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Pushishere.com

Pushishere.com

Have you ever wondered why there are so many random pop-us on your screen, telling you to try out one product or the other? Perhaps you get redirected to Pushishere.com, too? If that is the case, you must have modified your browser’s settings in a way that allows this adware server to promote various commercial content for you. Although there technically is no way to remove Pushishere.com from your system (because the server is not there), you can still restore your browser settings to default to avoid seeing these pop-ups on your screen. For that, please scroll to the bottom of this description. Read more »

Ahegao Ransomware

Ahegao Ransomware

Ahegao Ransomware is the kind of infection that can slip into your unguarded Windows operating system and immediately encrypt your personal files without your notice. Once files are fully encrypted, the infection reveals itself using “Encrypted v2.40” window. This window displays a message that the attackers behind the infection have prepared for you. We discuss this message at length further in the report. Since you are reading this article, it is most likely that you have faced this dangerous infection already. The good news is that removing Ahegao Ransomware should not be difficult. The bad news is that if it has encrypted your personal files, it is likely that you will not be able to recover them. If you are currently looking into free third-party decryptors, please make sure that they are harmless before installing them because cybercriminals are well aware of the demand for such tools, and they could camouflage other threats as legitimate decryptors. If you have downloaded anything suspicious, you should delete it immediately. Read more »

Ciledhoopinga.info

Ciledhoopinga.info

Ciledhoopinga.info might show you sponsored advertisements from various third parties. Naturally, if you cannot stand such content, you might want to leave this website at once if you ever get redirected to it. Our researchers say that because of its behavior it falls under the classification of adware servers. If you want to know more details about this website like how you could encounter it or how the adware server works, we invite you to read the rest of this article. If you want to also learn how to remove Ciledhoopinga.info from Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, you should have a look at our instructions available below the text that show how to get rid of this adware server step by step. Read more »

Edhappearer.info

Edhappearer.info

Edhappearer.info is an adware server and, according to our researchers, a malicious website. You are unlikely to face it directly, but you could face advertisements delivered via it. Also, you could be asked to show notifications from this website. Both ads and notifications cannot be trusted because the adware server is likely to permit unreliable advertisers to promote their services and products. They also could use attractive services and products just to hide links that route to malicious websites. These websites could present ransomware and malware. Needless to say, we do not want you facing this adware server or the ads that are delivered via it. Unfortunately, you might face it and you might even interact with it without realizing what is going on. If you continue reading, you will learn how to remove Edhappearer.info ads, and more importantly, you will learn how to keep yourself away from adware servers like that. Read more »

Edhappearer.info

Edhappearer.info is an adware server and, according to our researchers, a malicious website. You are unlikely to face it directly, but you could face advertisements delivered via it. Also, you could be asked to show notifications from this website. Both ads and notifications cannot be trusted because the adware server is likely to permit unreliable advertisers to promote their services and products. They also could use attractive services and products just to hide links that route to malicious websites. These websites could present ransomware and malware. Needless to say, we do not want you facing this adware server or the ads that are delivered via it. Unfortunately, you might face it and you might even interact with it without realizing what is going on. If you continue reading, you will learn how to remove Edhappearer.info ads, and more importantly, you will learn how to keep yourself away from adware servers like that. Read more »

Delivesinve.info

Delivesinve.info

Delivesinve.info is an adware server, and it means that this entity is NOT on your system. It’s just something that you encounter when you browse the web. Consequently, it means that you cannot remove Delivesinve.info from your computer in the same sense as you would delete a ransomware infection or a Trojan. However, there is a way to make Delivesinve.info stop redirecting you to various ad pages and other suspicious websites. For that, simply scroll to the bottom of this description and follow the manual reset guidelines. Don’t forget to acquire a reliable security application, too. Read more »

Math Ransomware

Math Ransomware

It seems that Math Ransomware is a file-encrypting threat that is targeted at users who speak Italian. As you see, the malware shows a message that is written almost entirely in Italian. It should appear as soon as the malicious application encrypts files and marks them with the .math extension. If you want to know more about how this threat works as well as where it might come from and how it could be erased, we encourage you to read our full article. For users who not only want to read about the malware but also learn how to remove Math Ransomware manually, we can offer our deletion instructions that are available at the end of this article. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us by leaving us a message in the comments section. Read more »

Taargo Ransomware

Taargo Ransomware

Taargo Ransomware is a new version of the infamous GlobeImposter Ransomware. In the past, we have reviewed quite a few other versions of this malware, including Ox4444 Ransomware, QP Ransomware, and Pig4444 Ransomware. All of these threats have unique elements, but in general, they are pretty much identical, and they cause the same kind of harm once they invade an operating system. Windows systems are the ones targeted by this malware, and according to our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, the attackers are using the same attack methods over and over again. In most cases, we see spam emails and bundled downloaders used for the distribution of .exe files that are responsible for the execution of ransomware. Avoiding spam emails and bundled downloads is easy enough, but Windows users keep on taking risks. If you need to delete Taargo Ransomware from your operating system, there is a good chance that you have take some unnecessary risks as well. Read more »

R44s Ransomware

R44s Ransomware

R44s Ransomware is an infection that was created with billions of people in mind. When it encrypts files, it drops nine different versions of the same ransom note file, all of which represent messages in nine different languages, including Spanish, Dutch, Italian, German, French, Russian, Farsi, Chinese, and English. The names of these files are “LEAME_PARA_DESCIFRAR_ARCHIVOS.txt,” “LEESMIJ-BESTAND_VOOR_HET_DECODEREN_VAN_BESTANDEN.txt,” “LEGGIMI_PER_DECIFRARE_I_FILES.txt,” “LESEN_SIE_MICH_UM_DATEIEN_ZU_ENTSCHLUSSELN.txt,” “LISEZ-MOI_POUR_DECHIFFRER_LES_FICHIERS.txt,” “PROCHTI_MENYA_DLYA_RASSHIFROVKI_FAYLOV.txt,” “شروع_رمزگ_شایی.txt,” “重新解密文件.txt,” and “README_TO_DECRYPT_FILES.html.” Although these files are not malicious per se, you want to delete them all. Of course, it is most important that you remove R44s Ransomware files that are responsible for encrypting your personal files. Even though that will not help you recover your files, that will help you move towards a malware-free operating system. Read more »

Poulight Stealer

Poulight Stealer

Poulight Stealer should be removed from the system at once because if you leave it unattended, it can gather various sensitive information and deliver it to cybercriminals. The problem is that like most Trojans it works without drawing attention, which means it can stay on your system without you noticing anything. We talk more about its working manner further in this article, so if you are interested in learning more about this malicious program, we encourage you to read the rest of this article. If you are looking for instructions showing how to delete Poulight Stealer, you can find them at the end of the text. However, it might be too challenging to erase the threat manually, which is why we recommend using a legitimate antimalware tool that could take care of this malware for you. Read more »