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Remove West Yorkshire Police Virus From Cell Phone

So I was shopping online on my phone and then my phone advertised “adobe flash player” itself, I thought it would be a good idea to download this app because I would like to watch videos. However, now I have realized this was the biggest mistake I have ever made in my whole life. My cell phone has been blocked by West Yorkshire Police Virus due to some sort of violations that I hadn’t done and I had to pay a £100 fine through Ukash thing! I don’t know what to do and how to handle this problem. I did a little bit of quick research and it says this is a malicious virus called the Trojan Koler. Also it is a scam so I guess I won’t get any trouble from the police. I looked up some ways on how to get rid of it, but most guides are for fixing computers. So how to unlock my android phone from this virus?

Android Phone Has Been Blocked By West Yorkshire Police Virus – How to Unlock?

“West Yorkshire Police Virus” (as known as Ukash virus) is classified as ransomware that attacks computer and smartphone users located in United Kingdom or other European countries. There are 3 variants of this virus: one that locks your computer and the other two can simply hijack your web browsers and block your phone. When the virus is installed on a phone, it blocks users from using the Internet and all the apps installed. Whenever you power on the phone, it displays a fake warning message to accuse you of breaking laws and watching porn, and then it asks for a fine of £100 within 48 hours by using Ukash or Paysafecard. If you are suffering from the same problem, don’t rush to hand over your money. West Yorkshire Police message is not real and it has nothing to do with the government or police. Instead it is associated with Trojan Koler that conducted by cyber criminals to blackmail innocent users. Now this virus is traveling around the Internet rapidly, it appears in Android application that claims to be “Adobe Flash Player” or something called “Porndriod”. If there is a pop up asking you to install things like that, you have to refuse it and don’t give any chances for West Yorkshire Police virus or other similar ransomware to invade your phone.
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Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides

How to Remove Trojan.GenericKD.1777082?

I see an alert from my antivirus program saying that Trojan.GenericKD.1777082 is in my computer but the antivirus program cannot deal with it. I have no idea how I get this Trojan virus. What damage will it cause to my computer? Will this virus destroy my personal files? What is the best way to get rid of the virus? I am worried and I want to see if someone can help me get rid of this hateful Trojan once and for all. Any help would be highly appreciated!

Trojan.GenericKD.1777082 Description:

Trojan.GenericKD.1777082 is a terrible Trojan which will attack your computer by conducting many evil actions and imperil your computer with other virus threats to give it a degraded performance. Once the invasion is completed, Trojan virus will change the system settings, corrupt your windows registry as its wishes and as a result numerous annoying ads pop up to mislead you to be the target of internet sales when you go online. Due to this Trojan, sometimes you may even unable to install any new app and can’t open some programs on your computer successfully as it will destroy all specific component in the system and also damage the useful software. Trojan virus has the ability to hide in the system since it is capable to change its location frequently and keep changing its names. It is able to track your browser record and Internet activities and to collect your private data like passwords, credit card,bank account information and so on to benefit the virus designers.
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Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last modified on October 21, 2014 5:25 am | How to Guides

How to Get Rid of HTML:FakeLock-F? (Removal Guide)

Help, please! My computer is working so slowly now. What happen? My security program informs me that my computer is infected by HTML:FakeLock-F. What is it? How does my computer get this malicious Trojan? How can I get rid of it? I am so scared. Will this pesky Trojan ruin my computer? I don’t want to leave it on my computer any more. Please help me to remove it as soon as possible. Thank you!

A Short Introduction of HTML:FakeLock-F Virus

HTML:FakeLock-F is completely a hazardous Trojan virus which is designed by malicious cyber criminals to attack innocent computer users for realizing their illegal purposes on targeted computers. These villains utilize this vicious Trojan to infect computers by bundling it with the third party program like some freeware programs. Although this Trojan can be detected by security programs, it can’t be deleted completely by the end. Once this Trojan got into your computer, it will occupy a huge space on CPU which may lead to decrease the performance of your computer badly. This malicious Trojan can automatically install and run when you start up your infected computer. It may also take control of your online activities. Besides, it maybe has the ability to end up all the running process on your computer which may disable your computer system immediately. Once it installed on your computer, ignoring this Trojan or leaving it on your computer for a long time is not a wide decision you make. What you should to first is to remove it completely without any delay, or you’ll be regret later if you let HTML:FakeLock-F continue to make chaos on your computer once it is detected.

