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Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus

Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus

Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus is yet another ransomware infection which runs alongside the Reveton Trojan and which is meant to deceive Slovenian Windows users into thinking that they need to pay fines for horrendous cyber crimes performed from their computers. The scheme of the virus is designed in a very misleading way, which is why there is no surprise that thousands of computer users have already fallen for clandestine tricks. Do you want to become the next victim of cyber criminals? If you answer “no” – rush to delete Računalnik je Zaklenjen Virus before it causes more trouble. Read more »

Windows Server Defender

Windows Server Defender is a fake antivirus program that enters your computer with intention to rip you off. There are a few variants of this rogue including Win 7 Defender, XP Defender and Vista Defender. All of these infections are practically the same, and the rogue you get infected with depends on which operating system is installed on your computer. However, no matter which version of this rogue you are infected with, you have to remove Windows Server Defender or any other variant immediately. Read more »

FBI MoneyPack Virus

FBI MoneyPack Virus

Are you being monitored by the FBI? Got an FBI anti-piracy warning and do not know what to do? It is FBI MoneyPack Virus that does not allow you to access the system. This threat seeks to make you pay 200 American dollars for unlocking the PC; unfortunately, if you pay the money, it does not mean that you will regain control over the computer. What you should do is remove the virus immediately because it can severely corrupt the machine by downloading new malware or terminating some vital system processes. Read more »

FBI Anti Piracy Warning

FBI Anti Piracy Warning

FBI anti-piracy warning is an immovable message displayed by a ransomware infection which locks the system of a PC down. The virus which displays this fraudulent message should be removed from the system because without the removal you will not be able to access the system and use the PC normally. The fact that the warning contains the logo of the FBI and demands that the money be paid through Greendot MoneyPack Read more »

Cybercrime Virus

Cybercrime Virus

Cybercrime Virus is a group of ransomware infections that attack operating Windows systems. The faction may also be researched using Ukash, Paysafecard or Moneypak names, due to relation of these money transfer systems. Some of the most notable infections from the group are Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, Eenheid Voor de Bestrijding Cybercrime Virus, Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus, Norsk Politi Institutt For Cybercrime Virus and Bundespolizei National Cyber Crimes Unit. Read more »

Win 7 Internet Security Pro 2013

Win 7 Internet Security Pro 2013 is a rogue anti-spyware tool that comes from the vast Braviax family. The infection has an abundance of clones, including Win 7 Defender 2013, Win 7 Antivirus Plus 2013, Win 7 Security 2013 and Win 7 Antivirus Pro 2013. As you may understand from the names, these fake AV tools are dangerous to Windows 7 users, who do not protect their computers with reliable, automatic spyware discovery and removal tools. Unfortunately, if you run unprotected Windows XP, Vista or 8 versions, your PC could become corrupted by Braviax rogues as well. Anti-Spyware-101.com team Read more »

DropinSavings

DropinSavings is a Mozilla Firefox browser extension which often enters computers with no previous authorization or can be downloaded from dropinsavings.ourtoolbar.com site. How did it enter your operating Windows system? If you have no answer to this question, Anti-Spyware-101.com suggests you delete DropinSavings instantaneously. Removal should also be considered if you think you have installed it to enhance your Internet browsing and online shopping experience. Do you want to learn more? Please keep reading to find out how exactly you should remove the suspicious adware program. Read more »

Warning! Access to your computer is limited Virus

The deceitful ransomware Warning! Access to your computer is limited Virus belongs to a group of infections known as MoneyPak, Paysafecard or Ukash viruses. Some of the most notable applications from these groups are STOP Piracy Virus, El Equipo ha Sido Bloqueado virus and Stop Online Piracy MoneyPak Virus. Unfortunately, the virus in question is representative of all three money transfer systems, which suggests that it could be distributed in different countries. Read more »

ACCDFISA Protection Program Virus

ACCDFISA Protection Program Virus

The dangerous ACCDFISA Protection Program Virus is a sordid schemers’ instrument that could be used to blackmail you into giving up your money. The sinister ransomware is implemented with certain attributes that can help cyber crooks convince you that your computer is locked legally. Regardless, you should not believe the information provided within a notification that will pop up on your computer’s screen. The only thing you should do is delete ACCDFISA Protection Program Virus; Read more »

STOP Piracy Virus

STOP Piracy Virus is a ransomware infection that blocks you from entering your computer under the pretense that you supposedly have used piracy content on your computer. When you get infected, STOP Piracy Virus locks your computer in 3 seconds, and the only thing you see is a black notification message that asks you for money. You have to remove STOP Piracy Virus from your computer immediately if you want to access your files, but there is no need to pay the ransom fee, because the malicious application itself would never unlock your computer. Read more »