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Remove Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A Manually

Mar
30

How can I remove this Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A virus from my new laptop with windows 8.1? I have installed a new antivirus for my new laptop, but antivirus just can detect it but cannot eradicate it. Some said this virus needs to be removed manually. But I don’t know where and how to look for the suspicious files in system. So I have to ask for help online. Can you now help me remove this virus? I don’t want this virus to damage my new computer.

Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A Virus Description:

Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A virus is a malicious and harmful Trojan infection which will create many damages to computer system. This Trojan virus is also designed by cyber criminals to spread online worldwide. Cyber criminals usually add this virus into those unsafe free software, shareware, advertising-supported programs. When PC users download the software they need, this virus will also install into their computer during the process of installation of that software. Therefore, usually you should choose customized installation so that you can know clearly what additional app is asked to install, and if you don’t want it, you can block it directly. Sometimes, Trojan:Win32/Crilock.A virus comes from those insecure websites while you’re visiting those websites. Those websites are mostly with pornographic or illegal advertising content, so those websites are all filled with malicious code and pop up different unsafe ads, fake massage about computer security or application update. When you visit such a website or click on those pop-up, this harmful virus or other malicious codes will be installed into your machine quickly. To make this virus infect more targeted computer, cyber criminals will greatly spread it online via many other ways. It can be on those spam email attachments, strange files or links from strangers or peer-to-peer files. What you should do is to keep a good online habit, don’t click on any strange, malicious and unsafe websites or pop ups.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on March 30, 2015 9:38 am

Backdoor.Bezigate Trojan Removal

Mar
30

I’m facing difficulty on removing this Backdoor.Bezigate on my Windows XP computer. I have tried several methods posted on the Internet but none of them can help me out of this bad case. Also, I have a security tool installed on my machine. With its help, I was informed about this bad virus. But why can’t the anti-virus program remove it for me? I almost give up now. Is there something I can do to get rid of it?

Brief Introduction to This Trojan

Backdoor.Bezigate can be picked up by most of security tools nowadays. Nevertheless, it has been proved to be a tricky Trojan horse virus by many victims all over the world. We have found that this Trojan virus can escape from the virus removal conducted by many security tools. This Trojan infection can help cyber criminals to achieve many illicit goals from innocent computer users. With this bad virus running on the background, the infected computer can be messed up and face a lot of problems. It is a good idea to use the infected computers anymore as this infection can be able to help cyber hackers to control the infected machines remotely. This illegal activity can make computer users face financial losses. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on March 30, 2015 5:44 am

Remove Pf8kxhg.com pop-ups

Mar
29

Pf8kxhg.com pop-ups was loaded on my Firefox automatically every time I searched the web. I might pick up the browser hijacker when I downloaded a PDF file from the Internet unwarily. Though I scanned the whole computer for several times, I still got the redirect alert after rebooting the system. What should I do? Is it useful to reinstall the hijacked Internet browser? If not, how to get rid of the browser hijacker without making any damage? Any redirect removal tip will do me a big favor.

Brief Introduction about This Pf8kxhg.com pop-ups

Pf8kxhg.com pop-ups is classified as a nasty browser redirect which does great harm to worldwide computer users. It is a browser infection that is able to hijack Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Opera and other web browsers. It performs malicious actions on target computers and violates victims’ privacy on purpose. Upon arrival, the browser hijacker will show up whenever you launch the Internet browser. Actually, it is a fake website that pretends to help you enjoy various resources online. It tricks you into taking it as your default browser homepage or search engine. However, the redirect has its own search system which brings you big troubles during your Internet searches. To be more specified, the browser redirect will display lots of pop-up ads or messages on your screen while you visit webs, news, images and videos and search for your favorites. Besides, it just redirects your specified websites to other harmful web pages associated with browser adware or pesky third parties online. Such a redirect may help cyber hackers pilfer your important information to gain profits illegally. Thus, it is high time for you to delete the browser hijacker from your computer completely.
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Published by Matt Johnston on March 29, 2015 1:05 pm

How to Remove Win32/Crowti Virus

Mar
29

So I think I have this Win32/Crowti on my computer and antivirus cannot delete it. Some documents and files are not located in the original place, and I don’t know how to find them out. I guess this virus has corrupted many things on my computer, but I don’t know how to find it out and eradicate it as soon as possible. The antivirus just can tell me it’s there but cannot deal with it. I am worried about that if this virus can destroy my computer, but much important company information is stored on this computer, and I don’t want to lose them. Could you please help me to remove this virus now? I don’t want it stay on my computer any longer.

