Victim: “I’m using Chrome in Windows 8, on opening chrome window it directly browses hao.ylmf. Would you please help me how to remove it?”
Have you ever encountered such issue? If so, your browser might be hijacked by hao.ylmf. Please never take it slightly. Through it is not a virus, it still put your PC in troubles.
Know More About Hao.ylmf.com (hao.ylmf)
Hao.ylmf.com (hao.ylmf) is an annoying unwanted site which is capable of affect all your popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Some adware take the advantage of Hao.ylmf.com to induce you to click on Hao.ylmf.com ads so as to gain profits. Continue reading
Victim: “Hello, I’ve got Online Shield alert for a Virus: Win32/Herz.
Object name: officecdn.microsoft.com.edgesuite.net/pr/492350f6-3a01-4f97-b9c0-c7c6ddf67d60/Office/Data/16.0.6741.2021/i321033.cab. Two times I did a total PC scan, but avg did not find anything. At the same time every day I have this alert. Could You please asist. Thanks.”
Brief Introduction of Win32/Herz?
Win32/Herz is categorized as a Trojan horse which often comes into a targeted computer by exploiting the vulnerabilities of the system. At the beginning, Win32/Herz may hide deeply in system files and keeps changing its folder name and path so that users may not notice the existence of Win32/Herz. So only when it is found out by antivirus programs, can you remove it from your computer. Continue reading
Browser homepage is replaced with bilisearch.com automatically? Webpage keep redirecting to other unknown websites? Cannot get the default browsers back? Keep reading and learn to solve such issues.
What is Bilisearch.com? Is it Legitimate?
Bilisearch.com is not a legitimate search site but classified as a browser hijacker that often comes bundled with other free programs without your knowledge. It seems has nothing suspicious, however, it does not provide relevant search outcomes and even bring you numerous troubles. Continue reading
“Pop-up message that the computer is blocked and I need to call a 1-855 number. What the heck is this? it is popping up on my computer and it won’t go away”
Victim: “After running a scan on AVG free I was prompted to restart my computer. When I loaded it back up, clicked on Google chrome I receive a message “Dear customer, A serious malfunction has been detected with windows 7 / server 2008 R2 7 and your chrome 49.0.2623.87. Please call the toll-free number (866) 523-6556.”
More Details of (866) 523-6556 Pop-up
(866) 523-6556 Pop-up is regarded as a tech support scam that is created by scammers to promote their paid services and products. If you keep receiving this (866) 523-6556 pop-up, it means that your computer is possible to be infected with an adware or potentially unwanted program without knowledge. If you can’t kick it out, your computer may be suffered. Continue reading
Recently, some computer users stated that they keep getting a warning pop-up with error message “Error Code 0x800610A3″ , and they were informed to call Microsoft.com. Is it genuine? How to stop such pop-up error code? Keep reading and you will get the answers.
More Details of Error Code 0x800610A3 Pop-up
Error Code 0x800610A3 pop-up is a bogus error message used by cyber criminals to scare inexperience computer users and trick them to buy their fake tech support services and rogue software. If you keep receiving this Error Code 0x800610A3 Pop-up while browsing online, it means that your system might be at risk. Continue reading
Know More About 1-877-550-1811 Pop-up
1-877-550-1811 is actually a bogus helpline usually display on the fake alert or fake warning popups. As the victims said, your computer has a virus and you must call 1-877-550-1811 for tech support. Most inexperience users may be cheated. However, it is a scam that deliver fake alert to trick you to call the given number and promote their paid support services or products. What causes the popup could be adware or PUPs installed in your computer. Continue reading
Know About BehavesLike.Win32.Tool.wc a.k.
BehavesLike.Win32.Tool.wc a.k. is actually classified as a Trojan horse which can infiltrate your PC silently and allows remote attacker to access your compromised computer. Many computer users have no idea that how the bug infiltrate the system. Usually, it may be sent to you by someone or carried by another program. And it may also get into your PC via unwanted downloads on infected websites or installed with other internet-driver application. And the BehavesLike.Win32.Tool.wc a.k. is really stubborn that can come back if you do not remove it completely. Continue reading
Victim: “Anyone know what PUP.Optional.TerraClicks.ShrtCln is? It was found in Preferences in Chrome Users Localdata by a malware scanner. I Googled it but can’t seem to find anything about it. “
What is PUP.Optional.TerraClicks.ShrtCln?
PUP.Optional.TerraClicks.ShrtCln is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program which displays intrusive advertising, or tracks the user’s Internet usage to sell information to advertisers, injects its own advertising into web pages that a user looks at and so on. It often includes no sign that they are installed. However, it may usually comes bundled with free programs without your knowledge. But the thing is that most users are not attentive to the installation process. Continue reading
Recently, computer threats are more and more rampant and they never stop to attack computers all around the world. And “online tech support scam” is one of them. How can they perform to trick computer users? Actually, they call, claiming to be computer techs associated with well-known companies like Microsoft. They say that they’ve detected viruses or other malware on your computer to trick you into giving them remote access or paying for software you don’t need. And the given phone numbers are totally bogus.
Here we give an active example to help you understand further about those bogus helpline infections. 1-844 788 4863 is now an active scam number that still ready to trick innocent users. There are some cases that the computers were entangled with warning pop-up with bogus helpline 844 788 4863, for example: Continue reading