I was quite shocked at getting this Secure.synotrex.com redirect, as I thought my computer was always well protected by the advanced antivirus and firewall. With this browser hijacker, the computer just got poor performance and it sometimes crashed unexpectedly. Every time I launched the Internet browser, I got the redirect popups. I have tried to delete the browser hijacker by myself but to no avail. Please help!
Brief Introduction about This Secure.synotrex.com
Secure.synotrex.com is malicious browser hijacker that aims at targeting worldwide computer users. It mainly spreads through network. That is why net users are likely to pick it up during visits to doubtful sites, unknown email attachments and freeware download resources etc. Soon as the redirect arrives, it hijacks your Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and other web browsers. To invade the computer deeply, the redirect can exploit your system loopholes to come bundled with parasites, worms, malware and so on. Meanwhile, some unwanted toolbars, add-ons and plug-ins will take chance to add to the affected computer during your Internet searches. While being affected, the computer results in poor performance, such as slow system speed and poor network environment. Many PC users complain that their computers get frozen up constantly at startup, loading web pages and running programs. Your programs are also affected and result in malfunction. Particularly, advanced anti-virus programs can be disabled by the redirect and fail to clean your computer properly. Consequently, manual removal is a better solution to handle with the browser hijacker.
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Published by Matt Johnston on September 2, 2014 9:09 am
I am shocked now by thousands of ads showing on webpage Glk.jsmake.net. I don’t want to visit this website, but instead it automatically pops up and the websites I really want to visit originally don’t turn up. It seems those websites I favorite are replaced with this hateful unknown webpage. I feel very upset, because it is not my own computer but my mom’s. She usually uses it to manage her clothes online shop. If she knows that I mess up her important business computer, I think I will be scolded by her to death. Therefore, I search some knowledge about this website and know this is a browser hijacker. I try to reset the homepage, but it doesn’t work. How can I remove it? Please help!
Description of Glk.jsmake.net Pop-up
When you open your browser window like IE, Firefox, Safari and Google Chrome etc. and find that your home page is immediately changed to a page Glk.jsmake.net, which improves that your browser may have been hijacked by a hijacker. Glk.jsmake.net is a threatening and nasty browser hijacker associating with PUP, adware and malware. It can be treated as a scam website or ad platform designed by cyber criminals to spread more malicious infections to trick users to pay money. Once it installs on your computer, it may first automatically loads and modifies your homepage or default setting to Glk.jsmake.net, thus it is easier and more convenient to track your online behavior and record your browsing history, which will help it to constantly and specifically display various targeted advertisements when you surf on the Internet with Internet Explorer, Firefox or Google Chrome even Safari. And the pop-up ads vary from fake update message, fitness & health ads, coupon, promotion deals, discount sales etc. You must look out that these ads mostly contain malicious and aggressive infections like Trojan, worms, spyware or malware. Any clicking is activating virus and installing them on your computer. Once it drops on your machine, it will detect security loopholes and takes up to insert its malicious files to bring other more dangerous infections. And your system will heavily suffer from being attacked. If further damages are caused to your system, your computer will crash down. Removing this hijacker earlier from your computer is keep your PC in clean situation.
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Published by Karen Lawrence on September 1, 2014 10:40 pm
Help! My computer is infected by this Trojan.Win32.VB.ckac. I don’t know how to remove it as my anti-virus program reports it to me but it fails to get it removed. I’m not a computer literate and can hardly know which program is related with the infection. I’m afraid I will mess up the whole computer if I do it by my own. Please help.
Brief Introduction to This Trojan
Trojan.Win32.VB.ckac comes from the Trojan infection family which is one of the most dangerous computer threats at present. As a member from this Trojan family, it has the same characters like other Trojans have. It is a Trojan horse virus with strong damage. And this Trojan will never come alone. It usually comes to the target computer with many other computer threats which can make chaos on the infected computer. So that’s the reason why Trojan infection has been categorized as the most malicious infection in computer. For Mac machine users, they can feel safe as Trojan infection only attacks Windows computers. Nowadays, many victims reported that their computers have been suffered from this infection and can’t find an efficient method the get it off completely and permanently. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on September 1, 2014 10:25 pm
I got this Cgc.equineneverhusk.com redirect after I clicked on a pop-up message accidentally. I was extremely freaked out with this browser hijacker, for it messed up my computer terribly. I can’t seem to enjoy surfing the web normally as usual on the target computer. Why can my antivirus take effective to block this browser redirect? What should I do to save the computer? Following removal instructions will help you deal with the tricky browser hijacker manually and effectively.
Brief Introduction about This Cgc.equineneverhusk.com
Cgc.equineneverhusk.com is identified as a browser hijacker whose interface seems quite similar to licensed web pages. It supposedly offers you functions to perform Internet browsing tasks. However, it is not a reliable website but a malicious browser hijacker needed to be removed entirely. This redirect is a big threat to worldwide computers. Once downloaded, the redirect adds to your Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and other web browsers to make chaos. In detail, the browser hijacker can changes your desktop background, browser homepage and other settings without your consent. When surfing the net, you will find that all your Internet search results are forcibly redirected to strange and unwanted web pages. The pesky hijacker will pop up on the browser every time you click on a new tab or search for favorite content. To make it worse, the hijacker may allow remote hackers to steal your important system data and browser history for illegal activities. Thus, PC users should not leave the browser hijacker in the computer too long, or you will come across unexpected system crash, blue screen and other computer damages.
