Is there anyone who can help me remove Win32/Teerac.Q Trojan virus? Yesterday, I opened an email attachment. Soon, the antivirus program told that my computer was infected. I had it removed immediately. However, it came back every time I restarted the computer. Is there any way to remove Win32/Teerac.Q Trojan virus completely? Please help me. Thank you.
Brief Information of Win32/Teerac.Q Trojan Virus
Win32/Teerac.Q Trojan virus is a harmful and tricky computer threat. As a member of the Trojan virus family, it shares all the characters of Trojan. It is able to hide itself deeply in your system. Few anti-virus programs have the ability to detect it, let alone your naked eyes. It performs tasks so silently that you will not notice it until it brings you a big mess. It can attack many versions of operating systems, such as Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows vista and Windows XP etc. Once it accesses your system, it blocks security programs and browser firewall to get maximum right to control your computer. Your files and system will be badly corrupted. You will gradually notice that your computer fails to work normally. Various popup alerts, ads, banners and other annoying things appear on your screen frequently. In the end, you barely can use the infected computer to work. Besides, this threat also targets on your personal information on computer. They can make illegal money from your information. Hence, we strongly suggest you remove Win32/Teerac.Q Trojan virus as soon as possible. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan | How to Guides
Hey, there? I have a thing on my browser called something like WowMovix. I don’t know who installs it on my system, I never did it. I searched information about it on the internet and learn that it is a program to help find free films. But I also find negative information about it, saying it is a suspicious extension and may cause problems. So I decide to remove it from my computer just in case. But I know little about computer and don’t know how to do, please help!
Important Information about the WowMovix browser extension.
The Wowmovix.com is a webpage of good appearance that is used to help distribute the suspicious WowMovix browser extension. According to official declaration, the extension is designed to target Google Chrome browser users to help easily search the web for FREE unlimited movies, TV series, thrillers and movie reviews. From the declaration, a piece of important information can be learned. The WowMovix will install the suspicious WowMovix browser extension on the Google Chrome only. This should be a piece of good news for users who use other browsers instead of Google Chrome to surf the internet. But as matter of fact, whether the extension is targeted to Google Chrome only or not is still unknown according to a report. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide
What is a fake police virus? How to identify a fake police virus like the fake FBI virus? Some victims say that they can feel it is just a fake police scam virus at the sight of the infection. While some who are not that techy and sensitive feel freaked out about the virus. In some cases, the victims are so horrible that they end up paying a non-existent fine as the hackers’ demand without the problem being solved. Some even deal with the infection in a ridiculous way, for example by throwing the infected device into a river to eliminate the evidence, because they scare the virus-claimed authority will come to their house to arrest and put them in jail. What is more, since the first infection about several years ago, the virus has varied a great deal in many ways. There are many different variants prevailing all over the world. Hence, we think it is still needed to tell about the characteristics of the fake police virus that can help identify such an infection.
More Information about the Fake Police or FBI-like Virus Scam:
Based on a thorough analysis of the reliable materials about all variants of the discussed virus, which are collected in various ways such as from the reports of the victims who come to us for help and by reading all kinds of essays or articles involved with the virus, we conclude that a fake police virus or FBI-like virus always features the characteristics that are going to be analyzed as below. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides
Hi, there. I was watching an interesting movie online. Suddenly, a pop-up came into my screen and asked me to setup that website as my default search engine. I wanted to close it. But, I clicked on it by mistake. I was thinking it was ok and nothing was gonna happen. However, thing was not going well as my imagination. My computer was infected by Findoncloud.com Redirection Virus. I got bunch of similar links and pop-up while I was search my favorite on that virus’ domain. I got kinds of error webpages. My computer acted really weirdly. What should I do? How do I remove this readdress virus from my infected computer? Can anyone help? Thank you!
Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari Gets Infected By Findoncloud.com Browser Hijacker – What to Do?
Findoncloud.com browser hijacker can make chaos on kinds of browsers that are installed on the target computer. This redirection virus aims at ruining the famous browsers, such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera as well as Safari. It may not only attack Windows computers like Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, but also aims to hack IOS Mac computers. In order to make itself look like believable website, the cyber hackers will create kinds of random keywords (such as xbox 360 free, avg free download 2016, google chrome…) on its domain to attract computer users’ attention. When you see it at your first sight, you may think that you get a “good” and “useful” website. However, if you use this website, it turns out that this website is a completely unwanted application, a rogue webpage. And you are fooled by the virus’s appearance.