Win32/Crowti Virus Description:

Win32/Crowti virus is a very stubborn and vicious Trojan virus to attack windows computer and steal important personal information from targeted computer. It roots itself deeply into system and change important system settings. For example, it will change some start-up items to configure itself well, then once you boot up computer, it will also run as soon as possible. It may pretend to be an antivirus and pops up a fake security warning saying your computer is at high risk and recommending you to install the antivirus it shows. And the so-called antivirus program should be spyware or rogue antivirus which is also a big threat to computer security. Due to Win32/Crowti virus, you cannot download new program or application into infected computer. You will see the message telling the current security setting does not allow downloading this program. Internet speed will slow down and many junk files are created by this Win32/Crowti virus in system. Or even you cannot access Internet because the DNS is changed by this virus somehow. Web browser will often get stuck or crash down. During you use the computer, it may shut down suddenly and reboot again due to this virus. This virus will do harm to important programs. For example, it may destroy crucial files of your antivirus program to block antivirus to run, or some key part function of antivirus will be lost. Due to Win32/Crowti virus, more system loopholes will be created, which will put infected computer into more dangerous situation. To eliminate it soon is to save your computer earlier.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on March 29, 2015 8:29 am

Remove Trojan/Downloader.Geral.sie Virus

Mar
28

My laptop has been targeted by this Trojan/Downloader.Geral.sie virus. I don’t know what to do to remove it from my machine. I’m not a computer tech. Now I’m afraid to use my computer as I think I will make the situation even worse. My ant-virus program can pick this thing up and quarantine it, but it won’t be removed. That’s really weird. What should I do now? I want this thing off from my computer as soon as possible!

Brief Introduction to This Trojan

From its name, we can simply know that this Trojan/Downloader.Geral.sie is a kind of computer infection which can be called Trojan horse virus. There are more than thousands kinds of Trojan viruses now have been reported by victims, and cyber hackers now are still designing different types of Trojan day by day. It is not easy for all auto-removal tools to find the solution on removing the newly released computer viruses. So this kind of infection can damage the entire system before the auto-removal tool can be able to eradicate it. However, we have found that this kind of Trojan infection is capable to damage the security program as well to escape from being removed. It can be really bad as it can do harm to the infected computers from many respects. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on March 28, 2015 12:15 pm

Remove Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG Virus

Mar
27

My Norton detects that Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG virus is on my computer, but Norton cannot remove it when I tried to run it to remove all. I have searched this virus online and know it’s a stubborn Trojan horse which will greatly damage computer system. I have tried to go to registry to look for suspicious files, but I don’t know which one is virus file. And I don’t want my stupid action cause more problems on computer, so please help me out of this issue. Thanks!

Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG Virus Description:

Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG virus is harmful and vicious Trojan virus to attack windows computer severely. This Trojan virus cannot be removed by any advanced antivirus program. And once your antivirus reports that your computer is at risk because of this Trojan virus, which means the virus has been on your computer for a short period. Antivirus cannot prevent this virus from entering into system. In system, Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG virus can corrupt registry editor, start-up items and task manager to change system settings by implanting itself files or extension, changing or disabling crucial system files totally. In this case, system programs may be messed up greatly. Some even cannot run due to this virus, because this virus can delete some important executable files of those programs. And in order to root itself deeply and firmly on your computer, it will change its location and pathway soon to bypass the detection of antivirus. Due to this Trojan.Kryptik.CWXG virus, your computer will have lots of pop ups, obstructions and interruptions says waiting for proxy tunnel, but actually you don’t use a proxy. This virus may change the DNS of your Internet and acts a browser hijacker to block you access to Internet. In system background, this virus will act as a backdoor virus to create more loopholes to introduce other threats. If that happens, computer will get more stuck and functions more abnormally.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on March 27, 2015 6:35 pm

Adware:W32/WebInstallBundle Uninstall Guide

Mar
27

An infection called Adware:W32/WebInstallBundle has been detected on my computer. I have a powerful anti-virus program installed on my machine and it is a paid version. It helps me get rid of a lot of computer infection before. However, it has no idea to deal with this stuff. I don’t know what to do now. I don’t want to mess up my computer cause I’m a computer illiterate. Please help me get rid of this infection. Thanks in advance.

