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Trojan:Win32/Anaki.A Manual Removal

Aug
28

What should I do? My computer has been infected by a virus called Trojan:Win32/Anaki.A. I don’t what it is. Can it be a dangerous thing? Sorry, I’m not a computer savvy. This virus is reported by my anti-virus program which was installed by a computer guy. But it seems that the protection tool can get this thing off from my computer. What is supposedly to be done to get rid of it completely? Please help.

Brief Introduction to This Trojan

Trojan:Win32/Anaki.A is a noxious Trojan infection which has been reported as one of the most malicious computer threats in the world. It is designed by cyber hackers and it has a long history with the development of computer industry. Trojan infection targets on Windows computers only. From Windows XP, Windows Vista to Windows 7 and 8, all windows users may encounter some kind of Trojan infection as the category of this infection can be various. There are countless of Trojan infection now existed on the Internet. In this situation, people who are careless about the online activity can be attacked by different kinds of computer infection. To make it be simple, this Trojan can be a dangerous thing that can damage the infected computer severely which needs to be removed as soon as possible. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on August 28, 2014 5:37 am

Unlock Android Phone from CCIP Virus Scam

Aug
28

Please help me to get rid of this virus! This morning my smartphone is locked by Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection virus that asks me to pay 100 New Zealand dollars through Ukash within 24 hours. Otherwise, my phone will be locked forever and I will be arrested and put into the jail. I don’t do anything wrong. How would that happen? How can I unlock my phone from CCIP scam virus? Now I cannot do anything on my phone. Any help will be appreciated here. 

Description of CCIP Virus Scam on Android Phone

Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection virus (also called New Zealand E-Crime Lab Virus or CCIP Virus) also has been spreading for a long time from network and many people heavily suffer from it and losing money. It attacks users mostly from the areas of New Zealand. Currently, it not only target computer but also android phone and Mac OS X. So now more and more phone users are troubled with it and don’t know how to get rid of it. CCIP virus is distributed on the Internet and can get itself installed in your mobile device without your knowledge. Once the infection is done, 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 alert 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 send the fine through Ukash of NZD $100 or more within a limited time. If you pay the fine in time, your phone will be released within 24 or 72 hours. But If time has expired and you haven’t been able to enter the payment as required, criminals cases will be started automatically against you later on which might put you into more illegal troubles. Actually this virus has nothing to do with Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection (CCIP) or New Zealand E-Crime Lab. 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. The only right thing that has to be done is to remove Centre for Critical Infrastructure Protection virus immediately.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on August 28, 2014 12:02 am

Remove GVU Virus from Android Phone

Aug
27

I’m very upset about what happen to my cell phone this morning. My phone was infected by GVU virus after I download an unknown APP which is about bibliography free download, to be honest, I’m a postgraduate, my summer vocation just ended, I’m on my way back to school on the train, during this time I got text message by my tutor who urged me to finish my paper as soon as possible. So, I figure out a way, since the train has free WIFI, I thought I might use my phone to search some thesis. Normally, I will do that in school library, because it could provide you huge information which are all free, but outside that zoom, most website will charge for the information, that’s why I download an unknown APP from my phone, which guarantee not only could offer what you need, but so Non-profit. BANG, GVU on the phone, and what’s worse and funny, all the things showed on my phone screen, described as German language, I could only tell it’s involved about piracy, but I was panic at the first place, I got this FBI virus before, so I know this is scam, I just don’t believe they can use virus to cheat your money in so many ways and so quick you can’t even image, what a crazy world!

Brief Description about GVU Virus On Phone:

GVU Virus is a newly phone virus which has been spread recently, if your phone infected by this virus, your phone screen will show few paragraphs of words in German, it’s about Society for the Prosecution Association of Copyright Infringement to hoax computer users, mostly the novices, if you are familiar with FBI virus, you’ll not be surprised about GVU, same trick designed to blackmail people by using fake information and the name of other fake department. GVU virus will threat you to pay 50 EUR through recommended payment scheme, then it will randomly give you a so-called unlock code which will not help at all. Therefore your screen is still blocked up even if you have paid for the fine.

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Published by Leo R. Oscar on August 27, 2014 9:00 pm

Remove AFP Virus Ukash Scam from Android Phone

Aug
27

Hi there, I have received Australian Federal Police warning on phone saying I need to pay AUD $200 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?

Description of AFP Virus Ukash Scam on Android Phone

AFP (Australian Federal Police) Virus Ukash Scam has been distributed by cyber criminals for a long time and always troubling PC users, but in order to defraud of more fake fine, currently it also takes smart phone as the target, so more and more phone users are frustrated by this scam virus. 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 Australian Federal Police. Once it enters your phone, it will display a large alert window which occupies the whole screen of your phone to claim that your device has been blocked due to the violation of Criminal Code of Australia, 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 finish the fine through Ukash of $200 or more in order to unlock your phone. If you pay the fine in time, your phone will be released within 24 or 72 hours. But if you don’t, a criminal case will be initiated against you automatically after 24 or 72 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 and lose money but the scam virus is still on your phone. Therefore, please don’t be such a fool to trust this scam malware and you should search methods to get it removed from your phone without any delay.

