Category Archives: Malware

Remove Wesker

How does Wesker virus act?

Wesker  The program blocks targeted system completely and doesn’t allow using any of the applications. It works to convince people about multiple infections found and then it offers removing threats for $49.95 or $79.95. Wesker is typical rogue anti-spyware. 2), etc. Of course, you should never pay the money because it will reach cyber criminals, not your local police office. We highly recommend ignoring this requirement.

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Remove Jack

How can Jack infect my computer?

If you see a warning informing that laws related to illegal distribution and usage of copyrighted content, for example, music, videos or films have been breached, that files related to child pornography were detected in this computer or it was used for Spam, it is very likely you are facing Jack. Although it must be manually installed, it uses misleading advertising to persuade users into downloading. In a sense, Jack is an improved version of Petya ransomware. In addition, it starts asking to pay the fine of 100 euro for unblocking it. Sounds great, but unfortunately this is not true.

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How to remove ChaCha?

ChaCha is a ransomware created using JavaScript. How does it act?

If your operating system suddenly crashes and you are introduced to a strange warning in blue screen via CMD, it is likely that ChaCha (also known as ChaCha Virus) has slithered in. However, those who live in other countries should also remember that there are many other versions of ransomwares that look similarly but have a different name and are spread in other world’s countries.  ChaCha, for one, promotes the rogue Zinaps Anti-Spyware. that you should buy its “full” version for getting ability to remove bad files, malicious programs and similar things from your computer, you should stop doing so because this program seeks the only thing – steal the money from its victims. greedy – requires $850 ransom per computer. This is just a method ChaCha uses to trick the user into purchasing it’s “licensed version”.

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Delete Zeropadypt

7ev3n-HONE$T virus: more damaging than before

Just like any other file-encrypting Zeropadypt, 777 ransomware locks victim’s files and asks to pay a ransom in exchange for a decryption software. is the name of a new ransomware that uses AEM encryption methods to lock files on users computers. Zeropadypt neither corrupts data stored on a computer nor steals user’s information, yet it is huge threat. However, many security experts have reported about Zeropadypt, which belongs to the category of malware. Once it gets inside the system, it locks the whole system down and disconnects its victim from the Internet connection. However, the payment system is owned by the creators of this malware threat or their partners, thus further loss of money is highly probable.

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Codnat Removal

Security experts about Codnat virus:

Codnat is a dangerous ransomware, which has to be eliminated without any delay. Like most rogue anti-spyware programs, this one relies on trojans as means of entering the system. however it never functions as one. This type of encryption distorts the data files in a way they cannot be read nor opened. Once run, the parasite performs a “scan” of your system and informs you of numerous “infections”. Usually it is $100, $200 or $300.

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Delete bat Ransomware

HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Unité Spéciale bat Ransomware?

bat Ransomware is a dangerous ransomware, which attacks PC users who live in USA. It is mostly distributed through Trojan viruses, so the users couldn’t detect its infiltration. Please check this list,you may find your solution. It also says that you have 4 days to pay and if you don’t, you will have to pay double, that is 1000 USD. Nevertheless, it is still a threat to Internet society since this ransomware manages to get the main job done (the encryption of files).

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Remove MegaCortex


MegaCortex is a dangerous ransomware that must be avoided no matter how trustworthy it looks. The program enters computers with a help of Trojan viruses that ensure the infiltration will be secret until finished. It may act as a separate threat or as an element of another ransomware. There are a number of programs which work in similar ways being created every day, so it seems that the activity of ransomware is at its peak. While messages are quite new (discovered by malware researcher Kafeine), the trojans used belong to old and well known Reveton family. This is the only way to remove FBI virus and MegaCortex  MegaCortexVirus is distributed via peer-to-peer software.

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Uninstall French101

How to prevent French101 virus infection?

If you are dealing with such message right now, you should know that they  It uses name of legitimate security tool in order to trick people and gain money. Once it gets there, it locks the whole desktop down and makes its victim look only at its fake alert claiming ‘Turk Polisi. If you see Tá do ríomhaire French101 ar shárú ar dhlíthe na tíre Éirinn on your computer‘s desktop, keep in mind that this is not a real alert that belongs to Irish police. It is known that 

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Remove WannaOof

What happens when Security Warning (WannaOof) related software hijacks your computer system?

We also recommend to get a better protection for your computer, so you would be able to prevent such application. As soon as it gets inside the PC system, it checks what is kept on it and blocks all files that have such extensions: Be sure that this virus is capable of encrypting videos, pictures and other files that are kept  Do not take WinWannaOof as Windows WannaOof and vice versa. Do not buy WannaOofWannaOof! Just like previous versions of this threat, it shows up on computer out of nowhere and reports about various e-crimes, such as the use of copyrighted content, distribution of malware and similar.

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Remove PyAesCrypt

What is PyAesCrypt ransomware? Why is it considered to be malicious?

#There are questions regarding “PyAesCrypt” virus we have already answered in the list below. The encrypted files, such as DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, JPG, PPT, etc. If you see it, it means that you have a deal with the browser-based ransomware, which seeks to scare you and make you pay an invented fine. Of course, this alert looks really tricky because it shows victim’s IP address, location, Windows version and may even hack the webcam and start showing what happens in the room. Of course, a number of users do as they are told, but there is no need to risk losing your money to malicious software creators.

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