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.myjob File Extension Ransomware

.myjob File Extension Ransomware

When .myjob File Extension Ransomware slithers in and corrupts your personal files, it adds an additional extension to their original names: “id-{id}.[goodjob24@foxmail.com].myjob.” This extension includes a unique code that is given to every victim individually. It also includes an email address, about which we talk further in this report. Finally, it includes a final extension, “.myjob,” and this is where the name of the threat comes from. Needless to say, files are encrypted only after the malicious infection finds its way into an operating system. To slither in, its creator might employ misleading emails to trick victims into executing malware themselves. They could also exploit known vulnerabilities. In any case, when this infection slithers in, you will notice it. Besides attaching the unique extension to the corrupted files, it also creates files and launches a window to deliver a message. We suggest paying no attention to it because you need to focus on deleting .myjob File Extension Ransomware. Of course, note that your files will NOT be restored if you remove this malware. Read more »

PBot

PBot is an adware program that is sometimes hard to pinpoint. It is an old release, but it wouldn’t be surprising if we were to find it somewhere out there, collecting information on user’s web browsing habits. Although adware is not a direct computer security threat, it can still cause multiple security issues, and that is why you should remove PBot from your computer as soon as possible. If you are not sure whether you have this adware on-board or not you can perform a full system scan with a powerful antispyware tool. Read more »

Scarab-Ukrain Ransomware

Scarab-Ukrain Ransomware is a malicious infection from the Scarab Ransomware family. There are multiple programs in this group, and they often target a specific user group. Judging from the name of this infection, we can assume that Scarab-Ukrain Ransomware targets users in Ukraine. However, you have to remember that malware doesn’t recognize national borders. It means that Scarab-Ukrain Ransomware could reach anyone out there, and you have to be ready to fight it. Scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual removal instructions, and do not forget to get yourself a licensed antispyware tool that would help you with other malware removal. Read more »

sebastiennolet92@gmail.com Ransomware

sebastiennolet92@gmail.com Ransomware

Sebastiennolet92@gmail.com Ransomware is one of those dangerous infections that come under several different names. We know for sure that this program is also known as the MoWare H.F.D Ransomware infection. Therefore, the removal instructions we have discussed in our article about MoWare H.F.D Ransomware can be applied to Sebastiennolet92@gmail.com Ransomware, as well.

However, despite the fact that this program doesn’t bring anything new to us, it doesn’t mean we should take it lightly. It is still a dangerous infection that can encrypt your files, and thus, the sooner you remove Sebastiennolet92@gmail.com Ransomware from your computer, the better. Read more »

Delphimorix Red Ransomware

Delphimorix Red Ransomware

Delphimorix Red Ransomware is a tremendously vicious infection, and it looks like it was created for the sole purpose of destroying Windows users’ files. Unlike most threats of this kind, it appears that it was not created to make any money for the attackers. Of course, a ransom price is set, but it is ridiculous. At the time of research, it was set at 999,999.5 Bitcoin, which is around 8,000,000,000 US Dollars. Needless to say, this is not the kind of money that anyone would be willing to give. Even multibillion dollar companies and governments could not cough up that much. It seems like the attackers just entered a random number without even expecting the ransom to be paid. Truth be told, even if the ransom was $10, we would not recommend paying it. Nonetheless, the risk would be much smaller. Even though there might be no point in discussing the demands of cyber criminals, we certainly need to discuss the removal of Delphimorix Red Ransomware. If you continue reading, you will learn how to delete this threat. Read more »

Game Jungle

Game Jungle

Do you like playing games online? If you do, Game Jungle is an extension that might catch your eye. This extension is offered for Google Chrome users, and, according to the information that is presented on the Chrome web store – the application can be found at chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/game-jungle/ecihmmgjchcokdfbpinfokhambbbodpo – it can help find free versions of various games. Needless to say, an offer like that can seem very attractive. Well, our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team identifies it as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and that certainly is not because of the promises this extension makes. Our researchers claim that the extension is used as decoy to expose users to unreliable search results. Without a doubt, that is a good reason to remove Game Jungle from Google Chrome immediately. If you need our help deleting this malicious threat, you want to continue reading. We discuss different elimination options, and we also provide you with the opportunity to communicate with our research team via the comments section. Read more »

Cmb Dharma Ransomware

Cmb Dharma Ransomware

Cmb Dharma Ransomware is a computer infection. It falls into the ransomware category, as you can easily tell from its name. Ransomware programs are terrible because they encrypt files and hold them hostage until users pay the designated ransom fee. What’s more, ransomware programs pose big threats to businesses and corporate computer systems because they target important data.

If you happen to have this infection on your system, you should remove Cmb Dharma Ransomware immediately. After malware removal, be sure to explore all sorts of options that offer you to recover your files. But do not feel discourage if you have to start building your library anew. Read more »

Search.htransitlocator.co

Search.htransitlocator.co

You should find Search.htransitlocator.co set as the New Tab page on your browser if you downloaded an add-on named “Transit Locator.” Both of these tools were created by Eightpoint Technologies Ltd. and PolarityTechnologies Ltd., and they always come bundled together. The hijacker is not spread on its own, and the extension represents the hijacker. One might say that the extension and the hijacker are the exact same thing, except that when it comes to downloading and deleting this software, Transit Locator is the thing that is downloaded and that must be eliminated. At first sight, this software does not look malicious or suspicious, but our research team at Anti-Spyware-101.com recommends deleting Search.htransitlocator.co and Transit Locator immediately. If you are worried that you will not be able to get rid of this strange hijacker, continue reading this report to gather knowledge, and if you continue to have questions afterward, do not forget to add them to the comments section. Read more »

Ox4444 Ransomware

Ox4444 Ransomware

Ox4444 Ransomware is a dangerous computer infection that will encrypt your files. It is not something unknown; after all, we have been dealing with ransomware infections for a few years now. It is very frustrating that they just keep on coming, but if there is anything we can do about it, it’s removing Ox4444 Ransomware and other dangerous infections from your systems no questions asked. Please refrain from transferring the ransom fee to these criminals. It wouldn’t help restoring your files anyway. You may need to look at other file recovery options if you do not have a file backup. Read more »

parambingobam@cock.li Ransomware

parambingobam@cock.li Ransomware

Anti-Spyware-101.com malware analysts warn about parambingobam@cock.li Ransomware. It was created using the same malware code that has been used by all threats from the Crysis/Dharma family, including admin@decryption.biz Ransomware and karlosdecrypt@outlook.com Ransomware. As you can tell, the email addresses of these infections are important. That is because they are the only things that change. The structure of the infection, the distribution, the encryption process, and the demands made afterward are all the same. Even the names of the files that this malware creates are the same. That being said, it is most likely that different malicious parties are responsible for these threats, unless the same attacker has created hundreds of email addresses. In any case, whether there is one malicious attacker or a bunch of them standing behind this malware, you need to remove it as quickly as possible. If you continue reading, you will learn how to delete parambingobam@cock.li Ransomware as well. Note that the comments section below if open, and if you have questions, you can post them there. Read more »