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Remove Search.bytefence.com Hijacker

For some reasons, my web browser is fully taken over by Search.bytefence.com hijacker. It will not allow me to conduct a search on Google or any other engines. I use Firefox and now every time I go online, there are tons of ads interrupting my online activities. I ran a quick scan, then a full scan with Malwarebytes, and it identified 2 items, got rid of them (I think). Problem is still not fixed. I tried to change my browser settings but it didn’t help at all. It is very frustrating. Any suggestions?

Search.bytefence.com Description:

Search.bytefence.com is a phony search engine classified as browser hijacker that can modify browser settings, hijack one’s default homepage, install unwanted toolbar, display annoying pop-up ads and even redirect users to malicious website against their wills. When it gets installed, it stops users from going online properly. You will be constantly redirected to Web sites that you had no intention of visiting. Whenever you surf online, you will end up having tons of pop-up ads or misleading error messages on your screen. It takes much longer than before to load up a web page. Besides, the hijacker can corrupt any browsers you have installed including IE, Firefox and Chrome. As a result, your browser may keep freezing and show you “Not responding” error. Although Search.bytefence.com seems like a legitimate and trustworthy search engine, it won’t really offer reliable search results for its users. The hijacker is created purposely for marketing, commercial and publicity purposes only.
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Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

Javascript Fine Warning Locked Mobile Device? Popup Unlock Guide

I have an iPhone. Yesterday I accidentally clicked a link on an inappropriate website and all of a sudden a message popped up saying that I had to pay 500$ within 24 hours or I would be persecuted for violating some rights or whatever and charged as a criminal. It was just a plane white page and it even gave me my location. I was scared to death and then I searched online, fortunately I found it was just a virus. The javascript fine warning blocked my Internet and I can’t leave the page or minimize it so I am unable to get online now. How do I get rid of the locked page and remove the virus completely?

Javascript Fine Warning Popup Locked Mobile Device? – How to Unlock?

“Javascript Fine Warning Virus” is a general name used to indicate a bunch of Ransomware that uses Javascript to hijack user’s web browser such as Safari or Chrome and then ask for a ransom. This type of virus doesn’t just attack computer, Apple products and Android devices are in danger as well. Now Android smartphones, tablets, iPhones and iPads are used by tens of thousands of users around the world nowadays, those cyber criminals won’t miss this wonderful chance to inject all kinds of viruses to phones in order to gain profit. When this gets installed, it shows as a fake police warning pop up whenever you try to open your browser or switch to another web page. It will claim you have done something illegal with your mobile device, and that you are being fined by a police force or government agency such as FBI, AFP, Cyber Police or Royal Canadian Mounted Police etc. You will not be able to cancel or leave the page. Whenever you try to do that, a fake police pop up will come and ask if you are sure you want to leave the page (a classic JavaScript warning notice), with the options to leave or stay on the page. If you click to leave, the initial warning which keeps asking you to pay for the fine will appear again, and the process starts again. Your Internet access will be totally blocked because of this javascript fine warning page. It is a little bit different from the previous Ransomware which disguises itself as Flash Player app for Android and blocks everything on the phone. This one is just used to block one’s Internet access. Nevertheless, both types of Ransomware are sharing the same goal, which is to scare innocent users and extort their money.
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Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on July 30, 2015 9:13 am | How to Guides

Go-search.ru Hijacker Removal Guide

How do I stop getting redirected to Go-search.ru on my browser (Firefox and internet explorer)? The problem started after I downloaded a music player. I have tried every single piece of software but until now I have found nothing. It changed my default homepage and search engine. How do I remove this annoying hijacker?

Go-search.ru Redirect/Hijacker Description:

Go-search.ru is categorized as a browser hijacker that changes your home page and default search engine provider, redirects your web browser to suspicious web pages against your will and alters your search results when you perform a web search like doing a Google/Yahoo/Bing search. If you find your current homepage or search engine suddenly changed to this page and your web browser starts displaying crazy pop-up ads, it is a clear sign that your PC has been compromised. The hijacker usually attacks well-known browsers like Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Most users download this hijacker themselves without knowing that. Since it comes bundled to many free software, many users can skip it and allow installing it without noticing. Go-search.ru seems to be a regular page that offers search services to computer users, but in reality its goals are related to promoting sponsored websites and distributing potentially unwanted programs, it won’t give PC users any reliable search results at all.
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Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

How to Remove Trojan.vawtak.ED Manually?

Is your computer infected with Trojan.vawtak.ED virus? Have you tried many ways to get rid of the virus but it just didn’t go away? Why it can keep coming back and infecting your system without your knowledge? Will it steal your personal information and damage your files stored on the PC? What’s the best way to remove this nasty Trojan?

Infected With Trojan.vawtak.ED Virus – How to Remove?

