not be very difficult to remove Yaimo Search as well.
The disturbing browser extension GoSaveNow is represented as a beneficial program; however, it cannot be trusted. The suspicious program is linked to third-party advertisers who may promote the services and products of highly unreliable companies and parties. As Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have discovered when analyzing the suspicious advertisement-supported program, it could be employed to present highly disturbing banner, pop-up, pop-under, or interstitial advertisements. It is up to you whether you want to interact with these ads or not; however, we certainly do not recommend it. What we do recommend is immediate GoSaveNow removal. If you delete the application now, you will not need to worry about the offers which may be misleading and completely unreliable.
Your personal files are encrypted is the title line of a ransomware warning that is displayed on your screen when the computer is infected with a piece of ransomware called Critroni.A or CTB-Locker_Critoni Ransomware. The Your personal files are encrypted warning is displayed after your files are encrypted, and, in order to regain access to your data, which include a wide range of files, you are supposed to pay 0.5 BTC, which is roughly $240 USD. If you have restarted the computer, and no warning is displayed, it does not mean that you have removed the Your personal files are encrypted infection. Your files are still encrypted, and, if you want to find out what has to be done to regain access to your data, keep reading.
Computer users download WordExtra thinking that the program can be put to use. Unfortunately, the application promoted at wordextra.com does not appear to be very useful. Despite the promises to make word meaning searches less stressful and more seamless, this browser extension is more often discussed as an advertisement-supported program. The original services of the program are shadowed by the different pop-up and banner advertisements which may show up due to the existing adware. We suggest you remove WordExtra as an advertisement-supported program as well. If you read the report, you will learn how the application may enter your operating system, how it acts once installed, and how you can delete it without any fuss. If any questions arise, do not hesitate to post them in the comment section below. We will assist you at our best ability as soon as possible.
Windows Cleaner is a system optimizer developed by VTools, and, if you are wondering whether to invest 39.99 dollars in this program, we recommend that you change your mind. Windows Cleaner is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) because the scanner of the program provides fake results; moreover, the installer of Windows Cleaner promotes some third-party programs, such as a toolbar by Spigot and an advertising-supported browser add-on called BetterMarkIt. Windows Cleaner is included on the detection list of our recommended security program SpyHunter, and we recommend that you remove the potentially unwanted program from the computer as soon as you can if it is present on your computer.
Tdss.be is a threat that may be running on the operating system without any of your knowledge. The clandestine infection runs rootkit files that hook deep into the system and circumvent the detection and removal by installed security tools. Unfortunately, the threat has so many versions that even the reliable, up-to-date security programs fail to delete it from the systems reliably. Needless to say, it is a must to remove Tdss.be from the PC because this clandestine threat has not been designed without a reason. This clandestine, malicious infection has been created by vicious cyber criminals to operate different malicious processes. If you do not terminate these, your virtual security could be jeopardized, and your operating system could be used for further malware distribution.