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Lpmxp2129.com Pop-up Hijacker Removal

Earlier today I accidentally opened a Lpmxp2129.com pop-up saying that “java update” background then in front it says: WARNING! Your current browser is outdated. a critical security update has been released and you are required to update your java player. When i try to close that window, a smaller one pops up in front of the warning saying: This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave. data you have entered may not be saved. Whether i press leave page or just close it, the warning and “java” page stays open. Even if i close my internet and reopen, it’ll come back, same if i restart my laptop… My Norton says my computer is clean. My question is how to remove this pop-up completely? I don’t want to rebuilt my system. Please help!!!

What is Lpmxp2129.com Pop-up?

Lpmxp2129.com is a fake pop-up message that can appear itself on most popular web browsers including IE, Firefox and Chrome. If you receive a message saying that your video player might be outdated and you have to update to the fastest version available, don’t rush to do it because this could be misleading information that tricks you into downloading malware. This website is associated with adware or browser hijacker that can change your browser settings, redirect you to irrelevant pages without your permission and install unwanted toolbar or programs to your computer. Although the page it shows looks like most of update notifications, you should stay away from this message as it is trying to install another adware to your system. As soon as this pop up appears on your browser, it gives you tons of ads about coupons, deals or other offers whenever you are shopping online. Those pop-up windows may take over your browser and keep appearing to interrupt your browsing activities.

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Sep2

Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

Remove Websearch.fixsearch.info Browser Hijacker

Is your browser not very cooperative? You are always redirected to a website called Websearch.fixsearch.info while surfing the Internet? Why does it stop you from visiting those websites you often go to? How do you maintain a normal and safe browser?

More Details about Websearch.fixsearch.info:

Websearch.fixsearch.info is actually a browser hijacker. Most of us think that it is a common site containing a search engine. However, this special domain has the ability to control the browser completely, which has angered many computer users from all over the world. Similar to Start.Facemoods.com and Findpages.net, it plays the same trick to deceive computer users. Once you start online activities from the web site, your online behaviors will be recorded and transmitted to its developers. So, it is not a reliable site.
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Sep2

Published by Deb Mirren | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

Remove Lpmxp2110.com Browser Hijacker

Recently every time I try to launch my browser, finding my homepage is redirected to Lpmxp2110.com automatically, and some ads and other things pop up. I try to remove it by antivirus program, but it seemed that it didn’t work at all.What is the problem with my computer? It is so annoying that I am unable to use my computer as usual. Is there any other way to get rid of the problem? Any recommend is highly appreciated.

More Details about Lpmxp2110.com:

Lpmxp2110.com is harmful redirect program which can intrude into your computer and mess up your computer by performing many destructive activities. You should be serious about it once you find the traces of it in your computer. It can infect most of the browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, modify the settings in the background without your knowledge. You would get this infection by downloading some suspicious free programs, visiting hacked websites, opening attachments of spam email. Once invaded, it tracks user’s browsing record and collects useful information like sensitive data like passwords, credit card, bank account information etc. The obvious change you will notice is your homepage has been modified without your permission. Every time you open the browser, your homepage has been redirected to Lpmxp2110.com. Then the annoying pop-ups, advertisements, banners and many other similar things are shown on your desktop. It is impossible for you to get the search results that you need. Instead, you are pointed to the unknown commercial websites which the cyber criminals try to achieve their evil purpose by luring you visiting.
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Sep1

Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last modified on September 2, 2014 6:16 am | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

How to Uninstall “SalesChecker” Completely?

Is SalesChecker installed on your computer without your permission? No matter how many times you have removed it from control panel, it still comes back again and again? Whenever you are online, do you receive tons of ads that keep pushing you to pay something you don’t need or ask you to complete a survey by filling in your personal information? If you are suffering with these problems, your computer must be attacked by adware or browser hijacking malware. Follow the manual removal guide listed below to clean up your PC now! 

