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Fake Amazon Gift Card

Fake Amazon Gift Card is a scam developed by cyber crooks to make quick illegal profits from unsuspecting users. It is important to note that such scams are quite prevalent nowadays since they trick quite a few unsuspecting Internet users. That is so because they are carefully designed. It is important to note that you could encounter this invasive message in a couple of different ways. One of them is due to reckless behavior online; you might be redirected to a web page that host this scam. In other situations, it might be prompt by a suspicious third-party application, which could be up and running on your operating system. If you are keen on learning more about this fake message, and the dangers that it might impose, be sure to read our article entirely. Furthermore, we present a few virtual security tips and a generic removal guide that you should use to delete an application associated with Fake Amazon Gift Card once and for all. Read more » is a threat you may come across if you act carelessly when installing new browser extensions. That is because this browser hijacker was noticed being distributed with an add-on considered to be a potentially unwanted program. Also, it is vital to mention the application can be received only by those who use Google Chrome as neither the doubtful search engine nor the extension carrying it seems to be compatible with this browser. What’s more, our researchers at have noticed the threat might have a way to present the user with possibly malicious advertising content from unknown third parties. No doubt, clicking such material could bring you trouble, which is why we recommend not to take any chances with it and eliminate this browser hijacker. In order to help users get rid of faster we will be placing removal instructions a bit below the text, so if you require any help feel free to use them. Read more »

BrowserSafer Search Extension

BrowserSafer Search Extension is a two year-old browser extension that may still be in circulation but definitely not in official ways. Our malware experts at say that this potentially unwanted program (PUP) can also display questionable third-party ads and search results. It is very similar to another threat called GorillaPrice. This PUP may also be considered as an adware program by other malware researchers. The main problem is that this PUP can gather information about you and possibly share it with third parties only to target you with customized advertising content. However, engaging with any content this tool may display on your screen could put your system security at risk. This is why we advise you to remove BrowserSafer Search Extension as soon as possible. Please read our full report to know how you can avoid similar threats and how you can eliminate them if it is already too late for prevention. Read more »

Fairy Tail Ransomware

Fairy Tail Ransomware

A new ransomware infection that shares similarities with Cryakl Ransomware has been detected by cyber criminals. It is called Fairy Tail Ransomware because it appends a long string with .fairytail at the end to all encrypted files. Yes, this malicious application is another crypto-threat that mercilessly locks files on victims’ computers. Researchers working at have observed that the quality of this ransomware infection is low, so it is not very likely that it will become very prevalent; however, a new polished version might be developed in the near future, so users should not leave their systems unprotected, specialists say. Fairy Tail Ransomware cannot be considered prevalent, but it does not mean that users cannot encounter it. Have you already encountered this infection? If yes, you must delete it from your computer right away. If you do nothing about its presence, it is only a question of time when it locks more files on your system because it creates an entry in HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run so that it could continue doing its dirty job after the system restart. In other words, the Value it creates allows it to start working on system startup. The removal of this ransomware infection will not be very easy since it not only makes modifications in the system registry, but also copies itself to %TEMP%, but if you read this report before you go to erase this infection, you should manage to delete it manually. Read more »

Suspended Ransomware

Suspended Ransomware is a threat that can be used to encrypt your files. That is done so that the crooks behind the infection could have leverage when making their demands. The main demand, of course, is that you pay a ransom, and it is quite big – 600 USD. All in all, whether the ransom is small or big, paying it is never a good idea due to several reasons. First of all, you do not want to obey cyber criminals at all. Second, you do not want to waste your money, and that is likely to happen if you pay the ransom. Although the developer of the ransomware wants you to believe that a decryption key would be offered if you paid the ransom, that is unlikely to happen. research team warns that this is the risk that the victims of Baliluware Ransomware, Creeper Ransomware, Hrhr Ransomware, and many other similar infections face as well. Unfortunately, if your operating system was invaded by any of these threats, most likely, the only thing you can do is remove them. Do you know how to delete Suspended Ransomware? Read more »

