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CryptoLocker Ransomware

CryptoLocker Ransomware screenshot

The CryptoLocker Trojan is a ransomware infection that encrypts the victim’s files. CryptoLocker may typically be installed by another threat such as a Trojan downloader or a worm. Once CryptoLocker is installed, CryptoLocker will search for sensitive files on the victim’s computer and encrypt them. Essentially, CryptoLocker takes the infected computer hostage by preventing access to any of the computer user’s files. CryptoLocker then demands payment of a ransom to decrypt the infected files. CryptoLocker is quite harmful, and ESG security analysts strongly advise computer users to use an efficient, proven and updated anti-malware program to protect their computer from...

Posted on September 11, 2013 in Ransomware

Play-bar.net

The Play-bar.net search aggregator is similar to Ultimate-search.net , and it is a questionable service that is promoted by a browser hijacker. The Play-bar.net site is operated by Blisbury LLP and features a small search bar, a weather forecast in the top right corner and a clock widget in the top left corner. Additionally, the Play-bar.net site may offer users to play Adobe Flash games on online gaming platforms like Princess Games , GamesRockit and TikiArcade . The browser hijacker related to Play-bar.net is written with the purpose of diverting the Internet traffic of infected users to Play-bar.net and earn affiliate revenue. The Play-bar.net browser hijacker may modify your DNS settings and change your default search aggregator, homepage and a new tab to Play-bar.net. The Play-bar.net browser hijacker might edit your Windows...

Posted on October 14, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Cerber Ransomware

The Cerber Ransomware is a ransomware infection that is used to encrypt the victims’ files. The Cerber Ransomware adds the extension CERBER to every file that the Cerber Ransomware encrypts. After the Cerber Ransomware has encrypted some of the files of the victim, the Cerber Ransomware demands the payment of a ransom in exchange for the decryption key. According to Cerber Ransomware’s ransom note, computer users have one week to pay the ransom amount before this amount is doubled. As the Cerber Ransomware encrypts the victim’s files, it creates TXT, HTML, and VBS files named ‘DECRYPT MY FILES’ with instructions on how to pay the Cerber Ransomware’s ransom. These files are dropped on every folder that contains files that were encrypted by Cerber Ransomware. According to these ransom notes, the...

Posted on March 4, 2016 in Ransomware

Cerber3 Ransomware

The Cerber3 Ransomware is a new version of a well-known ransomware Trojan. The Cerber Ransomware Trojan now uses a slightly different method during its attack. The main difference is that the files infected by the Cerber3 Ransomware can be identified through the use of .CERBER3 as the extension that identifies the files that have been encrypted in the attack. PC security analysts had observed a Cerber2 variant of this attack previously. This numbering system may indicate new versions of software, and threats are no exception. The appearance of the Cerber3 Ransomware indicates that the Cerber ransomware family is being developed and updated currently. The Cerber3 Ransomware was discovered recently, around the end of August of 2016. The Cerber3 Ransomware presents minor differences from previous versions of this threat. However,...

Posted on September 1, 2016 in Ransomware

DNS Unlocker

The DNS Unlocker is adware that has caught the attention of PC security researchers. Many computer users have been using programs like the DNS Unlocker to bypass region-locking components in online applications. The DNS Unlocker, in particular, has been advertised as a way for computer users to access Netflix for regions outside of their location. PC security analysts strongly recommend against this approach. There are numerous applications available that supposedly allow computer users to modify their IP or connect to certain websites that are blocked for certain regions. However, this is a common way for adware developers to distribute their low-level and mid-level threats. In several situations, it may be better to avoid using these types of components or looking for reputable options even if they are slightly more expensive than...