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Published by Matt Johnston on September 1, 2014 1:16 pm
Can anyone tell me how to remove this New Zealand E-crime Lab virus from my Galaxy Note 3? I usually read some news from my phone every morning before I get up of bed, I believe most of the office workers nowadays will have the same habit like me. However, anything unexpected may happen, this morning, I got New Zealand E-crime Lab virus full of my phone screen while I was reading something political news, it freaks me out for a little bit, cause it didn’t seem like a hoax, my phone had completely locked, I can’t do anything except keep watching the “Attention” on my phone screen, all buttons are failure, I even plugged out my phone battery and put back in, but nothing change, I was almost frustrated. I have some important information and data in my phone, I’m afraid that would get leaked. Please help me!
Brief Introduction to New Zealand E-crime Lab Virus on Phone
New Zealand E-crime Lab Virus is a malicious smart phone threat which is new released by cyber hackers, it not only widely infects your computer, can also screw up you phone as well. It is rampant and getting worse nowadays. On the screen page, you’ll see “you are accused of viewing/storage and/or dissemination of banned pornography(child pornography/zoophilia/rape etc). You have violated World Declaration on non-proliferation of child pornography. You are accused of committing the crime envisaged by Article 161 of New Zealand criminal law”. I might say that’s only patially right, you may watch porn online and download it which caused you to get this virus, but, the rest of it is not true. You may get this virus through several ways, just like computers, cell phones could also get infected with New Zealand E-crime Lab virus by malicious websites, or legitimate websites that have been hacked, once you phone get this virus, you phone will be completely locked and you can do nothing about it. Another way you may get this is that you saw some Apps while you surfed the internet on you phone, you found it’s interesting, so you downloaded the Apps but not from the proper resource such as Android market. If you are familiar with FBI virus and GVU virus, then you’ll not be surprise by E-Crime Lab virus, they are tricks designed to blackmail people by using fake information and the name of other fake department. After that, this ransomware will threat you to pay NZD $100 through recommended payment scheme, then it will randomly give you a so-called unlock code which will not help at all. Because your phone screen is still blocked up even if you have paid for the fine. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Leo R. Oscar on September 1, 2014 5:42 am
How can I deal with this Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb? I don’t know how I got this Trojan on my computer? It has been stayed on my computer for a long time. I have tried many different anti-virus programs to get it removed, but all I have done go nowhere. Is there an effective way to get rid of it completely? If so, what should I do? Please advise.
Brief Introduction to This Trojan
Trojan:Win32/Comame!gmb has been categorized as a Trojan horse infection that is one of the most horrible computer threats in Windows computers. Trojan infection lasts for a long time since the Windows computers had been invented. With the time goes, the makers of Trojan infection are more and more cunning. And the ways to spread Trojan are various nowadays. Inexperienced computer user may hardly know how their computers get infected by computer viruses and Trojans as they are careless about the online activities. The World Wide Web now has become the biggest source of the viruses as it is convenient for hackers to spread malicious stuff from it. In this circumstance, many famous anti-virus programs have been developed to face those dangerous computer threats. However, there is not a perfect anti-virus program as every kind of the security tool has its disadvantages. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on August 31, 2014 6:05 am and last modified on August 31, 2014 6:05 am.
I got this Trojan.Startpage.AK virus on the computer when I was downloading a freeware from a web page as suggested. I was freaked out with this Trojan attack and had no clue to deal with it. Why does my antivirus fail to pick the Trojan horse from the computer? Shall I try any other kind of anti-virus software? What is taken as the most effective way to get rid of the Trojan virus? Please go over this post and follow removal instruction below to delete the Trojan horse safely.
Information about Trojan.Startpage.AK Virus:
Trojan.Startpage.AK is a horrible Trojan horse designed by cyber criminals to attack worldwide computers. It is often released through malicious sites, pop-up ads, free downloads and other channels online. During your improper online activities, the Trojan virus can be installed in the computer automatically without your knowledge. Upon installation, it will launch itself and run as a background program, taking up high CPU usage. Indeed, this Trojan horse is a definitely unwanted program which affects the target computer terribly. It makes changes to your system files and entries and drops malicious files in the computer secretly. Besides, it slows down the computer performance and triggers unstable network environment. For instance, you will experience system stuck and constant freezes when you are loading web pages, playing games and launching large programs etc. Such a Trojan horse also affects your normal programs. It disables some functions of executable programs, making them unresponsive and malfunctioning. That is why you get some unknown application errors during running programs. Harmful as the Trojan virus is, it must be cleaned out from the computer immediately and completely.