Central Hub Radio

Central Hub Radio should not be up and running on your operating system. We highly advise you to refrain from this application at all times since it happens to be yet another potentially unwanted program. Our researchers have classified it in such a way because it exhibits suspicious and otherwise questionable functionality. As it turns out, it can make intrusive alterations to your browser's default settings without any notification or authorization. Because of that, browsing the Internet will become a much more annoying and frustrating experience, to put it mildly. In some cases, this potentially unwanted program could even prove to be quite dangerous. Learn more about its inner workings by reading the rest of this article. Furthermore, we include a few virtual security recommendations along with a detailed removal guide that you should use to delete Central Hub Radio without encountering any major problems. Read more »

Malware experts working at have discovered a dubious adware server, which goes by the name of It is important to note that being in connection with this server, could negatively affect your online sessions, to put it lightly. That is so because such server might flood your web browser with worthless third-party web content. Unfortunately, there is more to being in connection with this adware server than just annoyance. Our researchers have discovered that with its help cyber crooks might be able to use your computer's resources for mining cryptocurrencies. It is also critical to note that a questionable third-party application could initiate the suspicious connectivity. If you wish to have a better understanding of this adware server, be sure to read this article in its entirety. Also, we provide a few virtual security tips to improve your overall virtual security. Finally, we include a generic removal guide to help you delete a program associated with Read more »

Baliluware Ransomware

Baliluware Ransomware

Our researchers say Baliluware Ransomware should encipher files, but for some reason, it cannot. Apparently, it identifies targeted data, for example, pictures, text documents, and so on, but it fails to encrypt them. What’s more, our researchers at say the infection might show various messages that do not make sense. For anyone who infects the system with Baliluware Ransomware, we advise not to pay any attention to the displayed warning and concentrate on how to erase the malware. Fortunately, there are a couple of different ways to do so and further in the article, we will talk about these options more as well as the malicious program’s working manner. In fact, just slightly below the text, we will add instructions for manual deletion, so if you feel up to such a task, we encourage you to slide below and check them out. Read more »


If you can locate Servime.exe in the Windows folder, or you see an unknown process named Servime.exe in Task Manager, this is a clear sign that you have a malicious application installed on your computer. Specifically speaking, you have a Trojan miner active on your computer. These are threats that mine cryptocurrencies using victims’ CPU power. Of course, they do that without their knowledge. Just like similar Trojan infections, they also enter users’ computers without permission in most cases, they do not have program windows, and, finally they perform all their activities in the background, so it is not surprising that users find out about the entrance of the cryptocurrency miner after some time. In most cases, users first notice that their computers have become extremely sluggish and, because of this, they cannot perform certain activities using them. Do not worry; everything will get back to normal once you fully erase the Trojan miner from your computer. We cannot promise that this will be easy because the Servime.exe cryptocurrency miner might have more than one malicious component. We know that Servime.exe is one of them – it can be found in the Windows folder, as mentioned at the beginning of this paragraph; however, it is unclear where it has placed its other files and how they are named. Either way, you must delete this infection from your system as soon as possible because it will not remove itself from your computer, we can assure you. Read more »

Creeper Ransomware

If you have found your personal files with the .creeper extension, this is an indication that Creeper Ransomware has entered your system. This threat is a typical ransomware-type infection whose only purpose is to make users pay money to cyber criminals. Because of this, it mercilessly locks files on victims’ computers once it infiltrates them. This threat does not ask permission to enter users’ PCs and make changes on them, but it does not hide either, so you will discover that your files have a new extension and can no longer be accessed soon. To tell you the truth, we cannot promise that you could unlock these files because free decryption software is not available. Purchasing a decryption key from cyber criminals behind this ransomware infection is not an option either. Never pay money to cyber criminals because they only want your money. Consequently, they might forget their promises to you the second they get what they want, i.e. your money. No matter what your final decision is, you must delete the ransomware infection as soon as possible. Specialists say that Creeper Ransomware is not one of those infections that start working on system startup, but if you ever open its launcher, it will start working again and your all new files will become encrypted in no time. Read more »