Fedsit.com Redirect

You have to be cautious about Fedsit.com Redirect because this adware server is unlikely to redirect you to reliable and reputable sites. On the contrary, it is likely to expose you to sites that promote unreliable content, including the installers of malware, adware, or PUPs, misleading surveys and prize giveaways, and bogus subscription or shopping offers. If you interact with this content, you are likely to invite malware and intrusive data-trackers, as well as disclose personally identifiable data. Furthermore, you could be tricked into wasting money on products and services that are not worth it. As you can tell, Anti-Spyware-101.com malware research team is very worried about this redirector, and it is extremely important to do whatever it takes to get rid of it. It is possible that a malicious infection is linked to this redirector in one way or another, in which case, of course, you need to remove it first. Hopefully, this report provides you with enough information to help you delete Fedsit.com Redirect-related infections. Read more »

TheTabSearch

TheTabSearch

TheTabSearch is a potentially unwanted program you could encounter after downloading an extension known as Search Extension by TheSearchTab. According to our specialists at Anti-spyware-101.com the mentioned tool might be distributed with the help of malicious software installers that the add-on could be bundled with. It is also important to say the software is currently compatible just with Google Chrome browser, so users surfing the Internet with different browsing applications may not encounter it. For users who would like to learn more about this potentially unwanted program, we encourage you to read the rest for the text, although if you would rather get rid of TheTabSearch, we recommend following the removal instructions we placed at the end of this report. Read more »

Zuahahhah Ransomware

Zuahahhah Ransomware

A new ransomware infection, a variant of Crypt888 has been recently detected by malware researchers. It has received the name Zuahahhah Ransomware. It has been classified as ransomware not without reason, of course. Research conducted by specialists working at anti-spyware-101.com has clearly shown that it encrypts files. Although it locks files like all other ransomware infections do, it is impossible to purchase the decryption tool at the time of writing. This suggests that cyber criminals behind this ransomware infection do not seek to obtain money from victims at the time of writing. Of course, everything might change soon. Do not worry too much if you encounter the same version analyzed by our malware researchers, i.e. the version that does not offer to purchase a decryptor and does not contain any information about the decryption of files because a free decryption tool exists and can be downloaded from the web. You must, of course, delete the ransomware infection before you use the free decryptor because it might be encrypted and thus become useless. The last paragraph of this article focuses on the removal of the ransomware infection. Read more »

Globallysearch.com

Globallysearch.com

If your browser’s homepage, new tab page, and/or search provider have been replaced by Globallysearch.com, then we want to inform you that your computer has been infected with a browser hijacker. This search engine is dedicated to replacing search-related settings in order to present you with ad-supported search results that generate revenue for its developers. Furthermore, it can also collect information about you to show targeted ads that are supposed to be more appealing and relevant. Therefore, Globallysearch.com only serves the interests of its creators and not its users and, therefore, you ought to remove it. This article goes in-depth about this hijacker, so if you have been affected by it, see the information presented below. Read more »

Gg Ransomware

Gg Ransomware

Gg Ransomware is one more file-encrypting application that is roaming the web nowadays. It might sound redundant, but staying away from this program or its counterparts is critical. Users that might not know much about malicious applications classified as ransomware must be aware of the fact that they are crafted by cyber criminals for a particular reason - to make illegal profits from unsuspecting users. The scheme is rather simple. Once the devious program enters the user's operating system, it encrypts a large number of files and then asks for a ransom. To learn more about the functionality of this malicious program, be sure to read the rest of this detailed article. Additionally, our malware experts have combined a few virtual security tips that will help you avoid intrusive programs, and so maintain a secure operating system at all times. If unfortunately, your PC is already running Gg Ransomware in question, be sure to use the removal guide below to delete it once and for all. Read more »

AbridorPDF

AbridorPDF

AbridorPDF might look like it has something to do with PDF documents, but we assure that this is just a disguise. Our security experts have tested it and found that its only feature is to replace Google Chrome’s new tab page and search provider with another search engine that we have previously classified as a browser hijacker. Therefore, researchers regard AbridorPDF as a potentially unwanted program and, thus, you should remove it because it does nothing useful and can only inject a malicious search engine into your browser. Read more »

MoonCryptor Ransomware

MoonCryptor Ransomware

MoonCryptor Ransomware is one more devious program that should never be fully active on your personal computer. We urge you to do so because it can act in an incredibly malicious manner. The devious application in question, like a lot of other ones of this classification, is fully capable of encrypting vast amounts of data on the affected computer. As you can imagine, such functionality could have devastating outcomes, to put it lightly. To have a better understanding how a ransomware program functions, make sure to read the rest of this report. Besides such information, we provide a few virtual security recommendations that will allow you to maintain a fully secure operating system at all times. Finally, we present a detailed removal guide that you must use to delete MoonCryptor Ransomware once and for all if you ever happen to find it active on your operating system. Read more »

Ikasutmi

Cyber security experts at Anti-spyware-101.com have tested Ikasutmi and come to the conclusion that it is a highly unreliable browser extension because it is forced upon you by a malicious website. This application in no longer available, however, but if you already have it on your browser, then you ought to remove it for your computer’s security’s sake. Nothing is known about this extension other than that it was disseminated employing dishonest tactics, but it may have been used for showing advertisements or changing your browser’s homepage or not tab page to a different search engine. The bottom line is that this application is next to useless now, and if you want to find out more about it, then please read this article. Read more »

Findyourtermsearch.com

Findyourtermsearch.com

Findyourtermsearch.com is one of the many browser hijackers that have been created to redirect unsuspecting users to affiliated websites. Browser hijackers, in general, are not extremely dangerous or malicious. They are more annoying than anything else. If you happen to have this program on your computer, you should remove Findyourtermsearch.com immediately.

This description will tell you more about these types of intruders, and you will also find the manual removal instructions below. Please do everything you can to protect your system from potential threats. If you need more help with it, do not hesitate to contact us by leaving a comment. Read more »

BizarreHall

BizarreHall

BizarreHall is a new browser extension that could possibly put your system security at risk. In fact, our malware specialists at anti-spyware-101.com say that this tool is virtually identical to Polimva and a few more potentially unwanted programs (PUP) that have surfaced lately, coming from the same creators. Although this extension offers you viral content in two clicks, it also installs a questionable search engine that could expose you to potentially unreliable third-party advertisements and links that are promoted by this PUP. This tool may not enter your system alone, which could mean multiple threats on your system right now. If you do not want to infect your computer further or become the next victim of an awful online scam, we suggest that you remove BizarreHall from your browser as the first step towards a clean system. Please read on for more details. Read more »