My computer is just infected with this Pr.comet.yahoo.com Infection. I have run my antivirus to kill the infection, but it seems no work, as every time when I restart back my computer, and open the Chrome, Pr.comet.yahoo.com is still showing as the homepage. The original start page is Google, but it was changed somehow without my permission. Many popup ads and banners coming from this site keeps displaying. How to remove Pr.comet.yahoo.com Infection?
What’s Pr.comet.yahoo.com Infection?
If you see Pr.comet.yahoo.com popping up on your computer, it will say that your computer now is especially infected with a browser hijack or virus infection. Browser hijacker always pops up on the browser as soon as you run the browser as the homepage or start page. It usually infected web browsers like Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari on Windows 7, 8 and 10 and your Mac OS devices. It aims to promotes some products by popping the advertisement banners and some flash video to attract you to click on it. it takes over the whole web browser, changes the default settings, alter the homepage aggressively without your permission. And it even adds some malware, extension, add-on or plugin into the web browser. So as soon as you run the web browser, this Pr.comet.yahoo.com pops up immediately and other malicious programs and extension will also run at the same time. This browser infection can be treated a platform to promote sponsor’s products, different discount items, deals, coupons and even spyware or rogue program. One click may soon install malware, spyware or rogue program into system without your permission. Many computer infections will mess up and damage computer system. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Matt Johnston on January 23, 2018 7:28 am and last modified on January 23, 2018 8:12 am.
I got a redirect website search bar on my Chrome, it is named ” Go.deliverymodo.com”. I don’t like any useless sites pop up on my computer, I just want to get my google back. I don’t know too much about this page as my computer knowledge is short. It is super annoying as it keeps popping up unknown advertisements to my machine. I can clearly feel that my computer runs slower and slower. How can I get rid of this page totally?
Brief Introduction to This Go.deliverymodo.com Redirect
Go.deliverymodo.com Redirect is not a regular page for people to use. It looks like a legit search engine as there is only a search box showing on its page. Don’t be fooled by the appearance of this page, it is not a right site for people to keep on their systems. As a matter of fact, this page is designed by cyber hackers. It can be categorized to be a computer threat which can be called browser hijacker. It is not a computer virus but what it can do to the infected computers are troubles. Without being detected by anti-virus programs, this browser hijacker can sneak into target computers with various ways. When it comes to the target machines, it can not only make chaos to the browsers installed, the entire systems can also be damaged. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Matt Johnston on July 3, 2017 9:23 am and last modified on July 3, 2017 1:19 pm.
I just got blocked by a warning alert ‘Windows Health is Critical’ with a blue screen error showing on my Internet Explorer. I am now shocked a lot as I just bought this laptop based on Windows 10 a week ago. All is new. Right now I can’t shut down this blue screen warning alert. It seems everything is frozen or blocked by this warning alert. It strongly suggests call a toll free number for technical support from Microsoft or visit www.microsoft333.com to solve this lockup screen. I am just wondering if this alert is really from Microsoft. And how and when can Microsoft remotely detect and find out the Windows problem on my laptop? Is it possible? Moreover, my laptop is just a new one. I don’t believe there is something wrong with my laptop. What can I do now?
Computer is Blocked by ‘Windows Health is Critical’ – Is it Real from Microsoft?
‘Windows Health is Critical’ warning is a fake alert created by cyber crook to deceive computer users into calling the toll free number provided on the fake blue warning screen. This kind of fake alert has been categorized into a scam tech support list which usually pretends to be from Microsoft or other legitimate tech company to display scamming alert to scare victims force victims into paying money for useless service and product. This fake Windows error alert can display randomly as the fake alert is associated with some kind of scareware, adware, malware, ad-supported extension or add-on or plugin on web browser. So, ‘Windows Health is Critical’ fake alert is actually a malicious program, malware, virus even spyware itself which is harmful to system and must be eradicated immediately. Once the malicious thing is installed into your computer system, it will soon pop up in a new tab on your infected web browser without your permission. Fake Windows security error displays a blue page which looks like a genuine blue screen death with system error code in order to make victims believe that their computer system has been damaged by hazardous virus and system error code happens even a blue screen of death. For example, it may say ‘BSOD: Error 333 Registry Failure of operating system –Host: BLUE Screen ERROR 0x000000CE’. In front of this blue error screen, there is another white box of fake alert covering, and the white box alert notices you that suspicious activity have been detected from your IP address and your computer network connection has been blocked. ‘Windows Health is Critical’ fake alert further prompts you to call the provided hotline number for technical support from Microsoft if you want to unblock your internet connection and repair your computer blue screen error code. It even doesn’t allow you to restart or shut down your computer by threatening your data will lose if you do that. All this fake alert says is just to redirect you to call the toll free number.
