Kill Alphashoppers Ads as a browser extension for Google Chrome that our security experts have classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and suggest that you remove it because its primary goal is to show you annoying advertisements. It might get onto your PC accidentally because its developers distribute it using several methods. Some of these methods are more deceptive and can install this program on your PC without your knowledge. However, there is no conclusive evidence that Kill Alphashoppers Ads is actually malicious. Still, you ought to be careful because it comes from an unknown developer.
Advance System Care is yet another questionable application that claims to “clean, optimize, and speed up your PC”; however our malware specialists at anti-spyware-101.com has found that the free version of this software simply tries to push you quite aggressively to buy the full version. We have labeled this application as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) because it may not be as useful and effective as it promotes itself. In fact, this PUP is very similar to other PC optimizers, including Super System Optimizer, SystemKeeperPro, and System Care. The truth is that you cannot really trust the system scans this PUP may display since it is possible that most of it is just made up to convince you about buying the full product to be able to fix some alleged system errors. Since this questionable application may enter you system in a bundled version and may bring other, more serious threats on board, we suggest that you remove Advance System Care as well as all related potentially risky programs.
Nhtnwcuf Ransomware is a newly discovered malware that every Internet users should avoid at all times. It is yet another file-encrypting application, which could cause loads of damage if you store a lot of sensitive or otherwise important data on your personal computer. Cyber criminals use ransomware programs as a source of illegal income by fooling naive Internet users into paying huge ransoms for procedures that are not needed and sometimes are not even delivered. Due to the fact that the majority of users infect their operating system with this and other malicious programs, we provide a few virtual security tips that you must take to keep your PC clean of this or any other malicious program. To learn in detail about overall functionality of Nhtnwcuf Ransomware, make sure to read the rest of this report. We also present comprehensive removal instructions that you should use to remove this malicious application once and for all.
Notblocked.biz is a devious adware server, which is notorious for its unwanted online content. Users that see excessive amounts of ads or pop-ups powered by it must know that it signifies the fact that their operating system is infected with some dubious program that maintains connectivity to the server in question and so keeps the flow of unwanted content. It goes without saying such interruptions will make surfing the web a much more annoying and frustrating task, and that is not even the worst thing about all of this. Our research has revealed that content provided by Notblocked.biz could be quite dangerous as well since it could prove to be the primary reason devious programs might enter your operating system without major inconveniences. In this article, we provide further information regarding this suspicious adware server with instructions that will help you break the potentially malicious connectivity once and for all.
PubHotspot is a newly created adware application that may display questionable advertisements on the user’s Internet Explorer browser. According to our specialists at Anti-spyware-101.com the program was developed by the same company that brought us another adware known as BabyMegs. Just like the mentioned tool PubHotspot could also advertise unreliable third-party websites. These sites could try to collect your private information or might suggest you install more doubtful tools. Under such circumstances, it would be advisable to get rid of these ads before anything goes wrong. The only way to stop the adware from showing you such content is to remove it from the computer. There is nothing to worry if you do not know how to do this since the instructions below the text will guide you through the process. However, to learn more about the program, we urge you to read the article first.
Malware researchers spotted a new ransomware infection Gc47 Ransomware on the 7th of March, 2017. There is no information about the developers of this malicious application available, but specialists are sure that it has been created on the basis of the source code of an open-source ransomware called Hidden Tear. It is one of these ransomware-type threats which slither onto computers with the intention of encrypting users’ personal files. The only reason it acts the way it does is to obtain money from users. Because of this, it scans the machine after the successful entrance and then encrypts files using the AES-256 encryption algorithm. Users can be sure that Gc47 Ransomware is inside their systems if they have noticed the message box “Error Code, <41362>” or “You need to upgrade your windows!” before finding all personal files encrypted. Even though this computer infection executes the command cmd.exe /C choice /C Y /N /D Y /T 1 & Del and deletes its own executable file once it finishes doing its main job, i.e. encrypting users’ files, it does not mean that users do not need to do anything. According to researchers at anti-spyware-101.com, a malicious file users have launched is still located in some kind of folder on the affected computer, so users need to find and delete it. It is a must to do that because it might be opened accidentally again. This would result in the encryption of personal data once more.
At first glance, Newsonly.info may look like a useful news portal page, but the truth is that this domain belongs to a browser hijacker. A browser hijacker is a type of computer security threat that focuses on financial profits and does not care about content security. It usually enters your system without your permission, or it tricks you into thinking that you are installing something else. If your default homepage was changed to this portal, it is time you remove Newsonly.info from your system and then look for other unsolicited applications. The Murphy’s Law with these types of things is that potentially unwanted programs do not travel alone.
If you have noticed a sudden chance of your web browser's default settings, you should know that it could be the doing of a program known as Movie Goat Default Search. Our research team has classified it as one more intrusive browser hijacker because it is fully capable of making unwanted and invasive changes without requiring any authorization whatsoever. This will make surfing the web on a daily basis an annoying and frustrating task; what is even worse, is the fact that it could subject your operating system to suspicious and even potentially malicious web content. In a worst case scenario such exposure could result in a system infection. Such functionality of Movie Goat Default Search should not be tolerated under any circumstances. If you ever discover it active on your computer, make sure to remove it by following comprehensive instructions below.
Enjey Crypter Ransomware is another file-encrypting application similar to threats like Crysis Ransomware. It is reported the malware should be distributed via Spam emails, so users have to watch out for suspicious attachments coming from unknown sources. If you opened such a file by mistake and the computer got infected with this malicious program, we urge you to learn more about it by reading this report. In the article, we will discuss both the threat’s working manner and its removal. Plus, to make it easier for users to erase Enjey Crypter Ransomware manually we are placing deletion instructions just below the text, so you can simply slide below if you want to get rid of the infection as fast as possible. However, if the process seems to be a bit too complicated for you to handle, you should better use a reliable antimalware tool instead.
Malicious software analysts at Anti-spyware-101.com have recently tested a ransomware called Redants Ransomware. It is a highly malicious computer infection that you ought to remove because it can encrypt your files with an advanced encryption algorithm and then drop a text file that might be a ransom note. However, it appears that this program is still in development, so some of it is incomplete, and the other half is semi-functional. Still, its full version might soon come out, and it is important for everyone to know what they are dealing with. The test version was distributed at some point, so if your PC has become infected with it, then we invite you to read this whole article.