Homer Ransomware

Homer Ransomware

If you happen to face Homer Ransomware, you must not panic. You must not take careless steps. And you must not take too much time deciding your next move. According to our research team at Anti-Spyware-101.com, if you delete Homer Ransomware quickly, your files will remain encrypted, but your system will become safer, and, hopefully, you will be able to take steps to restore or replace your personal files. Note that we do not claim that you will be able to restore or replace them, but that is something that might be available to some users. For example, if backup copies of files exist, replacing the corrupted files should be possible. More about that, later. Right now, continue reading to learn more about the infection and its removal. Do not forget that you can communicate with our research team via the comments section. And so if you have any questions that are left unanswered, do not hesitate to share them with us. Read more »

Josephnull Ransomware

Josephnull Ransomware

Josephnull Ransomware is an infection that you are unlikely to notice upon entrance but are bound to face once the attackers want that. The infection works in several stages. First, it has to invade your operating system, and it might exploit existing RDP vulnerabilities, spam emails, or unreliable downloaders for that. If the system is not protected appropriately, the infection might be able to slither in without anyone’s notice. After that, it moves on to the second stage of the attack, during which it drops files, encrypts your personal files, and also deletes shadow volume copies. Finally, it reveals itself with the help of ransom note files, at which point it blatantly demands money. Hopefully, you have not been victimized by this malware yet, but if you have, you want to remove Josephnull Ransomware as soon as possible. That might not save your files, but your system will automatically become safer. We also share important tips that, hopefully, will help you keep your files and your operating system safe against ransomware in the future. Read more »

Check-you-robot.site

Check-you-robot.site

Have you ever had to enter a CAPTCHA to access a certain website? Maybe they said that they need to check whether you’re not a robot? If that’s the case, Check-you-robot.site might sound or look like something familiar. However, this domain is nothing but an adware helper or an adware server that is used to promote commercial third-party content. If you ever come across this page, you need to close it at once and then scan your computer with a security tool that would notify you about potentially unwanted or dangerous programs installed. Also, resetting your browser settings would be a good idea, too. Read more »

AllMoviesSearch

AllMoviesSearch

If you expected AllMoviesSearch to help you find or even watch movies, you have to be disappointed by this extension after installing it. It has nothing to do with movies specifically, and all it can offer is a search engine that you can use to find anything, including information about movies. The problem with the search tool offered by this PUP (potentially unwanted program) is that it cannot be trusted. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team has analyzed this PUP thoroughly, and we know for a fact that it exploits Yahoo Search to show modified search results. Therefore, the user might think that they are using Yahoo, when, in reality, they are browsing through the results selected by the PUP. If you do not understand why that is risky and why we recommend removing AllMoviesSearch, we strongly advise that you continue reading. To learn how to delete the PUP, check the last section specifically. Read more »

Lbenjamiemai.info

As far as adware servers go, Lbenjamiemai.info is pretty standard in its operations. When people online are exposed to it first, they are asked to allow notifications. They can close the webpage, they can reject the offer, or they can accept notifications. We always recommend doing the former. If you have rejected the request, it is possible that you have continued on the ad page or the websites associated with the server, and that could be extremely risky. And if you have enabled notifications, you must be dealing with an avalanche of ads at this point. These ads can show up when you browse the web, and they might even show up when visiting completely harmless, trustworthy websites. Without a doubt, this could make your browsing experience very uncomfortable, especially if the ads shown are presented with shocking images. Do not worry if you are dealing with these kinds of ads because there is a way to remove them for good. Keep reading, and you will learn how to delete Lbenjamiemai.info notifications. Read more »

Search-Plus

Search-Plus

What happens when you open your browser, and suddenly your default homepage is changed to Search-Plus? It’s very likely that you’ve been infected by a browser hijacker. There’s no need to panic, though, because browser hijackers are not terribly malicious security threats. Sure they can be annoying and potentially harmful, but you can deal with them pretty fast.

Scroll down to the bottom for the manual removal instructions, and you will be able to remove Search-Plus from your browser immediately. Afterward, be sure to get yourself a licensed antispyware tool because you clearly need to run a full system scan. Read more »

SearchProConverter

SearchProConverter

SearchProConverter is not the extension you should install if you want to convert files or currency. Yes, this extension offers free widgets that make it possible to convert PDF files, currency, and also crypto-currency, but that does not mean that it can be trusted. According to our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, this extension is classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) for several reasons. First of all, it can hijack the Google Chrome browser by modifying the New Tab page and the default search provider. Second, it tracks personally identifiable information, which then can be shared with unknown parties. Some people might pay no attention to such things, but our research team is worried. If you understand the risks, and you want to delete SearchProConverter as soon as possible, you can move to the last section of our report. If you want to learn more about this potentially unwanted program and why removing it is recommended, we suggest that you continue reading. Read more »

Burst Search

Burst Search

Burst Search might not seem like much, but it tries to present itself as a useful addition to your browser. Our research team, however, says that this app is a potentially unwanted program. As such, it might enter your browser accidentally, and it may exhibit a variety of undesirable behavioral patterns. In some cases, users might think that Burst Search is a browser hijacker, but that is really not the case. It is easy to remove Burst Search from your browser, and for that, you just need to follow the instructions that you will find right below this article. Read more »

ProductManualsPro Toolbar

ProductManualsPro Toolbar

When we add new extensions to our browsers, we expect them to somehow enhance our web browsing experience. However, things like ProductManualsPro Toolbar might take you by surprise as well. This Chrome & Firefox extension is a potentially unwanted program that might be added to your browser accidentally. It might look like a good addition to your browser’s functionality, but the reality is that the extension might indirectly expose you to potentially harmful content. Hence, computer security experts recommend removing ProductManualsPro Toolbar and other similar apps from your system as soon as possible. You can find the manual removal instructions at the bottom of this description. Read more »

NHLP Ransomware

NHLP Ransomware

NHLP Ransomware is a computer infection that will encrypt your files. This malicious program will try to push you into paying the ransom fee for the decryption key that is supposed to unlock your data. We do understand that sometimes users feel like they have no other choice but to pay for the decryption. However, paying shouldn’t be an option as it would only help cybercriminals reach their goals. Read more »