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I think my computer must be attacked by this guard-search.com. I have Google on my browser, and it used to and always to be the default homepage. However, since last week, I found when I opened my browser, this strange website popped up every time. Firstly, I didn’t pay too much attention to it as […]Read more...
Well, I thought this search engine Worldwebfind.net should be as useful as Google search engine, but now I think I did a wrong decision. Now whatever I enter in the search box to look up, it doesn’t show me any correct result but just redirects me to unknown websites where tons of different ads always […]Read more...
PUP.ExtendedSetup virus attacked my computer after I clicked on a pop-up ads offering freeware to optimize computer. Once this adware program got installed in my computer, it messed my computer up terribly. I’ve launched both anti-virus programs to scan the whole system and delete all reported threats, but neither of them worked out the PUP […]Read more...
Well, let me explain this problem now. The other day, I updated an adobe flash player and then things on my computer were going crazy. Whatever websites I want to browse on Mozilla Firefox, a new tab always pops up whenever I click on a link. The tab has the name of the site I […]Read more...
Well. What is this bit-search.com? Every time when I run my browser, this website will pop up at once, and seems that I have to use it as the homepage and do some searching on its search engine. And my original default search engine and homepage is google, which has been gone. How does it […]Read more...
Austrian Polizei Ukash virus scam is the same as the police ransomware AFP virus scam, which locked computers to extort fines from the victims. You can learn about this virus and follow the instructions to remove it completely.
United States Courts virus is another ransomware variant of FBI Moneypak virus family. This virus scam scares the victims by popping up a court warning from United States Courts. Learn how to remove this United States Courts virus with YooSecurity.
Is your computer locked by Cheshire Police Authority virus? Cheshire Police Authority virus is another police ransomware virus pretending to be Police Central e-crime Unit of United Kingdom. Learn how to remove it completely with YooSecurity experts.
Locked by White Screen virus? White Screen virus is just another police ronsomware like the infamous FBI virus. It extorts Moneypak fines from victims by popping up "Your computer has been locked" warning. Remove White Screen virus with YooSecurity experts now.
Australian Federal Police Ukash virus (AFP Ukash Virus) is a fake ransomware trying to pretend they are the official Australian Federal Police and ask for $100 AUD to unlock your computer via Paysafecard.
Has your computer been locked by US Cyber Security Moneypak virus and you couldn't do anything on your computer? This guide will show you how to remove this United States Cyber Security virus and allow you to unlock your computer completely.
Interpol Department of Cybercrime virus is another fake Britain police warning that coaxes you into paying. It is a fake warning and the removal on this virus should be done immediately to avoid further compromises.
Police Cybercrime Investigation Department virus is a Reveton Ransomware variant targeting the user's computers located in Canada. Learn how to remove this ransomware completely, protect your computer from other threats and keep it virus free.
Metropolitan Police (PCEU) virus extorts £100 fine for unblocking the locked victim's computer in Britain via the pre-paid payment services Ukash and Paysafecard. Please don't pay any fees or give out any personal information. You can contact YooSecurity professionals for malware removal or try to remove it by following this guide.
Is your computer being hijacked and locked by the lockdown virus pretending to be FBI officials and asking you to pay $100 fine via Moneypak to unlock your computer? Is your computer locked and blocked by the FBI Moneypak virus and the FBI virus scam like Your Computer has been locked! virus, FBI Online Agent virus, International Cyber Security Protection Alliance virus, FBI Paypal virus and FBI MoneyGram virus? Learn how to remove the FBI Moneypak virus (a.k.a FBI virus) with YooSecurity.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Ukash virus is a virus scam locking computer and asking for $100 Canadian dollars by popping up the "Your computer has been locked" message. This virus must be removed immediately to avoid further computer compromises. Learn how to remove it with YooSecurity experts.