Monthly Archive: April 2015

Alpha Crypt

How to remove Alpha Crypt (Virus Removal Guide)

Alpha Crypt (Alpha Crypt virus, AlphaCrypt) is a new variant of TeslaCrypt ransomware that has recently been released. Alpha Crypt ransomware has a few differences from the original TeslaCrypt virus, including the process it uses to encrypt personal files. Alpha Crypt ransomware, like most ransomware, will infect a computer system, encrypt files on the computer, and demand a ransom using online currencies, such as BitCoin to obtain a private generated key and recover the files it encrypted.

CasinoRewards virus

How to remove CasinoRewards (Virus Removal Guide)

CasinoRewards (also referred to as CasinoRewards virus, Casino Rewards) is advertisement-supported freeware that generates pop-up advertisements across Google’s Chromium browser, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari internet browsers. CasinoRewards is actively included in the potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware categories of computer threats. The adware serves pop-up and targeted advertisements on the webpages that you visit that usually say “Ads by CasinoRewards” on them.

PayYou virus

How to remove PayYou (Virus Removal Guide)

If you see ads by PayYou while you browse the web your computer has contracted a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware that serves pop-up and targeted advertisements. In some cases, this adware may utilize or be utilized by multiple third-party unwanted programs. PayYou adware affects Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari and will generate advertisements that usually say “Ads by PayYou” on them.

Fun4Us virus

How to remove Fun4Us (Virus Removal Guide)

Fun4Us (Fun4Us virus) is adware and a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that serves deceptive advertisements on the webpages you visit. Fun4Us adware genearates pop-up, pop-under, and in-text style ads on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. Advertisements displayed by Fun4Us will usually say “Ads by Fun4Us” on them.

Ad Blaster virus

How to remove Ad Blaster (Virus Removal Guide)

Ad Blaster (Ad Blaster virus, AdBlaster) is freeware that is detected as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware by reputable Antivirus programs. Ad Blaster is known to serve pop-up and targeted advertisements across Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. Advertisements this adware generates usually say something similar to “Ads by Ad Blaster” on them.

GlobeGator virus

How to remove GlobeGator (Virus Removal Guide)

GlobeGator by StarGlobe (GlobeGator virus, Globe Gator) is detected as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware by Antivirus engines and vendors. GlobeGator adware produces pop-up and targeted advertisements across Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. Ads by GlobeGator adware commonly say “Ads by GlobeGator” or something similar on them.

DealEXpress virus

How to remove DealEXpress (Virus Removal Guide)

DealEXpress (DealEXpress virus, Deal EXpress) is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware that serves pop-up and targeted advertisements on the webpages that you visit. DealEXpress adware affects Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari and will generate advertisements that usually say “Ads by DealEXpress” on them.

HeroCodec virus

How to remove HeroCodec (Virus Removal Guide)

HeroCodec (HeroCodec virus, Hero Codec) is included in the potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware definitions by reputable Antivirus engines. HeroCodec is a free ad-supported media codec that serves pop-up and targeted advertisements across Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. Ads by HeroCodec adware will often say “Ads by HeroCodec” or something similar on them.

Crypt0L0cker

How to remove Crypt0L0cker (Virus Removal Guide)

A new version of TorrentLocker ransomware called Crypt0L0cker (Crypt0L0cker virus) has recently been released near the end of April in European and Asian countries, as well as Australia. Crypt0L0cker ransomware is Geo-Locked so that it will not infect US based computers. Crypt0L0cker ransomware, like most ransomware, will infect a computer system, encrypt personal files, and demand a fine using online currencies, such as BitCoin to recover encrypted files.

Software Updater for Chrome

How to remove Software Updater for Chrome (Virus Removal Guide)

Software Updater for Chrome (also known as Software Updater for Chrome virus, Chrome Updater) is detected as generic malware and adware that is usually promoted through a series of deceptive and dishonest advertisements. Once Software Updater for Chrome adware has been contracted internet users will notice immediate changes to their browser homepages and search engines, and will become bombarded by pop-up advertisements.

websearch.eazytosearch.info virus

How to remove websearch.eazytosearch.info (Virus Removal Guide)

websearch.eazytosearch.info is a questionable ‘search’ website associated with potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and browser hijackers that usually access a computer system without user knowledge and take control of an affected internet browser. Once internet browsers have been corrupted internet users will notice unwanted browser redirects to the websearch.eazytosearch.info search engine every time they open a new browser window, open a new browser tab, or search the web using the browser address or browser omni bar.

Fun Shopper virus

How to remove Fun Shopper (Virus Removal Guide)

Fun Shopper (Fun Shopper virus, FunShopper) is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware that serves pop-up and targeted advertisements across Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. Ads by Fun Shopper adware will often say “Ads by Fun Shopper” or something similar on them.