SalesChecker Adware Description:

“SalesChecker” is an adware application or PUP (as known as Potentially Unwanted Program) created by cyber criminals to make money by displaying a large number of pop-up ads and promoting various programs. It is also capable of redirecting computer users to sponsored websites against their will. Although this program claims it can help you save your money by giving you various coupons, deals and commercial offers, what it really does on your computer is to display crazy pop-up ads you don’t need and change your browser settings. Now this type of adware can function in Windows computer, that is to say, it can attack any computers running with Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8 (8.1) operating system. By putting this tricky adware to users’ computers, criminals can promote commercial software and boost affiliate payments. Also this adware may help install other threats like browser hijacking malware and Trojan to the compromised computer making the computer more vulnerable.

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Sep1

Published by Sarah Poehler | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

Unlock Android Phone From GVU Virus

I have to admit that my android phone is infected by a nasty virus with a name GVU. I may download some malicious apps without awareness, and in this way unfortunately my phone is attacked by the cyber criminals. It makes me so annoying that my phone is messed up by the virus. I was scared at first as my phone has never run into this kind of terrible situation. Thank for the help from one of my friends who points out that it is only a scam virus aiming to cheat you to pay for it. Those who design those kinds of viruses must have a black heart. After accepting the unfortunate fact, I try to figure out a way to get rid of it completely. Is anyone can help me out of the problem? Any suggestion is highly appreciated.

Is the GVU Virus Screen on Android Phone Real?

GVU Virus is rampant on the Internet around German area. As the mobile market is growing rapidly in recent year, the mobile phone has gradually become the target of cyber criminals. It is not so safe to surf the internet, and many suspicious apps disguise themselves as friendly free ones to luring you to download them. Once installed, the virus hiding in it begins making chaos in your phone. Once your phone gets the virus, you will see some words in German describing something about Society for the Prosecution Association of Copyright Infringement. Don’t be freak out by that. It just pretends to come from the enforcing authority and seize users’ psychological weakness, tricking them to pay the50 EUR. Victims would believe they will surely get a code to unlock their phone once they pay the money. In fact,it is just a trick well-designed to fool you. The payment won’t help you solve your problem at all. And what you can see is still the crazy blocked screen.
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Aug31

Published by Andrew Gonzalez & last modified on September 1, 2014 12:18 am | How to Guides

Remove Start.Facemoods.com Browser Hijacker

The browser runs weirdly in these days? No matter where you want to go, you are redirected to Start.Facemoods.com? Why is your most favorite homepage also changed to this unnecessary site? You are forced to start browsing from it? If you do not how to delete this browser hijacker from your computer, you can learn what to do here.

More Details about Start.Facemoods.com:

Start.Facemoods.com is a browser hijacker which has annoyed many computer users recently. Browser hijackers are masty. They even change your default homepage as well as search engine without your consent, redirect you to some suspicious web pages and control your search results. Its appearance is specially designed to be looked like a genius search engine in order to deceive inexperienced computer users. Not only will your homepage be changed its domain, but also all of your search results are not true. There may be more viruses hiding in the false results. Once you find that your computer is affected by this browser hijacker, your journey of miserableness will begin soon.
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Aug31

Published by Deb Mirren | Browser Hijacker Removal Guide

How to Remove New Zealand E-crime Lab Virus From Android Phone?

Recently I was attacked by New Zealand E-crime Lab virus on my Android smartphone. It happened on my computer before so I knew it was a scam. I just can’t believe it is able to infect my phone too!!! This virus blocked me from doing anytime on my phone and it said my phone has been locked up for safety reason and all files in my phone has been encrypted. It asked me to pay a fine of NZD $100 with 24 hours. I cannot exit the page at all. Even though I have restarted my phone a thousand times, it did the same thing. What should I do? 

Android Phone Has Been Blocked By New Zealand E-crime Lab Virus – How to Unlock?

“New Zealand E-crime Lab Virus” is an infamous virus designed by cyber hackers that can be used to attack computers or smartphone users in New Zealand. This virus was first found in July 2013, with the ability to block up both Windows computers and Mac computers. However, as the time goes by, this virus can even run itself on Android system. The hackers have aimed at the growing Android market so they threw the virus to spam email and hacked website all over the Internet or bundled with other apps or games to wait for users to download. Therefore, this virus now has the ability to take all Android phones hostage and it has infected thousands of phone users in New Zealand. This ransomware will never let you access to your phone, instead it will display a fake message titled with “Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons.” It misleads you into thinking this is a real message from the law enforcement agencies such as the Ministry of Public Safety New Zealand ransomware or Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) and a fine of NZD $100 is necessary to unlock the phone. However, the fact is this is a fake page designed by the criminals. Actually, the police will never lock your phone or keep track of your online records. If you really violate the law, they won’t simply lock your phone and demand some money, instead they will come to your home and arrest you.

