Ctb Locker

CTB Locker is an extremely dangerous application that encrypts the users’ files and demands your money to get them back. Under no circumstances you should pay the ransom money. Instead you need to remove CTB-Locker from the system as soon as possible. CTB-Locker can infect systems as a Trojan horse whenever you browse the internet and are not careful. When the computer is infected, a text informing you about the encryption and giving you a payment instruction on your desktop. The files that will be affected are .jpg, .doc, .mp4, .cer, .db, .pem extensions on your computer. They will be locked until you pay the ransom. Even though, as you may have noticed, that the message dissapears after rebooting the computer, the files will remain encrypted and you will still need to delete CTB-Locker. You should know, however, if you delete CTB-Locker without restoring the files, they will most likely be lost forever. What is even more frightening, is that your files will remain encrypted even if you pay the money. And it is quite probable that CTB-Locker will still stay in your system even after the payment has been made. This might seem like a gross situation. Actually it is not very hard to get rid of CTB-Locker.
To delete CBT Locker completely, you can use an automatic malware removal toll or try to remove it manually. The professional software will protect your system for future infections as well. Manual removal is recommended for computer experts only, that know the operating system inside pout.

Manual Ctb Locker Removal Instructions

  1. Reboot the computer and press the F8 key.
  2. Go to Windows Advanced Options and to select Safe Mode with Networking press Enter.
  3. When windows loads you can browse the internet for a removal tool
  4. Use it to find and delete the infection

External Sources: Ctb Locker Removal Manual

Robosaver 6.1 Removal Manual

How to remove Robosaver 6.1 pop-up ads?

Imagine the following scenario: you open your browser, and suddenly a pop-up ad “Powered by Robosaver 6.1” shows up. You think that it’s some sort of fluke, and you make another attempt at browsing the web, but there it is again! Another pop-up by Robosaver 6.1. And no matter how many times you open your browser, every single time, without fail, you are interrupted by a similar ad. Even if you disregard how quickly this will go from annoying to infuriating, unfortunately, it won’t be the only issue you’ll be faced with once Robosaver 6.1 slithers into your system. Aside from the never-ending waterfall of pop-ups, you’ll also have to bear with the frequent system crashes and slower PC performance they’ll lead to. Not only that, but Robosaver 6.1 will also put your private security in grave jeopardy. If you still think that this malicious an intrusive tool is worth keeping, that’s okay. But if you don’t, follow experts’ advice and get rid of it immediately.

How did I get infected with Robosaver 6.1?

Robosaver 6.1 resorts to the usual antics when it comes to sneaking into your system. It’s so resourceful in its trickery that, not only do you let it in by choice, but you have no idea that you did. Confused? Well, this program often uses freeware as a means of infiltration as it provides the easiest entry point. Even though, freeware is usually bundled with all sorts of harmful malware, users still seem to think that it’s a grand idea to not pay attention during its installation process. They skip reading the terms and conditions, and just agree to everything in haste. Well, this is, in fact, a sublime idea! That is if you want to end up with an unsafe and damaging application such as Robosaver 6.1. If you think that’s something you wish to avoid, pay more attention when dealing with freeware. Also, be more careful when spam email attachments, corrupted links, corrupted websites, system and program updates, are involved. It will save you a lot of troubles.

Why is Robosaver 6.1 dangerous?

Robosaver 6.1 is ad-supported, which means that in order to survive, it has to generate pay-per-click profits for the people behind it. In order to increase its chances of successfully deceiving you into clicking on its unreliable pop-ups, the program spends some time getting to know you. It monitors your browsing habits in the hopes of understanding what you like and dislike. Once it does, it knows which ads have a better shot at sparking your interest and resulting in a click. Then it commences a full-on bombardment. However, Robosaver 6.1 doesn’t only observe your browsing activities. It’s programmed to keep track of every move you make and catalog it. As soon as it feels it has enough data on you, it proceeds to send it to the aforementioned wicked people, who can then use it however they see fit. Don’t gamble with your personal and financial information, and delete Robosaver 6.1 as soon as the first pop-up ad appears. You won’t regret it.

Manual Robosaver Removal Instructions:

Click the Start menu, select Run.

  1. Type taskmgr.exe into the the Run command box, and click “OK.” or press simultaneously the keys CTRL + Shift + ESC.
  2. Click Processes tab, and find CommonShare related processes.
  3. Once you locate the CommonShare processes, right-click on them and choose “End Process”
  4. Go to your Control Panel.
  5. Click on Add/Remove Programs icon.
  6. select the CommonShare program in the list and uninstall it.

Remove Robosaver from IE

  1. Open Internet Explorer:
  2. Press Alt+X and go to Manage add-ons.
  3. Go to Toolbars and Extensions
  4. select Search Providers
  5. Remove the unwanted search engine
  6. Save changes and close window.
  7. Press Alt+X again.
  8. Go to Internet Options
  9. General tab,
  10. Replace current home page address with the desired search engine.

Popcornew Removal Guide

popcornew-removal

What is Popcornew.com?

Many users find Popcornew attractive because it promises to provide them with offers for their favorite products. The application also claims that the offers will be selected according to the websites the particular user is currently on. It is true that offers and deals will appear when you browse the web, but there is no guarantee that they will be relevant or at least genuine. Popcornew is an advertisement-supported program that is only interested in its well-being, so relying on it to help you save money on your online purchases will be a big mistake.

How did I get infected with Popcornew.com?

At popcornew.com you can find a download button that you can use to acquire the application. If it is already on your computer and you do not remember downloading such an app, it means that it has been installed without permission. This is possible because the installer of Popcornew gets attached to the installer of another free application and gets automatically installed along with it. Please note that you can prevent that by completing each installation step carefully and disabling all additionally installed programs.

Why is Popcornew.com dangerous?

If you have dealt with ad-supported programs before, you will know that the most troublesome thing about them is the ads they display. The same applies for Popcornew. It is financially supported to present content belonging to independent third parties. This content is not reviewed by Popcornew, so you can never be certain if it is safe or not. Therefore, clicking on ads displayed by this application is not advisable. Popcornew is also able to collect information about your web usage that is supposed to help improve the service. This may lead to problems with your privacy, so you should not hesitate to erase Popcornew right away.

Manual Popcornew Removal Instructions:

Click the Start menu, select Run.

  1. Type taskmgr.exe into the the Run command box, and click “OK.” or press simultaneously the keys CTRL + Shift + ESC.
  2. Click Processes tab, and find Popcornew related processes.
  3. Once you locate the Popcornew processes, right-click on them and choose “End Process”
  4. Go to your Control Panel.
  5. Click on Add/Remove Programs icon.
  6. select istart program in the list and uninstall it.

Remove Popcornew from IE

  1. Open Internet Explorer:
  2. Press Alt+X and go to Manage add-ons.
  3. Go to Toolbars and Extensions
  4. select Search Providers
  5. Remove the unwanted search engine
  6. Save changes and close window.
  7. Press Alt+X again.
  8. Go to Internet Options
  9. General tab,
  10. Replace current home page address with the desired search engine.