Trojan.vawtak.ED Virus is classified as malicious Trojan that was created by cyber criminals to attack all kinds of Windows computer systems, including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8 or 8.1. Trojan virus is highly dangerous. It can masquerades as a legitimate file or helpful program with the ultimate purpose of granting a hacker unauthorized access to a computer. It is also designed for messing up users’ computer system, corrupting system files, installing unwanted malware and even stealing crucial information. Trojan.vawtak.ED virus may come from malicious website or any legitimate websites that have been hacked. It also may come from unsafe downloads like attachments in a spam email, fake flash player or misleading update message. The virus can disable firewall and bypass the detection of most security tools in order to get into the target system. Once it is downloaded, it cause multiple problems to interrupt your activities and destroy your computer system you need to remove it from the system as soon as it is detected.
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Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides

Trojan.Win32.Clicker!BT Removal Guide

Hey, there. Trojan.Win32.Clicker!BT was detected by Norton on my computer this morning. I did not know why my computer got infected by this virus. Now my computer could not work well. What should I do? Norton as well as my other security programs can not remove this Trojan completely. This Trojan is so stubborn. How do I get rid of this virus quickly?

Learn More Information About Trojan.Win32.Clicker!BT

Trojan.Win32.Clicker!BT is sorted to be the malicious Trojan virus which can not be detected by any antivirus tool easily. This virus is created by malicious cyber criminals, which produce it to attack Windows operating system, including Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 8 and so on. This Trojan may do lots of harmful things on your computer after its installation. Once installed, it may take control of your online activities immediately. And then it can make your security program to display lots of fake information for you. It will recommend you to download its fake antivirus program or update your security program so that it can install other malicious threats on your computer. This Trojan has infected with thousands of computer around the world recently. Thus, once you found this Trojan, you should remove it from your computer immediately.

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Published by Selina Lynmich | How to Guides

How to Remove SeekMx.com Hijacker?

Hello, there. I was redirected to SeekMx.com after I installed a game on my computer. After that, each time I went online, I kept being redirected to its domain. I did not know why this thing happened to me. It was so pesky. I can’t get rid of this hijacker. But how do I do this by manual? It is so complicated. What should I do now? Please help!

More Information About SeekMx.com Hijacker

SeekMx.com hijacker is classified as a malicious browser hijacker which is created by cyber criminals to attack computer users’ browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Safari and so on. Once this virus gets into your computer, you will not be able to avoid it no matter which browser you choose to use. This virus will become an embarrassing element for your computer usage sessions once it manages somehow to reside on your computer. This virus can dive into your computer with the help of the third applications. Usually, this virus may be bundled with spam emails, suspicious links and freeware download. So, this virus can get into your computer so secretly.

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Published by Selina Lynmich | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

How to Remove Paysafecard Virus From Mobile Phone, Tablet?

I got a message saying that my phone has been blocked for viewing child pornography contents and violating copyright and related right laws so I need to pay £100 via Paysafecard or Ukash to unlock my phone. It really freaked me out and now I can’t access my phone at all except for inputting the Paysafecard code. I tried to exit the blocked page but it didn’t give me any chance to get into settings even after restart. The blocked pop up had my IP address, city and my picture. It said if I don’t pay, I will be fined or sent to jail. I am really scared and I have never done anything illegal before. I searched online and found many people had the same problem before. I understand it is a virus used by hackers to try and obtain personal and financial information for fraudulent purposes. But I can’t remove this Paysafecard Virus from my cell phone. I am using Samsung S5 if that matters. Please help!

Paysafecard Virus Blocked Mobile Phone&Tablet – How to Unlock?

“Paysafecard Virus” is a general name used to indicate a bunch of dangerous ransomware which utilized illegal methods to lock computer or phone system and demand a fine via Paysafecard just like Cheshire Police Authority Virus or PCeU Virus. This type of virus focuses on users in European countries, especially UK. It usually gets into target system through a method known as a “drive-by download”. That means as long as the target users visit a corrupted website like a pornography site or download a fake app that masquerades as popular service such as Browser Update, Adobe Flash Player or BestHDPorn, the device will be infected immediately. The virus may also infect your system while you are installing a game or program, opening a picture, playing a video file or shopping online. Paysafecard Virus is active on Android phones, Android tablets, iPad or iPhone and it is designed for scamming users and stealing money from their pockets.
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Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on July 25, 2015 11:08 am | How to Guides

How to Get Rid Of Policia Federal Mexico Ransomware From Phone, Tablet or Ipad?

Hey, there. My Iphone 5 was blocked by a Policia Federal Mexico Ransomware with a statement of “Your phone has been blocked by safety reasons!” I can’t get into my Internet now. I was new in Mexico. What should I do? I rebooted my phone again and again. It was still there when I went to the Internet. How can I remove this virus? Please help!

