Monthly Archives: August 2019

Dragon Ransomware

Although most file-encryptors act the same, it is important to identify the specific infections that attack you. Dragon Ransomware is the threat we are discussing in this report, and when it encrypts files, it adds the “.locked” extension to their names. This tells us nothing because this extension has been used by FORMA Ransomware, Locked Ransomware, Nog4yH4n Project Ransomware, and several other malicious threats. That being said, the threat introduces itself using the ransom note file, which you are likely to find created next to the encrypted documents, photos, videos, and so on. The name of this file is “#DECRYPT_MY_FILES#.txt,” and it was created to help attackers deliver their demands in a clear way. So, what happens after your files are encrypted? That depends on your actions completely, and we have a few tips that might help you navigate this situation. Please continue reading to learn how to delete Dragon Ransomware, how to save your files, and how to secure your operating system in the future. Read more »

Pedro Ransomware

Pedro Ransomware is an ordinary ransomware infection tricks users into downloading and installing it. Of course, just because there is nothing special about this application, it doesn’t mean that it is harmless. Quite the opposite – this program can easily encrypt your files and leave you hanging. While no public decryption tool is available at the moment, it is important that you remove Pedro Ransomware from your system as soon as possible. You can find the manual removal guidelines at the bottom of this description. However, if you do not want to delete this infection manually, you can do that by acquiring a powerful security tool. Read more »


Do you want your operating system exploited in the attacks performed by cybercriminals? Of course, you do not, and that is why MedusaHTTP is the threat that you need to be very aware of. According to our malware experts at, if this infection is able to invade your operating system, that could give remote attackers greater powers to perform attacks against companies, governments, and other big targets. Surely, you do not want to be involved. Unfortunately, once this malware adds your system to the botnet – a large system of Internet-connected devices – you might be unaware of it. This is why it is important to have your system protected and updated, and why routine system scans must be performed. So, have you identified this threat already? If you have, your goal is to delete MedusaHTTP as soon as possible. Please continue reading this report to learn how to perform removal, as well as how to secure your operating system against this malware in the future. Read more » Screen Locker Screen Locker is a computer infection that looks a lot more dangerous than it actually is. It wants to pass for a ransomware infection, but it is a mere screen locker that can be closed without much difficulty. Therefore, if you encounter this threat, please do not panic.

Simply scroll down to the bottom of this entry for the manual removal instructions. It is not complicated to terminate this intruder on your own. If you do not feel like dealing with it manually, remove Screen Locker with a licensed security tool that will also protect your system from similar threats. Read more »

Banta Ransomware

Banta Ransomware is one of those annoying infections that seemingly do not appear to be special, but they can still encrypt your files and leave you hanging. If we want to mitigate the damage caused by such intruders, we have to make sure that our files are backed up either on an external hard drive or some virtual storage. You see, it is not hard to remove Banta Ransomware from the infected system, but it might be quite challenging to get all your files back. Therefore, if you need more help with file recovery, do not hesitate to address a professional. Read more »

Cetori Ransomware

Cetori Ransomware is one of those programs that you definitely wouldn’t want to encounter on your computer. As you can tell from its name, it is a ransomware infection. It means that it encrypts your files and holds them hostage until you pay a ransom fee. Needless to say, you should never spend a single cent on this infection. Look for ways to remove Cetori Ransomware from your system right now, and then do not hesitate to invest in a legitimate antispyware tool that would help you safeguard your system against various threats. Read more » acts silently, and so you might not notice this adware helper at all. Instead, you should notice advertisements because it is an adware helper, and its main task is to introduce people to ads. How does that happen? Most likely, adware – which is short for advertising-supported software – is involved, but it is also possible that the helper delivers ads using enabled notifications, or by redirecting users to ad pages from unreliable websites. If adware exists, a malware scanner will identify it, and you will be able to remove it. However, if no threats are found, but suspicious and undesirable ads keep showing up and interrupting your daily tasks, it is possible that you might have to disable some unwanted notifications. We can help you with that. Hopefully, if you follow our recommendations, you will be able to have ads from deleted permanently. If you face issues, remember that you can always contact us via the comments section below. Read more »


There are always infections that are hard to pin down. When a malicious program has an interface, it is easier to notice that it is there on your computer. However, when you get infected with the likes of BS2005, it might take a while before you even realize that something is wrong with your system.

To mitigate the damage that such infections cause, it is necessary to implement regular system scans with a reliable antispyware program. This way, you would be able to detect infections like BS2005 immediately, and then remove them no questions asked. Read more »

Grethen Ransomware

Grethen Ransomware

Grethen Ransomware is one of those malicious applications that ruins your files and then shows a note saying you must pay if you want to get them restored. The problem is that people who create such malware cannot be trusted and no matter what they say, in reality, there are no guarantees they will provide the decryption tools they promise. Thus, if you receive such a threat, you might have nothing left to do but to hope you have a backup of your most important files. To learn how it enters a system, how it works, and what to do to get rid of it, you should continue reading this article. For detailed instructions on how to erase Grethen Ransomware manually, we recommend checking the steps available below the text. Read more »

Delete Facebook Messages

Delete Facebook Messages

Delete Facebook Messages seems to be designed for Google Chrome users who have Facebook accounts. It offers a feature that is supposed to help users delete Facebook messages they no longer wish to keep, which seems a bit odd considering the social media platform and its messaging application already have such features. Moreover, besides the mentioned deletion tool for messages, the extension might change a user’s new tab page. The add-on ought to switch a user’s new tab page with a search tool of its own that we talk about further in the article. If you want to know more about this application that is considered to be a potentially unwanted program, we invite you to read the rest of this article. In case you decide to remove Delete Facebook Messages, you may want to check the instructions available below too. Read more »