Published by Selina Lynmich | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide
How to Unlock Safari from “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Virus Warning Screen
Hello, there. I need help. I don’t know why: while I was browsing Internet on my Safari, I visited a shopping website which I used to buy my clothes on it, all of a sudden, a pop-up came onto my screen and I wanted to end it, but, I was redirected to an unknown website. After that, my Safari screen got locked by “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Virus Warning Screen. Each time I booted my Safari, I got redirected to the virus screen. I couldn’t use my Safari any more. What should I do? Please help!
How to Remove “Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Virus Warning Screen from iPad, iPhone?
“Your device has been locked for illegal pornography” Virus Warning Screen may lock your safari and keep you away from using Safari normally on the infected device. With the rapid growth in living standard, most of you would like to use apple products like iPad, iPhone, Mac computer to show yours living standard. Safari is a default browser for apple device. Lots of you use Safari on their iPad, iPhone to browse the Internet. Many people who are using iPad, iPod, iPhone may think that apple products are free from virus attack. They are greatly immune to viruses and malware. However, with development of IT technology, not only device users can find ways to protect their devices, but also cyber criminals find ways to distribute virus to the Internet, even though apple devices. Since this version of virus is improved to attack iPhone/iPad, this scam virus will easily spread online and hits Apple iOS device. Cyber criminals used to associate scam virus with third party applications throughout the Internet. This scam infection will pop up and lock your iPhone/iPad while you are visiting a phishing site, opening a junk e-mail attachment, clicking on an unknown link or downloading an application from an unsafe source.
“I have a bogus virus on my iPhone. The messaging is saying about…”Your device has been locked for illegal pornography. Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for unlocking”. Along with a screen that is showing kinds of nasty bestiality pictures. I did the research on Google. I knew that it is unreal. How do I delete this virus? My safari is blocked. Please help!”
Published by Selina Lynmich | How to Guides
Hello. This is Barry. I think my computer is infected with a virus. It runs slow and freezes randomly since I saw Search.funsocialtabsearch.com on the browser. Now, it becomes my homepage. I get popup about product promotion and adult contents all the time. I didn’t subscribe to any one of those websites. When I browse, weird websites appear automatically. How can I stop that? Can you help me please?
Brief Description of Search.funsocialtabsearch.com Browser Hijacker
Search.funsocialtabsearch.com is identified as a browser hijacker. It changes both your system and browser settings to perform malicious activities freely. You may notice that your computer runs slow after you see this browser hijacker. It is because the virus is able to slow down your system by installing useless and unwanted programs. Once your system is infected, this threat can attack all your browsers no matter it is a Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge or Safari. Tons of annoying ads will pop up on your screen frequently. Search results supported by this search engine will be filled with its sponsored links. Besides, you will be redirected to unknown websites suddenly. To help its developer make more money, it collects information on your computer. This malware works for its developer secretly and is able to escape from your security program. You will not notice it until it brings you a big mess. Hence, it is necessary to pay enough attention to browser hijacker infection. Otherwise, you will not able to know what it has done to damage your computer. We suggest you find and remove Search.funsocialtabsearch.com as soon as possible. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide
Hey, there? Guys, I really need your help! I am almost freaked out. I have never seen a website as nasty as this one. It is something like data://(null) popup. I have done nothing. I was checking an email that is sent by somebody. I don’t know who it is. I was opening the attachment, all of sudden, i was directed to a porn website, and messages accusing me of watching porn popped up continually every time I tried to close them. It claims to be government authority and asks me to pay a fine for watching porn videos, if I don’t pay, people will come to my house to arrest me and put me in jail. What is more frightening is that they have got my IP and location! Is it real? Even though I know it is a scam, it stops me from using my safari on my ipad to surf the internet. And I can’t remove it myself. It is really a headache! Please help me! Many thanks!
Data://(null) Popup Scam Description:
The data://(null) popup is no more than a scam virus that mainly targets such devices as iPhone and iPad. But many victims are frightened and some even fooled into making the payment as the hackers say. How does this happen? After systematic analysis, here we conclude three probable possibilities. First of all, the virus pretends to be the police department to threaten the victims. In fact, the police department has nothing to do with the data://(null) popup virus. But on the popup, you are apparently able to see the logo of the autority there. And the victims will be asked to pay a fine within 24 or 72 hours. If they refuse to pay, the police would come to their houses to arrest them and they will be put into prison for illegal activities online. And the victims become more scared when they see their IP, location, device OS and other information are displayed by the hacker on the popup. Secondly, some victims may as a matter of fact, have visited immoral websites for immoral contents such as visiting a pornographic website to watch porn videos. If they don’t, they may have not got their devices infected with the data://(null) popup virus, let alone believing the story the virus tells to threaten the victims to make the payment at the first sight of the message. Finally, the data://(null) popup virus are virtually able to cause problems and troubles for the victims. According to reports, the data://(null) popup virus is able to block the victims from using their browser to surf the internet. Sometimes, the device is not blocked completely. You can start a new tab together with the virus page. But in many cases where aggressive variants of the data://(null) popup virus were reported, the victims are not allowed to access the internet at all. The data://(null) popup virus will stick to the browser all the time even if the device is restarted. It seems there is no way to get rid of it at all. Besides, those immoral porn contents will inevitably embarrass you when the device is used on public occasion.