Here below is the screenshot of ‘Windows Health is Critical’ fake alert:
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on June 29, 2017 1:11 pm
I just checked some information about my laptop, suddenly this ‘Your Windows 10.0 License Has Been Corrupted’ Warning popped up and my computer screen has been locked up. I now can’t do anything with my laptop. This warning asks me to call a toll free number for help, and I really called t but the technician asked me to purchase some software or security tool, I am a kind of worried, I am afraid the software is not safe but a kind of another malware. Could you please help me out of this issue?
Computer is Locked Up Due to ‘Your Windows 10.0 License Has Been Corrupted’ – Is it real?
If your Windows computer is blocked by this fake ‘Your Windows 10.0 License Has Been Corrupted’ Warning, that means your computer is actually infected with some kind of malware which causes this warning alert to scare PC users. Cyber criminals design and spread this scamming warning alert to lock up victims’ computers in order to redirect victims to purchase their useless products or services in a high price. A Cyber criminal aims at defrauding some money out from people. This fake warning alert usually is associated with scareware, malware or ransomware to pop up on user’s computer screen. Once the hazardous scareware or sansomware is installed into your computer, it will soon pop up a so-called system alert ‘Your Windows 10.0 License Has Been Corrupted’ to lock up the screen. To prevent you restarting the computer, it threatens suspicious activities have been detected. Please ensure you do not restart your Windows computer o prevent data loss. Also it says ‘you may have visited harmful website recently which has been downloaded virus or malware in your Windows computer due to which the license key data file s delete. We have locked your computer to prevent your important data loss.’ It sounds that it is safeguarding your computer as well as your important data, but actually it locks up your computer to push and redirect you to call that provided toll free number. You may think the person on other side of phone is a professional technical guy, but actually they may be scammer who requires you to purchase their service or products.
Here below is the screenshot of this fake Warning ‘Your Windows 10.0 License Has Been Corrupted’ Lock Screen:
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on June 17, 2017 5:15 am and last modified on June 17, 2017 5:17 am.
I just find many random popup ads happening on my web browser Google Chrome, it is very strange that Motitags Toolbar is installed there on browser. I even don’t know when I get this toolbar installed. The homepage is replaced with this unknown page www.home.tb.ask.com . Everything seems like normal but when I open webpages and surf online, popup ads ransomly display every corner of the screen, it is very crazy. I guess Motitags Toolbar should be the culprit. How can I uninstall this Toolbar?
What’s Motitags Toolbar and How Does it Come to Your Computer?
On the website which promoting Motitags Toolbar, it claims that Motitags Toolbar can enhance and strengthen user’s web browser’s browsing experience by enabling smileys into popuplar email service like Gmail, Yahoo!, AOL and Outlook Live. Evne you can add smiles into your blog posts. This toolbar and its functionality seem legitimate and many users suppose that it is safe. However, Motitags Toolbar is a potentially unwanted browser plugin or add-on or adware to web browser, because this toolbar can infiltrates browsers like Internet Explorer, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Firefox by using a deceptive free software marketing method called ‘bundling’. That is why it can cause unwanted and browser redirections to home.tb.ask.com. To illustrate, the Motitags Toolbar can sneak into the system by bundling with free-charging software. When internet users install the malicious free-charging software, this toolbar will be installed into system and embedded in browser. Once this Motitags Toolbar is installed into the web browser, browser redirect will happen and random popups will keep showing on the webpage you browse. Your infected web browser will become slow and often get stuck when you open many pages at the same time, or even the browser will soon crash down.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on June 13, 2017 4:57 am
I think my Edge has been hacked by Securery.com totally. Many popup ads keep displaying randomly on the webpage I browse. I always get redirected to some strange webpages. I even can’t close down the popup ads. I run Avast to scan the whole computer, but it said my computer was safe. So, why am I always hijacked? How to find out the malware thing to stop these disgusting popup and redirect problem?
Belief Introduce of Securery.com Hijacker
Securery.com hijacker also is a big threat to computer security. At the beginning, it will just control your web browser, redirect you to some strange websites and change the default settings of browser. However, it has a strong ability to change the DNS settings to block your access to on the internet totally. Since this Securery.com browser hijacker takes up too much internet resources, your web browser will start to run slowly. If you open many new tabs at the same time, your web browser will easily to be crashed down. Your Windows Explorer will stop working and your computer will be hang there. Gradually, computer will be more and more sluggish. System capacity will be taken up too much by junk files created by this Securery.com hijacker. CPU usage becomes higher. Running many programs or performing too many tasks will make computer crash down soon. This browser hijacker even can introduce some malicious computer threats like Trojan horse, malware, ransomware or spyware into computer system. Many computer threats will worsen and damage computer system soon. Therefore, you should clean out this Securery.com redirect as soon as you find it on your machine.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on May 1, 2017 5:02 am
Hey, yesterday I just received robot call from 800-558-9204 announcing EMERGENCY, Microsoft Windows license key has expired. To renew license please call 800-558-9204.” I returned the call and a woman’s voice (American accent) directed me to call a number regarding a Microsoft license key that had expired and told me my computer would be “shut down” if I did not renew my license key. I am not a computer literate and don’t understand if this phone message from real Microsoft. I’m afraid if someone will hack my computer but now my computer is really blocked by a license key needs to be renewed warning and I can’t go any further. Could you please help me?