Posted on June 15, 2015 in Adware

Tavanero.info

Tavanero.info is a bogus search engine that is associated with a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). Tavanero.info attempts to mimic the look and feel of the Google search engine to mislead computer users. Tavanero.info uses the Google logo colors in its layout and even includes the term ‘GoogleTM Custom Search,’ despite the fact that Tavanero.info has no affiliations with Google. Tavanero.info should be considered for what it is, a bogus search engine that may be used to expose computer users to potentially harmful online advertisements and content. There is no legitimate connection between Tavanero.info and Google, despite this fake search engine’s claims. Tavanero.info is linked to a type of PUP known as a browser hijacker, mainly because these components may be used to hijack the computer users’ Web...

Posted on September 6, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Tech-connect.biz

If Tech-connect.biz start appearing as your homepage and search engine, this means that your computer is housing a browser hijacker. Then you wonder how it could have happened if wasn’t you who introduced Tech-connect.biz on your machine. The answer is very simple; browser hijackers may be part of the installation of a free software you downloaded from the Web recently. This is a well-used method since the computer users may be in a hurry when installing the free program they need and instead of choosing ‘Advanced’ or ‘Custom,’ used the quickest installation method, skipping its EULA and additional details, giving the browser hijacker, adware, and PUPs, the permission to be installed unknowingly. Although not threatening, Tech-connect.biz may cause a series of inconveniences to the computer users, such as...

Posted on September 15, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Antivirus Security Pro

Antivirus Security Pro screenshot

Antivirus Security Pro is a rogue security application that belongs to a large family of rogue security software known as . Antivirus Security Pro is a fake security program that is disguised as a legitimate anti-virus application. Antivirus Security Pro does this by displaying false positives and bogus security warnings on the victim’s computer. There are several ways in which criminals distribute Antivirus Security Pro, including malicious attack websites and spam email messages containing malicious attachments. Security analysts consider that Antivirus Security Pro presents a threat to your computer. Because of this, ESG security researchers strongly recommend that computer...

Posted on August 22, 2013 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

Zepto Ransomware

The Zepto Ransomware is a variant of the Trojan Locky Ransomware . The Zepto Ransomware is designed to infect all versions of the Windows operating system, from Windows XP all the way to Windows 10. Ransomware Trojans like the Zepto Ransomware are especially threatening because, even if removed, the victim’s files will still be inaccessible. Essentially, the Zepto Ransomware takes the victim’s files hostage, encrypting them and demanding the payment of a ransom to decrypt them. Since the files encrypted by the Zepto Ransomware are impossible to recover without access to the decryption key, PC security analysts advise that computer users take immediate preventive measures to avoid becoming victims of this and similar ransomware Trojan attacks. When the Zepto Ransomware is installed on the victim’s computer, it...

Posted on June 29, 2016 in Ransomware

CryptoWall Ransomware

CryptoWall Ransomware screenshot

The CryptoWall Ransomware is a ransomware Trojan that carries the same strategy as a number of other encryption ransomware infections such as Cryptorbit Ransomware or CryptoLocker Ransomware . The CryptoWall Ransomware is designed to infect all versions of Windows, including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. As soon as the CryptoWall Ransomware infects a computer, the CryptoWall Ransomware uses the RSA2048 encryption to encrypt crucial files. Effectively, the CryptoWall Ransomware prevents computer users from accessing their data, which will be encrypted and out of reach. The CryptoWall Ransomware claims that it is necessary to pay $500 USD to recover the encrypted...

Posted on May 12, 2014 in Ransomware

DoubleClick

DoubleClick is an online business that is affiliated with Google. However, many PC security researchers and organizations consider their HTTP cookies as spyware since they can track a computer user’s online activity and record any advertisements that are viewed on that Internet browser. In fact, many anti-malware programs remove or block the DoubleClick tracking cookie. It does not help matters that the DoubleClick opt-out option is not a solution. Security analysts have found that opting out of the DoubleClick tracking cookie does not eliminate tracking based on the computer users’ IP address. There was also a period when criminals took advantage of DoubleClick and MSN in order to deliver malware through a security exploit. While DoubleClick has the capacity to monitor your online capacity, ESG security researchers do...

