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Supreme Savings

Super Savings is a browser extension available at supreme-savings.com. It is developed by 215 Apps (Excellent Apps) and this app is created to improve your online shopping experience. The application supports more than 1000 online stores, including Expedia, Kmart, Office Depot, Pet Smart, Toys R Us and many more. Supreme Savings coupon app can be installed on three main browsers - Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Read more »

You have 48 hours to pay the fine Virus

You have 48 hours to pay the fine Virus is a computer infection. It is a ransomware application that blocks desktop access by displaying a fraudulent notification. Infection makes it seem as though the notification displayed is related to various local police offices in different countries - Slovenská Polícia (Slovakian Police), the FBI, Politiet (Norwegian Police) and so on. It means that there are many localized versions for You have 48 hours to pay the fine Virus, and all of them want you to believe that you have breached national laws by illegally distributing copyrighted content, and therefore your computer has been blocked. However, there is no way that You have 48 hours to pay the fine Virus could be related to law enforcement authorities, so you need to ignore the notification displayed by this ransomware and remove it from your computer right now. Read more »

YA Search Toolbar

YA Search Toolbar

Do you know where YA Search Customized Web Search came from? Do you know how to reconfigure your browser settings so that the search engine of your IE, Firefox and Chrome browsers would accord with your own wishes? These are the main issues that computer users face when dealing with the removal of the so-called YA search Community Toolbar. The application is available from yasearch.ourtoolbar.com and it has been developed by Conduit Ltd. If you are on a lookout for a reliable and beneficial toolbar, you may have faced other Conduit products, including Mixi.DJ Toolbar or Widgi Toolbar. Read more »

Policie České republiky Virus

Policie České republiky Virus

Policie České republiky Virus is a computer threat that attacks users in Czech Republic. It denies desktop access and displays a fraudulent notification on behalf of the Czech police. According to the message, your computer is locked because you have been engaged into illegal cyber activity, namely - downloading and distributing copyrighted content (Video, Music, Software). Read more »

Ireland's National Police Service Virus

Ireland's National Police Service Virus

If your computer is infected with Ireland's National Police Service Virus, keep in mind that the police in Ireland do not attempt to make you pay a fine by displaying a warning that contains various alleged charges.  With this virus on your PC, you cannot access the system because a fraudulent message appears whenever the PC is turned on. Follow our advice and remove Ireland's National Police Service Virus as soon as you can if you do not want to have the PC damaged by the infection. Read more »

Polizia Penitenziaria Virus

Polizia Penitenziaria Virus

Polizia Penitenziaria Virus is an intimidating and misleading threat which uses scare tactics to trick you into giving up your own money. The threat shows up as a screen-locking notification which lists various cyber crimes and intimidates you with penalties of 10,000 euro or even imprisonment. Overall, this alert is bogus and all information represented through it is fictional. Do not think that your computer has been locked by Polizia di Stato or that you are accused of performing illegal activity by the authentic Polizia delle Comunicazioni department. Read more »

Suomen Poliisi Virus

Suomen Poliisi Virus

Suomen Poliisi Virus is a ransomware infection which you should remove from the system right now as there is no other way to treat it. The reason why it locks your computer and displays a fraudulent message is to make you pay a 100 Euro release fine, which is expected to be paid via Paysafecard or Ukash. Moreover, you should pay no attention to the picture of a Finnish policeman and the heading Soumen Poliisi as this is just a trick you make you believe that you are dealing with your local police. Read more »

Rikspolisstyrelsen Virus

Rikspolisstyrelsen Virus

Rikspolisstyrelsen Virus is a ransomware infection which is aimed at infecting as many computers in Sweden as possible. The virus displays a misleading warning claiming that the user of the PC is has to pay a fine of 100 Euros; otherwise, the Swedish Police will take immediate actions to prosecute the suspect. If your PC is already infected with Rikspolisstyrelsen Virus, do not think about paying the release money as you can tackle the issue by remove the infection from the PC. Read more »

iMesh Toolbar

iMesh Toolbar

Even though many computer users refer to iMesh Toolbar as a browser extension, it would be much more logical to call it a collection of different browser extensions and programs. Once you click on the download button placed on imesh.com, you are prompted with an extensive installation wizard. Here you can choose to set search.imesh.net as your home page, install Search-Results Toolbar, Torch Browser and reconfigure browser settings. Read more »

Blekko Search

Blekko Search

Many computer users all over the world use Blekko Search in order to surf the web more conveniently. If you are a registered search engine user, you are allowed to perform personal searches using the innovative slashtag system. Even though the entire Blekko experience seems truly beneficial and safe, Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that Blekko Search plugins may travel alongside bundled downloads and may even be unwelcome in your operating system. Read more »