Cpm10.com

Cpm10.com is an adware server, which is why users who encounter it might see various advertisements when surfing the Internet. Such content could be annoying and may disturb user’s browsing. However, our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com also believe some of it could be potentially dangerous as well. Therefore, if you come across this adware server, we would recommend not to interact with any suspicious ads that might be displayed by it. For users who do not want to take any chances, or see any questionable ads, we would advise removing Cpm10.com with no hesitation. Users who need instructions on how to get rid of this suspicious application could take a look at the steps provided below the article. On the other hand, if you wish to know more about the adware server, you may want to read our article first. Read more »

Octopus Trojan

Octopus Trojan

Octopus Trojan might be related to a particular group of hackers known as DustSquad because the malware’s targeted victims are diplomatic organizations from Central Asia, which is the region where these cybercriminals have been active for some years now. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com report that the threat might allow cybercriminals to take control over the victims’ computers. Based on what we learned while testing the malicious application it looks like it could steal various information, track user’s activity, download files, and so on. No doubt, such actions could cause a lot of trouble for the victim and the organization he works at. Of course, the faster it is eliminated, the less damage it can do, which is why it is essential to know how to remove Octopus Trojan. Probably the safest option would be to acquire a legitimate antimalware tool that could handle the malicious application. Also, the instructions available below will demonstrate how to erase it manually. Read more »

MassMiner

MassMiner

The online community has faced a considerable increase in cryptocurrency malware this year. As research has clearly shown, MassMiner is a computer threat that belongs to this category of malicious software as well. Since it enters computers illegally and works completely in the background, it usually takes time for users to find out about the successful entrance of this infection. The quickest and easiest way to find out about the entrance of MassMiner is, of course, scanning the system with an antimalware scanner, but it does not mean that it is impossible to do that without the special antimalware tool. You can find out whether or not this infection is installed on your computer by simply checking the C:\Windows\Temp\Networks directory. If you can locate a malicious executable file (taskmgr.exe) there, there is no doubt that you have encountered MassMiner. We expect you to take action immediately in such a case. In other words, you must delete this infection from your system as soon as possible because its presence will only result in serious problems. The threat is considered to be harmful malware, and, on top of that, research has shown that it is quite sophisticated. Consequently, its manual removal will not be anywhere near easy, but we are sure you will successfully remove it yourself if you first read this report and then use the manual removal guide specialists working at anti-spyware-101.com have prepared for less experienced users. Read more »

Go.bonefreeze.com

Go.bonefreeze.com

If you ever encounter an installer that offers to set Go.bonefreeze.com as the default search provider, new tab page, or homepage, the smart thing to do is to terminate the installation. This search engine is classified as a browser hijacker, and you do not want to face it every time you launch your browser. The interface of this hijacker is certainly confusing, as it gives an impression that it is just a regular search engine that can be trusted with web browsing. It cannot because it redirects and shows results that are modified. In the past, the hijacker would redirect to Bing Search. At the time of research, it was routing to Yahoo Search. In the future, we might see it redirecting someplace else. The same is true for the clones of this hijacker, Go.deepteep.com, Go.bonanzoro.com, and Go.querymo.com. We recommend deleting them all for the same reasons that are presented in this report. If you too want to learn how to remove Go.bonefreeze.com, do not hesitate to continue reading. Read more »

KraKra Games

KraKra Games

If you have downloaded the KraKra Games extension onto your Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox web browser, you should have noticed that advertisements have started flooding via your browser. The add-on is introduced to users when they play online games at krakragames.com, and it, allegedly, can give you “access to thousands of games you can play for free.” The suspicious extension is presented at krakragames.com/games/lander.php?, and Google Chrome users can also find it on the Chrome web store (chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/krakragames/jjnipfcfcddhgepeneeedbiophaehhkb). Although this official source exists, the extension can be spread using unreliable installers, bundled with other questionable pieces of software. Overall, regardless of how the adware (advertising-supported software) got in, you should consider deleting it. If you are inexperienced, or you have no idea why you should remove KraKra Games from your operating system, keep on reading, and you will get all of the answers. If we fail, and you want to ask more questions, do not hesitate to do so via the comments section below. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team will help you as soon as possible. Read more »

