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Votre fournisseur d'accès à Internet est bloqué Virus

Votre fournisseur d'accès à Internet est bloqué Virus

As soon as you find your PC locked with a warning forwarded by the Ministère de L’intérieur, scan the PC for Votre fournisseur d'accès à Internet est bloqué Virus. This clandestine Windows infection should be removed from the PC as soon as possible because schemers have designed it in order to lure out your money. Even though it may seem as if your computer has been blocked by the French Ministry of Interior, you should not fall for the scam. The same trick has been applied by schemers behind Ministere de L'interieur Virus, Votre Ordinateur Est Bloqué Virus, Attention! L'ordinateur a été verrouillé Virus and other clandestine ransomware infections. Needless to say, these infections are targeted at those Windows users who live in France. If you meet the criteria and your personal system has already been infected, we suggest you remove Votre fournisseur d'accès à Internet est bloqué Virus as soon as possible. Read more »

Movies Toolbar

Movies Toolbar is a browser plugin that provides you instant access to new movie news, trailers, reviews and so on. This toolbar is related to Bandoo Media and it may prove to be a useful browser add-on, but more often than not Movies Toolbar is considered to be a potentially unwanted program. That is so, because the toolbar often comes bundled with freeware and users think they are tricked into installing it. Read more » is a domain that is promoted by Gadgetbox, which is a desktop program. The application features a lot of functions – you can play Sudoku, consult a Magic 8 ball, use a calculator, and so on. Nevertheless, Gadgetbox installs a browser add-on which alters the home page and search engine of Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. If you think that the has been set as your default home page and search provider without your consent, try to remember what computer applications you have installed recently. And the next time you launch an installer, do not forget to read the information about the application. Read more »



Gadgetbox is a computer application which is supposed to help you access all the computer programs you may need. Once you install the application, a Gadgetbox icon appears on the screen. The application allows the user to use calculator, Magic 8 ball, and other tools. We recommend that you remove Gadgetbox as this application can change the settings of your browsers. Read more » presents itself as a search engine and a browser plugin for students. Supposedly it teaches web research skills to educators and students. The website itself cannot be considered a computer threat, but it definitely is related to a number of security issues you should better avoid. Since this website makes use of cookies and displays third party advertisements, there is a chance for you to get infected with malware just by browsing the web via Therefore, you are strongly recommended to remove from your browser and computer along with all the other potentially dangerous programs. Do take your system security seriously. Read more »

DivX Toolbar

DivX Toolbar is yet another Conduit community toolbar available from Our researchers have discovered that even though an official DivX browser bar exists, most users face the one represented with the Cool2 name. What is the purpose of this toolbar? Surely, you can customize it to provide easy-access links to any of your favorite websites; however, the main purpose of the program is to advertise the Conduit search tools. These provide supported ads, which may aggravate reliable and secure web browsing. Even though the toolbar is not a browser hijacker, many computer users believe that it distributes potentially unwanted programs which are difficult to remove. Our spyware researchers have analyzed the program and have prepared reliable removal instructions. Read more »



Delta-Homes is a browser hijacker that changes your home page address and the default search engine to Although the website itself is not malicious, you are strongly advised to remove Delta-Homes from your computer and restore your default browser settings immediately. The problem is that, even though the website itself may not be extremely dangerous, there are a variety of security risks related to this infection. The most dangerous thing about Delta-Homes is that could be indirectly responsible for malware infection. It means that you need to remove Delta-Homes from your PC if you want to avoid any potential security risk. Read more »

Live Player 3.2 Toolbar

Live Player 3.2 Toolbar is a browser extension that is supposed to help you stream live TV broadcast, SHOUTCast videos and Radio. This plugin is supposed to turn your PC into your personal multimedia center. However, despite the fact that Live Player 3.2 Toolbar may seem useful at first glance, security experts recommend removing this application from your PC the sooner the better. The problem is that, despite being a genuine browser plugin, Live Player 3.2 Toolbar also is considered a potentially unwanted program, because it may be indirectly responsible for malware infection. Scroll down to the bottom of this article for manual Live Player 3.2 Toolbar removal instructions. Read more »

Doctor Antivirus

Not having a reliable antispyware tool, you will not be able to fight Doctor Antivirus off, because this phony program is able to sneak into a computer’s system unnoticed and without a user’s knowledge. Once in, the rogue employs various scare tactics to push unsuspecting users into purchasing a non-functional supposedly licensed version, which is said to remove the threats found on the PC. Read more »

Digstar Search

Digstar Search may seem like a beneficial and fun search engine; however, you need to be extra careful with the home page and search provider changes within your Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. No, the search tool cannot switch your home page to without your consent; however, some computer users claim that the changes can be quite confusing. For example, if you click the offered pop-up to apply a search provider on IE, you then are asked to change your home page as well. According to researchers, the suggestions do not provide links to the Privacy Policy of the search engine which is quite suspicious and you should be careful. Read more »