OneSafe PC Cleaner belongs to the class of programs called "system optimizers". Such utilities have functionality similar to the wide-range of reputable PC cleaning programs like CCleaner, Advanced System Cleaner and others. However, OneSafe PC Cleaner intentionally shows exxagarated amount of problems on your computer or even false positives (issues, that don't even exist on your machine). If ignored, potentially unwanted program starts to display pop-ups on your desktop with haunting call to fix found issues. Of course, error solving is paid. Aside from that, users complain about uninstalling OneSafe PC Cleaner completely, as it leaves persistent module on their PCs after regular uninstall.
New instances of STOP Ransomware (DJVU Ransomware) continue to damage users files all over the world. This crypt-virus uses complex AES encryption algorithm to block users access to their data and extort a ransom of $490 or $980. New variations of extensions appeared in August, 2019, are: .londec, .krusop, .masok or .brusaf. Ransomware adds such suffixes to the end of encrypted files. If your files got such ending and are not accessible, it means your PC is infected with STOP Ransomware. Malware developers slightly modify the virus technically. As you can see from the message above hackers offer to decrypt 1 file for free and provide a "discount" if the user pays within the first 72 hours. However, those are, often, false promises and malefactors do not reply after receiving the payment. Luckily in some cases, your files can be decrypted. This can be possible if there was some internet connection loss or malfunction of hacker's servers during the encryption process. In this situation, STOP Ransomware uses an offline key, that can be calculated by a special tool called STOPDecrypter. Please, download it below, and read instructions on how to use it carefully.
Nvetud Ransomware, Zatrov Ransomware, Lotej Ransomware and Kovasoh Ransomware are devastating encryption viruses from the series of STOP Ransomware (DJVU Ransomware). They've got their names from .nvetud, .zatrov, .lotej or .kovasoh extensions, that ransomware adds to the end of encrypted files. From a technical point of view, the virus remains the same as previous versions. From this note, we can learn, that malefactors offer to decrypt 1 file for free and can provide a "discount" if the user pays fast (within first 72 hours). Our experience and reports from multiple victims show, that those are false promises. Hackers rarely reply back after receiving the payment. However, do not despair - there are cases when your files can be decrypted. If during encryption process there was some internet connection loss or malfunction of hacker's servers, STOP Ransomware uses an offline key, that can be retrieved by a special tool called STOPDecrypter. Please, download it below, and read instructions on how to use it carefully. If STOPDecrypter is unable to help you, you can try some alternative methods to restore your photos, documents, videos, etc.
Nelasod Ransomware, Prandel Ransomware, Cosakos Ransomware and Mogranos Ransomware are the subtypes of STOP Ransomware (or DJVU Ransomware) and has all the characteristics of this family of viruses. Malware blocks access to the data on victim's computers by encrypting it with AES encryption algorithm. STOP Ransomware is one of the longest living ransomware. First infections were registered in December 2017. STOP Ransomware is yet another generation of it and appends .cosakos, .prandel, .mogranos or .nelasod extensions to encrypted files. Following the encryption, the malware creates ransom note file: _readme.txt on the desktop and in the folders with encoded files. In this file, hackers provide information about decryption and contact details, such as e-mails: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and Telegram account: @datarestore. Good news is: there is a possibility for successful file decryption. However, several conditions should match. If affected PC was not connected to the internet, or malicious server, that generates keys was not accessible at the moment of infection there is a tool called STOPDecrypter, can decrypt files, encrypted by STOP Ransomware. We provide download link and instructions on how to use it below in the article.
Top Results is bothersome advertising application for Mac. It installs without user's consent and installs as a desktop app and browser extension for Safari, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. After installation adware may have an impact on browser search, modifying it to a third-party search engine. Top Results is also responsible for showing annoying ads in browsers in the form of pop-ups, banners, in-text ads, underlined words, drop-down menus. Often, such ads are signed as Powered by Top Results, Advertisements by Top Results, Brought to you by Top Results, Ads by Top Results or Ads powered by Top Results. Aside from injecting unwanted advertisements, adware collects browser's data and tracks the online activity of the users. This data may then be used for more targeted advertising and shared with online stores and ads-selling companies.