Wooly Ransomware

Wooly Ransomware is a dangerous computer infection that first appeared in Mid-August of 2017. It was designed to encrypt many of your files with a strong encryption algorithm and demand that you pay a ransom for a decryptor/decryption key. Needless to say, you have to remove this malware as soon as you can. This malware can infect your computer through several channels and then do its dirty work, so if you do not have an anti-malware program, then we suggest you get one to protect your PC from the likes of Wooly Ransomware. If you want to find out how this ransomware is distributed, how it works, and how you can get rid of it, we invite you to read this description. Read more »

Find.mystart.space Redirect

Find.mystart.space Redirect

At the moment of writing, Find.mystart.space Redirect might be experienced only by Google Chrome users since the website you are redirected to may advertise an add-on compatible only with this particular browser. If you cannot stand being interrupted by this threat each time you browse the Internet, you should learn where Find.mystart.space Redirect might come from and get rid of it as quickly as you can. Users can achieve both of this if they review this report and use the removal instructions available below. What’s more, in the article we will talk about a particular search engine promoted on the website users could get redirected to. We would like to stress that this tool might be not worthy of your trust either and if you wish to delete it as well the mentioned steps may help you complete this task too. Read more »

Privacyassistant.net

Privacyassistant.net

Privacyassistant.net can one day replace your start page, new tab page, or even default search engine preferences if you are too careless while installing the software you find on the Internet. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com say it is a browser hijacker and same as other similar threats from this category, the application could be traveling with doubtful pop-up ads or bundled program installers. Even though it is not a harmful threat and cannot do any damage to the computer, its presence might make the system more vulnerable. Therefore, if you do not think Privacyassistant.net is an application you cannot live without, we encourage you to replace it with a more trustworthy tool. The browser hijacker’s deletion should not take long, and if you check the instructions below this text, you may find the task is not so complicated. Read more »

Null Ransomware

Null Ransomware

If your PC has been infected with Null Ransomware, then you ought to remove it as soon as you can because it will encrypt your files immediately. The cyber criminals behind this ransomware want you to pay a measly 10 USD for a decryption key, but the problem is that you might not get the key even after you have paid. This ransomware targets personal files in particular. Our researchers say that this specific ransomware is dedicated to encrypting pictures and documents. It uses the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) to encrypt your files. The encryption is very strong, and there is no free decryption tool available yet. For more information on this particular ransomware, please continue reading. Read more »

Google Chrome Fatal Error Popup Tech Support Scam

Google Chrome Fatal Error Popup Tech Support Scam is a devious fake alert crafted by cyber crooks to make illegal profits from unsuspecting Internet users. There are a couple of reasons you might encounter this hoax warning message. One of them is that you could stumble upon it while surfing the web recklessly. Another one is that a suspicious third-party application might be prompting the fake alert. Either way, you must take action to bypass this intrusive error message as it could lead you to further virtual security problems. Learn more about the suspicious functionality of this fake alert by reading the rest of this report. Additionally, we provide a few virtual security tips that will help you maintain a fully secure operating system. Finally, we present a generic removal guide that will help you delete a program associated with Google Chrome Fatal Error Popup Tech Support Scam in just a few simple steps. Read more »

Search.searchfana.com

Search.searchfana.com

Search.searchfana.com might look like a legitimate search engine, but our researchers say that this hijacker is nothing more than a browser hijacker that can get onto your PC without your permission via software bundles and replace your browser’s homepage address and new tab page address. If you use Search.searchfana.com to search the Internet, then this hijacker will show you ad-supported search results. The problem is that this hijacker can display malicious links to scammy, malware-ridden websites that can jeopardize your computer’s security. For this reason, removing this search engine is highly recommended. Read more »

EasyEmailSuite Toolbar

EasyEmailSuite Toolbar

EasyEmailSuite Toolbar might seem like a useful program at first sight. That is mostly because it is advertised as a tool that allows users to manage numerous e-mail accounts. Unfortunately, such claims are not entirely true. Malware experts working at our internal labs have conducted an in-depth analysis of this application and eventually classified it as yet another potentially unwanted program that should not be active on your PC. Such categorization has been made mostly due to the fact that this application acts in an invasive an aggressive manner. It turns out it can make unwanted and unauthorized changes to your web browser's default settings. As you can guess, such undesirable alterations will have a negative effect on the way, you experience the web. To learn more about the devious inner workings of this potentially unwanted program, make sure to read this report. Below you will find a detailed removal guide that will help you delete EasyEmailSuite Toolbar in no time at all. Read more »

Critical Vulnerability Found Popup

Critical Vulnerability Found Popup is a fake alert that will disrupt your web browsing experience. This scam will try to convince you that there is something fundamentally wrong either with your computer or your browser. There has been an increase in such fake alerts lately, and it simply proves that the tech support scams are really successful in tricking gullible users into thinking that their systems are in danger and they must purchase some tech support service. You should never pay anything to Critical Vulnerability Found Popup. In fact, you need to close your browser right now and then scan your PC with a legitimate security tool. Read more »

Driving Directions Home

Driving Directions Home

If you download Driving Directions Home yourself, you might believe that this piece of software is useful and reliable. If it enters your operating system and browsers illegally, it should become obvious that it is malicious right away. So, how did this program get in? In fact, that does not matter all that much because, in either case, Anti-Spyware-101.com malware researchers recommend removing it. It is also advised that you inspect your operating system using a trusted and up-to-date malware scanner because the chances are that some other pieces of software were installed along with the PUP. This is extremely relevant for those users who find this software installed illegally. It is important that you inspect your PC right away because you do not want to waste time on some PUP if more serious threats are running wild. Of course, in the end, all threats must be eliminated. Naturally, in this report, we focus on deleting Driving Directions Home, as well as Drivingdirectionshome.org. Read more »

Nulltica Ransomware

Nulltica Ransomware is one of the newest ransomware infections that we have come across recently on the web. This infection slithers into your computer behind your back and then it holds your computer hostage, demanding that you pay a ransom fee as soon as possible. Computer security experts recommend removing Nulltica Ransomware and then looking for ways to restore your encrypted files. It might sound discouraging because there is no public decryption tool available that would help you decrypt the files. Nevertheless, you should try out everything because there is a very good chance that you have copies of your files saved somewhere. Read more »