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Published by Karen Lawrence on August 27, 2014 7:28 pm

Remove AFP Crime Commission Virus From Android Phone

Aug
27

My Android phone has just received this AFP Crime Commission virus alert saying “Attention! Your phone has been blocked up for safety reasons listed below”. I am really scared and not sure whether the ACC ransom alert is a legitimate police notification or a harmful phone malware infection. This ACC thing makes me extremely freaked out, for I can’t bypass the ACC blocked phone alert to access anything on the phone. I don’t understand why mobile device fails to protect itself against malware or viruses. Am I needed to submit a fine of AUD $100 to unlock device or is there any alternative way? How to get rid of the ACC Ukash Ransomware from Android phone? If you have tried in vain, please follow removal tips below to deal with the ACC Ukash malware on Android device manually and effectively.

A Description of Phone Locked by AFP Crime Commission Virus Scam

AFP Crime Commission (ACC) Virus is a risky malware infection designed and updated by cyber criminals to make it capable of affecting phones running with Android and Mac OSX. Phone users from the worldwide have shown much interest in surfing the web, watching videos, making e-payment and downloading app from Google Play Store etc. on mobile devices, which provides cyber criminals with a large market to gain illegal profits by distributing this destructive ACC Ukash virus. It is necessary for phone users to delete the horrible ACC Ransomware from your Android immediately. As the ACC malware brings great troubles to victims. To more specific, the ACC Ukash Ransomware can be downloaded to the target phone automatically and blocks your access to any app on the phone. All you see on the phone screen is the fake ACC pop-up alert. However, the ACC warning alert is not a legitimate police notification or anything that will get you caught by the police. Actually, the ACC Ukash malware is a risky phone malware or virus which users should have it removed from the mobile device timely.
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Published by Matt Johnston on August 27, 2014 2:05 pm

How to Remove The Guardians of the Peace of Ireland Virus From Android Phone

Aug
27

Yesterday, I was using my phone to watch movie online, suddenly, my phone got blocked by the Guardians of the Peace of Ireland. It said that I have been accused by violating the law and committing a crime. I didn’t do anything wrong on my phone I promise. Now I can’t access my phone at all. As soon as I power on my phone, the block page can appear. It won’t let me to close it. In order to get my phone back, I need to pay a fine to the police. Does this warning really come from the police? What should I do?

Brief Introduction to This Virus

Once you get a warning from the Guardians of the Peace of Ireland on your android phone, you must be aware that what you are facing is not the police, but a virus. Nowadays, with the development of the technology, a new kind of virus has been designed by cyber hacker. The ransomware virus now not only targets on computers with Windows and Mac operating systems today, it also aims on smart phones and tablets now. Just like what it can do to the infected computers, once this virus infiltrates the target phones and tablets, it can block the whole system by displaying a fake warning from the police to cheat and threaten innocent phone users. The only one goal that those cyber hackers want to gain is the money. Under no circumstance, should this payment need to be made. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on August 27, 2014 5:45 am and last modified on August 27, 2014 5:45 am.

Remove Mandiant U.S.A Cyber Security Virus From Android Phone

Aug
26

Please help! “Mandiant U.S.A Cyber Security” virus screen popped up automatically and blocked my Android smartphone, saying I have broken a bunch of laws, and I am “obligated to pay $300″ using a MoneyPak card. I can’t close the U.S.A Cyber Security alert page or power off the phone directly. What should I do? Is this U.S.A Cyber Security warning alert really from the US government? How can the Ransomware virus attack Android phones since mobile devices are often considered to be secure enough? Will it clean the virus if I can bypass the fake Internet alert page and download a security app on my phone? What is the most effective way to get rid of the U.S.A Cyber Security Ransomware on Android phones? Benefit yourself from this post and unlock your Android device from this U.S.A Cyber Security Ransomware scam successfully.

A Description of Phone Locked by Mandiant U.S.A Cyber Security Virus Scam

Mandiant U.S.A Cyber Security Virus has shown its aggressiveness to mobile devices. It turns out to be a phone malware or virus which targets phone users all over the world. It mainly spreads through network. Phone users are apt to pick up the virus scam when you visit harmful sites, make e-payment, receive email attachments and download doubtful apps without any caution. Once the U.S.A Cyber Security virus scam attacks a mobile phone, it will pop up automatically and block the phone screen. The Ransomware virus displays a fake security message stating that your has been blocked due to its involvement in copyright violations including the use of unlicensed app, the distribution of illegally obtained files, the distribution of child pornography, and also the participation in spam emailing. To earn victims’ trust, the virus scam classifies specific laws that you’ve broken on the warning alert page and asks you to submit a penalty of $300 within 48 hours to unlock device, or you will be caught by the police. At the first sight of the U.S.A Cyber Security alert, phone victims are easy to fall into the virus scam. However, the U.S.A Cyber Security alert Ransomware alert is nothing legitimate or reliable but a risky malware threat for mobile phones running with Android or Mac OS X. It is necessary for users to delete the Mandiant U.S.A Cyber Security virus scam from Android phones completely.
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Published by Matt Johnston on August 26, 2014 5:33 am and last modified on August 27, 2014 7:01 am.