Got a call from Microsoft saying my Windows license key was expired – Is it real?
Call from Microsoft saying my Windows license key was expired is a scam phone message which is from those scam tech support actually. Scam tech support mainly uses this scaring phone call message to scare and defraud people out of money. Scam tech support call and tell phone this fake message “Windows license key was expired” illegally in the name of Microsoft. Once people scare and trust this phone message is from Microsoft, they will continue to redirect victims to call some toll free number, and then the person on the other side of phone will state your computer is seriously in terrible condition and urgently need a Microsoft Windows license renew as your Windows license key was expired, and you may asked to purchase their products or service at a high price or you may be asked to be remotely controlled by someone from other side of that phone number. Here, you should notice that the produces or services are not secured and even be bundled with malicious software, if you buy and install the products they offer, it would be a bid threat to computer security once malicious software is installed into system. Besides, if you let someone remotely control and check your computer, that person may put virus or malware into system or hack your system and get some important data and privacy. Anyway, don’t trust any words from scam phone message “Windows license key was expired”, as it just pretends to be Microsoft company, but there is no real Microsoft technician.
Here below is the screenshot of this fake Warning “Your Windows Licence was Expired” Lock Screen:
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on February 21, 2017 12:20 pm and last modified on February 23, 2017 2:11 am.
When i open my computer in Windows 10, there is a warning comes out saying it is from the Microsoft, it tells”Windows has detected some suspicious activity” on my computer and i have to call the phone number designated to get the so called customer service. It drives me crazy as i can’t close the warning alerts. I know it is fake alert as i don’t visit any malicious websites. What can i do to bypass the warning?
Got A Warning ZEUS Virus Alert On Your PC’S Screen Stating From Microsoft?
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Published by Matt Johnston on February 16, 2017 2:00 pm and last modified on February 16, 2017 2:04 pm.
Hi, I got a pop up saying “Microsoft has detected that a porn virus has infected your system and trying to steal pictures, data and social networking passwords.” on my computer, and it is telling me to call as certain number for service. They said .my computer has a virus, and I have to call Microsoft. It will not let me close my page or get it off my page. What can I do now? I am scared a lot! Please help me.
Internet Browser Gets Blocked by “Microsoft has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning? Is it Real from Microsoft?
If your computer especially Windows computer gets blocked by “Microsoft has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning, you should notice that your computer is actually infected with scam malware. The message is not really related with authentic Microsoft. In fact, this kind of warning alert has been classified as a tech support scam by professional and certified tech support team. This fake warning alert is associated with scareware and ransomware and also specifically designed by cyber criminals to scare and defraud online users. Once the computer is infected with this kind of malware, it will soon pop up this warning alert saying “Microsoft has detected that a porn virus has infected your system and trying to steal pictures, data and social networking passwords.” And it blocks the whole page of your web browser, and you can’t close the page or open a new tab. When online users find “Microsoft has Detected a Porn Virus on Computer” Warning, they believe their computer has the virus and Microsoft notices them. Actually it mainly wants victims to call that free toll number 1844-786-8921. When people call this number, the agent on the other side of phone will pretends to be a professional technician from Microsoft and tells your computer really has the virus and asks people to purchase their products or service to get rid of the virus.
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Published by Leo R. Oscar on February 14, 2017 12:48 pm
When I open chrome, I always get a site named Zlappy.com. I never experienced this problem before until 2 days ago. I never visited this site before and don’t know how could it just appear. I have restarted my computer but this site is still there. I want to get my homepage back and I can’t. Could you please help me? I want to set google.com as my homepage and don’t want to use this strange site again. What do I do?
Description of Zlappy.com Browser Hijacker
Zlappy.com is one kind of browser hijacker that could make computer chaotic. Its URL is Zlappy.com which you can see on its address bar. Once your computer gets infected by this browser hijacker, you should pay attention to it and remove it immediately from your computer. You are not supposed to ignore it and use it as usual. This browser hijacker is a malicious infection. It has been distributed widely on the Internet and mostly has infected many online windows computer users. Generally, it infects popular browsers like Chrome, Internet Explorer and Edge. No matter how many browsers you have on your computer, once one of them are infected, others will also be infected soon. Additionally, restarting your computer won’t help to get rid of this browser hijacker. The effective way to remove this browser hijacker is to remove it manually. Read the rest of this post »
Published by James B. Gonzalez on January 31, 2017 7:21 am and last modified on February 11, 2017 7:46 am.