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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

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

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

From Doc to Pdf Toolbar

The From Doc to Pdf Toolbar is a creation of Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. and a Possibly Unwanted Program that computer users can download from its website, Fromdoctopdf.com. The From Doc to Pdf Toolbar may attract the attention of computer users that need to convert their files to .docs because it promises to convert PDF, DOC, TXT, RTF, XLS, PPT, BMP, JPG, TIFF and more to .doc as long as they are installed on a computer running Windows 7, 8, 10, Vista, and XP. However, the From Doc to Pdf Toolbar may replace your new tab page or homepage to MyWay.com. Although downloaded and installed by the computer owner, the offered functions of From Doc to Pdf Toolbar may be unwanted. If you installed the From Doc to Pdf Toolbar on your machine but is not satisfied with its adverse secondary effects, you should consider uninstalling From...

Posted on July 24, 2013 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

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

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

CounterFlix

The Counterflix software is advertised as an application that can allow users to load geo-restricted content from services like Hulu, Pandora and Netflix. PC users that live in countries like India, China, and Russia, where Internet censorship applies may be interested in installing Counterflix. The services provided by Counterflix are available through the app and the modification of your DNS configuration. The setup page for Counterflix can be found at Counterflix.com and users will need to edit their system settings to install the Counterflix correctly. You should note that the Counterflix software is provided on an “As-Is” basis and you will not receive support from its developers. Unfortunately, the makers of Counterflix do not provide contact information like a Facebook page or a Twitter account, which you may need in case of...

Posted on October 2, 2016 in Adware

Fanli90.cn

Fanli90.cn may seem like a site that offers fun content generated by visitors. However, the moderators at Fanli90.cn failed to notify their users that they are presented with content from another site. Moreover, there is no credit given to the original site, and you may be provided with links to phishing messages. What we are talking about is that Fanli90.cn presents its visitors with content from Fmylife.com and advertisements from insecure advertisements networks. We have received reports that users may be redirected to Fanli90.cn when they open a new tab and click on links on their favorite pages. An investigation was initiated, and there may be a browser hijacker program pushed to users via free software bundles. Fanli90.cn is added to the naughty list of several Web filters like Websense ThreatSeeker and Sucuri. Browser...

Posted on January 19, 2017 in Browser Hijackers

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‘Error # 3658ad79cc3021a’ Pop-Up

The ‘Error # 3658ad79cc3021a’ warnings on your screen that appear to be generated by Support.microsoft.com are not to be trusted. The ‘Error # 3658ad79cc3021a’ warnings are not displayed by Support.microsoft.com but on untrusted sites like topkavsupport.com that host phishing content. Computer security researchers reveal that the ‘Error # 3658ad79cc3021a’ alerts are shown on a background that is a modified screenshot of the legitimate support page for Windows OS users at Support.microsoft.com. The ‘Error # 3658ad79cc3021a’ alerts are an example for tech support scam that is using logos and images of trusted portals to claim credibility and redirect users to uncertified computer support services. The 1-844-324-2398 toll-free phone line advertised on the ‘Error #...

Posted on February 24, 2017 in Adware

‘Error # S47452D’ Pop-Up

The ‘Error # S47452D’ pop-up messages are a classic example of misleading technical support messages. The ‘Error # S47452D’ notifications can be seen on pages such as computerdebuggingsystemweb[.]online and many others. The pages that host notifications similar to the ‘Error # S47452D’ pop-up might include a bad JavaScipt code to prevent your browser from operating properly. When your Internet browser opens a untrusted page related to the ‘Error # S47452D’ messages it reads the code of the page to present the content on your screen. Programmers employed by fake computer support companies enable sites like computerdebuggingsystemweb[.]online to show the ‘Error # S47452D’ notifications on a loop and obstruct users from switching tabs, opening bookmarks and minimizing the browser...

Posted on February 24, 2017 in Adware

Fast PDF Converter

The Fast PDF Converter software that you can find at fastpdfconverter.com/start.html is promoted as an Internet-based PDF converter. Fast PDF Converter is said to enable users to process and convert files from 30+ formats to a PDF file. The reverse process is possible, and PDF files can be converted to DOC, DOCX, PPTX and TXT according to fastpdfconverter.com/start.html. The Fast PDF Converter software is packed as a browser extension which is available to Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox users. PC users that want to convert PDF files online can give the Fast PDF Converter a try. When you install the Fast PDF Converter, there are a few things to consider which include the modifications to your browser and what type of information it needs to accesses. Google Chrome users are required to allow Fast PDF Converter...