Phone Was Blocked By Policia Federal Mexico Ransomware —How to Unblock?

Policia Federal Mexico Ransomware is a Ransomware virus which blocks your phone which is located in Mexico. This virus may block your phone and then hoax you that it is the real Mexico’s Federal Police. It states that due to your online activities go against the Law of Mexico. And It accused you that you may watch pornographic and spread porn information on the Internet and so on. Now it records your city and state as well as your IP address. You are demanded to pay for a fine of 500$ to unblock your phone within 40 hours. If not, it will put your in jail. If you are threatened this scam virus, then you believe in what it said and pay for the fine, you may find that you make a big mistake to pay for a scam. Once you paid, there is no way for you to get your money back. As a matter of fact, this is a scam virus which pretends to be the legit organization, Mexico Federal Police, with its malicious purpose of hacking innocent phone users’ hard eared money.

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Published by Selina Lynmich | How to Guides

How to Get Your Phone Unlocked From Cyber Police Fine Warning Message?

Earlier today I was using my phone to search information, and then my phone had been blocked by cyber police for some cyber crimes such as watching pornography or downloading illegal contents. It said I needed to pay a $500 fine within 48 hours or they will file a case against me. I have never done anything illegal so I’ve searched everywhere on the Internet and found out it was a scam trying to scare users into paying a fine. Apparently the warning message is not really from the Cyber Police and it is just a part of the Reveton Ransomware scam. My question is how to get rid of the cyber police fine warning message from my Samsung Galaxy S5? I have put my cell phone to safe mode but I have no idea what to do next. Any idea?

Cyber Police Fine Warning Message Blocked Your Cell Phone? What Is It?

“Cyber Police Virus” is another scam that uses the same scare tactic like FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) virus, PCeU (Police Central e-crime Unit) Virus and AFP (Australian Federal Police) Virus to rip off innocent mobile phone users. Now cyber criminals are constantly devising new types of malware to commit financial theft, fraud, identity theft and other crimes against ordinary people. They use all kinds of illegal methods to distribute this mobile phone virus over the Internet. The virus may disguise as a useful app to trick users into downloading it, or it may install on a phone or tablet by javascript. Once downloaded, the virus will display a fake warning message on your device stating that you are suspected to disseminate pornographic materials or violate the copyright law, etc. As a result of violating law, the “Cyber Police” uses a notification to block your phone and requires you to pay a fine:
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Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on July 21, 2015 8:49 am | How to Guides

How to Remove Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus step by step manually

Your android phone or your computer blocked by the Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus? Is this sudden pop up warning message having something to do with the Australian Federal Police (AFP scam $300)? Why am I being accused of violating copyrighted laws online? Is there a fine involved to unlock the PC, Mac book or android phone? Will the police come to my house and arrest me if I refuse to pay? What other options do I have to safely unlock my mac book or unlock my computer from this Australian Federal Police block screen? So I had a notification pop up on my phone to update my browser and I did and now I have an AFP warning on my phone and its locked asking me to send 100 AUD, is this something I Need to be concerned about? I just read the part of the AFP virus, but I have no idea how to get rid of it. BTW, how long does it take for a phone that has been blocked for watching pornography? How can I unlock my android phone and get rid of the AFP ukash virus from my android phone manually (Samsung Galaxy, LG, ZTE, HTC or Motorola and so on)?

Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus Locked Android Phone or PC? How to Unlock The Blocked Warning Screen?

Have you heard Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus? Someday when you turn on your computer and log in your account, you see that your computer is locked by a page saying that your computer is locked by the Australian Federal Police department due to your illegal behaviors such as download music or videos. And sometimes when you visit some sites on your android phone, then the AFP thing pops up demanding a payment with ukash code to get your cell phone unlocked. It claims that you need to pay 100 Australian dollars to the Federal Police department so that your computer or your mobile device can be unlocked, or otherwise, you will be arrested by the local police in 48 or 72 hours. Are you scared when you see this terrible message? You may get confused by how and why you are getting this message when you did nothing illegal on the Internet. However, if you pay 100 Australian dollars to this virus, you may find that your computer is still locked and you still cannot use it. Actually this is a virus that act as a real government department warning to scam your money. It’s very similar to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police virus. If you pay the requested amount of fine to this Australian Federal Police Ukash Virus, your money will be gone and you can never get the money back. This is a tricky virus which can attack your computer via many ways including malicious web sites or links. This is a virus that is similar to the FBI virus. When you see the tricky virus, please do not trust it. It has nothing to do with the the Australian Federal Police or the government but a virus that will lock your computer or your android phone and cause constant troubles. Next time when you see this virus, do not trust what it says or pay the requested fine. Instead, you need to remove this Australian Federal Police Ukash scam immediately. Read the rest of this post »


Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last modified on July 21, 2015 7:06 am | How to Guides

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