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Aug30

Published by Sarah Poehler & last modified on August 30, 2014 9:24 am | How to Guides

Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb Removal

AVG says that your computer system is infected with Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb? Computer is at risk because of the Trojan horse virus? Why can’t it be removed by AVG? Why does it keep coming back after restarting the computer? How to get rid of this nasty virus?

Details of Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb:

Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb is classified as a Trojan infection which is a major computer virus now. It has the ability to bypass the protection of most antivirus programs to sneak into the computer system. Because it hides in many unknown online resources and the network now is developed, it has brought a lot of troubles to many computer users around the world. This Trojan virus is very hateful and stubborn. Once it enters into your computer, it is difficult to use antivirus programs to help. The virus is specially designed by computer hackers. When it has the chance to get in your computer, it is able to stay firmly in the computer so as to help the hackers collect your valuable information. Therefore, you should not relay too much on antivirus programs.
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Aug29

Published by Deb Mirren | How to Guides

“Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” – How to Remove?

Earlier today I was on my phone and then a pop up came up asking me to download video player so I allowed it without thinking twice. I believe that was the biggest mistake I’ve ever made. My phone now has been locked up and it gave me a warning saying that “Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” and listing my city and IP address. It also says I was being charged for viewing copyrighted material. I swear I didn’t do anything like it mentioned. This message prevents me from doing anything on my phone and  it wants me to pay $500. I looked it up and saw it was a virus, but I have no way to remove it from my phone and get it unlocked. What should I do now?

“Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” Message Blocked Up Android Phone – How to Unlock?

“Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons” is a fake warning associated with Trojan Koler or other Ransomware that can lock up a vulnerable phone and target smartphone users from all over the world, especially for United States, United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Usually this virus pretends to be a message from the FBI, Metropolitan Police or U.S Department or Justice that states your phone has been blocked due to the reason that you have been viewing child pornography sites, using unlicensed software, or sharing copyrighted files. It even displays your IP address and city to make it look more authentic. This scam is used to deceive inexperienced smartphone users and lure them into pay a non-existent fine with a prepaid card like Moneypak or Ukash. The amount of the fine is from $100-$500 and it even gives a deadline which is usually 24 hours, 48 hours or 72 hours to let you complete the payment. If you don’t follow what it says, you will never gain access to your phone anymore and criminal case will be opened against yourself. Although this piece of Ransomware seems to be scary, it has nothing to do with any legal authorities like F.B.I., Cyber Police, Mandiant U.S.A. Cyber Security, Metropolitan Police or U.S. Department of Justice, etc.

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Aug29

Published by Sarah Poehler | How to Guides

Remove Metropolitan Police Virus from Android Phone

My android phone is blocked by a police picture indicating I have to pay the fine if I want to unlock it or they will take legal action against me. I use Google to search it and make sure that it is just a scam virus. Thank God I wasn’t fooled by it. But I can’t figure out a way to delete the virus and get my phone to work as usual. Could anyone help me out of the problem? I will be so grateful if any suggestion is offered.

Is the Metropolitan Police Virus Screen on Android Phone Real?

Metropolitan Police Virus is a nasty scam virus which has been spreading furiously on the internet around the world. The virus not only attacks the computers only, but also lands their eyes on the smart phones as so many people use smart phones nowadays. The virus is one of the malicious ransom software designed by cyber criminals to achieve their evil goal by tricking phone users into paying as much as money for them. They disguise as police enforcing the law. For instance, it displays the real logos and seals on the virus page. Besides, the virus also turns on your camera automatically, it makes you fell scared in that way and you may believe that someone is watching and monitoring you. The warning message says that your phone has been blocked because the device is involved with the spam emailing, glancing over or distributing pornography, using illegal apps etc. By disguising as a friendly app or a cool game, the malware slips into the targeted phone once you are tricked by it and download this app or game, and it controls your phone and mess your data at a quick time. It is so horrible that victims can easily become panic and pay the fine without a second thought.
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Aug28

Published by Deb Mirren | How to Guides

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