BTCWare Ransomware is a big family of ransomware, the successor of Crptxxx Ransomware. Latest versions of BTCWare use AES-192 encryption. This malware encrypts most types of documents, music, photos in user folders and adds various extensions to encrypted files. Originally it was .btcware suffix. Latest version use .cryptobyte, .cryptowin and .theva extensions.
Amnesia Ransomware is another ransomware virus, that encrypts documents, photos, music and other types of personal user files. Virus was written in Delphi programming language. Earlier versions of Amnesia use AES-256 encryption, latest versions use AES-128. After encryption most variants of Amnesia append .amnesia or .TRMT extensions to affected files.
We-re-almost-there.com is a fraud site that redirects the user to ad-sites lousy with pop-ups. Pop-ups informing about the infected computer or browser, offering to update flash player and much other false information. Further action may lead to infection of your computer with malware of various kinds.
Go.doaffiliate.net is one of the adware coming in the form of a browser extension. Adware delivers a lot of problems during browsing, constantly opening new tabs and then redirecting the user to dubious third-party sites. These sites can contain a lot of unwanted software and malware.
Saerch.net – fake browser search page hijacking Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer. Saerch.net looks like an ordinary search engine, such as Google, Bing, Yahoo. According to developers, this search engine enhances the browsing experience, eliminates irrelevant search results and much more.