My Daily Verse XP

If you study the Bible daily, extensions like My Daily Verse XP might catch your eye. At the moment, this suspicious add-on does not have an official download page, but it is known that it used to be offered at mydailyversexp.com/DailyBible and chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/my-daily-bible-verse-xp/poamjgfcppmnpeoihkdpbfpjjbiflpib. The official download website and the Chrome web store page has been taken down, and now the potentially unwanted program is believed to spread via third-party installers. They can deliver software bundles that carry both harmless and malicious infections. While we advise deleting My Daily Verse XP, we cannot make any claims about this extension being extremely malicious. Unfortunately, the programs this PUP could come packaged with could be very malicious, and they might require immediate removal. Due to this, we suggest scanning your operating system before you move on. If critical threats are uncovered, you need to get rid of them as soon as possible. Afterward, you can address the suspicious application and the search tool that comes along with it. Read more »

DBGer Ransomware

DBGer Ransomware

DBGer Ransomware is a malicious program that may attack computers vulnerable to the so-called EternalBlue exploit. If the malware succeeds and settles in it should encipher user’s photos, documents, and other personal files with a secure encryption algorithm. As a result, the device should be unable to recognize modified files. Meaning, the only way to access them is decrypting them. Sadly, the only ones capable of deciphering data encrypted by DBGer Ransomware is the hackers who created it, and they ask for around six thousand US dollars for such services. Naturally, if you do not have so much money to spare, or do not want to risk being scammed; we would advise ignoring the malware’s displayed ransom note. For more information about the threat and the ways it can be erased, you should read our full article. Read more »

Wannacryv2 Ransomware

Wannacryv2 Ransomware

Wannacryv2 Ransomware is considered to be a copycat of WannaCry Ransomware; however, research conducted by specialists working at anti-spyware-101.com has clearly shown that this malicious application differs from the original threat completely. The only thing that unites them is the fact that they both lock files. Surprisingly, Wannacryv2 Ransomware does not drop a ransom note, and, on top of that, it is impossible to contact its author in order to purchase the decryption tool, which suggests that the ransomware infection is still in development, or it is just a test. Consider yourself lucky – we have a code that can unlock your files. You will have to enter it in the box the program (wanna cry v2 decryptor.exe) this ransomware drops on affected computers contains. You can find the unlock code indicated in our removal guide (you will find it below this article), but do not forget that you still need to eliminate the ransomware infection from your computer yourself – it will not be erased from your system automatically once files are unlocked. Read more »

Scarab-Cybergod Ransomware

Scarab-Cybergod Ransomware

It is very likely that you have let Scarab-Cybergod Ransomware into your Windows operating system yourself, and you might have done that by opening corrupted links or spam email attachments. Our research team at Anti-Spyware-101.com also suggests that unprotected RDP channels could be used to spread the malicious infection silently. If the threat infiltrates the operating system silently, you are unlikely to realize that you need to remove anything malicious. Needless to say, if you do not take care of that, the threat starts performing malicious processes, and the most important one is to encrypt files. The infection uses an algorithm to encrypt files and make the data unreadable. If the files are corrupted successfully, you cannot restore them, unless backups exist outside the infected operating system. Even if you delete Scarab-Cybergod Ransomware successfully, your files would not be restored automatically. Therefore, if you still have the chance, you need to protect your system and files against this malware. If you are already dealing with it, you need to get rid of it ASAP. Read more »

Get Daily Bible Verses

Get Daily Bible Verses is a suspicious browser add-on that may alter your homepage, default search engine, or even new tab page preferences. Naturally, if you do not like these changes, you could remove the extension from your browser. Unfortunately, it is not all, and there are other reasons why we would recommend deleting it. To be more precise, our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com, noticed the application’s presented search engine might show unreliable advertising material from various third parties. Clicking it could redirect users to websites promoting questionable software, fake lotteries, and so on. If you do not like the idea of seeing such content while browsing, we encourage you to erase Get Daily Bible Verses. The instructions located below will show how to eliminate it manually. Read more »

FoxRansom Ransomware

FoxRansom Ransomware

FoxRansom Ransomware is a threat our specialists have discovered only recently. It might make your files inaccessible even though it did not lock personal data at the time of research, they say. This might happen if the ransomware infection is ever updated. You cannot keep malware active on your system no matter which version of it you encounter because the presence of bad software might result in the entrance of other threats and other privacy and security-related problems. Therefore, you must erase FoxRansom Ransomware from your system immediately after having discovered it active on your computer. It seems that this threat is still in development, specialists at anti-spyware-101.com say. As mentioned, it did not encrypt files at the time of analysis. Second, it drops a ransom note that does not demand money, which is quite surprising because ransomware-type infections are mainly used to steal money from users. Since FoxRansom Ransomware does not seem to be sophisticated malware, you should not find its removal complicated, especially if you let our removal guide help you. Read more »

SystemTable

SystemTable

Do you want to see advertisements whenever you browse the web? SystemTable is an extension that can make sure you are flooded with them. While you might not be bothered by an ad or two, we are sure you do not want to be disrupted by them, and you might feel disrupted when pop-ups and banner advertisements start showing up on your search results pages, your social media profiles, your online shopping feeds, and other websites. Unfortunately, some users can be tricked into thinking that the ads they are seeing are genuinely helpful. So, how are you supposed to know which ads are harmless and which ones are not trustworthy just by looking at them? That might be impossible, but we have a few pointers that will, hopefully, help you. If you do not care about any of this, and you just want to delete SystemTable as soon as possible, scroll down below to find a full removal guide. If you are curious to learn more, continue reading this report first. Read more »

ShutUpAndDance Ransomware

ShutUpAndDance Ransomware

One could think that ShutUpAndDance Ransomware is a very entertaining program, but it is only entertaining for its developers. For regular users and its victims, this is a dangerous threat that can cut you off from your data.

In this description, we will give you a short overview of the main ransomware distribution methods, and then we will talk about what this infection does to your system. Finally, you will be able to remove ShutUpAndDance Ransomware on your own, but if you do not feel confident enough about it, we would recommend investing in security application that would terminate the infection for you automatically. Read more »

WannCrypto V6 Ransomware

WannCrypto V6 Ransomware

A new infection has been developed. At first glance, WannCrypto V6 Ransomware looked like a real threat, but it turned out that it does not do anything malicious. Our malware researchers say that it has probably been released just for fun. It was not even distributed at the time of research, so it is not very likely that you will ever encounter it. Theoretically, cyber criminals might update this infection and start spreading it with the intention of obtaining money from users, so you still cannot keep your system unprotected. If it ever happens that you end up with WannCrypto V6 Ransomware, which is not likely to happen, you should remove the ransomware infection from your computer no matter it works properly or not. If nothing changes, you could eliminate it by simply deleting the malicious file you have launched, i.e. the ransomware launcher. The entrance of ransomware is no fun, so do what you can to ensure your system’s maximum protection against malicious applications. Read more »

PC Repair Clinic

PC Repair Clinic

You might have downloaded the free scanner by PC Repair Clinic, and now you do not know if you should pay for the full version of the program, or if you should remove it. You might already have your answer if you are researching your removal options, but if you are still on the fence about this whole thing, you can definitely get your answer here. Anti-Spyware-101.com research team has analyzed the PUP (potentially unwanted program), and it was found that while it does not show fictitious results to trick users into paying money for it, it is unlikely that its services are beneficial. In fact, we believe there are far better and more advantageous tools you could be investing in instead. If you are here only because you want to delete PC Repair Clinic from your operating system and browsers, check out the complete guide below. If you want to learn a little bit more, keep reading. Read more »