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DropDrans is a Trojan downloader that is capable of downloading numerous dangerous infections. Our researchers have rated it as a severe threat and so we encourage users to remove it. The removal of this Trojan is highly recommended, because it is primarily designed to download keyloggers, scareware, adware, and other malicious software that will put your computer at great risk. Read more »



CryptoTorLocker2015 is a malicious Windows infection that mainly affects TXT and image files. Once the threat corrupts your operating system, it immediately deletes files and creates mere imitations of them. The clandestine cryptolocker also drops the “HOW TO DECRYPT FILES.txt” file in every directory. When you open this file, you find a ransom message urging you to pay 100EUR/100USD to have the corrupted files decrypted. As mentioned before, CryptoTorLocker2015 deletes files, and so it is highly unlikely that anyone or anything will be able to restore them for you. Unfortunately, if the infection has managed to slither in, it is most likely that your personal files are lost. Of course, this does not mean that there is nothing you can do. You need to remove CryptoTorLocker2015 before the threat manages to corrupt more files or employ your operating system for other dangerous activity. Read more »

Skeleton Key

Skeleton Key is a malicious infection that can bypass your system guard. This Trojan is used by cyber criminals to provide them access to your system and your information. You may not know that you are infected with Skeleton Key because this infection enters your system surreptitiously. To detect such malicious threats at the first stages of infection, you need to perform regular system scans with a licensed antispyware tool. This way, you will be able to remove Skeleton Key on time before it manages to cause any harm to your computer. Read more »


You might not even know that your system contains a new banking Trojan named Chthonic; however, if your security tool detects it, you should remove it without consideration. Chthonic is a serious computer infection that is similar to previously published banking Trojan Zeus. In most cases, this infection enters unprotected systems, so there is a possibility that your security tool is unreliable or you do not have one installed on your computer. Either way, you should get rid of Chthonic as soon as possible because this Trojan might steal personal information and perform different kinds of activities behind your back. If you want to get more information about Chthonic and its removal, we suggest reading through this article. Read more »

Phase Bot

Phase Bot is a new rootkit Trojan that focuses on stealth and offers new features for anyone who wants to make use of it. Having this Trojan on your computer means that your system has been compromised by a severe infection, and your privacy has been breached. Phase Bot does not drop any files, so it might be hard to detect this intruder, but it is still possible if you use the newest computer security applications with updated definitions. The point is that unless you remove Phase Bot from your computer, you will be extremely vulnerable to multiple threats and infections. Read more »


Trojan.Badur is a Trojan infection that can steal your Steam account login data. Using a bot, it forwards you a shortened link containing a file that installs malware on your computer. While we consider it to be common sense to not click any links forwarded to you by unknown people who have just added you as a friend on gaming clients, some computer users still do it. At the moment, gaming enthusiasts should be especially careful unless they want to risk their accounts getting messed with Trojan.Badur. If you have been infected by this Trojan, remove it immediately. Read more »

Buyunlockcode Virus

Buyunlockcode Virus

Buyunlockcode Virus is a ransomware infection that demands payment for file decryption. It is a dangerous program that is hard to remove, and the infection consequences might be devastating. While you might be able to remove files related to Buyunlockcode Virus from your computer, security applications cannot decrypt the files affected by this infection. Therefore, if you do not have a file backup or you have not created a system restore point, it is highly unfortunate. When it comes to such infections such as Buyunlockcode Virus, you have to think of prevention measures as much as of the treatment of the infection. Read more »


KeyHolder is a malicious computer infection that literally destroys your files. It is a ransomware application that encrypts your files and expects you to pay a ransom fee in order to get the decryption key. If you do not have a file backup or if you don’t have a system restore point set up, it could be that you will no longer be able to restore the files encrypted by KeyHolder. Read more »


If your security tool has detected MSIL/Spy.Agent.BP, there is a huge possibility that you have encountered a Trojan. It might have slithered onto your computer without your permission and it is not surprising that you have not noticed its presence because this infection seeks to hide itself. It is very important that you remove MSIL/Spy.Agent.BP from the system because this infection might do various unwanted activities behind your back. Unfortunately, it cannot be removed via Control Panel, which means that the manual removal is very difficult. In order to find out what to do, we recommend reading through this article. Our security experts will help you to delete this infection easily and quickly. Read more »

Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked

Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked

Ransomware infections are rather common nowadays, so they might enter your system as well and place Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked or a similar message on your screen. The main aim of these infections is to extort money from computer users; however, you should not pay money to cyber criminals even if the information in Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked message states that “a warrant will be issued for your arrest” in case you do not make a payment. Do not worry; the message is fake even if it seems to be issued by National Security Bureau. In order to remove Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked message from your screen, you will have to delete the ransomware that has managed to slither onto your computer. In this case, it is very likely that VirLock ransomware is responsible for the presence of this disturbing message. Read more »