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How to Remove Trojan:Win32/Chenf.A Virus

Apr
16

Trojan:Win32/Chenf.A virus attacked my computer and it took over the whole system to trigger vulnerabilities. My computer was in a mess! It just performed weirdly, and it got frozen up frequently. Why can the Trojan horse bypass your advanced antivirus? How to get rid of the Trojan infection without making any damage? If you have no clue of this Trojan virus removal, please follow removal instructions below to regain a clean computer.

Information about Trojan:Win32/Chenf.A Virus:

Trojan:Win32/Chenf.A is defined as a risky Trojan horse that triggers destructive damages as soon as it penetrates into users’ computers secretly during your improper web browsing activities. The Trojan horse is a potentially unwanted program which installs in the computer automatically. It can launch as a background program every time the contaminated system starts. By exploiting the system leaks, the Trojan comes bundled with many other types of computer viruses such as adware and spyware. It is associated with slow system performance and poor network environment. Consequently, users will find it easy to get stuck easily when surfing the web, launching large programs and playing games. It also changes the system files and registry entries and executes malicious files in the computer. Great damages, such as system slowdown, startup failure and file missing, may occur to the target computer if the Trojan horse is kept in the contaminated system too long. To avoid any further loss, PC users should take measures to remove the Trojan:Win32/Chenf.A virus immediately and completely.
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Published by Michael Myn on April 16, 2014 11:08 pm

Police-warning-alert.com Scam Removal

Apr
16

What is this Police-warning-alert.com pop up on my browser? It blocks my browser and says that I have violated laws and now I am asked to pay a fine to get my browser unlocked. Is this legit or fake? I didn’t do anything that’s stated on the page. How come my computer is locked by the police warning alert? Am I involved in any troubles with the police if I don’t pay? What can do I to get rid of this locked page and prevent it from coming back on my browser?

Police-warning-alert.com Popup – How to Remove?

The Police-warning-alert.com pop up page is categorized as a browser adware that gives you fake police alerts and blocks you from accessing websites on the browsers by similar police warning alerts. Normally, you will read on the block page that you are accused of violating laws due to some of your online activities, mostly about pornography and forbidden content. To get your computer unlocked and get yourself out of future troubles, a fine is required from you within a limited time via some pre-paid methods such as MoneyPak or Ukash voucher. Lots of innocent computer users will pay this amount of fine out of fears without considering it through. And they help the hacker benefit. This pop up scam page is not a legit notice from the police or government but distributed by some third parties online to scam and trick innocent computer users including Windows OS and Mac books. Instead of paying the requested amount of fine, users need to get rid of the adware completely to unlock browsers/computers.
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Published by Michael Myn on April 16, 2014 11:26 am

How to Remove EnjoyCoupon Adware

Apr
15

There have been endless pop-ups on my notebook. I think there must be some viruses that cause such issue. I did quite a lot of check on the PC and found it was the EnjoyCoupon Adware. I tried to follow some online removal instructions and checked into the program lists but I couldn’t tell which the program is that caused the infection. Nor can I tell which program is related to this adware in task manager. How do you remove this adware?

Learn More about EnjoyCoupon Adware

The role this EnjoyCoupon adware plays on the infected computer is to cause non-stop popping ups and redirect you to some malicious web sites rather than those you really mean to visit. This has been known to all as a common feature of browser hijacker viruses. Due to the browser hijacker character, this adware is also hard to detect since it has been enabled to bypass the general scans of many antivirus software. But the computer users can feel obviously that their PCs are working improperly. Why can’t the antivirus software notice this adware immediately when it firstly gets installed onto the PC? Many victims of this pop up are puzzled about that. The reason is simple. This adware is commonly bundled with some free programs that the innocent users download off the internet. As known to all, free software won’t disclose adequately to the users that there will be some other software installed along with its installation. In that way, people may get this adware without their knowledge.

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Published by Michael Myn on April 15, 2014 11:10 pm and last modified on April 15, 2014 11:17 pm.

Codec.mediacrow.eu Pop-ups Removal Guide

Apr
15

What is this Codec.mediacrow.eu? I keep having lots of pop ups reappear on my browser mostly on Youtube. They are everywhere! I have been troubled by these interruptions when trying to search online for a few days. Can’t remove the pop ups no matter how I try. Ran antivirus but didn’t detect anything that said about the pop ups. How do I go about getting rid of these pop ups to restore browser?

Codec.mediacrow.eu Pop-ups – How to Remove?

Codec.mediacrow.eu is categorized as a browser hijacker that can trouble you with numerous pop ups and redirect issues whenever you try to get online. This problem affects many browsers on both Windows and Mac systems including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Safari. It automatically modifies the browser defaults without permission to prevent you from getting online efficiently. This type of browser attack is dangerous for it can cause other problems on the computer. PUPs can be brought onto the computer and private data may be stolen. Thus, you should get rid of the pop up as soon as possible whenever having the hijacker on your browsers.
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Published by Michael Myn on April 15, 2014 12:57 pm

Remove 123srv.com Pop-ups

Apr
15

How do I get rid of the 123srv.com pop ups? They are all over my browser and pop up randomly to stop me from searching online. How can I block them from reappearing? I tried to reset the browser defaults and remove some extensions from the browser. But nothing worked. I still have lots of pop ups. What are the other options to remove these pop ups from my computer?

123srv.com Pop-ups – How to Remove?

