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How to Remove FEFG Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

FEFG is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.fefg” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the FEFG ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Ransomware

How to Remove DFWE Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

DFWE is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.dfwe” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the DFWE ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Ransomware

How to Remove HRUU Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

HRUU is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.hruu” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the HRUU ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Ransomware

How to Remove ERRZ Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

ERRZ is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.errz” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the ERRZ ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Ransomware

How to Remove KRUU Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

KRUU is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.kruu” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the KRUU ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Ransomware

How to Remove BYYA Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

BYYA is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.byya” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the BYYA ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Ransomware

How to Remove IFLA Ransomware (Virus Removal Guide)

IFLA is a file-encrypting ransomware infection that restricts access to data (documents, images, videos) by encrypting files with the “.ifla” extension. This guide teaches you how to remove the IFLA ransomware virus by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Adware

Remove “Chrome is severely damaged by 13 Malware” Fake Alerts

The “WARNING! Your Chrome is severely damaged by 13 Malware!” page is a scam that pretends to be from Google Security to trick you into subscribing to push notifications or installing malicious programs. This guide teaches you how to remove “Your Chrome is severely damaged by 13 Malware” scam for free by following step-by-step instructions.

Bing Search Virus

Browser Hijackers

How to Remove Bing Search from Windows, Mac and Android

Bing Search is a legitimate search engine developed by Microsoft, however, there are plenty of browser hijackers that will redirect the user’s search queries to bing.com without their consent. This guide teaches you how to remove Bing Search redirect for free by following easy step-by-step instructions.

You've made the 5-billionth search Scam

Scams

How to Remove “You’ve Made The 5-Billionth Search” Fake Survey

The “You’ve made the 5-billionth search” page is a browser-based scam that pretends to be from Google, then asks you to complete a survey to win a tech prize (Samsung Galaxy, MacBook Pro, iPhone). If you complete this survey, in the end, you’ll be either asked to enter personal information such as credit card details, email, home address or subscribe to unneeded paid services.
This guide teaches you how to remove the “You’ve Made The 5-Billionth Search” Fake Survey by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Adware

How to Remove Malware from Firefox – Windows, Mac and Android

When Firefox is infected with malware, your homepage or search engine might change without your consent, or you’ll see pop-up ads and unwanted advertisements not originating from the sites you are browsing. This guide teaches you how to remove all types of malware from the Firefox browser by following easy step-by-step instructions.

Google Chrome Ads

Adware

How to Remove Malware from Chrome – Windows, Mac and Android

When Chrome is infected with malware, your homepage or search engine might change without your consent, or you’ll see pop-up ads and unwanted advertisements not originating from the sites you are browsing. This guide teaches you how to remove all types of malware from the Chrome browser by following easy step-by-step instructions.

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Adware

Remove the Adobe Flash Player Update scam (Virus Removal Guide)

The Adobe Flash Player Update fake error message is a scam that is shown to trick you into thinking that you need to install an update for Adobe Flash Player. It does this to scare you into downloading an update manager that will install adware and browser hijackers on your computer.
This guide teaches you how to remove the “Adobe Flash Player Update” browser hijacker for free by following easy step-by-step instructions.

Search.Yahoo.com virus

Browser Hijackers

How to Remove Search.Yahoo.com Redirect (Virus Removal Guide)

Yahoo Search is a legitimate search engine, however, there are plenty of browser hijackers which will redirect the user’s search queries to search.yahoo.com. This guide teaches you how to remove Search.yahoo.com browser hijacker for free by following easy step-by-step instructions.

Bing.com Virus

Browser Hijackers

How to Remove Bing.com Redirect (Virus Removal Guide)

Bing is a legitimate search engine, however, there are plenty of browser hijackers which will redirect the user’s search queries to bing.com. This guide teaches you how to remove Bing.com redirect for free by following easy step-by-step instructions.

Scams

“Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you” Email Scam

This email is a scam to try and scare you into paying the ransom. If you have received the “Unfortunately, there are some bad news for you” email, we recommend deleting it and under no circumstances send any money to these cybercriminals.

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Adware

Remove Growvideo.biz Pop-up Ads (Virus Removal Guide)

Growvideo.biz is a malicious site that displays fake messages to trick you into subscribing to its spam push notifications. This guide teaches you how to remove Growvideo.biz pop-up ads for free by following easy step-by-step instructions.