Posted on March 26, 2005 in Cookies

RelevantKnowledge

RelevantKnowledge screenshot

RelevantKnowledge is software that exists in a moral grey area. RelevantKnowledge is widely considered spyware, because RelevantKnowledge will collect huge amounts of information about your Internet usage, and then use that information to put together even more information about you. That information is then sold, anonymously, either individually or as part of aggregate data. Given the way that RelevantKnowledge is installed on most computers, it is unlikely that most of those users are fully aware of the facts about RelevantKnowledge. RelevantKnowledge is a product of the company MarketScore, formerly called Netsetter. MarketScore developed and uses RelevantKnowledge in order to...

Posted on April 8, 2005 in Adware

OnlineMapFinder

OnlineMapFinder is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that is advertised at Free.onlinemapfinder.com/index.jhtml as a premium Web-app. The OnlineMapFinder application is developed by Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. and is described at Free.onlinemapfinder.com/index.jhtml as “Maps, Driving Directions and more in one Chrome New Tab” briefly. The OnlineMapFinder application works as a browser extension/add-on that you can attach to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. You may find the OnlineMapFinder useful if you are traveling around the world with a laptop on your back. The OnlineMapFinder app may load exciting content from sources like Maps.nationalgeographic.com, Historicaerials.com, and Mapquest.com. OnlineMapFinder may be eliminated by going through the web browser add-ons and extensions menu to...

Posted on March 4, 2014 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Elex Hijacker

The Elex Hijacker is a Web browser hijacker that may take over a Web browser, change its homepage and other settings and prevent computer users from restoring their Web browser to its default setting. The Elex Hijacker may be associated with a variety of other unwanted symptoms. The main reason that makes the Elex Hijacker is considered a browser hijacker is because its main purpose is to take over a Web browser to force computer users to view certain websites repeatedly and open new Web browser windows and tabs while the computer users attempt to use their computers. The Elex Hijacker is promoted as a useful Web browser extension or add-on. However, PC security researchers have determined that the Elex Hijacker does not offer any useful or beneficial service. Rather, the Elex Hijacker is designed to make money at the expense of...

Posted on December 12, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Search Engage

Unwanted Web browser add-ons may force computer users to visit Search Engage repeatedly. This is a low-quality search engine that may be designed to profit from computer users by exposing them to advertisements and affiliate marketing links. Search Engage is linked to an adware component that is installed as a Web browser extension. Once installed, these adware components may make unwanted changes to the affected Web browser, forcing the computer user to visit Search Engage repeatedly and displaying numerous pop-up windows and new tabs. There are numerous ways in which adware linked to Search Engage may be distributed. Many cases have been linked to unwanted downloads that may be bundled with other software installed on the affected computer. To stop Search Engage redirects and pop-ups, PC security researchers recommend that computer...

Posted on April 25, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Social2Search Ads

Computer users that favor social media when it comes to choosing a fast and reliable method for staying connect to their friends may be interested in the Social2Search software. The Social2Search program is advertised as ‘a social search engine that gives you access to the knowledge of your friends.’ In other words, the Social2Search software allows you to use a custom search engine at Social.search.com to browse content that your contacts like, share and upload to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Google+. The Social2Search application works as a browser extension that might change your default search engine and homepage settings to customize your Internet experience. The idea behind the Social2Search extension may sound great, but you should avoid installing it. Security researchers reveal that the...

Posted on May 5, 2016 in Adware

Cerber 4.0 Ransomware

The Cerber 4.0 Ransomware represents the next generation in development of the ‘.cerber’ line of encryption Trojans. The Cerber 4.0 Ransomware joins other threats like the ORX-Locker and the Stampado Ransomware , which are offered as Ransomware-as-a-Service package. The RaaS business was pioneered by Encryptor RaaS in early 2015 and the developers of Cerber want a share of the market for ransomware. It appears that the coders behind the Cerber 4.0 Ransomware decided to open their product to foreign programmers and benefit from the expanded distribution network. The Cerber 4.0 Ransomware is said to boast several significant improvements compared to the Cerber v3 . The Cerber v4 creates a unique file extension marker for every victim, and the Trojan is programmed to bypass all security mechanisms employed by modern...

