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TrumpKard

The TrumpKard is an adware program that was developed by TrumpKard, Inc and seems to offer a useful way for computer users prevent the exhibition of unwanted content from the Web. However, TrumpKard will display countless advertisements on the screen of the computers it is installed, without taking into consideration the computer user's will. TrumpKard may affect the main Web browsers including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox and the ads that may be by TrumpKard may be entitled 'Ads powered by TrumpKard,' 'RocketTab powered by TrumpKard,' 'Brought to you by TrumpKard' and similar titles. These advertisements may appear as boxes that will have inside pop-up ads, coupons, advertising banners and similar ads. It is not a recommended action to click on the TrumpKard ads. They can direct computer users to unsafe websites or promote fake software and updates. The...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Adware

Adsforeverybody.ga

The Adsforeverybody.ga is an adware program that may start displaying numerous advertisements on the Web pages the computer user is visiting. These advertisements, when clicked, may lead to the installation of unsafe products such as fake security programs, updates, etc. Adsforeverybod.ga may be introduced to your computer bundled with cost-free programs downloaded from unknown sources. The developers of free programs may allow adware programs to be added to their applications as a way to maintain it operative, and the computer user may not be aware that an additional program will be installed together with the one they need. For this reason, it is fundamental that the computer users use the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' installation because this way they can see all the details about the program they want to install and opt out the undesirable ones. The presence of Adsforeverybody.ga on...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Adware

AppData

AppData is adware/Potentially Unwanted Application that may display numerous pop-up advertisements and messages on the computer user's machine. These advertisements may offer numerous products on well-known online shopping websites, coupons, hyperlinks and similar content on the websites the computer user wants to visit. After its installation, AppData may insert and add-on, browser extension or plug-in to the used Web browser, no matter if it is Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer. These extensions are meant to display pop-up ads and banners. AppData may run various background processes that may decelerate the machine's performance. AppData may display annoying pop-up advertisements and windows that may match the computer users' surfing routine because AppData may collect their browsing history. AppData may be used to make a profit from commercial ad clicks or...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Adware

HotLaps

HotLaps is another program fueled by adware that tries to induce online shoppers to install it believing they can get the best deals for the merchandise or service they are looking for. HotLaps offers competitive prices, coupons, instant deals and more. Although HotLaps displays numerous advertisements on your screen, its main objective is not to help the online shopper, but to create pay-per-click earnings for its developers. Also, the ads displayed by HotLaps may become annoying due to their intrusiveness and quantity. HotLaps also may be introduced into a computer by a method named 'bundling,' which consists of adding an adware-related program to the installation of a popular third-party free program that the users may install unknowingly when they choose a 'Quick' installation instead of the 'Advanced' or 'Custom.' HotLaps may affect Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Adware

Jangoram

Computer users that are looking for a tool that can make their machines have a faster execution may be attracted by a program named Jangoram because the Jangoram application is advertised as a download optimizer. However, Jangoram is an ad-supported program which main goal in not the best interest of computer users, but to display as many ads as it can on their machines. Jangoram also may be installed on a computer when its user skips some details on the installation of a free program. Some ad-related program may be included on it, and the computer users may allow its installation unknowingly. Adware-laced programs such as Jangoram may create various problems on the computers they are installed. Jangoram targets Mac computers. Therefore, Jangoram may affect Safari mostly, although other Web browsers may be affected too. Once inside a computer, Jangoram can collect the computer...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Prosperent.com

Prosperent.com is a site supported by advertisers. Prosperent.com may hijack the computer users' Web browser’s automatically, replace their homepage, prevent access to some Web resources, and redirect them to unsafe Web pages that may contain corrupted links and threats. Websites such as Prosperent.com may be distributed via the 'bundling' method, and their main function is to lead as much traffic as possible to their sponsored domains, which will generate profits for them. Prosperent.com may deliver fake notifications offering 'needed' updates and unwanted pop-ups. Any page you try to visit may be flooded by the commercial ads displayed by Prosperent.com. Prosperent.com may modify your browser settings to replace Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Prosperent.com may monitor the websites you visit to collect information. Due to the presence of...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

BadBlock Ransomware

The BadBlock Ransomware is an encryption ransomware Trojan. Like similar attacks, the BadBlock Ransomware encrypts the victim's documents using the RSA-2048 and AES-CBC 256-bit encryption. Once the victim's files have been encrypted, the BadBlock Ransomware displays a ransom message demanding the payment of two BitCoins, approximately $400 at the current exchange rate. Regretfully, it is currently not possible to decrypt files encrypted with the BadBlock Ransomware without access to the decryption key, which the people responsible for the BadBlock Ransomware save on their servers. In some cases, computer users have had success with decrypting utilities released for similar ransomware attacks. If the BadBlock Ransomware is installed on your computer, the best recovery method is to restore the encrypted files from a backup and use a reliable security application to protect your machine...

