Multitimer

Multitimer

If you ever encounter a program known as Multitimer, be sure to stay away from it at all times. If unfortunately, you already have this application up and running on your PC, make sure to execute its complete removal right away. Malware experts working at Anti-Spyware-101.com have categorised this piece of software as one more potentially unwanted program because it exhibits suspicious inner workings that should not be tolerated. Another reason for such classification is its questionable distribution could even prove to be dangerous in some situations.  To understand how this devious application functions, make sure to read our detailed report entirely. Also, to help you keep your operating system at all times, we include a few virtual security recommendations. Besides such information, you will find a detailed removal that will help you delete Multitimer in just a few simple steps. Read more »

Honor Ransomware

Honor Ransomware

Honor Ransomware might encipher user’s files, then rename them and replace their original extension with .honor, for example, a file called picture.jpg could turn into uqa1-.honor and so on. Unfortunately, data affected by this threat becomes unusable, and thus the user becomes unable to open it. The only way to restore enciphered files is with a decryption tool, but it does not look like the malware’s creators are offering it. Apparently, they do not drop any ransom note in which they would suggest paying for a decryption tool. Therefore, our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com advise deleting the malicious program right away. After Honor Ransomware is erased, it should be safe to transfer backup copies if the user has any. As you see the enciphered files cannot be recovered, but they can be replaced with undamaged copies of them. To find out more information about the threat we invite you to read the rest of this text, and if you need any help with its deletion, you should take a look at the removal instructions available below this report. Read more »

MusicBox Search Extension

MusicBox Search Extension

MusicBox Search is a browser application for accessing music, music videos, and full albums free of charge. The extension; however, has already been categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and can be removed from the computer by some security programs alongside more dangerous threats. The MusicBox Search extension has its official website superappbox.com, which does not provide any installer of the software. Instead, computer users can downloaded it from the Chrome Web Store. But this website is not the only source of the application.

The MusicBox Search extension could be bundled with other programs, so, if you do not remember purposely downloading and installing the application, it is highly possible that you have installed it by accident when installing some other programs. In any case, if you are reading this review, you are probably worried about the changes it has made on your browser, and our team at Anti-Spyware-101.com recommend removing this PUP so that you can restore your former browser settings. Read more »

Microsoft System Security Alert fake alert

The trademark of Microsoft has again been misused by schemers to trick users with a fake alert into thinking that the Microsoft System Security Alert is a legitimate notification. If your browser shows you a full-screen browser window containing a warning in a red background, you are dealing with another scam aimed at making you call a toll-free number. The Microsoft System Security Alert fake alert should be ignored, and closed if possible, because it is another example of social engineering. The attackers seeks to manipulate users into taking action to solve the issue presented in the warning providing misleading information. It is essential to ignore the instructions given in the fake alert, because this bogus security notification has been created to obtain from you any benefit possible. Read more »

Team Anonymous Brazil Ransomware

Team Anonymous Brazil Ransomware

There is one particular threat you need to be very careful about if you live in Brazil and use Windows, and it is called Team Anonymous Brazil Ransomware. Anti-Spyware-101.com experts have recently analyzed this infection in the internal lab, and it was found that a password capable of restoring files exists and is available for free. If you want to apply it right away, follow the removal instructions available below. If you want to learn more about the infection, we strongly recommend that you continue reading this report. You will find information about the proliferation of this infection, and you will learn all about its activity. It is also important that you read this report so that you would gain more knowledge, and, hopefully, use it to protect yourself against malware in the future. Note that there are hundreds of ransomware threats out there – including BlackRuby Ransomware or dream_dealer@aol.com Ransomware – and so you need to think about the future as well. Right now, of course, you need to focus on deleting Team Anonymous Brazil Ransomware. Read more »

'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up

If you see a 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up while browsing, it is quite possible that your PC has been compromised and malware infections has slithered on. Our malware experts at anti-spyware-101.com say that this is a new fake alert that may scam you by making you believe that you can get a "must-have" product like an iPhone X for $1 or even as a present when you buy something else. The malicious program responsible for this fake alert can also extract personal information from victims, which can be used, for example, to customize these fake alerts depending on your location and your browser. In other words, these fake alerts are indeed randomly generated fake pop-up links that can be different for users in different parts of the world. We recommend that you remove 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up immediately, before you may end up on a malicious site or infect your computer with further threats. Read more »

Google Survey Scam

Google Survey Scam

Google Survey Scam redirects the user to web pages showing fictitious surveys, lotteries, and so on. Thus, coming across this threat might put your privacy at risk. The problem is that the fake alerts could offer various rewards and so convince users into submitting their personal information. Needless to say, in reality, you will not get any rewards. On the contrary, if the cyber criminals behind this scam obtain sensitive data they could attempt to scam you. For this reason, our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com highly recommend not to submit any information or answer any questions on notifications displayed by Google Survey Scam. Instead, we advise users to close the fake alert immediately and then reset the browser. If you do not know how to get rid of the threat’s shown alerts or reset the browser, you should take a look at the instructions we will add below this article. Read more »

Firefox Defender Addon

A research team at Anti-Spyware-101.com have discovered one more fake alert, which you should be aware of at all times. It goes by the name of Firefox Defender Addon. This devious warning message, like its counterparts, is designed by cyber crooks to help them make illegal profits from unsuspecting Internet users using secure techniques. It is critical to note that this hoax warning could be prompt by a suspicious third-party application. In other situations, you could end up on a site that hosts this intrusive alert via a redirection. If you want to find out more about the inner workings of this error message, be sure to read our report in its entirety. Also, we include virtual security recommendations that will help you maintain a clean and safe operating system. Furthermore, you will find a generic removal guide that will help you delete a program related to Firefox Defender Addon without encountering any major problems. Read more »

Gl-search.com

Gl-search.com

Gl-search.com might seem like a normal and even beneficial search engine, but Anti-Spyware-101.com research team reminds that the looks are often deceptive, and that is very true for programs, apps, extensions, and other kinds of tools, including search engines. As you might know already, deceptive disguises are often used by malware, and so you need to be cautious. So, is the search engine hiding something much more dangerous and malicious? Although a malicious infection is not hidden behind this search tool, it works in a very suspicious manner, which is why our research team has decided to take a better look at it. The conclusion that is it is best to delete Gl-search.com, and you can learn all about this by reading the report. We have to warn you that there is a great possibility that the search tool – which we identify as a browser hijacker – might have slithered into your operating system along with dangerous malware. Therefore, before you jump to the removal guide, scan your operating system to check if maybe you need to worry about something much bigger and more dangerous. Read more »

Home.myflightapp.com

Home.myflightapp.com

Keeping all travelling-related links at hand may be useful if you look for new destinations on a regular basis. Home.myflightapp.com a search engines aimed at helping you book and track flights; however, this search engine is categorized as a browser hijacker by some malware researchers, who recommend removing it from the browser. The search engine is spread and set as the homepage of the browser by a browser extension named My Flight App, which is compatible with the Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer browsers. Some researchers categorize the browser extension as a potentially unwanted program (PUP).

If you do not remember installing this application or being asked to approve its installation, it is likely that you either ignored the installation process or have had the browsers hijacked surreptitiously. In any case, we suggest that you remove Home.myflightapp.com from your browsers. Read more »