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It seems that Facebook Messenger virus has just become active again: http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-facebook-virus.html
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Yahoo is a popular search engine that can be used as a default search engine. However, the majority of cyber security professionals are worried about the fact that it has been actively spread with the help of bundling.

Despite its initial popularity which helped it become the main competitor of Google, Yahoo has also been involved to a questionable distribution scheme which is closely related to potentially unwanted programs. As a result, people started looking for information on "how to remove Yahoo redirect virus". Technically, it is not, but you should still read the following guide on how to prevent it from infiltrating your computer without an appropriate permission.
http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-search-yahoo-com-redirect.html
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We should warn you about Aleta ransomware, which is considered the newest version of BTCWare. If you have become a victim of ransomware attack, you should NOT collaborate with the criminals. You can’t be sure whether the criminals are going unlock your PC or simply vanish with your money and your hope for recovering your files. It is always a better option to remove the ransomware and wait for alternative data recovery keys to be invented.

When it comes to the distribution, it has already been confirmed that Aleta does not employ the Eternal Blue tool which was actively used by WannaCry and Petya. More than that, malware relies on spam and various system vulnerabilities to get inside systems.

Aleta virus is spreading rapidly now and, at the moment, there is no way to stop it. Home users, businesses, and institutions are advised to secure their computers networks, upgrade expired and no longer supported Windows versions to the latest ones and backup their data.
http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-aleta-ransomware-virus.html

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Important news for Linux users! New and dangerous ransomware called Erebus is currently on a rampage and has already encrypted files on more than 3,400 computers in South Korea.
The virus has specifically targeted one web-hosting agency called NAYANA and affected 153 of its Linux-based networks. The virus used a top-notch RSA-2048 algorithm to encrypt 433 types of files, adding .ecrypt extensions to each document affected. The criminals demanded a hefty 550 Bitcoin ransom for the data recovery but then agreed with 397.6 bitcoins (around $1.01 million) payment. It is believed that this is the biggest ransom made to ransomware developers by the victim.
http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-erebus-ransomware-virus.html
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It seems that hackers are not willing to stop - to keep the number of their victims stable, they keep improving each day. Fileless malware has become a real thing, as well as ransomware-as-a-service. However, before using these viruses to increase their income, hackers firstly need to install the malicious executable on victim's computer. One of the main methods used to do that still relies on spam.
Beware that the latest techniques used by hackers are really impressive. First of all, victim receives an email that seems to contain a PDF attachment. In reality, it hides the image file which, once clicked, launches a new tab in the browser. The newly-opened window seems like Gmail's login window which pushes the victim to enter his/hers credentials. Of course, as soon as victim enters the sign-in details, hackers get the access to victim's contacts. Additionally, they waste no time and sign in into victim's account and use the contact list to spread the malicious attachment. Beware that this technique can be used for spreading Cerber, Cryptolocker, Hakuna Matata or any other ransomware. Hakuna Martata is the latest ransomware which is actively trying to infect PC users. If you haven't heard about this virus yet, read the following guide: http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-hakunamatata-ransomware-virus.html
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Samas ransomware is not new to cyber community - it was introduced back in 2016. However, it has never been as active as it is now. According to the latest news, its developers have been actively trying to affect home users, companies, and even government organizations. Of course, the target is selected depending on how much profit he or she could bring to criminals. The most important feature of Samas virus is that it is capable of affecting the whole network. Because of it, the only employee can lead the whole organization to danger.

Samas has already generated more than 450000 USD to its developers. Rumor says that soon this virus will become RaaS what means that each hacker, who wants to spread this virus, will get ability to join the gang. Make sure you're careful enough while browsing the Internet to avoid Samas ransomware. A detailed prevention guide and removal steps are provided here: http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-samas-ransomware.html
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More and more people have been informing us about Motious.com virus. It seems that this malicious search engine is using a legitimate download manager to get into victims' systems undetected. While we can't give you the name of this program which has been actively used to promote Motious virus, make sure you are very careful with every freeware you download to your computer. You need to check every installation window if you want to find checkmarks offering you to change your homepage or the default search engine.
Besides, it might be that you decided to ignore Motious.com hijack on your computer because it claims that its search is related to Google. If you are the one who did that, you should know that you are dealing with the browser hijacker. It fills Google's search results with sponsored links and similar content to reroute users to sponsored websites. How could these redirect be dangerous? The guide below will explain you that:
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Do you know what does the term "social engineering" mean? Today it has become a very popular way to transfer ransomware viruses to people's computers. Make sure you keep this term in your mind the next time you receive the Facebook message saying "Is that you in this photo?"
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Spora ransomware has already been named the most sophisticated virus and the best-run malware of 2017. Unfortunately, there is no way that it will stop spreading in the nearest future because its developers have already announced about the 2.0 version coming up. They claim that it will be aimed at other operating systems. Could this be Mac OS X or Android OS? We will see.
When discussing the prevention of Spora, we must exclude a new technique used by its developers. According to the latest reports, they have started infecting websites with "The HoeflerText font wasn’t found" alert claiming that user has to download the "Chrome Font Pack" in order to see web page’s content correctly. Please, do NOT install this font pack on your computer because it is the installer of Spora ransomware. As soon as it adds close.js JavaScript file in the Temp folder, it starts the encryption of victim's files. If you have already found Spora on your computer, please, follow this guide to remove it from the system.
http://www.2-spyware.com/remove-spora-ransomware-virus.html
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Decrypters for HiddenTear, Jigsaw, Stampado and Philadelphia have just been released! We should all thank to security experts who are working hard to help people avoid ransoms that are asked by almost every ransomware.
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