Posted on May 24, 2016 in Ransomware

Malwarecleaner.co

Malwarecleaner.co is not a trustworthy domain because it can gain access to your system automatically. While you are downloading free applications, you may also install Malwarecleaner.co unknowingly. Its presence in the installation of the main program may not be hard to identify if you install the desired program correctly and pay attention during the setup process. This way, you can notice the option to install Malwarecleaner.co and uncheck the box that allows its installation on your machine. Malwarecleaner.co can generate countless pop-up advertisements once it gets access to your Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. Malwarecleaner.co may enable the installation of additional adware, threatening software and other parasites. The pop-up ads and links provided by Malwarecleaner.co may redirect you to unknown or threatening websites. The objective of the ads...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Ijwiggr119ijwiggr.xyz

While browsing the Internet, no matter if you are using Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Edge or Google Chrome, you may get Ijwiggr119ijwiggr.xyz, which will direct you to its related commercial websites. This means that your machine is affected by an adware program that may have entered automatically, bundled with a recently installed free-of-charge application. The advertisements displayed by Ijwiggr119ijwiggr.xyz related websites can take different shapes: boxes, pop-up windows, in-text ads, banners and similar advertisements. Besides the unwanted redirections and ads, the Ijwiggr119ijwiggr.xyz adware may make your Internet connection to be slower or freeze your browser so that your interface is not updated any longer. Ijwiggr119ijwiggr.xyz may collect information such as IP address, the Web pages you like to visit, your Internet searches and more. Ijwiggr119ijwiggr.xyz is...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Gpfree0002.pw

Computer users that are affected by the Gpfree0002.pw browser hijacker report that they may be presented with numerous advertisements that will appear on their machines automatically. Every time you search for information or try to watch online videos, Gpfree0002.pw will pop up in a new tab and show countless commercial products, which may become extremely annoying.Once Gpfree0002.pw gets inside your computer, it may hijack your Web browser, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer. To make the ads appealing to the users, the Gpfree0002.pw browser hijacker may read the Meta tags of the pages they visit to show specific commercials and improve the number of clicks. Browser hijacks may enter a computer bundled with third parties application because otherwise no one will install these programs on their computers willingly. This is the kind of...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Piroga.space

The pop-up advertisements displayed by Piroga.space that are appearing on your machine are created by an adware. Piroga.space may have been installed on your computer automatically and may mess up with several functions. Some of the pop-up ads exhibited by Piroga.space may try to induce you to install a fake update, which may end up in the installation of a threat. Some adware programs may be installed on a computer through the bundling method, which consists in adding its program to a free and popular software and Piroga.space is one of them. When the user installs the main program without paying attention to additional applications that may be included with it, they may end up with an unwanted program. The Piroga.space advertisements may try to make you buy its sponsored products so its developers can make a profit. These ads may appear as coupons, discount codes, price...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Mobimpulse.xyz

Is your Web browser behaving strangely and redirecting you to pop-up advertisements exhibited by Mobimpulse.xyz? If this is happening, your machine may be hosting an adware. The adware program linked to Mobimpulse.xyz is designed to produce pay-per-click revenue for its creators and gather information such as your browsing habits and search terms. The adware linked to Mobimpulse.xyz may inject banners into visited Web pages, turn the Web page text into hyperlinks, install additional PUPs and adware and created pop-up windows offering unsafe software or fake updates. The Mobimpulse.xyz advertisements may change your browser setting automatically to show spam ads and lead you to sponsored websites. It may enter your machine through network vulnerabilities or corrupted commercial pages. Mobimpulse.xyz also may have found its way to your computer the last time you manipulated a...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Zyklon Ransomware

A new ransomware Trojan called Zyklon Ransomware is attacking computer users. The most efficient method of deployment used by the Zyklon Ransomware is via spam emails containing a threatening attachment. However, file sharing networks, spam bots, social media spam, fake Java or Flash updates, etc. also may be infection vectors. The modus operandi of the Zyklon Ransomware is the same as most ransomware Trojans; the Zyklon Ransomware can make your files totally unemployable until you have the key to decrypt them by changing the files extensions to .zyklon. After infecting a computer, the Zyklon Ransomware will exhibit a ransom note in your desktop, explaining why you can't use your files and how to pay the demanded ransom to get your files back to normal. The Zyklon Ransomware uses the AES-512 cipher, which is a very strong encryption method and targets the following file types: PNG...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Ransomware

Shujin Ransomware

The Shujin Ransomware is a Trojan encryptor that looks like to be crafted to infect and extort Chinese computer users. The Shujin Ransomware, as other ransomware Trojans, encrypts its victim's files and demands the payment of a ransom. The ransom notes that the Shujin Ransomware displays are written in Chinese. Another tell tail is that the computer users should use the Baidu search access the Tor browser and not another popular search engine. The Tor browser provides anonymity to its users, and the browser will give access to an undisclosed site that makes clear to the computer users how they can decrypt the files encrypted by the Shujin Ransomware. To get back the encrypted data, the infected computer user needs to download a decryption tool and obtain a machine code. After that, the infected computer users need to submit the machine code to the decryption site. Then the user...

Posted on May 23, 2016 in Ransomware

SNSLocker Ransomware

Computer users that believe they have inherited hundreds of dollars from a distant relative because they opened a spam email informing them about this may be infected with the SNSLocker Ransomware. The SNSLocker Ransomware is an Encryption Trojan that is made by a threat author going under the alias Saad Nabil Soufyane, hence—SNSLocker. The SNSLocker cryptomalware is written in the PHP programming language and is designed to take advantage of the .NET framework that is present on PCs since version Windows NT 4.0. Virtually, the SNSLocker Ransomware can run on almost all architectures that support the Windows OS. Computer users that are compromised by the SNSLocker Trojan might notice that their desktop wallpapers are changed to a ransom note. The message by the SNSLocker Ransomware may come in the form of a PNG image that is titled "WARNING! YOU ARE SO F*CKED!" and feature a picture...

Posted on May 20, 2016 in Ransomware