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Adylkuzz Crypto-Miner

Adylkuzz Crypto-Miner is a cryptocurrency miner which is dropped on users’ computers by a Trojan infection Adylkuzz. Because of this, users usually do not know anything about its entrance on their systems. Although it is not an easy task to find out about the presence of Adylkuzz Crypto-Miner, it is still possible to find out whether or not it is installed on the system. According to specialists working at, users who have an active currency miner on their PCs might notice that their computers are running slow. Additionally, their Internet connection speed might decrease considerably because this infection connects to the Internet periodically. Needless to say, it will not share a cent with you, and it will not act beneficially, so its removal is necessary. The Adylkuzz Crypto-Miner removal will surely not be a piece of cake because it not only makes modifications in the system registry, but also creates several new files on affected computers. Evidently, it is not an ordinary application users can easily eliminate from their PCs whenever they want. Read more »


ServerTest is not an application that you want to find active on your personal computer. That is so because this program has been classified as one more browser hijacker. If, unfortunately, you already have this intrusive piece of software up and running on your PC, make sure to execute its complete removal right away. Only by doing so will you be able to restore the settings of your web browser that were altered by this hijacker without your consent. While devious alterations are annoying and will change the way you experience the web in a negative manner, you must be aware of the fact that this program could also be a major virtual threat. That is so because it could provide access to other questionable application into your operating system. To understand how this could happen and how you can delete ServerTest completely, make sure to read the rest of our report. Read more »

If you notice that the home page of your browsers changes to a search page like, you should always double-check what you are up against. Our malware specialists at say that this is indeed a browser hijacker that comes from a notorious family that is also responsible for dozens of other infections, including and This hijacker can collect information about you and introduce you to potentially unreliable customized content through the search results it may show. Right now it seems that the web server is down because this search engine does not display any results whatsoever. Still, since most of the other hijackers from this family appear to be working, it is possible that this is just temporary. In any case, we advise you to remove from your computer because it is just not safe to have it on board. Read more »

Browser hijackers are one of the most prevalent threats these days. They are developed every day, and it is not going to change soon. is a new product of bad people/disreputable companies. Although it has an interface of a legitimate search tool and, at first glance, seems to be quite useful, the truth is that it is nothing more than a browser hijacker. It has been classified as a browser hijacker because it hijacks users’ browsers after the successful infiltration. In most cases, it sets a new website, i.e. as a homepage only, but if you have noticed a new website in the place of your default search tool too, this is another sign indicating that the browser has successfully sneaked onto your system. Remove it from browsers as soon as possible despite the fact that it reminds of a legitimate search provider. Letting it stay set on browsers and using it to search for the information on the web might result in a bunch of problems, so doing nothing would be a sin. Continue reading this article and see for yourself that the search tool which has appeared on browsers after the entrance of a browser hijacker has more drawbacks than benefits. Read more »

Fucked Ransomware

Fucked Ransomware

Fucked Ransomware is a ransomware infection named after the extension it appends to files after encrypting files stored on systems it affects. Although it is known to be a ransomware infection which locks files without the possibility of getting them back easily, specialists say that it should not cause problems to many users because it has originally been developed for testing purposes and it is not actively spread. Because of this, researchers working at believe that there should not be many victims of this computer infection. Of course, theoretically, bad people might start spreading it in the future with the intention of getting easy money too. If it ever happens that this ransomware infection shows up on your computer, delete it as soon as possible. The version of Fucked Ransomware our specialists have tested do not even leave a ransom note, i.e. it does not demand a ransom, and users cannot get a key for unlocking their files even if they are ready to spend money on it. If you are reading this article after some time because an updated version of Fucked Ransomware which demands money and leaves a ransom note on Desktop has slithered onto your computer, we have the same piece of advice for you – delete it and do not even think about sending money to cyber criminals. According to specialists, it is the worst thing victims of this ransomware infection can do. Read more »

If your browser loads and then redirects you to other questionable web pages or injects suspicious third-party advertising content, you are probably dealing with a browser hijacker. Researchers say users might accidentally receive it via bundled installation files. The main reason it is recommendable to get rid of it as soon as possible is because may introduce you to possibly malicious content that could put at risk the computer or your privacy. Naturally, we urge our readers to eliminate the threat if they want to keep their system secure or simply do not want to be redirected to this web page anymore. To help you erase the browser hijacker faster, our specialists at made a removal guide showing how to delete it manually; you can find at the end of the text. Read more »

InternetSpeedRadar Toolbar

InternetSpeedRadar Toolbar

InternetSpeedRadar Toolbar will come forth promising to improve your web browsing experience, providing you with some particular function. However, we believe that quite often users do not know what they bargain for when they install this browser extension on their computers. Therefore, we have compiled a manual removal guide that will help you delete InternetSpeedRadar Toolbar from your system if you did not intend to have it on-board.

Even if you think you should tolerate this application, we would like to advise you against it because you can never know what malevolent third parties could make use of this application. And your system’s security should be one of your top priorities. Read more »