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MedusaHTTP

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 Anti-Spyware-101.com, 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 »

Ecleneue.com

Ecleneue.com 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 Ecleneue.com deleted permanently. If you face issues, remember that you can always contact us via the comments section below. 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 »

VBShower

VBShower is a malicious application that was spread during Cloud Atlas attacks. So far, it is unknown who is behind these attacks, but it looks like their targets are all government entities, international organizations, and institutions alike. As one could imagine, gathering sensitive information could be the main malware’s task. It was reported that it has capabilities that allow it to avoid getting detected, which suggests the malicious application was meant to work silently in the background. In other words, it is doubtful a victim would notice its presence, which means it could stay on a system for a long time. Thus, institutions in the hackers’ radar are advised to be cautious. For more information on how VBShower works and where it comes from, we encourage you to read the rest of this report. Read more »

SystemBC

You might think that postponing or skipping an update can do no harm, but that is exactly what the attackers behind SystemBC expect. Vulnerable, outdated systems are the ones that this malware is most likely to invade successfully, and once that happens, the infection can be used to conceal malicious traffic and let in other malicious threats. In fact, this specific malware cannot perform highly malicious actions itself, and its main task is to create conditions for more dangerous threats to slither in without notice. Unfortunately, these dangerous threats could be extremely damaging, and they could destroy your virtual security, take over your personal accounts, steal your money, and do other awful things. Needless to say, Anti-Spyware-101.com research team recommends doing whatever it takes to secure the system against this dangerous malware. In this report, you will find tips that should help you ensure this. Of course, we also discuss how to delete SystemBC because the removal of this infection is very important. Read more »

Clicking Random Links on omegle.com Leads to Omegle Phishing Virus Attacks

The last thing you want to do is let in Omegle Phishing Virus, but that is not hard to do if you are not careful when chatting on omegle.com carelessly. Anti-Spyware-101.com research team warns that attackers might expose you to malicious links, and if you click them, you will have no one to blame because all chats are anonymous, and it is impossible to track down the perpetrators. Hopefully, the information in this report will help you evade cyber criminals or delete Omegle Phishing Virus if it has invaded your operating system already. Note that the comments section is open, and no registration is required. So, if you have questions – do not hesitate to ask them. Read more »

Rsalive Ransomware

If your files have the .rsalive extension, you are dealing with a malicious application called Rsalive Ransomware. It encrypts files with a robust encryption algorithm to make sure victims will not be able to open them. Afterward, the malware should show a ransom note, which is supposed to contain a message saying a user ought to pay a particular sum in Bitcoins. In exchange, the malicious application's developers should offer decryption tools. As we explain further, in the article, there is not knowing if the cybercriminals will hold on to their end of a bargain. Thus, for victims who do not want to risk losing their money too, we advise not to put up with any demands. If you decide to erase Rsalive Ransomware also, we encourage you to have a look at the deletion instructions available at the end of this page. Read more »

MCrypt2019 Ransomware

MCrypt2019 Ransomware

MCrypt2019 Ransomware is a threat that encrypts most of the files found on a targeted computer and shows a note saying the device’s user has to pay around $600 to get decryption tools. If you receive such a message, we advise not to rush into anything before learning more about this threat, which you can do by reading the rest of this article. In the text, we will talk about the malware’s possible distribution channels, its effective manner, and, of course, its deletion. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com report that it might be impossible to use a computer because due to the fact the threat might encrypt system data, the machine could become unresponsive. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that the deletion instructions located at the end of this will help to remove MCrypt2019 Ransomware. In which case, a victim may have to restore his computer’s system from a backup or reinstall the operating system. Read more »

Infected Ransomware

Infected Ransomware

Infected Ransomware, according to the researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com, is very similar to an older infection known as Aurora Ransomware. It is possible that this malware belongs to the same attackers; otherwise, different parties are using the same malware code. In both cases, it appears that a free decryptor exists, and can be used to recover the encrypted files. This is terrific news, considering that most file-encrypting ransomware use ciphers that are impossible to crack. Hopefully, you too can free your personal files using a free decryptor, or you can use backups to replace the corrupted copies of your files. In any case, you must delete Infected Ransomware from your Windows operating system. Once you take care of that, you also need to think about the security of your system because you do not want other file-encryptors to slither in again, do you? Please take note of any questions that you might come up with, and you do not hesitate to add them to the comments section. We are here to help you with removal, and we are sure that we can find a solution that works for you. Read more »

Darus Ransomware

Darus Ransomware

Darus Ransomware is the kind of threat that can make your life miserable. This infection encrypts files, and if you do not have backups stored outside the infected system, you are unlikely to recover them. That means that if this infection slithers in, it might successfully destroy your personal files, so to speak. To drop the infection onto your operating system without your notice, its creator is likely to set up misleading emails with fake attachments or exploit RDP vulnerabilities. If you do not detect and remove Darus Ransomware right away, it starts its malicious attack not long after. First, it disables the Task Manager to make it impossible for you to terminate malicious processes and then delete the infection. Also, the threat drops files that can encrypt files, mimic a fake Windows updates screen, and even disable the Windows Defender. Without a doubt, this infection is strong enough to make a lasting impact. If you want to learn about erasing the threat, the recovery of files, and the security of your system, please keep reading. Read more »