Coos ransomware removal

Coos ransomware aims to encrypt your files and take them for hostage until you agree to pay a ransom. This ransomware is part of the notorious Djvu/STOP ransomware family, which is responsible for releasing more than two hundred ransomware versions.

What is the Torpig virus

Torpig Virus refers to a trojan that focuses on stealing personal and corporate data, including bank account information. Referred to as one of the most sophisticated trojans ever created, Torpig has been active since 2005.

Snapchat virus 2021 – how to remove

Snapchat virus is a term that describes malicious activities related to the popular multimedia messaging app Snapchat. That includes malicious links sent on the platform’s messaging service, phishing attempts, fake Snapchat apps, etc. Because of how widespread Snapchat viruses can be, it’s important to be familiar with them.

What is Zeromax stealer

What is Zeromax stealer
Zeromax stealer, discovered by malware analyst 3xp0rt, is a trojan that mainly focuses of data theft. This trojan primarily tries to steal login credentials for various accounts, such as online banking, email, and cryptocurrency. This data is stolen from browsers and other applications that may store login credentials. The stolen data may be used by the malware…

What is Koti Ransomware

Koti Ransomware will encrypt your files
Koti Ransomware is file-encrypting malware from the Djvu ransomware family. It’s a dangerous piece of malware because it will essentially lock your files and demand that you pay a ransom to get them back. It demands $980, which is the same amount all other versions of Djvu ransomware demand. All encrypted files will have the…

Win32.CoinMiner Removal Guide (Threat Description)

What is Win32.CoinMiner
Win32.CoinMiner, also knowns as simply CoinMiner, is a malware that uses the infected computer’s resources to mine for cryptocurrency. It’s not the most dangerous computer infection because it does not steal information, delete files and do anything besides mine. However, the mining is a very annoying feature and causes a lot of inconvenience. It essentially uses your computer’s resources…

What is CoronaVi2022 ransomware

What is CoronaVi2022
CoronaVi2022 is a new ransomware infection that encrypts files. The ransomware is referred to as CoronaVi2022 because of the email address cyber crooks give for users to contact them. Cyber crooks have been actively using the coronavirus name for their malware and spam campaigns so ransomware named CoronaVi2022 is not surprising. What’s interesting about this infection is that…

Remove LMS.exe

About LMS.exe
LMS.exe is an executable file, a software component of Intel Active Management Technology Local Manageability Service. It’s not an essential Windows file, and is installed together with Intel software. Local Manageability Service is usually preinstalled on computers that use Intel graphic cards. The file can be found in C:\Program Files (x86), C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) Management Engine Components\LMS or C:\Program…

Remove Win32:BogEnt

What is Win32:BogEnt
Win32:BogEnt is a heuristic detection used by anti-virus programs Avast and AVG to detect unusual, malware-like behaviour. If you have Avast or AVG installed and they are showing you alerts warning about Win32:BogEnt, some program is exhibiting unusual behaviour that is often associated with malware. However, that does not mean that malware is installed on your device.…

Remove .hese Ransomware

About .hese Ransomware
.hese Ransomware refers to the Dharma ransomware. The infection is sometimes referred to as .hese ransomware because it adds the .hese file extension to all encrypted files. Dharma ransomware has been around for a while and has different versions. The most recent one adds the .hese. It’s a pretty serious infection to get because it could mean losing…