Remove PCeU Virus on Android Phone

Aug
25

Can someone tell me why this PCeU (Police Central e-crime Unit) can accuse me that I have done something illegal on my phone? I swear I only use the phone for calls, music and movies. I don’t know what happened to my phone. It just shows a picture about this police authority and it occupies the whole screen, I can’t do anything on my phone now. I can’t even turn off my phone. It claims that a so-called fine must be made so that I can get my phone back to normal. Should I pay? I don’t want to get into trouble with the police.

Brief Introduction to This Virus

Nowadays, the cyber criminals are more and more frenzied, they can do whatever they can to reach their illegal goals. So this PCeU (Police Central e-crime Unit) virus can be an evil product of them. With the technology developing, smart phone can be a part of essential to many people. It provides a lot of convenience for the work and life. However, this platform becomes the second hard-hit area for the attack of cyber hackers. From attacking the computers with Windows and Mac operating systems, cyber hackers start to attack smart phones with Android systems these days. From the online reports, the number of the victims who have been infected this kind of virus on their android phones is still increasing rapidly. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on August 25, 2014 11:43 pm and last modified on August 25, 2014 11:44 pm.

How to Remove SaverON Adware Virus

Aug
25

Hey, please help! My computer’s screen now floods with different kinds of ads, even though I have tried to close them thousands of times, it don’t work and still pops up from those websites I visit. It even doesn’t allow me to close. That happens after I install a free application called SaverON, I thought it was convenient and quick to shop and offer best deals. However, actually my computer is messed up now. I think that will be due to this tool or I get some kind of malware, but I don’t know how to catch it because my scanner doesn’t report any threatening warning. I usually use this computer as my working PC to do business, but now I am disturbed and cannot do anything. What should I do to get rid of those ads? Any advices will be appreciated!

Description of SaverON Adware Virus

SaverON is malicious and tricky shopping online browser add-on. It will not bring you any good support but instead interrupt your online activities and track your online history to steal your personal crucial information, and also put your computer in a higher risk of destruction. Once you install SaverOn, it will quickly stretch its files to your system and occupy limited CPU space; meanwhile it can copy its files to your hard disk and names Run.exe to create new startup key. Then it may load as soon as the windows is booting, next it will install a toolbar or change your default home page settings. Being installed into the system, the SaverON adware is capable of showing you numerous ads and slow down computer runningspeed. It is able to alter your browser settings to hijack search results. Therefore, it can redirect you to unknown and malicious websites and will not show you the correct search result of whatever you look up online.  It adds or inserts more add-on, plugin or extension to your browsers, thus it is easier for it to display ads, coupons, deals, and other online offers on whatever websites you visit. Besides, it has ability to detect your system’s loophole and use loopholes as a backdoor to introduce more malicious threats to disorder your computer, which will cause severe issues to your computer. Gradually, your computer will be corrupted and performs slower and slower until it is crashed down. Moreover, with help of SaverON malware, remote hackers will be able to visit and even control your infected computer whenever you connected to the Internet. They can monitor your computer activities to get the information that is useful for remote hackers to generate illegal profits. Therefore, you should take prompt actions to remove this SaverON malware.

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Published by Tony Shepherd on August 25, 2014 4:31 am

VBS/Agent.NDH.5 Virus Removal

Aug
24

VBS/Agent.NDH.5 virus popped up on the computer every time I launched the system. The Trojan virus made my computer slow and frozen up frequently. I have run several security scans through the whole system and deleted all detected items. But the antivirus can’t seem to pick up the malware. What can I do? How to remove the Trojan infection from the computer without causing any damage? Manual removal tips here will help you deal with the Trojan virus effectively.

Information about VBS/Agent.NDH.5 Virus:

VBS/Agent.NDH.5 is a harmful computer virus that is of high threat level. It is a potentially unwanted program installed in a target computer automatically. Upon initializing, the Trojan virus runs in the background of the computer, taking up high CPU usage. It affects the computer performance badly and takes the contaminated system at great risk. To more specific, the Trojan virus slows down the system performance and affects functions of your normal programs. As a result, users are frustrated at getting system stuck, computer freezes and disabled programs. You will find it an obstacle to load up websites, launch large programs or perform other actions on the computer smoothly. That is, the web pages will be loaded lazily and filled up with pesky pop-up ads or messages associated with browser hijackers or some third parties online. In fact, the malware virus does great harm to computer files, and it may create some malicious files with random names in the computer. More symptoms like system crash, blue screen errors and application errors can occur to the affected computer. To resolve this virus issue, PC users should take actions to clean the computer as early as possible.
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Published by Matt Johnston on August 24, 2014 1:36 pm

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