123srv.com annoying pop ups can be caused by a browser adware on your computer which is as risky and stubborn as many other computer viruses. It mainly attacks the browsing applications on your computer including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox on Windows and sometimes even gets onto Safari on Mac. It has become a major problem for these browsers which can’t seem to be stopped efficiently by common anti-virus programs. Basically, users will come across constant difficulties when surfing online because of this adware attack on the system. Besides from messing up your browsing programs, the adware may also cause further problems which will definitely affect the performance of the machine. It is, therefore, to be removed timely to protect computer from future attacks.
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Published by Michael Myn on April 15, 2014 8:44 am

How to Remove Win32:Agent-APRIK [Trj] Completely

Apr
15

I want to get rid of this Win32:Agent-APRIK [Trj] immediately. My computer has been hit by this Trojan for a long time. But after I have tried many different anti-virus programs to get it removed by my own, I give up, because it still sticks in my computer. I don’t know what to do so that I can remove it completely. I’m not a computer literate. Can somebody help? I will appreciate the huge help!

Brief Introduction to This Trojan

Win32:Agent-APRIK [Trj] is categorized as a Trojan infection which targets on Windows computers. Windows XP, Windows Vista and Window 7 and 8 can all be attacked by this Trojan infection. Cyber hackers who create this Trojan mainly use the Internet to spread this Trojan to computers all over the world. Many websites’ servers can be hacked, even some famous web pages. Hackers can implant this Trojan into those hacked servers, once people come to visit those infected websites, the Trojan can attack the target computers instantly without users approval. In addition, this Trojan can also hide in many free software which is also a main way for this Trojan to transmit. This Trojan infection can also be forged as a E-mail attachment for people to open, once PC users click on the attachment, it can be saved in the target computers immediately. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on April 15, 2014 5:55 am and last modified on April 15, 2014 5:56 am.

StartSavin Pop-up Ads Removal Tips

Apr
14

Do you keep receiving StartSavin ads on your browser whenever you go online? Have you already tried a lot of anti-virus programs but none of them can pick up something suspicious? Are you annoyed with those crazy pop-up ads that keep interrupting you while you are searching online? If you are facing this irritating issue, it indicates your computer is likely infected with an adware or some kind of browser hijacking malware. Follow the manual removal instruction from this post to completely clean your PC now!

StartSavin Popup Ads- How to Remove?

The StartSavin pop-up is categorized as an adware malware that can affect the most popular browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. This type of threat can cause a range of browsing problems like unstoppable pop-up ads and constant URL redirects when it gets installed on a target computer. It can take over your web browser and  force you to visit one or more particular webpage, insert advertisements in other web pages, and even mess up search results or show various popups in the browser. In the end, the victim might not be able to use browser at all. It gives you a hard time to surf online. The malicious adware also cuts you off of the internet or makes your browser keep crashing.
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Published by Michael Myn on April 14, 2014 8:02 am and last modified on April 14, 2014 8:05 am.

How to Remove Findsmarter.com Redirect

Apr
14

I can’t get rid of the Findsmarter.com pop up on my home page. It replaces the home page on my browser automatically all the time. And I keep being redirected to unwanted websites with more pop ups showing. I can’t reset the browser successfully. How do I restore my browser and stop all the annoying pop ups without losing my data stored on the browser? Please help.

Findsmarter.com Pop-ups – How to Remove?

Findsmarter.com pop up website may look like a regular search webpage to you. It provides a search engine on the home page called “findsmarter” which seems to be as helpful as other search engines like Google. But it is recently reported as an unpleasant search engine by many users who have Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari installed on their computers for it causes constant troubles for them to surf online. They are being blocked constantly by either random pop ups or annoying redirects online. This browser issue is known as a browser hijacker or browser redirect that is one of the major problems of browsers and that cannot be fixed by many anti-virus programs. To get rid of the pop ups, manually remove the hijacker off of your computer to restore browsers.
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Published by Michael Myn on April 14, 2014 2:34 am

PUP.Optional.DynConIE.A Uninstall Guide

Apr
13

My computer has big problem, I need help! My anti-virus program tells me that my computer has been infected by this PUP.Optional.DynConIE.A. I don’t know when and how it comes to my computer. Now my computer performs improperly. I have got some many pop-ups when I was doing my job on my computer. My computer gets stuck all the time. My protection tool failed to remove this thing. What can I do?

Brief Introduction to This Trojan

PUP.Optional.DynConIE.A is a malicious computer threat which can damage the infected system severely. It belongs to Trojan infection which can install many adware to the infected system. Computer users can encounter this Trojan from many ways, mainly from the Internet. Cyber hackers who design this Trojan can attack many websites’ servers, once they have hacked into them, they will put this Trojan into the servers. When people come to visit those infected web pages, their computer can be attacked by this Trojan immediately. People can also be lured to click on some unknown links which contain this Trojan. In addition, spam E-mail attachments can be used to spread this Trojan infection to innocent computer users all over the world. Read the rest of this post »

Published by Tony Shepherd on April 13, 2014 11:19 pm

Remove Browse2Save Ads

Apr
13

Yesterday when I was watching movie on the web, I received a pop up about “Browse2Save” that asked if I want to install it to my computer. I didn’t agree that but for some reasons it has been installed on my computer. Now I cannot uninstall it because it didn’t show up in Control Panel. And it keeps showing me various ads whenever I go online. How do I get rid of Browse2Save completely?

“Browse2Save” Adware – How to Remove?

Browse2Save is an adware that can be installed bundled with other freeware or downloaded from certain websites without user’s permission. It claims it is a free add-on that notifies you of available coupons and helps you save money. However, once downloaded, users will find it annoying and irritating because this program generates various advertisements whenever users go to Internet. It is developed to promote advertisements and create traffic. Browse2Save ads can appear in Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer, and can function in most versions of Windows, including Windows XP, Vista,Windows 7 and Windows 8. Therefore, no matter what you are doing on your computer, you will be given countless discount information at any corners of the screen, keep informing you of online shopping coupon.

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Published by Michael Myn on April 13, 2014 12:42 pm and last modified on April 13, 2014 12:43 pm.

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