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InnfiRAT

Have you been informed about the existence of InnfiRAT? If you have, you need to remove this malware immediately, and then you need to replace all the passwords you have ever used. That is important because this RAT (remote access Trojan) was created to steal passwords and record other private information that could assist cybercriminals in performing identify theft online. Hopefully, you still have time to ensure that your operating system is guarded against this Trojan. If you know for sure that you need to delete InnfiRAT from your operating system already, there is no time to waste. Quickly read this report to learn how to eliminate the infection. This report also includes tips on Windows security and malware attack prevention. If you have any questions you want to be addressed by our research team, add them to the comments section below. Read more »

MedusaLocker Ransomware

MedusaLocker Ransomware

Keep one thing in mind: Your Windows operating system is vulnerable. MedusaLocker Ransomware is one of the many threats that could try to invade it if you are not cautious. This threat is controlled by cybercriminals who care about nothing else but money, and they are willing to do whatever it takes to get it. Unfortunately, it is fairly easy for them to reach their goals using an efficient file encryptor. All they have to do is corrupt your personal files and make a few demands. If you value your files, it is likely that the attackers could convince you to do some risky things. Hopefully, you have done nothing yet. Continue reading this report, and you will understand how dangerous it could be for you to follow the instructions of cybercriminals. Remember that, in any case, you will need to delete MedusaLocker Ransomware from your Windows operating system. We hope that the removal process will be a little easier for you because of the information gathered by our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team. Read more »

Find My Nascar Lineup

Find My Nascar Lineup

Find My Nascar Lineup is a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and that is what Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers decided after thoroughly inspecting this strange application/extension. Internet Explorer users are forced to download it as an application, and that means that they have to uninstall it at the end. Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox users install it as an extension, and it is enough to delete the unwanted add-on to get rid of it. Since you are reading this report, it is possible that you need to further explanation as to why you should remove Find My Nascar Lineup from your operating system or browsers. However, if you have no idea why the seemingly-harmless app/extension is classified as a PUP or why you should even consider eliminating it, this is an article for you. Continue reading, and, as always, do not be shy to post any questions in the comments section below. Read more »

IconDown

IconDown falls under the classification of Trojans. Such malicious applications can enter a system without any permission and without being detected. Cybersecurity specialists suspect that this threat was created by a group of hackers known as BlackTech. Since these cybercriminals seem to be concentrated on cyber-espionage in Asia, it is likely that their newest threat might be used to attack systems of various institutions to obtain highly valuable information. If you want to learn more about it, we encourage you to read our full blog post. Also, users who are interested in learning how to erase IconDown manually should check the instructions we provide below this article. If you have any questions about the Trojan or its removal, feel free to leave us a message in the comments area. Read more »

WatchBog Exploits Linux Servers

WatchBog is a malicious Trojan that attacks Linux servers. Therefore, it doesn’t seem to bother most of the regular computer users who are bound to be using either Windows or Mac OS machines. Nevertheless, we would like to tell you more about WatchBog, and what it is capable of. This entry will not deal with the Trojan removal because of the way it works. Please use this description to learn more about types of malware and what they do to various computer systems. Also, we always recommend exercising caution when you encounter unfamiliar content online. It is good to remember that malware infection could be just one click away. Read more »

ABCD Ransomware

ABCD Ransomware

ABCD Ransomware is a textbook file-encryptor, and so the name suits it very well. It is very predictable indeed, but that does not make this malware any less dangerous. If it slithers in successfully, and if there is no security software to catch and delete it in time, your personal files can be locked up for good. Also known as LockBit Ransomware, this malware does not have a free decryptor. In some cases, such tools are created by malware experts, but creating a working decryptor is not an easy task, and that is why we do not have free decryptors for most infections. Unfortunately, due to his, the victims of this malware might feel trapped, and if they feel trapped, they might be pushed into following the attackers’ demands. Victims are promised “decryptor software” if they do as told, but trusting cybercriminals and their promises is always risky, and we cannot guarantee that you will be given what you need. To add insult to injury, the files are not automatically restored when you remove ABCD Ransomware. Read more »

LimeRevenge RAT

LimeRevenge RAT

LimeRevenge RAT might sneak in when you least expect it. Same as other Trojans, it enters a system without any permission. However, it is not just any Trojan as the application’s functionality may allow its developers to gain remote access to its infected machines. Consequently, the threat was classified as a RAT or a Remote Access Trojan. If you continue reading our article, you can learn what this malware is capable of and how it might enter a system in more detail. Also, in this article, we discuss its deletion. If you are interested in removing LimeRevenge RAT manually, you might also find useful the instructions placed at the end of this page as they describe the process step by step. If you have any questions about the malware’s deletion or its working manner, you could leave us a comment below this article. Read more »

TheEasyWayPro

TheEasyWayPro

TheEasyWayPro is a Chrome extension that is categorized as a potentially unwanted application. It means that this extension is not a malicious security threat, but it might be associated with various security issues. Therefore, it would be for the best to remove it from your browser. Also, if you did not intend to have TheEasyWayPro on-board, you will do yourself a favor by deleting it from your system and running a full PC scan with a reliable security tool: the chances are that you have many other unwanted programs on-board, so the sooner you delete them, the better. Read more »

PUP.Search Defender Live

PUP.Search Defender Live

You might have been convinced that Search Defender Live is the tool that will make your online searches safe. Well, in fact, that is something you can do yourself by implementing the right browser and caution. Of course, extensions and applications that promise to aid virtual security should be welcome, but only if you can guarantee that they are trustworthy. Are you sure that this extension is trustworthy? Our malware experts at Anti-Spyware-101.com have doubts. First of all, you should know that we identify this extension as a PUP (potentially unwanted program), and our recommendation is that you remove it from your Google Chrome web browser. If you have found this article, it is possible that you have come to the same conclusion also. If you have not installed the extension yet, or if you are trying to figure out if or not you should delete Search Defender Live, you ought to keep reading. If you are not interested in learning more, but you are sure that you want to erase the PUP, check out the guide below. Read more »

FUCKaNDrUN Ransomware

FUCKaNDrUN Ransomware

FUCKaNDrUN Ransomware is an obnoxious name for an obnoxious infection, and so it completely makes sense. If this dangerous threat finds a security backdoor via which it can enter a vulnerable operating system, it immediately slithers in, and, unfortunately, it does that silently. Therefore, you might suspect not a thing while your files are being encrypted. The process of encryption is very simple as a unique algorithm is used to cipher the data within the file. Normally, that is what people use to lock and protect their files. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are using this method to hijack personal files and then hold them hostage. If you have been introduced to the message created by the infection already, you know that attackers want money. Well, paying the ransom is risky, and even if you do it, you will need to remove FUCKaNDrUN Ransomware from your operating system. Unfortunately, even if you succeed at deleting this malware, your files are unlikely to be restored. Read more »