Posted on October 13, 2016 in Ransomware

Spora Ransomware

The Spora Ransomware is a sophisticated ransomware Trojan that has an advanced payment site and the capacity to carry out its attacks online. The Spora Ransomware first appeared in January 2017 and caught the attention of PC security researchers immediately, because of its ability to carry out attacks online, a strong encryption engine, and a sophisticated ransomware payment site that is far more advanced than payment sites associated with other ransomware Trojans observed previously. The Spora Ransomware may be distributed using spam email messages that trick computer users into believing that the email contains an invoice attachment. The attachment is a ZIP archive file that contains HTA files inside. These HTA files use a double extension, which causes computer users to believe that the file is a PDF or a DOC file. Opening this...

Posted on January 11, 2017 in Ransomware

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Email Access Online

The Email Access Online extension is a product published by Polarity Technologies Ltd. that offers services licensed to Eightpoint Technologies Ltd. The Email Access Online extension is available to Web surfers that run Google Chrome on their system. The Email Access Online extension has an official page that you can access at Search.emailaccessonline.com/Home/. The Email Access Online program requires integration with your browser to offer its services that include a redesigned new tab and a custom search field powered by Yahoo. You might find a copy of the Email Access Online that is named Email OnlineV2 on the Chrome Webstore, which refers to emailonline.co and offers the same functionality. The Email Access Online app is aimed at users who have accounts with multiple email services like Gmail, Outlook and Yahoo. At the time of...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Possibly Unwanted Program

BeansPlayer

BeansPlayer is a small audio player that is created by an amateur programmer named Todd Bauermeister. You can find out more about the BeansPlayer music player at http://sites.google.com/site/beansplayer12/ that is a page hosted on the Google’s Sites Platform. Mr. Todd Bauermeister offers the BeansPlayer software as a lightweight audio player that is an alternative to other lightweight media renderers like GOM Audio, AIMP3 and Boom by Peter Pawlowski. BeansPlayer is perfectly capable of loading MP3s, OGGs, AIFFs, and WAVs from your media collection for a smooth playback experience. BeansPlayer is offered for a free personal use and does not require a subscription to benefit from its features. Computer users that do not remember installing BeansPlayer by Todd Bauermeister may have installed the program with a freeware bundle and...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Adware

Search Secretly

The Search Secretly program by Visicom Media Inc. is published as a free-to-use browser extension that you can add to Google Chrome. The Search Secretly browser extension is advertised to help users search anonymously without being tracked by companies like Google, Microsoft and Yahoo. When you install the Search Secretly browser extension, it adds an icon to your toolset in the top right corner of the browser and asks for several permissions that include: Read and change all your data on the websites you visit. Communicate with cooperating websites. Change your search settings to: searchsecretly.net. Communicate with cooperating native applications. When you click on the icon of Search Secretly, you are presented with a pop-up window that features a text box and allows you to initiate a search with Yahoo and Google. As...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Possibly Unwanted Program

XFirefox.exe

The XFirefox.exe program is classified as an adware that is based on the legitimate Mozilla Firefox Developer Build. An unknown programmer has modified a copy of the Mozilla Firefox Developer Edition and made it load advertisements, promotional images and video commercials on set intervals while the infected computer is activated. The XFirefox.exe adware may be distributed among the Windows OS users via free software bundles and may be listed as an improved version of Mozilla Firefox that includes new features. The XFirefox.exe adware is known to make modifications to the task scheduler and add a startup entry to the MSCONFIG utility in Windows. Affected users reported that two instances of Mozilla Firefox Developer Edition pop up at random intervals and load ads related to cars, clothing, electronics, jewelry, etc. The windows...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Trojans

