Virus Removal, also known as Awesomehp virus, is a dangerous redirection virus and browser hijacker that changes your browser homepage, default search engine and causes browsing redirects.

Awesomehp virus

Once installed, modifies your internet settings and hijacks main browsers, such as Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. That results in continuous annoying redirections to domain

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CryptoLocker Virus Removal

CryptoLocker is an extremely malicious program categorized as ransomware. Once it infiltrates the computer it encrypts the data stored on the hard drive and demands ransom from the owners of the infected PCs. According to the developers of the CryptoLocker, paying the ransom is the only solution if the users want to regain access to the stored data. The amount of money, which has to be transferred, might vary from 500$ to $1500.


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CryptoLocker Brings Ransomware to the Next Level

There are a lot of malicious programs categorized as ransomware, but CryptoLocker stands out of them as one of the most dangerous. The working principles of CryptoLocker are very similar to its analogs. It infects the PC and restricts access to the stored data by encrypting the files, and if the victim wants to restore the access, he/she has to pay the ransom. A lot of the developers of ransomware implicate this type of scheme. Unfortunately, the creators of CryptoLocker took one additional step. They improved the strategy; As a result, once the computer is infected the victims only have 72 hours to pay the ransom which might vary from 100USD to 500USD. If the requested funds are not transferred in the given time, the locked files will be deleted.

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ZeroAccess Botnet Down, But Not for Long

Last week saw major changes in the attempts to destroy a giant botnet called “ZeroAccess”. Microsoft and Europe’s authorities have joined forces believing that this collaboration will significantly increase the chances of success. Currently the botnet has a pool of more than 2 million computers. Law enforcement units, which specialize in cybercrime from Latvia, Switzerland, Germany and Holland as well as the Europol’s European Cybercrime Center (EC3) are the most active participants among the government authorities. The interest from Latvian, Swiss, German and Dutch authorities can be explained by the fact that these nations hosted a lot of the servers which were used to control the botnet.

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AntiVirus Plus 2014 Removal Guide

AntiVirus Plus 2014 is a rogue antivirus program. It doesn‘t protect your PC. In fact,  the program itself is a threat to your safety. From the first system scan,  AntiVirus Plus 2014 will start providing false scan reports. The fake antivirus program will claim that the computer is filled with various malware, and as a result, the only solution is to buy the full version of the program. Although these claims may seem believable, users should be aware that scan results presented by AntiVirus Plus 2014 are completely false as it is a malicious program itself.

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$100M Bitcoin Heist

The users of Bitcoin have encountered new issues. We all remember the release of Bitcoin mining malware and Bitcoin malware which caused a lot of fuss among the users of this digital currency. But those are minor events in comparison to the things that happened last week. Astonishing amount of Bitcoins, 96,000 to be exact, vanished from the Sheep Marketplace. Currently the value of Bitcoin is very unstable. The exchange rate is swinging up and down; for example just couple of weeks ago the value of Bitcoin managed to drop from 1,203 USD per coin to 200 USD in one weekend. Currently a single coin is worth 1,102 USD; as a result, more than $100 million worth damage was done.

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Constant redirecting to webpage is a clear sign that your computer is infected with NationZoom redirect malware. It is a malicious program which causes problems to a lot of users. This article was written in order to explain the nature of the redirect virus. Furthermore, useful removal tips are provided below.

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CryptoLocker Accepts Bitcoin Payment

CryptoLocker has recently become one of a few ransomware families which offer Bitcoin as a payment method to its victims. Security expert at AlienVault, Alberto Ortega, has recently released a report concerning these events. He stated that Bitcoin is the latest inclusion to the list of payment systems, which are used by CryptoLocker. As a result, the 300 USD ransom can be paid using not only cashU, Ukash or MoneyPak but also Bitcoin.

Most of the ransomware use similar tactics. These programs lock the infected computers or encrypt the data which is stored on the HDD. Then the victims are offered to pay a ransom if they want to regain access to their PC and their data. Unfortunately, if the money transaction is made there is still no guarantee that the computer or the data will become accessible. That’s why security experts do not recommend paying the ransom, no matter what type of ransomware has infected the PC. Seeking for appropriate antivirus product, or removing the malware manually, are the best solutions to this kind of problems.

Continue reading Removal (Uninstall Guide) is a dangerous redirection virus and browser hijacker that changes your browser homepage, default search engine and causes browsing redirects.

Aartemis hijacker

Once installed, modifies your DNS settings and hijacks main browsers, such as Google Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer. That results in continuous redirections to domain

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