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How to remove Nile Ransomware and decrypt .nile files

New wave of STOP Ransomware infection continues with Nile Ransomware, that appends .nile extensions. Those extensions are added to encrypted files in the middle of August of 2019. This tricky virus uses the AES encryption algorithm to encode the user's important information. As a rule, Nile Ransomware attacks photos, videos, and documents - data, that people value. The malware developers extort ransom and promise to provide a decryption key in return. In the ransom note, we can see, that malefactors demand $980 (amount can be reduced if paid within the first 72 hours). Hackers offer victims to contact them via e-mails: and In most cases algorithms of Nile Ransomware are unbreakable. But virus code has its flaws. Particularly, if attacked PC lost internet connection during ransomware activity or hackers servers experienced some sort of malfunction, there are high chances to recover your files. In this case, Nile Ransomware generates an offline key, that can be retrieved by special decryption tool - STOPDecrypter.

How to remove

0 is a suspicious domain designed to generate traffic by sending a flurry of unwanted ads or banners. If you are being asked to allow push-notifications to solve Captcha, download a file, or any other action, this means that your browser is manipulated by adware. Adware-type programs alter certain values and create profiles to open at browser startup. Sometimes it is possible to visit such websites as a result of accidental redirects through shady ads or buttons hanging over web-pages. Programs that access browser settings, can spy on whatever you do in a browser. This means that your data can be gathered in the background mode and therefore sold to cybercriminals. is an intermediate website created for scam purposes, hence, we recommend you remove it by following our guidelines below.

How to remove search Enhanced by Google

Enhanced by Google is a label applied by many browser hijackers to their search engines. Usually, it can be met in browsers infected by one of the toolbars from the Mindspark family. There are hundreds of similar toolbars (browser extensions) with different names. The malware of this type (browser hijackers) invade browser settings and change them by adding a new search engine and shortcuts for quick access to preferred websites. Search queries redirected through this category of browser hijackers depict results from the original Google system. You should know that browser hijackers are considered as Potentially Unwanted Programs since they can collect personal data and use it in bad means. They also generate traffic from entered queries to earn additional cash. Thus, negative points definitely overweigh its advantages meaning that you should remove it from your PC to prevent confidential damage.

How to remove BrowserSync

BrowserSync is an unwanted extension that gets installed in your browser without consent. Its capabilities are ostensibly meant to ease up the shopping experience by analyzing the market and showing most juicy deals. Unfortunately, BrowserSync promotes sponsored products to earn additional money from generated clicks. Most legitimate extensions access browser settings to enable their features. Transparent policies and strong regulations by Google guarantee that your data will not be used badly. BrowserSync, however, hijacks your settings in order to generate redirects to suspicious websites, show shady ads and banners, or even collect personal information to share with cybercriminals. These changes may downgrade the performance of your browser and slow it down significantly. Thus, we recommend you to uninstall BrowserSync and learn more about protection tips in the article below.

How to remove CONTI Ransomware and decrypt .CONTI files

CONTI is a ransomware-type virus that encrypts user's data and keeps it locked until the ransom is paid. Some security experts indicate, that it can be a successor or Ryuk Ransomware. Whilst the encryption is being made, all files including photos, videos, documents, and other regular data will be altered with the new .CONTI extension. This means that the affected files will look like 1.mp4.CONTI or similarly depending on the original name. After this, successful encryption is followed up with a text file (CONTI_README.txt) that is dropped on the desktop of victims. For the moment, it is almost unreal to decrypt your files for free with the help of additional tools. If possible, you can restore your data from backup storage that was created before the infection. Either way, we recommend you to get rid of CONTI Ransomware to prevent further encryptions.

How to remove

0 is a legitimate alternative to many search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, and others. Unfortunately, some extortionists abuse it to generate unwanted content as well as redirects to suspicious domains. If your queries started being redirected through without consent, there is a chance that your browser is controlled by a browser hijacker - potentially unwanted program designed to modify browser settings in order to gain personal access and collect sensitive data to make earnings upon. Such changes can rise massive privacy issues and sometimes lead to additional infections. To get rid of unwanted redirects and clean up your system from suspicious applications, follow our instructions below.