Posted on February 24, 2017 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Pickles Ransomware

The Pickles Ransomware is a file coder Trojan that was announced shortly after computer security researchers spotted PyL33T Ransomware . Pickles Ransomware Ransomware and PyL33T Ransomware work similarly; both are written in the Python programming language, but they seem to target different groups of users. While PyL33T Ransomware is oriented toward servers and corporate networks, the Pickles Ransomware appears to prioritize regular PC users and home-based machines. You should note that is no proof that both Trojans are managed by the same team of hackers. Statistics show that the number of ransomware attacks tripped in January 2017 compared to the same period in 2016. It is safe to assume that Pickles Ransomware is a standalone project whose developers value the Python programming language for its modular structure, straightforward...

Posted on February 24, 2017 in Ransomware

Unlock26 Ransomware

The Unlock26 Ransomware threat is an encryption Trojan that was released in the last week of February 2017. The Unlock26 Ransomware was delivered to users via spam emails that came with corrupted documents attached to them. Less experienced users that believed they are opening a message from a trusted company were infected with the Unlock26 Ransomware. PC security researchers named the Trojan after unlock26ozqwoyfv[.]hiddenservice[.]net/?signature=[UNIQUE IDENTIFIER] which is the payment portal presented to users after the Trojan completes its work. The portal is hosted on the TOR Network, and users were suggested to install the TOR Browser Bundle if they are willing to comply with the terms of the extortionists. The Unlock26 Ransomware threat is ranked among file coders such as N1n1n1 Ransomware and Fadesoft Ransomware which...

Posted on February 24, 2017 in Ransomware

Poorly Coded Mac Ransomware Spreading via Torrents, Doesn’t Decrypt Files after Paying Ransom

With ransomware making a profound impact on the computer security world for over a decade now, the aggressive malware isn’t showing any signs of discriminating against certain types of computers or devices with a recent outbreak on MacOS computers. New ransomware, specifically targeting Mac OS X computers, has emerged where its primary method of spreading is through Torrents. Torrent sites are known to be avenues of the Internet that illegally distribute software. Found in many Torrent services, such as BitTorrent, there is a high risk of obtaining bundled software with the illegally distributed software that users may find. Within those files obtained from BitTorrent distribution sites there can be malware lurking, and in a rash of Torrents, Mac OS X malware has been propagated in the form of ransomware. The ransomware...

Posted on February 23, 2017 in Computer Security

Mute Tabs Button

The Mute Tabs Button software that you can find at mutetabsbutton.info is offered as a browser extension for Google Chrome, and you may be able to find a version for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. The Mute Tabs Button extension was mentioned on reports from users about browser hijacking, which attracted the attention of computer security investigators. An analysis of Mute Tabs Button revealed that the extension does not provide a valid digital signature, developer information, build number, contact information, terms of use and privacy agreement whatsoever. PC users may be welcomed to install the Mute Tabs Button extension on the Chrome Webstore considering it has a page on: chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/mute-tabs-button/acdankhgibfaoiplmpboecfhdpdpcbem Also, users may install the Mute Tabs Button software along with...

Posted on February 23, 2017 in Possibly Unwanted Program

PyL33T Ransomware

The existence of the PyL33T Ransomware project was reported by researchers who were analyzing samples uploaded to an online security platform. Evidently, the authors of the PyL33T Ransomware were uploading samples of their work online to make sure AV scanners are unable to detect their program. Nowadays, malware coders of all skill levels make a habit of uploading their work on security platforms as a way of tracking their development progress. The PyL33T Ransomware is not an exception and appears to be aimed at server and corporate networks with a focus on data banks. An analysis of the PyL33T Ransomware revealed that the Trojan is written in the Python programming language, which allows for modular structure, simple implementation of updates, adding new features, and overall easy reconfiguration to suit the needs of any threat actor....

Posted on February 23, 2017 in Ransomware

TrumpLocker Ransomware

Users reported the TrumpLocker Ransomware threat on February 22nd, 2017. The Windows OS users were presented with a program window titled ‘Trump Locker Ransomware’ and welcomed to pay 0.145 Bitcoin (165 USD/156 EUR) if they wish to restore their files. The TrumpLocker Ransomware is not to be mistaken for the Donald Trump Ransomware that was seen in September 2016, and it is not a new variant of the said Trojan. Cyber security researchers reveal that behind the facade of the Trump Locker Ransomware there is a customized version of the VenusLocker Ransomware . It is not clear if the same team runs both VenusLocker and the TrumpLocker Ransomware. The TrumpLocker Ransomware may be introduced to computers via corrupted documents attached to spam emails, the exploit of software vulnerabilities and compromised Remote Desktop...

