How to remove Dipladoks.org (Newsgmae.pro) on computer startup

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Dipladoks.org is annoying advertising website, that opens in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Edge on Windows startup. It will then redirect browser to Newsgmae.pro or Gmaegames.pro websites, filled with obscene ads and banners with adult content, casino ads, pop-ups and self-playing videos. This is made by virus, classified as browser hijacker. It sets up Dipladoks.org to open in startup using standard Windows services and Command Prompt, and hijacks browser shortcuts. As a result, unwanted website will open on every Windows startup and every browser launch. We recommend you to remove Dipladoks.org, using special removal tool or fix it manually with our precise instructions.

How to remove Deceptive Website Warning from Safari (Mac)

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If you receive Deceptive Website Warning pop-up, that looks like on the first picture below, in Safari, when visiting well-known, reputable websites, searching in Google, Yahoo or Bing, it means your browser or computer is infected. On this page you will learn how to deal with this problem. If you are sure, that you were able to visit websites, where you now see “Deceptive Website Warning” pop-up, earlier, or you get it on websites like Google.com, Facebook.com, Amazon.com and others, go on reading this article. Here we give detailed tutorial to remove virus, that causes scam messages in Safari in Mac, including “Deceptive Website Warning”.

How to remove Dharma-KARLS Ransomware and decrypt .KARLS files

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Dharma-KARLS Ransomware is new virulent file-encryption threat, built on well-known platform of Crysis-Dharma-Cezar ransomware family. Unlike other variations, this version adds .KARLS extension to encrypted files. Actually, Dharma-KARLS Ransomware creates complicated appendix, that consists of unique user id, developer’s e-mail address and .KARLS suffix, from which it got its name. The template of filename modification looks like this: file called 1.doc will be converted to 1.doc.id-{8-digit-id}.[{email-address}].KARLS. Authors of Dharma-KARLS Ransomware can extort from $500 to $5000 ransom in BTC (BitCoins) for decryption. Using cryptocurrency and TOR-hosted payment websites makes it impossible to track the payee. Besides, victims of such viruses often get scammed, and malefactors don’t send any keys even after paying the ransom. Unfortunately, manual or automatic decryption is impossible unless ransomware was developed with mistakes or has certain execution errors, flaws or vulnerabilities.

How to remove Thursailso.com ads

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Thursailso.com is infected website, that may show ads, pop-ups, tech support scams in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Edge, Internet Explorer browsers, running on Windows, Mac or Android. It is one of those unreliable domains, that are used to deliver notifications on user’s desktops. The Thursailso.com site will show Press Allow to watch the video text box, offering users to subscribe to notifications from this site. If person clicks on the Allow button, then users will start getting unwanted pop-up ads from Thursailso.com directly on the desktop even when browser is closed.

How to remove Obfuscated Ransomware and decrypt .obfuscated files

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Obfuscated Ransomware (BigBobRoss Ransomware) is dangerous encryption virus, that uses AES-128 encryption algorithm to cipher user’s files. After successful encryption it appends .obfuscated extension (latest versions also add prefix [id={8-digit-code}]). Obfuscated Ransomware creates ransom note called Read me.txt, and puts it on the desktop and in the folders with encoded data. It also modifies desktop wallpaper, placing text on white background. Malefactors allow to decrypt 1 files under 1 Mb of size for free, as a proof of operability. Obfuscated Ransomware attacks sensible files, such as photos, videos, documents, databases, etc. Virus focuses on English-speaking users, which does not prevent spread throughout the world. The first victims are from Moldova. It is currently unknown, how much they want for decryption. Of course, we do not to pay the ransom, as there are many cases when hackers don’t send master keys or decryptors. There is still a chance decryption tool will be released by antivirus companies or security enthusiasts.

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