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Published by Selina Lynmich & last modified on October 20, 2014 10:03 pm | How to Guides

Remove Worldwebfind.net Browser Hijacker

I am unable to surf the Internet normally, because I am always being redirected to some unwanted web sites. I have Yahoo as my homepage in Internet Explorer, but now the homepage is changed into an unknown site called Worldwebfind.net. I can’t seem to get rid of this website that takes over my browser. How embarrassing! How can I make my Internet Explorer work as usual?

More Details about Worldwebfind.net:

Worldwebfind.net seems to be a common domain like tens of thousands of other web sites. But it is indeed a browser hijacker which can bring a lot of troubles to the computer user. Yes, this special site can collect computer user’s valuable information for its developers to promote ads. Because Worldwebfind.net is widely released on the Internet, computers from around the world can be infected by it. In addition to stop you from surfing the Internet normally, it is able to modify your default homepage as well as search engine forcedly and show you a lot of unnecessary ads constantly, which is to benefit the developers.
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Published by Deb Mirren | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

How to Remove PUP-FNK Permanently?

I had a nasty adware called PUP-FNK that blocked me from using the computer properly. My antivirus popped up this virus every 5 mins but it just didn’t away. Every time I browse online, it displays a large number of pop-up ads and may redirect me to shady website that I have never seen before. What should I do? How to clean up my computer and remove PUP-FNK completely?

Learn More About PUP-FNK Virus:

PUP-FNK is categorized as adware that can place on random computers without any permission and consent. If you keep seeing crazy pop-up ads during your online session, it is a clear sign that your computer is infected with PUP-FNK adware. Technically speaking, this program itself is not harmful but it can perform lots of harmful activities to interrupt your browsing activities and even violate your privacy. This adware is normally bundled with freeware or shareware programs. This is the most common method for software developers to distribute adware or potentially unwanted programs and generate income. As we all know, adware can bring PC users a large number of pop-up ads. If you install a legitimate adware, those ads will be gone after you uninstall the adware. However, PUP-FNK adware is not a legitimate one, even though you have uninstalled it, the ads will still be there and won’t go away. As a consequence, when you shop online or search information on the web, there will be various pop-ups that come out of nowhere to bother you and interrupt what you are doing. Those ads will show you something attractive like coupon codes, special offers that help you save money. But don’t take any risk to clicking on them because it could redirect you to unknown webpage that contains viruses. All those offers will be displayed in an annoying manner of advertisements, such as pop-up, pop-under, in-text and banner advertisements. They appear on your web browsers including IE, Chrome or Firefox from time to time or randomly. In reality, those ads will only leave you endless trouble and make the net surfing really hard.
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Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on October 20, 2014 4:04 am | How to Guides

How to Remove Trojan Downloader:O97M/Donoff?

Trojan Downloader:O97M/Donoff virus attacked my computer and made my computer suffer from poor system performance. As a matter of fact, after its successful invasion, the Trojan infection can hide itself so well that it can bypass most anti-virus software. Why the virus is so stubborn and what terrible activities it will perform if I do not remove it promptly? What can I do to save the computer? How to get rid of the Trojan horse from the computer to avoid any loss? Please learn more about it from this article.

Trojan Downloader:O97M/Donoff Description:

Trojan Downloader:O97M/Donoff is categorized as a trojan which targets computers around the world through the internet and brings many troubles to unwary users. The computer users can easily get the Trojan by visiting a compromised website that have Trojan Downloader:O97M/Donoff codes or programs secretly hidden in it , clicking on random ads and downloading free software without any caution. Once the Trojan horse is installed, it will point you to some ransomware websites continuously which display many unwanted links related to rubbish products, ask you to download freeware and visit doubtful content. It usually runs as a background program, consuming system space greatly. This trojan hides itself so well that it is hard for you to find its trace on Task Manager. Furthermore the Trojan can use creepy tactics to help some unwanted extensions, ads-on and plug-ins to install in the computer secretly.
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Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last modified on October 21, 2014 3:41 am | How to Guides

How to Remove Adware Generic5.BZFO Virus?

AVG keeps picking up Adware Generic5.BZFO on my computer and doesn’t seem to be able to remove it from my computer. When I tried to delete it, it says inaccessible. AVG picks it up every minute and it is quite annoying. Is there any way I can get rid of this virus completely? I don’t want to rebuilt my computer because I have lots of data. Any help will be appreciated.