Win Boost Pro 2018

Win Boost Pro 2018

Win Boost Pro 2018 is promoted as a beneficial PC optimizer and cleaner, so a bunch of users decide to install it on their computers consciously. They simply need to click the Download Now button that can be found on its official website http://cleanmypcutils.com/ to get it. Of course, users might find it installed on their computers without their knowledge too since potentially unwanted applications might also be distributed bundled. Win Boost Pro 2018 is a brand new PC optimization tool, but it would be a pure lie if we told you that it does not share similarities with older applications. In fact, it is very similar to Power Cleaner 2019, Power Speedup 2018, and some other programs advertised as powerful PC optimization tools/cleaners. Unfortunately, there is one thing the majority of users who consciously install Win Boost Pro 2018 on their PCs do not know about it – it works as a diagnostic tool if not upgraded by the user. A bunch of people expect that they will get their PCs performance improved in the blink of an eye after installing and launching Win Boost Pro 2018. This is not going to happen until you purchase and activate the license of Win Boost Pro 2018. In our humble opinion, it is not worth investing in Win Boost Pro 2018 despite the fact that it looks reliable because hundreds of other tools that can be trusted 100% exist, and it is no doubt better to invest in one of them instead. Believe us; Win Boost Pro 2018 has been categorized as a potentially unwanted program not without reason. Continue reading to find out more about its modus operandi. Read more »

StreamingTime

StreamingTime

StreamingTime might look like an innocent browser extension, but our research team says that this application is a browser hijacker. It means that it can change your browser’s settings without your permission, and it can collect information on your web browsing habits.

If you want to protect your privacy (and you most certainly do), you have to remove StreamingTime from your computer immediately. Scroll down to the bottom of this description for the manual removal instructions, or continue reading to find out more about this application. Either way, the bottom line is clear: you have to get rid of StreamingTime today. Read more »

Searchall.network

Searchall.network

Searchall.network might not raise any suspicion until you take a closer look at it. What our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com noticed, while testing the application in question, is that it does not provide information about the publisher’s policy on privacy issues usually explained on Privacy Policy. In fact, we did not find the software’s End User License Agreement document either. It means there might be no knowing how the application may work when searching the Internet with it or what information it could gather. Because of this, we do not think it would be wise to use Searchall.network. Provided you feel the same, we recommend deleting the questionable tool with the instructions located at the end of this article. For users who would want not only to get rid of the suspicious search engine but also learn more about it, we advise reading the text first. Read more »

Godsomware v1.0 Ransomware

Godsomware v1.0 Ransomware

Godsomware v1.0 Ransomware is a malicious threat that blocks user’s screen and displays a ransom note asking to pay for the decryption of user’s files the malware claims to have encrypted. The good news is, even if the infection’s warning claims otherwise, your data may not be ruined. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com report the malicious application does not encipher user’s files. It means the malware only pretends to be damaging user’s data to trick him into paying for its decryption. Luckily, we know how to unlock the screen without funding the cybercriminals who developed Godsomware v1.0 Ransomware, and if you want to know how to get rid of it too, you should check the steps available below this report. However, if you wish to find out more about the infection, we encourage you to read our full article too. Read more »

WARNING! 41 threats found!!! Pop-Up

WARNING! 41 threats found!!! Pop-Up

The misleading WARNING! 41 threats found!!! Pop-Up was created to trick you into thinking that you have faced real infections that pose real threats. The number of these alleged threats, of course, can change, but the point is that this number is meant to intimidate you. Pay no attention to it or the warning itself because it does not represent the truth. Does not malware exist on your PC? It is possible that it does. Is the malware the warning is identifying real? It is not. The warning is fictitious, and its purpose is not to inform you but to intimidate you, and make you think that you must call +1-833-426-4666. This number might appear to be legitimate, but it actually belongs to schemers, and if you call it, you could get yourself into some real trouble. Have you done that already? Expect a huge bill. Also, think about the data you might have disclosed because it could be used against you. And what about the removal of the pop-up? As you might have figured out by now, you cannot close it normally. Do not worry, we can show how to delete WARNING! 41 threats found!!! Pop-Up from your screen in no time. Read more »