Posted on February 23, 2017 in Ransomware

Yapages.ru

Yapages.ru is presented as a useful start page to Russian-speaking users and everyone that installs browser add-ons that partner with Yapages.ru. The site is related to various free programs. Additionally, Yapages.ru is mentioned in more than a few cases of browser hijacking. Yapages.ru does not offer information as to what company operates the site and who registered the site. Apparently, the developers behind Yapages.ru make money from the users browsing content on Yapages.ru and providing quick links to services on Yandex.ru. The site includes a custom-built Google search engine that provides results at: cse.google.ru/cse/home?cx=partner-pub-7168134035772432:3777437103 Computer security researchers do not recommend browsing Yapages.ru and connected pages. Yapages.ru is deemed as insecure and is proved to communicate with...

Posted on February 23, 2017 in Browser Hijackers

Damage Ransomware

The Damage Ransomware is a file coder Trojan that was announced to the cyber security community on February 22nd, 2017. The threat is named after the ‘.damage’ suffix it places after the original file extension of the encoded objects. Initial threat analysis confirmed that the Damage Ransomware is a standalone project and does not belong to any notable family of file coders. The first version of the Damage Ransomware supports English only and may be installed on computers via macro-enabled documents. It is a long-standing practice among threat developers to abuse the macro functionality in PDF readers and word processors, which allow them to install Trojans like the Damage Ransomware remotely. The challenge is to lure the user to enable macro on the corrupted document. In most cases, threat actors use logos from trusted...

Posted on February 22, 2017 in Ransomware

YouAreFucked Ransomware

The YouAreFucked Ransomware is a crypto threat, which means that it uses cryptographic algorithms to lock access to the content on your drives and ask for ransom to be paid if you hope to recover your data. The inappropriate name of the YouAreFucked Ransomware Trojan is due to the ‘YouAreFucked’ hex code added to the file header of the encrypted objects. Computer security researchers note that the YouAreFucked Ransomware is a severe threat to data on server networks, corporate networks and the content of your PC. The YouAreFucked Ransomware is sent to users in a phishing campaign that may use images from Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to trick users into opening a corrupted document. The programmers who wrote the YouAreFucked Ransomware may use macro-enabled documents and enable remote code execution, which would result...

Posted on February 22, 2017 in Ransomware

Sage 2.0 Ransomware

The Sage 2.0 Ransomware is a detection name that cyber security investigators use to specify the second stable version of the Sage Ransomware that was released in the first week of December 2016. The Sage 2.0 Ransomware is an encryption Trojan that emerged on reports from infected users in February 2017. The threat may arrive on computers via spam emails. The developers of the Sage 2.0 Ransomware use programs that appear as PDF files to convince users to double-click the external file and initiate the installation of the Trojan. Users that receive spam messages used to distribute the Sage 2.0 Ransomware may be lead to believe they are opening a notification from social media and online banking portals. The installation process for the Sage 2.0 Ransomware is performed under the mask of the Adobe Acrobat Reader DC and takes place in...

Posted on February 22, 2017 in Ransomware

G-search.pro

The G-search.pro portal is advertised as a viable alternative to giants like Google, Bing and Yahoo. Considering the security breaches at Yahoo in 2016 and the start of 2017 that affected hundreds of thousands of users, it is understandable that some users may be willing to explore what G-search.pro offers regarding functionality. The G-search.pro portal does not provide the SSL/TLS encryption and lacks a valid digital certificate. There are no links to popular services like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and PayPal on G-search.pro. In reality, G-search.pro functions very similarly to Secure-finder.org and Web-start.org . These portals act as redirect-gateways to Plusnetwork.com . All of the sites mentioned before are associated with cases of browser hijacking, and G-search.pro is not an exception. We have received reports that...

Posted on February 22, 2017 in Browser Hijackers

‘800-511-8970’ Pop-Ups

The ‘800-511-8970’ pop-ups that claim your financial and private information is at risk should not be trusted. The ‘800-511-8970’ pop-ups may offer misleading information and aim to directs users to call the 800-511-8970 phone line. Certified computer technicians do not operate the 800-511-8970 phone line. Cyber security experts report that the ‘800-511-8970’ serve as “ads” and aim to convince users that their PCs are infected, and they should call 800-511-8970 for help. The pages that host the ‘800-511-8970’ messages may be rigged with special JavaScript code and cause problems with your browser. If your browser exhibits an erratic behavior, you may believe the ‘800-511-8970’ notifications and decide to act before your online banking account is compromised. The...

Posted on February 22, 2017 in Adware
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