Trojan.Ransomlock.R

Trojan.Ransomlock.R is a computer infection which you may know as FBI MoneyPak or Metropolitan Police Virus and others that are classified as ransomware infections. As the term ransomware implies, the Trojan is designed to obtain computer users’ money. First of all, Trojan locks the computer’s desktop and access to the Internet. Second, it displays a simulated warning supposedly sent by the police or any other regulatory body. Read more »

Aus Sicherheitsgründen wurde ihr Windowssystem blockiert Virus

Aus Sicherheitsgründen wurde ihr Windowssystem blockiert Virus

Aus Sicherheitsgründen wurde ihr Windowssystem blockiert virus is a piece of ransomware that has attacked a lot of computers in Germany and other countries. This infection possesses the same characteristics like such well-known ransomware viruses as FBI MoneyPak, Investigation Department virus and other versions that have an authentic institution given in the message of the virus in order to look more legitimate and convincing. Read more »

Bundespolizei Virus

Bundespolizei Virus

Bundespolizei Virus is one of the many Ukash infections, also known by umbrella names Paysafecard and Police viruses. The faction has been designed by cyber criminals who are set out to make profits from those living in North America and Europe. This can be determined just by looking at the multiple ransomware infections of the same kind (FBI Moneypak, Buma Stemra virus, etc.) Read more »

Trojan.Win32.Agent.azsy

Trojan.Win32.Agent.azsy is a computer infection name that appears in security notifications sent by Personal Antivirus. Personal Antivirus is a rogue antispyware application that displays false notifications about virus infections. One of these infections that Personal Antivirus warns you about is Trojan.Win32.Agent.azsy. Read more »

Spyware.IEToolbar

IEToolbar, also known as Spyware.IEToolbar, is an Internet Explorer extension which has two ways of getting into the computer’s system. The user can install it him/herself, or it can be downloaded with software and installed automatically without the consent of the user. There are different types of IEToolbar, and all of them carry the same function which is to monitor how computer users browse the Internet and to send the information collected to a third party. Read more »

Die offizielle mitteilung des bundeskriminalamtes

Die offizielle mitteilung des bundeskriminalamtes is a computer threat that is from the Ukash Virus family of ransomware infections. It targets German-speaking computer users just like BUNDESPOLIZEI. Es ist die ungesetzliche Tätigkeit enthüllt and other German versions of this infection. When a user is infected with Die offizielle mitteilung des bundeskriminalamtes, this malware does not allow the user to access Windows desktop and displays are fake warning message instead. Read more »

Nederlands Politie Virus - Buma Stemra

Nederlands Politie Virus - Buma Stemra

Ukash Virus has a lot of versions that are created to target computers operating in multiple languages. Ukash Virus turns into Nederlands Politie Virus (Buma Stemra Virus) when it infects a system that has a Dutch IP address. However, since IP address is not always determined by a location; don’t consider yourself safe from Nederlands Politie Virus if you do not live in the Netherlands. If you use a Dutch proxy, you might also be in danger of getting infected with Nederlands Politie Virus. Read more »

TrojanSPM/LX

Imaginary or nonexistent computer threats are one of the main characteristic of bogus security tools and TrojanSPM/LX is one of them. This fake infection is used by such rogue anti-spyware programs as System Tool, Live Security Platinum, System Progressive Protection and other fraudulent tools. The Trojan is presented as extremely hazardous and that it is highly advisable to update or download a full version of a program that can supposedly remove the Trojan in question. Read more »

Search.rpidity.com redirect

Search.rpidity.com redirect

Browser hijackers, like Search.rpidity.com redirect, may disrupt your browsing, corrupt your search engines and, in general, make your online activities dangerous to your own privacy. The irritating application has been found to affect the most popular Internet browsers, including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Once the hijacker is downloaded from the official website or gets secretly installed together with bundled downloads, Read more »

Federal Bureau Investigation Virus

Federal Bureau Investigation Virus

Federal Bureau Investigation Virus is a tremendously latent application that could easily infect the Windows Registry and considerably limit your system’s functionality. With the virus in action, it is possible that you will not be able to access the desktop or use your keyboard to launch such essential programs as the Task Manager. This utility could help you terminate processes and eventually delete Federal Bureau Investigation Virus; however, Read more »