Adware Generic5.BZFO Virus – An Overall Description:

Adware Generic5.BZFO is categorized as annoying adware that comes from the same Adware Generic5 family like adware Generic5.AFZM and Adware Generic5.ACKC. This advertising-supported software is designed for promoting potentially unwanted programs or distributing malware and spyware, so computer users should stay away from it. When it is installed on the vulnerable computer, it annoys computer users by displaying floods of commercial advertisements pop-up ads and sponsored links that lure inexperienced users to click the ads or links and buy various products. Technically speaking, adware is not a computer virus; however it can perform many destructive activities on your computer like other viruses do. Furthermore, usually this adware won’t come alone, it will come bundled with other undesired programs and may install additional programs on your computer system, such as unwanted toolbars, add-ons or some start-up processes, which could lead to annoying website diversions.
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Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

FBI Prism Virus Removal On Android Phone (Samsung, LG, HTC)

Android smart phone is a great invention but it is targeted by some evil cyber criminals. More and more viruses are created to attack android phones, among which is the FBI Prism Virus. Not a few phone users have seen a lock screen on the phone showing government warnings and requesting a certain amount of money. In fact, that is a huge swindle! We should know that the lock screen is not from any legal organizations. You won’t go to jail. We offer a guide here on how to process FBI Prism Virus removal on android phone (Samsung, LG, HTC).

Is the FBI Prism Virus Screen on Android Phone Real?

FBI Prism Virus stops you from accessing the android mobile phone. It locks your phone screen with a fake warning message to accuse you of breaking laws and ask you to pay a “fine” within a limited time to unlock the phone. Otherwise, you will have to bear legal responsibility and face the possibility of imprisonment. Of course, that sounds really terrible for everyone! Some people will pay the fine, because no one is willing to participate in illegal issues. However, the warning message is a part of the cunning ransomware. It uses the authority of the government to make you feel fearful and panic so that you will pay without thinking. FBI Prism Virus on android phone helps the virus makes to win a large sum of money in this shameful way. What we should do is to remove it as soon as possible.
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Published by Deb Mirren & last modified on October 21, 2014 2:46 am | How to Guides

Infected by Trojan.LockScreen.EM on Your Computer? (Removal Guide)

Hey, how are you? Are you getting puzzled why your computer is getting a slow performance now? Have you used the security tool to detect why this thing happens on your computer? Trojan.LockScreen.EM? Is this what you find on your computer? Do you know something about it? Do you want to uninstall in from your computer? Have no idea about how to do then? Don’t worry. Here is the guide to help you.

More Information about Trojan.LockScreen.EM

Trojan.LockScreen.EM is classified to be a member of the Trojan horse family, which is created by cyber criminals to attack window computer users. This malicious Trojan is so nasty and dangerous infection which developed only for destructing computers by invading them unintentionally and even without the consent or knowledge of users. Once it installed on your computer, it will make chaos on your system before you remove it completely. This Trojan is really a malware which maybe generate other infections once it entered the targeted computer, such as other kinds of Trojan, adware, spyware, pop-ups and ads, etc. It is so dangerous to leave it on your computer with the passage of time. Thus, it is recommended to remove this vicious Trojan once it is detected on your computer.

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Published by Selina Lynmich & last modified on October 18, 2014 4:29 am | How to Guides

Remove Trojan:Win32/Ruovs.A

I picked up a nasty thing named Trojan:Win32/Ruovs.A yesterday. My antivirus program cannot get rid of this Trojan virus. Even though I have tried many ways which are provided on the Internet, I failed. Now countless ads pop up when I go online and the computer runs extremely slow. Will this virus destroy my personal files? I am desperate and I want to see if there is anything else can stop this hateful Trojan once and for all. I would love any help you can offer!

Trojan:Win32/Ruovs.A Description:

Trojan:Win32/Ruovs.A is categorized as a malicious Trojan horse which is able to cause all kinds of destruction to the target computer. Once the invasion of your computer is accomplished, the Trojan virus will change the settings of the system and you will get tons of rubbish search results constantly when you surf the internet. It can degrade your computer’s performance actually. For example, your PC will suffer from poor Internet connection and frequent crash of system. In addition, the virus would point you to be the target of online sales by displaying malicious pop-up ads and it can generate traffic whenever you go online. What is worse, the creepy Trojan will provide pornographic websites or other questionable websites to annoy your online activities. As a matter of fact, it is propagated on your computer through visiting suspicious web sites, reading Spam email attachment, downloading freeware or fake anti-spyware program using infected media or USB devices and etc.
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Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last modified on October 17, 2014 1:20 pm | How to Guides

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