LLTP Ransomware

The LLTP Ransomware is an encryption Trojan that is injected into systems via spam messages that welcome users to download a text document and run a macro script that would allow them to read the text correctly. The distribution networks for LLTP Ransomware relies on the premise where users are presented with a dummy document that offers a jumbled up text, and a pop-up appears saying that you need to run a macro to re-arrange the characters and read the document. Needless to say, users are invited to allow the LLTP Ransomware to be installed in the background while they are busy figuring out why the text does not make sense. The LLTP Ransomware is a modified version of the VenusLocker Ransomware and was reported for the first time on march 21st, 2017. The LLTP Ransomware belongs to the EDA2 crypto malware family, which includes...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Ransomware

BlackJockerCrypter Ransomware

The BlackJockerCrypter Ransomware is an encryption Trojan that emerged on the ransomware market on March 20th, 2017. The BlackJockerCrypter Ransomware is named after the blackjockercrypter@gmail.com email account that its authors use to contact the victims and process the payments made with the Bitcoin digital currency. The BlackJockerCrypter Ransomware is a customized version of the ‘Happydayz@india.com’ Ransomware , which was added to the database of cyber security vendors on February 23rd, 2017. Both threats are based on the Globe V3 Ransomware that is the linchpin of a crypto-threat family and received wide support in 2016. PC security experts alert that Globe V3 remains among the favorite platforms to create ransomware and the BlackJockerCrypter Ransomware is another attempt at bypassing AV shields and detection mechanisms. The...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Ransomware

AnonFive Ransomware

The AnonFive Ransomware is a file encoder Trojan that was detected by PC security scanners on March 16th, 2017. The AnonFive Ransomware belongs to the HiddenTear family of crypto-threats, which includes threats like the Hidden-Peach Ransomware and the XYZware Ransomware . The initial analysis revealed that the AnonFive Ransomware is released as a product named ‘D3vilH0rn’ under the copyright of ‘AFH-MV’ and appears to be distributed by spam messages that carry a corrupted text document. Cyber security experts alert that the spam messages associated with the AnonFive Ransomware campaign may include images and logos used by trusted companies and services to lure users into opening the corrupted document attached to the email. It is a smart move to disable the macro functionality in your word processor and...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Ransomware

Tlerauic

The Tlerauic program is distributed to users via free software packages, which many users handle with the ‘Express’ and ‘Typical’ option. Computer users may find Tlerauic in the company of riskware such as Advanced PC Care and Glindorus . The Tlerauic program has no official site, does not come with a valid digital signature and does not offer ownership information. PC security researchers alert that Tlerauic is an adware that may inject code into browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Edge, Opera and Mozilla Firefox. An investigation into Tlerauic revealed that the Tlerauic adware features an array of DLLs tailored to popular Internet clients, which are used to load advertising content on the pages you open. The DLLs employed by Tlerauic are not standalone programs and are loaded on the memory...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Lick Ransomware

The Lick Ransomware is a name that is given to a file encryption Trojan associated with an ASCII text representation of a kiss with a tongue. The Lick Ransomware is a new version of the Kirk Ransomware that pretends to be an independent threat. The Lick Ransomware emerged shortly after cyber security researchers were able to build a virus signature for the Kirk Ransomware and limit its spread. The Lick Ransomware was reported on March 22nd, 2017 and may arrive on computers the same way as its source Trojan. The author of the Lick Ransomware hired networks of spam bots to send messages in bulk to computer users based in Western Europe and North America. Researchers alert that the Lick Ransomware masquerades as a ‘File Decryptor’ that is said to help users decode the data encrypted by threats like the HAHAHA Ransomware...

Posted on March 22, 2017 in Ransomware

Motd Ransomware

The Motd Ransomware falls into the category of a crypto-threat that uses the advanced RSA encoding algorithm to lock the data of its victims and avoid attempts of decryption. The Motd Ransomware may rely on different methods to be delivered, and attack victims – fake downloads, spam e-mails and the RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) are just some of the channels that may be used to proliferate the Motd Ransomware’s payload. After encrypting the files, the Motd Ransomware displays a ransom note in the destination /etc/motd carrying a ‘message of the day’ on UNIX-based systems. The Motd Ransomware is similar to most Encryption Trojans and attacks a wide range of file formats including video, audio, ZIP archives, 3D models, DOC documents, slideshows, spreadsheets, etc. Looks like that the main targets of the Motd Ransomware...

