If you have installed the FunTabCyber extension, the suspicious Funtabcybersearch.com must have replaced your usual search provider and homepage tools. Your New Tab might have been affected as well. The add-on cannot be installed without this strange search tool, and some users might feel forced into accepting the changes. This is the main reason why users usually classify it as a browser hijacker. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com malware experts agree with that. Our experts have also found that the hijacker is very similar to such pages as Search.yourinstantrecipes.com and Search.yourinstanttelevision.com. There is no mystery here. All of these hijackers were designed by the same company, Imali Media. This company also stands behind all of the extensions that represent these hijackers, including YourInstantRecipes or YourInstantTelevision. Is it possible that these pieces of software are spread separately? Though it is possible that the hijacker is distributed separately, the extension will always represent the search tool. Our researchers recommend removing both of them, and you can learn how to delete Funtabcybersearch.com by reading this report.
Fasttoaccess.com is a browser hijacker that will try to push you into clicking unfamiliar links to unknown websites. Computer security experts believe that this practice is more annoying than dangerous, but browser hijackers present an array of security issues that cannot be ignored. They could be easily used as a tool in malware distribution schemes, and they could collect information on your web browsing habits for online marketing purposes. Therefore, to protect yourself from potential exploitation, you will do yourself a favor if you remove Fasttoaccess.com right now. Luckily, it is not a hard thing to do, so please scroll down to the bottom of this article.
Monsear.xyz is nothing more than just one more intrusive browser hijacker that needs to be removed as soon as it is detected up and running on your operating system. If you ever happen to come across this devious program, make sure to disregard any positive claims about it since often malware developers employ misleading marketing techniques to trick users into obtaining their devious piece of software without understanding how it actually works. Even though this program might be advertised as a tool that will enhance your online experience in numerous ways, you must now that is not the case. In reality, the hijacker in question will do the opposite of what it should. Basically, due to this intrusive application, your daily online experiences will be ruined in various ways. On top of that, it has been discovered that these alterations could also turn out to be the reason your operating system might be exposed to potentially dangerous web content. Do not take your chances with Monsear.xyz and remove it without any hesitation by following the instructions that we present below.
Bitcoinpay@india.com Ransomware is a dangerous infection that slithers in without your permission and encrypts your personal files using the AES-256 encryption key. Once the files are encrypted, the malicious threat displays a notification that demands you to email cyber criminals. If you do that, these criminals demand a ransom payment in return of a decryption key or decryption software. Now, if you pay the ransom, you could get your files decrypted, or you could get scammed. Both of these scenarios are possible, and so you have to be careful when making the decision, especially if the ransom requested is very big. In fact, even if the ransom fee is small, there are things to consider. Unfortunately, you will not free your files by removing Bitcoinpay@india.com Ransomware, but that, of course, does not mean that you should put up with this infection. As soon as you figure out what you want to do with your personal files, you need to delete this malicious ransomware immediately.
According to our Internet security experts, Guardware@india.com Ransomware is a highly malicious application that was designed to encrypt your personal files and demand that you pay a ransom for the decryption key in order to decrypt them. However, we recommend that you remove it instead of paying the ransom because you might not receive the decryption key once you have paid. It uses the AES-256 encryption algorithm, so its encryption method is quite strong, and our researchers say that decrypting your files using a third-party decryption tool is nearly impossible. For more information, we invite you to read this whole article.
Researchers at anti-spyware-101.com have recently detected a new malicious application known as Dharma Ransomware. As can be seen, it has been placed into the category of ransomware infections. Specialists have come to a conclusion that it should be there because it also seeks to extort users’ money like other similar threats, e.g. NMoreira Ransomware, OzozaLocker Ransomware, and Lomix Ransomware. Once it enters the computer, it scans the system to find users’ personal files and then decrypts them all so that it could later ask users to send money for the special decryption tool. In other words, Dharma Ransomware damages, probably, the most important thing users keep on their systems – the personal data. The good news is that it has no intention of ruining the Windows OS. In fact, it does not encrypt files located in %WINDIR% (the system folder) and a handful of files that have a signature of the Microsoft Corporation. Evidently, Dharma Ransomware locks files just because cyber criminals behind it want your money. Users should not pay money to cyber criminals even though it is said in the ransom note of Dharma Ransomware that the only way to decrypt files is to use the decryption tool. Continue reading to find out why specialists are against sending money to cyber crooks.
Although, not yet very popular, Searchz.co may show up in your browsers after you let a browser hijacker enter your system. Our malware researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com say that this search engine may look all very neat and professional, it may still present to you potentially unreliable web content through third-party advertising and links on the search results page. If this is not enough for you to want to remove Searchz.co from your computer, let us tell you that the presence of this threat in your browsers could easily mean that other malware infections also entered your computer along with this hijacker. This can already seriously risk your privacy and your system security. If you want to restore order on your PC, we recommend that you delete Searchz.co and all other programs that could pose a threat to you. Please read on to find out more about this infection and how you can defend your PC from similar invasions.
Tgmgo.com is a search engine, but is unreliable because it was developed by an unknown IT company and has a few undesirable features that include showing ads and promotional links in its search results and collecting information about you to tailor and personalize them. We recommend that you remove this search engine as soon as the opportunity arises because it will not provide you with a reliable search service. Instead, it will generate advertising revenue for its developers and their clients. To learn more about this questionable search engine, we kindly invite you to read this whole article.
ProductManualsFinder Toolbar is a questionable browser plugin that provides you with easy access to over 5000 different kinds of manuals. You might think that it is a good enough reason to install this new Mindspark product; however, our experience with this questionable toolbar family indicates that you are better off being more careful with this application. One of the main issues we can mention about this potentially unwanted program (PUP) is that it is not a quality program you could fully trust. Our malware researchers at anti-spyware-101.com say that it is also possible that this browser plugin presents to you potentially unreliable search results. We definitely cannot call this PUP a direct and serious threat but you need to understand that if you want to feel fully secure, you should remove ProductManualsFinder Toolbar and every other applications that might present to you the slightest virtual security-related threat. Please read our description to learn more about this potential risk source and how you can delete it from your system.