Trueclickads.net is an adware that comes to your computer in the form of an extension to the browser. Trueclickads.net can hijack the popular browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. The main objective in Trueclickads.net – is to promote the products and services of partner sites and companies.
Tutorials that will show how to uninstall this or that program and its leftover items.
Shade is a ransomware that is very similar to Wildfire, Hades Locker, CryptFIle2 (or CryptMix) and MarsJoke (or JokeFromMars). Once Shade ransomware has infected your computer, it encrypts various data. After finishing encrypting process, this ransomware adds .no_more_ransom extension (what an irony) to the name of all the encrypted files. It will create a text note named nomoreransom_note_original.txt / YourID.txt / hacked.txt in each folder with the encrypted data and on your desktop.
There are two features of this ransomware that differs it from other ransomware programs. First, it’s the fee for decrypting files. 30$ is rather smaller ransom in opposition to 500-1000$ (usually ransomware developers demand this amount of money).
Hp.myway.com – it is fake search page that comes to the computer bundled with freeware’s installers and downloaders, without user consent. Hp.myway.com looks like an ordinary search engine, but in reality, this hijacker is very annoying and brings a lot of problems.
Ufirstpage.com is fake search engine (homepage) that comes on your PC without yours consent. Ufirstpage.com hijacks your browser, it can modify the browser settings, change default homepage and search engine. Ufirstpage.com also can modify the search results and redirect user to ad sites.
amuleC – an extension for the browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer), that is one of the potentially unwanted software. amuleC comes bundled with freeware without user consent, via its downloaders and installers. After coming to a computer, amuleC displays a huge amount of publicity.