Posted on March 21, 2017 in Ransomware

Search.real-desktop.de

The Search.real-desktop.de site is associated with the Real Desktop 2.0 software offered at Real-desktop.de to Windows OS users looking to spice up their desktops experience. Real Desktop 2.0 is a product of SchillerGames that is said to provide a 3D-like environment for your desktop and notebook. PC users may install the free version of Real Desktop that is promoted through freeware bundles and gives their desktop a 3D feel with available customization regarding size, images and shapes. When you install the Real Desktop by SchillerGames, the program may change your Internet settings that relate to your new tab page design and start page choice. The free version of the Real Desktop might direct your browser to load Search.real-desktop.de as the default new tab and start page while Real Desktop is running in the background. You may...

Posted on March 21, 2017 in Browser Hijackers

Event Monitor TSS

The detection named Event Monitor TSS refers to a Trojan that is known to run as em.exe and feature the description ‘Event Monitor.’ The Event Monitor Trojan is used for a technical support tactic, hence the name Event Monitor TSS. The Event Monitor TSS Trojan is a program that may arrive on computers via free software bundles and fake software updates for Adobe Flash and Java. The Event Monitor TSS Trojan is a threat that is aimed at users who run one of the latest versions of Windows and may install free programs with the ‘Typical’ and ‘Express’ options. The authors of the Event Monitor TSS rely on the premise that many users may not explore the ‘Custom’ installation options of software installers and allow their product to be installed in the background. Once the Event Monitor TSS...

Posted on March 21, 2017 in Possibly Unwanted Program

ZinoCrypt Ransomware

The ZinoCrypt Ransomware – 2017 Edition is a new brand of crypto-threat that appeared on PC security reports on March 20th, 2017. The ZinoCrypt Ransomware is an encryption Trojan that appears to be a standalone project of an unknown programmer. The ZinoCrypt Ransomware is aimed at Windows OS users in developed countries in the Western Europe and North America. PC security researchers report that the ZinoCrypt Ransomware Trojan is dispersed among users by using spam messages and links to corrupted pages on the Internet. PC users may be invited to download a text document from a spam message and run a macro script from an untrusted source, which would allow the ZinoCrypt Ransomware run on the system. The ZinoCrypt Ransomware is not a unique threat, and it behaves almost identically to well-documented threats like the...

Posted on March 21, 2017 in Ransomware

Study Reveals 96% of Websites Attacked by Malicious Bots

There is substantial and overwhelming evidence to support the fact that the Internet is strife with attacks from malware, hackers, and sophisticated bots. In a recent study conducted by Distil Networks, a company that deals with detection and mitigation of malicious website attacks, 96% of websites get attacked by automated bot programs. The Internet is a risky place, and if you are a webmaster, you know firsthand how difficult it can be in maintaining a website when it comes to attacks from malicious entities. Bots, or automated programs that run automated tasks and scripts, are commonly used in the modern-day landscape of the Internet to attack websites. IN their attacks bots use scripts to scour data and sometimes compromise websites for one of many purposes, sometimes to spread malware or carry out aggressive phishing attacks....

Posted on March 21, 2017 in Computer Security

ForSearch.net

ForSearch.net is an unreliable site that is presented to users as a search service. The service on ForSearch.net does not include ownership and contact information, as well as links to the privacy policy and terms of use agreement found on legitimate pages. Visitors at ForSearch.net are greeted by a simple search box, the ForSearch logo, and three options to search with ForSearch, Google and Bing. However, these options do not lead to customized searches but to forsearch.net/search?q=%searchterm%&hl=vn&engine=bing, which is a presented as the legitimate Bing.com results page. Computer security investigators found that ForSearch.net is associated with a browser hijacker program that may change the Internet settings of users in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera and Mozilla Firefox. The browser hijacker linked to...

Posted on March 20, 2017 in Browser Hijackers
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