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How to remove Auto Speedup 2018

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Auto Speedup 2018 is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program meant to enhance your system performance. The software provides a number of features able to scan your PC for malware and numerous other system issues. This, therefore, should give your system an extra boost to performance. Auto Speedup 2018 is free of charge until you start fixing the detected errors. As soon as you hit the "Fix" button, the performance utility will prompt users with a message to purchase the full version. This is necessary to run the full deletion of problems located by Auto Speedup 2018. Of course, it is quite common to see legitimate and trusted utilities offer paid or trial solutions after detecting the problems. However, Auto Speedup 2018 is barely good in its efficiency. Many experts doubt its potential to find and kill truly malicious or redundant files, which could result in better system performance. The list of threats is likely to be fake or non-existent. This is why you should remove Auto Speedup 2018 from your computer. If you want to spend your money on decent PC-optimizing utilities, better give your choice in favor of famous and already tested programs like CleanMyPC, IObit, or similar software within this category. To get rid of Auto Speedup 2018, follow our tutorial below.

How to remove Aeur Ransomware and decrypt .aeur files

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Mmpa Ransomware is a large family of encryption viruses with over than year history. It has undergone multiple visual and technical modifications during the time. This article will describe the peculiar properties of the latest versions of this malware. Since the middle of October, 2020, STOP Ransomware started to add following extensions to encrypted files: .mmpa. And after the name of the extension, it is called "Mmpa Ransomware". Virus modifies the "hosts" file to block Windows updates, antivirus programs, and sites related to security news. The process of infection also looks like installing Windows updates, the malware generates a fake window and progress bar for this. This version of STOP Ransomware now uses following e-mail addresses: helpmanager@mail.ch and restoremanager@airmail.cc. STOP Ransomware creates ransom note file _readme.txt. The cost of decryption of files encrypted by Mmpa Ransomware is $980 (or for $490, if the ransom is paid within 72 hours). Hackers should send a special decryption tool, that will decode affected files. However, we must warn the victims, that malefactors often don't keep promises, and don't send the decoder. We recommend you to remove the active infection of Mmpa Ransomware and use decryption tools available. STOP Djvu Decryptor is capable of decryption of .mmpa files.

How to remove Captchadecode.com

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Captchadecode.com is a malicious domain that can let cybercriminals hijack your data. If you get tricked into clicking on the "Allow" button to enable push notifications, then your desktop will be overwhelmed with low-quality ads that may be malicious or somesuch. Those advertisements can be shown even if the browser window is closed, and appear in the left or right bottom corner of the desktop screen. Of course, you can remove these push notifications from the list in browser settings, however, sometimes the matter may lurk in adware that might be installed on your system. If you see Captchadecode.com at the browser setup, that is exactly the ring of adware presence. To get rid of it, feel free to follow our instructions listed down below.

How to remove JanusLocker Ransomware and decrypt .HACKED files

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Being part of the ByteLocker family, JanusLocker is a ransomware infection that blocks access to files stored on a system. By doing so, developers blackmail victims into paying a so-called ransom in exchange for the data. Both payment and decryption instructions are located inside of a text note, which is created after all files end up encrypted. JanusLocker assigns the .HACKED extension to each file piece. For instance, 1.pdf or any other file attacked on your PC will change to 1.pdf.HACKED and become no longer accessible. It is written that all-important data has been encrypted using AES-256 algorithms. To erase the appended cipher, users are guided to pay for unique decryption software. The software price equals roughly 0.018 BTC, which is about 618 USD at the moment of writing this article. After users complete the money transfer through the attached crypto address, they should notify cyber criminals with their transaction ID using e-mail (TwoHearts911@protonmail.com). Soon afterward, users should get the promised decryption tools purchased from cybercriminals. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Many ransomware developers fool their victims even after receiving the payment. This is why trusting JanusLocker by monetary means is quite a huge risk.

How to remove Push-news.org

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Push-news.org is classified as a malicious website that promotes tenacious ads. The website achieves its goal after users allow fake push-notifications. Such action is claimed to be necessary for bypassing Captcha or watching a video. In reality, it is simply meant to deliver a jet of potentially unwanted or even dangerous ads right on your desktop. As a rule, pages like Push-news.org are visited inadvertently after clicking on dubious banners or due to potentially unwanted applications that might be installed on your system to open such pages each time at browser startup. Potentially unwanted programs are very annoying and cunning in terms of their operation. They secretly gather users' data like passwords, IP addresses, geolocations and sell it on platforms similar to the darknet. Ads promoted by resources like Push-news.org may seem innocent and even useful, however, they usually contain malicious redirects to numerous websites aiming to spread other infections. Thus, there are many obvious reasons why you should get rid of the Push-news.org redirect from your computer. To do this, follow our free guide removal below.

How to remove BiggyLocker Ransomware and decrypt .$big$ files

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BiggyLocker is a ransomware-type virus that makes most files stored on a system totally inaccessible. This process is more known as data encryption. It involves strong AES and RSA algorithms meant to assign military-grade ciphers, which make self-decryption next to impossible. Alike other malware of this type, BiggyLocker assigns the .$big$ to each encrypted piece of data. For instance, a file like 1.pdf will be changed to 1.pdf.$big$ and reset its original icon. Then, as soon as this part of encryption is done, the virus moves on to creating a text note called read_me.txt. It is dropped on a desktop and contains ransom instructions. As developers claim, it is impossible to recover the blocked files without their help. To do this, victims are requested to pay for the social decryption software held by cybercriminals themselves. The price for such is 120$ to be transferred in Bitcoin. Once victims have paid the demanded ransom via the crypto address, they should therefore contact extortionists using their e-mail address (cyberlock06@protonmail.com). After this, victims should supposedly get the promised decryption tools to regain access to their data.