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Published by Matt Johnston on August 31, 2014 5:34 am
Hi, my Samsung Galaxy S5 is frozen now. There is a big message screen Metropolitan Police saying I violate some laws due to being involved with the distribution of pornographic material, SPAM and copyrighted content. It demands that I need to pay for a fine of £100 so that my phone can be unlocked. I swear I don’t do anything bad, and I assume it should be some kind of scam. I search this information with Google on my computer, and I know it is really a scam virus. It is great that I don’t send money to them. However, I don’t know how to get rid of it. How to unlock my phone? Please help!
Description of Metropolitan Police Virus on Android Phone
Metropolitan Police Virus has been spread from British by cyber criminals for a long time reported nearly half of a year ago. At the beginning, it mainly attacks computer and Mac, and many PC users suffer from financial loss. Recently, more and more android phone and Mac OS X also get this ransomware, and many phone users also suffer from money loss. The cyber criminal is very greedy. In order to make more money, they update the virus version to make it easily and aggressively infect smartphone. It performs evil activities on your phone as it did on the computer to cheat you out of money. It is spreading through the network and tries to scare you under the title of Metropolitan Police in British. Once it logs on your phone, it will display a large warning window which occupies the whole screen of your phone to claim that your device has been blocked as a result of Great Britain law violation, and also tell you in detail that your activities are involved with the following situation: Visiting websites containing pornography, viewing pornographic content, spreading spam, illegally using or distributing copyrighted content and so on. And it completely locks your phone and doesn’t allow you to do anything on your phone. In the alert window, it claims that you have to pay penalty equal to £100 via Ukash or paysafecard within 24 hours to unlock your phone. If the penalty is not paid, all the data will be removed from your phone. If you pay the fine in time, your phone will be released within 24 hours. But if you don’t, a criminal case will be initiated against you automatically after 24 hours. Many people may believe that is true and pay the fine, but finally their phone are still locked and they cannot do anything on the phone. You may be very angry and regret, because you find that you are cheated out of money but Metropolitan Police virus is still on your phone. Therefore, please don’t be such a fool to trust this scam malware but to figure out a way to get it removed from your phone as soon as possible.
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Published by Michael Myn on August 30, 2014 1:07 pm
This Start.facemoods.com has occupied my browser for a long time. It looks like a good search engine. However, I didn’t get anything good from it. This stuff annoys me a lot as I can’t continue my work on my computer. It can generate a lot of pop-ups all the time. Now my computer gets stuck often, sometimes, the screen turns black without any warning. I think this thing must be a virus that causes the problems. How can I get rid of this thing from my computer?
Brief Introduction to This Website
Start.facemoods.com is a normal domain when we first know it, after come to visit this website, people can be treated to think that it should be a legit website that provide online search just like some other famous search engines do. As we can find that we are able to use it to search websites, maps, music, videos and so on, it doesn’t mean it is a legit website. Once you try to search something by using this website, what you will be given are not the right results that you expect. You can find a lot of sponsored links in the results which are far beyond the right things. What’s more, it can pop up many malicious and unknown links to you once this thing sneaks into your computer. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on August 30, 2014 5:24 am
Hi there, I have received FBI security warning on phone saying I need to pay $100 as fine to unlock my android phone because I watched porn which is against law somehow. I did not watch it and I don’t know how to use my phone as it’s been blocked and I can’t access it. It also says I only have 48 hrs until I will be investigated and further crime investigation will be carried out. Please help! I need your help to save my phone and what should I do?
A Description of U.S. Department of Homeland Security Virus on Android Phone
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security Virus (also known as United States Homeland Security National Cyber Security Division Virus) aggressively attacks android phone and Mac OS X currently. It also has a very solemn interface that looks like it really comes from police office. And thus the content of this message on the locking screen will really make you freak out. When it is installed on your phone, it will specifically insert its malicious codes and files to mess up default system configuration of the phone. Then it will set itself as a part of the startup process of your phone setting and launch the scary block screen every time you turn on your phone. It will display a large warning window which occupies the whole screen of your phone to claim that your device has been blocked due to some law-breaking activities, and also tell you in detail that your activities are involved with the following situation: Visiting websites containing pornography, viewing pornographic content, spreading spam, illegally using or distributing copyrighted content and so on. Generally, more specific articles will be listed on the blocking page to specify your violations. And it completely locks your phone and doesn’t allow you to do anything on your phone. Then in order to get your phone unlocked, it claims that you have to pay for the fine via moneypak of $300 or more within a limited time. Otherwise, you will bear legal liability even face the possibility of being put into jail. The police reported that no law enforcement agency including Homeland Security, FBI collected fines as a punishment in this way. Therefore, don’t be afraid of the charge that it accuses you. Even though you really watch porn video or read porn materials on porn websites, the real police won’t show up warning message to alert you and demand you pay for fines. If you really do something illegal or bad to violate the related law, the police will show up at your house and take you out to the police office. This is just a virus using scare tactic by blocking infected phone and displaying fake message in order to persuade you into paying the fine. You should never do that because paying the fine won’t help to get your phone unlocked. Instead, you must figure out a way to remove this Homeland Security Virus immediately to save your phone completely, otherwise this virus will prevent you from accessing your phone forever.
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Published by Karen Lawrence on August 29, 2014 5:48 am and last modified on August 30, 2014 7:07 am.