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.
Couponsbar, also spelt Coupons-Bar, is a software and service provider known for its Couponbar toolbar. The application is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, and is available at coupons-bar.com. If you have installed the Couponsbar toolbar, you must be aware of the fact that the application can change the home page and the search provider of your Internet browsers. If you pay no attention to the options that you are provided with, then you are forced to use search.coupons-bar.com. Even though the installer provides you with checkboxes related to the changes on the browsers, the Couponsbar toolbar is regarded as a browser hijacker, and it is advisable to remove it from the browsers.
ShopperPro64.dll is a component of ShopperPro, which is an adware program that displays coupons and advertisements to make your experience on the Internet better. The application is promoted at shopper-pro.com and is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The application is distributed alongside other programs. DealPly is one of the programs that may be attached to the installer of ShopperPro; hence, it is crucial to get acquainted with the license agreement of the program that you want to install. Always read the information that you are provided with because it is one of the ways to prevent undesirable programs.
BuzzSurfing is a tool which is meant to automatically provide the lyrics alongside the music videos you are watching on YouTube. Even though it is not that difficult to find the lyrics to any song on reliable websites, many computer users are interested in trying out the extension which is supposed to alleviate the process. Needless to say, nothing is for free, and so even though the plugin is promoted as a free tool, you need to recognize that different advertisements could follow it. In fact, this is exactly what will happen if you install the program onto the Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer browsers. As Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have discovered, the extension is supported by third party advertisers who can help the developers of the plugin earn commission by displaying different online advertisements. If you wish to stop these – remove BuzzSurfing.
Windows users need to beware of the new rogue anti-spyware – Windows Protection Tool. This fake AV could be offered as a legitimate malware removal application via a misleading online scanner; however, it could also be installed secretly using various drive-by download and social engineering scams. The infection could be running with the help of malicious files as well as other dangerous infections. If you have found the rogue running on the operating system and you cannot explain its entrance, you can suspect malignant, malware downloading Trojans. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com, if you do not remove Windows Protection Tool and other potentially running infections, your virtual security could be endangered. If you are not comfortable with this outcome, you should delete the malicious computer infections right away, and this report will help you perform this task.
If you are seeing Share Anything ads, it is very probable that you have Share Anything application on your computer. However, you should not trust it entirely even though it promises that you will be able to share anything with other people easily and quickly. If you look at the Terms of Service more carefully, you will notice that you are going to be provided with different advertisements as well. You can expect these commercials to appear anytime, which means that they might hinder your browsing activities, e.g. searching for particular information. The only way to get rid of Share Anything ads is to erase the program itself. Read throughout the article and find out how to do that.
If you do know how to get rid of the annoying error warning that informs you about the file BackgroundContainer.dll, it means that your Internet browsers are afflicted by some Conduit Toolbar. BackgroundContainer.dll arrives at the PC along with other components of the application, all of which should be removed from the system. The display of the error indicates that there is some problem with a specific scheduled task, which you have to remove in order to get rid of the error message. It is also probable that the warning informing about BackgroundContainer.dll is displayed after removing the toolbar, in which case it means that the removal of the Conduit Toolbar has not been performed properly.
Windows Protection Booster is a fake anti-virus program, which can easily beguile unsuspecting computer users into purchase the full version of the program. It is installed as a trial version without the user’s permission, and, once it is installed, the system stops running properly. It is so because the malicious program attempts to make you think that the computer is being damaged by numerous infections. According to the schemers’ plan, you get worried about your personal information stored on the PC and invest in the program to have the infections removed. However, Windows Protection Booster cannot detect any threats. It provides you with a fake scanner; hence, do not delay the removal of this fraudulent program.
General Crawler is a browser extension which travels bundled with Mediafinder. The plugin is installed illegally and is extremely difficult to delete afterwards, which is why you certainly do not want to find it on your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browsers. As Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have discovered, the extension is presented at general-crawler.com as well. Here you can find a link to the Mozilla Add-ons page promoting the extension. It is disclosed that the application is supported by General World and that it is a part of the General Downloader software package acting like a supplement to the General-Files.org project. This project is based on data collection needed to assist the tracking of links on file-sharing sites. Please continue reading to learn more about the application and General Crawler removal.
MegaSearch is a browser extension which used to active about 7 years ago and was called Trackware.MegaSearch by one of anti-malware tool. If you still have MegaSearch on your browsers, it implies that you do not pay attention to your computer and the applications that are installed. MegaSearch should be removed from the computer because it monitors how computer users browse the Internet and send information to remote servers. If you want to protect your personal information and browse the Internet safely, take action to get rid of the toolbar.