Cerber Ransomware

Cerber Ransomware

Cerber Ransomware is a devious Windows infection that enters your operating system using clandestine methods. Whether this program slithers in via a corrupted spam email attachment or gets downloaded by a malicious installer, it will hide itself until all of your personal files are encrypted. If this malicious infection successfully encrypts your personal files, it can proceed to demand a ransom from you. According to our research, at the moment, this ransom is 1.24 BTC, which is around 507 USD or 463 EUR. Every user is given 7 days to make the payment, and, if the payment is not made, the ransom supposedly rises to 2.48 BTC (~1014 USD/925 EUR). Note that the Bitcoin currency is quite unstable and the currency ratios fluctuate frequently. All in all, the sums are high, and it is unlikely that many victims have this kind of money lying around. Unfortunately, at the moment, it is impossible to decrypt personal files in other ways, which means that paying the ransom might be the only way to regain control over your files. Of course, this does not change the fact that you must remove Cerber Ransomware. Read more »

Epor Ransomware

Epor Ransomware

Epor Ransomware appends the .epor extension to the files that it enciphers. Thus, you can tell whether you have this infection on your device by looking at the titles of your photos, documents, and other personal files targeted by this malicious application. As a result, files become locked and cannot be opened. If you want to know more about what happens if you receive this vicious threat, we invite you to read our full report. At the end of it, you can also find our deletion instructions that explain how users who wish to delete Epor Ransomware can do so manually. The process might be tricky, which is why we recommend employing a legitimate antimalware tool that could eliminate the malicious application for you. Read more »

VideosSearches

VideosSearches

Perhaps you downloaded VideosSearches by accident. Perhaps you wanted a more advanced search tool, and you thought that you could get it with this extension. In either case, it is not helpful, and it is not even reliable. Our recommendation is that you delete this extension, but, of course, you can make up your own mind about it. All you have to do is read this report and decide whether the extension is a PUP – potentially unwanted program – or a harmless piece of software that brings you beneficial services. Since you have found this VideosSearches removal guide, we assume that you already have your reasons to get rid of this extension, but perhaps we can offer you new insight and information. We also can answer your questions. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team analyzed the suspicious extension, and now they can answer all questions related to it. Read more »

Consciousness Ransomware

Consciousness Ransomware

Consciousness Ransomware is a malicious application that might encrypt files available on an infected device. Our researchers say that if the malware encrypts files, they should be marked with the. consciousness extension, for example, roses.jpg.consciousness. However, the tool might not encrypt anything, as our researchers came across a variant that only displayed a ransom note. You can learn more about the malware and the note it should show if you read the rest of this article. If you want to learn how the threat could be erased, you could check the instructions available at the end of this article. They show how to look for the malicious application’s data and how to erase it manually. Of course, the malware can be removed with a legitimate antimalware tool too. All you have to do is pick a reliable tool and do a full scan of your system. Read more »

Energy Ransomware

Energy Ransomware

Energy Ransomware is a regular computer infection that can easily lock up your files. This program was designed to hold your files hostage until you contact the people behind it and pay the ransom fee. However, paying the ransom would not solve anything because you would only allow these criminals to create more programs that would terrorize other users worldwide.

Follow the guidelines below to get rid of Energy Ransomware, and don’t forget to invest in a licensed security application that would help you protect your system from other similar programs. Your system’s security should be one of your top priorities. Read more »

Aieou Ransomware

Aieou Ransomware

It has been proven many times before that acting carelessly can lead to the invasion of malware. Aieou Ransomware is a malicious infection that you might be tricked into executing when you open files and links sent via spam emails, or when you download files and programs presented via unreliable file-sharing websites. In general, if your system is not protected, it is automatically vulnerable, and all kinds of actions could open security backdoors, through which cybercriminals can drop malware easily. So, if you are currently trying to delete Aieou Ransomware, note that the elimination of this threat is not the only problem you have. You also need to figure out how to secure your operating system. Do not worry if you think you have a lot to deal with. In fact, securing your system and removing malware can be done simultaneously. Are you interested in that? Keep reading to learn about the findings of our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, and do not hesitate to use the comments section if you have questions. Read more »

ConverterSearchTool

ConverterSearchTool

You probably wouldn’t want to have an unfamiliar program on-board, and if something like ConverterSearchTool appears on your Chrome browser, you will probably be taken by surprise. However, there’s no need to panic because this app is not a malicious infection. You can also remove ConverterSearchTool from your computer without too much effort. Scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual removal instructions. If you want to be sure that you get rid of all the unwanted apps and files, you can also scan your system with a security tool and use it to delete other unwanted programs. Read more »

V3JS Ransomware

V3JS Ransomware

V3JS Ransomware is a malicious application that shows a warning with a picture of a skull. The malware does so after encrypting all victims’ images, text files, and data alike. As a result, the files that get encrypted become unusable. According to the threat’s ransom note, they can still be restored if a user pays a ransom, but you cannot be sure that it will happen. In other words, you could be tricked. Naturally, if you do not trust the malware’s creators and worry that they could deceive you, we advise you not to pay the ransom but concentrate on the malicious application’s deletion. To learn more about it, you could read our full article. Also, you may want to check the instructions available at the end of this article as they show how to remove V3JS Ransomware manually. Read more »

CC1H Ransomware

CC1H Ransomware

CC1H Ransomware belongs to the Globe Imposter Ransomware family. It means that the application is one of many that were based on the mentioned threat, and, as a result, it works very similarly. To learn more about its behavior and what to expect if you receive it, we invite you to read the rest of this article. For users who came here to learn how to delete CC1H Ransomware, we can offer our removal instructions available at the end of the text. They show how users might be able to erase the threat manually. It might not be an easy task even with the help of our recommended steps, in which case, we advise employing a legitimate antimalware tool that would help you get rid of the malicious application faster. If you have any questions, you can leave us a message in the comments area available below. Read more »

Essevidechar.club

Essevidechar.club

Essevidechar.club is an adware server that might introduce you to this message: “Find where to stream anything, anywhere. No Ads. No Downloads. No Signup. Clicking “Allow” grants you full access to an Extensive TV & Movies Catalog. Click on “Allow” to browse the details of Thousands of the best streaming titles from your New Tab.” If you face such a message, you might assume that its purpose is to introduce you to a seemingly attractive streaming service. In reality, its purpose is to convince you to activate ads. The “Allow” button that you are instructed to click actually enables notifications, not streaming from your New Tab, and once notifications by this adware server are enabled, you will not be able to stop the flood of advertisements even if you only visit trusted, ad-free websites. The same techniques have been applied by Shamdisting.club, Clickstar.club, and numerous other adware servers. Luckily, we have experience, and we can show you how to delete unwanted extensions. The guide below shows how to remove Essevidechar.club extensions specifically. Read more »

Shamdisting.club

Shamdisting.club

Have you ever been asked to click a button to identify yourself or confirm your wish to access some content? Shamdisting.club bets on that. This adware server can use a message like “Please tap the Allow button to continue” to trick you into enabling notifications that are not useful or reliable. Have you ever enabled notifications that came from well-known websites? Well, these are two completely different things because reliable websites can present useful notifications. The adware server, on the other hand, presents ads. Does the idea of facing multiple suspicious ads excite you? We doubt that it does, and it is more likely that you want to remove Shamdisting.club notifications as soon as possible. The good news is that removing them is not that big of a deal. If it is not a big deal, perhaps you can ignore or even trust the shown ads as well? That is not the case. Continue reading to learn exactly why we recommend deleting these ads/notifications, and why interacting with them could be extremely dangerous. Read more »