Brief Introduction to This Trojan

Adware:W32/WebInstallBundle is a type of Trojan horse infection that used to generate tons of pop-ups and sponsored links on the infected computers. It is a kind of computer infection that made by cyber hackers who want to use it to get illegal benefits from innocent computer users as those pop-ups and links can show different kinds of advertisements with low prices. They just want to lure people to pay for the useless goods. However, once people try to pay on the infected computers, they band details and credit card information can be recorded and this Trojan infection can send them to cyber hackers. Once those bad guys get the financial information, they will commit other crimes by using the information and they can hardly be caught. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on March 27, 2015 5:45 am

PCeU Virus (Police Central e-crime Unit Ukash Scam) Removal Guide

Mar
26

Can the PCeU Virus (Police Central e-crime Unit) lock your computer, android phone or tablet? I have a virus on my computer which says i have been locked off by the police, how do i get rid of the virus without paying the fine? What does it mean when PCeU page comes up on PC? Why my computer was hacked by PCeU Virus (Police Central e-crime Unit) Ukash scam and asks for 100 pounds to unlock it? Still A message came on my tablet yesterday from PCEU saying i needed to pay 100 pounds to unlock my device, why does this PCeU screen keep popping up on my desktop, how do I take PCeU off my phone its locked and I can’t do anything?

Computer, Android Phone or Tablet has been blocked by PCeU Virus (Police Central e-crime Unit) Ukash Scam and You have to pay £100 to get it unlocked. How to take it off your screen?

The PCeU virus, which is short for the Police Central e-crime Unit virus is a ransomware that displays a fake alert on the users computer screen stating that the computer has been blocked and now locked due to its involvement in the distribution of pornographic photos, copyright content, as well as participation in SPAM. Like those most popular police viruses, such FBI virus, Police Cybercrime Investigation Department Virus, it is made to appear to come directly from the Police Central e-crime Unit. When Windows is opened the warning will pop up and the computer will lock. The hackers have gotten very clever because even when the computer is shut down and then started in safe mode the virus will still take control and show the warning. They will then demand a payment of 100 by either Ukash or a paysafecard, which is a prepaid card that is loaded with cash and then used for the transaction. The hackers that are behind the PCeU virus require these forms of payment so the user cannot initiate a charge back or attempt to get their money back after they figure out that they have been scammed. Recently, the virus also infects mobile device like Android phone, tablet or ipad. That is terrible. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Michael Myn on March 26, 2015 1:15 pm and last modified on March 31, 2015 4:07 am.

Defender Pro 2015 Removal Guides

Mar
26

Hello, have you ever used Defender Pro 2015? I don’t know how it comes to my computer, but it has been there for several days. It’s annoying and always pops up warning alerts about my computer is at high risk, and then it prompts me to purchase another advanced version of this program, so I thought it’s a scam and didn’t buy it. However, I cannot see it in the control panel. How can I uninstall it from my computer? Can you give me some tips?

Brief Introduction to Defender Pro 2015

Defender Pro 2015 is a rogue antivirus program to defraud people out of money. In addition, this program is actually a big threat to computer security. When it comes to your computer, it will configure a Windows registry key to start the program every time when you login Windows. Then it automatically runs a full scan for your computer, next it tells you that your computer has big threats and many files are compromised. That message will really scare many PC users, but those are all false. Your computer may be still in good state and has no threats. This fake Defender Pro 2015 throws fake message to scare people to convince them that their computer are infected with viruses which need to be deleted soon. So users will try to use this program to remove all threats, but next it will prompt that you need to purchase a new advanced and full version of it to removal all threats. If you purchase that full version, you still cannot remove the threats, as Defender Pro 2015 together with new full version have no virus database and no ability to prevent malware infiltration and protect your computer. And those threats displayed by this program may not exist. In fact, this fake antivirus is a malware itself, what you should do urgently is to remove it to prevent more damages on computer.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on March 26, 2015 9:17 am

Antivirus PRO 2015 Removal Tips

Mar
26

Yesterday, I downloaded a program called Antivirus PRO 2015 on my computer. I didn’t know that it is a bad stuff at first, I just thought it could protect me from virus attack so I installed it on my computer. However, I can’t get rid of it after someone told me that it is a kind of computer infection that can damage my system. I don’t have too much computer knowledge to remove this thing on my own. How can I fix this? Please help!

Brief Introduction to Antivirus PRO 2015

Recently, a program called Antivirus PRO 2015 has been published on the Internet for people to download. It is not easy for users to realize that it is a fake anti-virus program from its name and description. Cyber hackers can forge and exaggerate the functions of it to cheat people to judge it as a good and legit protection tool that can help PC users prevent virus infiltration. With fake introduction, computer users can be easily lured to download this fake program to their machines and install it without any doubt. This is the main way for this infection to sneak into target computer as most of computer users will not think it as a computer virus. This is the biggest advantage of this infection as when other kinds of computer infections try to invade target computers, the security tools can detect them, but this infection can escape from the detection. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on March 26, 2015 5:38 am

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