How to bypass (remove) ‘Your iPhone Has Been Locked’ Scam

July 6, 2018 Tim Kas 0

“Your iPhone Has Been Locked”, as well as “Dear user, congratulations” is a fake alert, cyclically showing fake information predominantly on Mac or iPhone browsers: Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox and others. Cybercriminals claims, that user has been violated with some law articles for watching and viewing some porn contents. They give an email address which looks like FBI contacts. In fact, it is fake information. Cybercriminals demand a payment for a fine of $300.

How to uninstall (remove) Red Shell spyware

July 5, 2018 Tim Kas 1

Red Shell is a spyware virus. It developed to illustrate what channels generate the most traffic for game sales, to help with choosing advertising methods. Usually, it can redirect every browser or game to third party sites or shows pop-ups with different commercial information without user contest. Moreover, Red shell can lock the screen by ads banners every hour while the user tries to open popular sites, such as Facebook, Instagram, Steam etc. Several players found Red Shell in The Elder Scrolls Online, Conan Exiles, a few of Sega’s Total War games, Civilization 6, Dead by Daylight installers.

How to uninstall (remove) LokiBot

June 7, 2018 Rami Douafi 0

LokiBot is a keylogger, aimed at stealing personal data by reading all the keystrokes. In this way, it can get data such as passwords for accounts, data to enter an online bank, your payment information and so on. A feature of this keylogger is that it can display pop-ups that contain information about banking transactions or need to run an online banking application.

How to uninstall (remove) 64Kilences.exe CPU Miner

May 24, 2018 Rami Douafi 0

Recently, 64Kilences.exe CPU Miner infects computers of many users. This is one of the malicious programs, classified as Trojan. This virus is aimed at collecting user information. For example, 64Kilences.exe CPU Miner steals data about saved passwords, information on your credit cards, analyzes the history of browsing and activity on the network and so on.

How to uninstall (remove) Relieve Stress Paint

May 8, 2018 Rami Douafi 0

Relieve Stress Paint – an annoying adware getting into your PC as an extension for the browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox). According to the developers, it is a free software aimed at the removal of members of stress, but it conceals a trojan in itself.