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Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on December 4, 2016 5:15 pm | How to Guides
Brief Information of Your Windows has been Banned Screenlocker
Your Windows has been Banned Screenlocker is caused by a piece of malware which displays fake security alerts on your computer. The cyber criminals create and spread this threat to attack unexpected users. Once the malware sneaks into your computer, it performs many malicious activities to help its owner make money. It uses fake warnings to scare users into paying money to remove viruses that its owners make. This malware is a bit different from other tech support scams. It tells you that you need pay fee to fix your computer while others do not mention the fee. No phone number is provided until you click on “Show Nearest Microsoft Technician” button. Though it mentions about the Microsoft technicians, it has nothing to do with the Microsoft company or any other reliable tech support company. It only wants money from you and does not care about your computer at all. Hence, do not follow its guide to contact technicians. When seeing Your Windows has been Banned Screenlocker, you ought to remove the malware as soon as possible. This malware is harmful to your system. Get rid of it before it is able to perform more activities. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Emerson L. Sullivan & last modified on December 5, 2016 7:35 am | Fake Alert Removal Guide
Hey, there. I want to remove the News-first.com from my computer. I know it is a malicious program, and that is why I want it removed from my computer. I have tried many times using different antivirus programs to deal with it. But they finally prove to be useless. They can’t even detect the program, let alone killing it. So I decide to try manual removal. But I am not an expert and have no idea how to work on it. So please help me. Much appreciated!
Important Information about the News-first.com.
If you find the News-first.com on your web browser such as Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Mosilla Firefox, you are recommended to get rid of it completely as fast as you can. If not, you are going to face a lot of inconveniences and many violent potential threats caused by the program. Because it is reported the News-first.com is, in fact, a browser hijacker, instead of a program that is as good as what it tells about itself. It is said in many reports that the News-first.com has been designed with the ability of corrupting the computer to get itself executed in an auto way at the system startup by appending certain values to such places as “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce” and “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run” in the registry. When this step is done, the further action to serve its malicious purpose will follow. Many users report that they find the News-first.com as an extension on their web browsers and the setting of the homepage has been changed from the domain that they often used before into the domain of the News-first.com or something similar. This is not a surprising situation at all in the case of infection with the News-first.com virus. Because as any other web browser hijacker, the News-first.com is able to add itself as an extension on the browser and works to change the homepage and default search engine into the domains that belong to the virus without the user’s permission. What does all this mean? It means you will start from a suspicious website anytime you click on the homepage button. It means you will be provided with a result page that includes tons of dubious advertising links which may bring violent viruses into your system when you use the search engine of the News-first.com to search things on the internet. This is really dangerous and that is why you are suggested to remove it quickly when you find it on your device.
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Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide
Internet Explorer got changed by Luckysearch123.com virus. What should I do? Lots of banners and coupons were showing everywhere on my computer screen. It kept interrupting me from doing anything normally. I would like my computer getting back normally again. How do I do that? How do I remove this malicious virus from my browser? Please help.
More Information About Luckysearch123.com Browser Hijacker:
Like other similar browser hijacker virus, Luckysearch123.com Browser Hijacker is created by cyber criminals, which may conduct lots of pesky activities after getting into the target computer. Once infected, you may be redirected to visit kinds of unknown URL or porn image websites. This virus has the ability to replace your default homepage and search engine into Luckysearch123.com. Thus, each time you start to browser or add a new tab, you will be redirected to this virus domain again and again. With this virus making chaos on your computer, you will meet kinds of computer troubles without any hint. You can’t browse the website normally. You can’t get your favorite links while you are using the fake search engine. Everything on your computer will act in a weirdly way. Under this circumstance, you’d better figure out a way to get rid of this malicious virus as soon as you can.
Published by Selina Lynmich | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide