How to Remove Audience-info.xyz Notifications

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Audience-info.xyz prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Audience-info.xyz?

Audience-info.xyz is a dubious website which attempts to trick users into accepting its notifications request. Audience-info.xyz claims that users need to click Allow on its notifications confirmation pop-up if they want to see a video, open a page, solve a CAPTCHA, verify that they are 18+, etc. If someone does click Allow, notifications from Audience-info.xyz will begin appearing periodically with ads, links to shady websites, prompts to download suspicious software, scammy messages, and so on. The notifications will appear in the lower-right corner of the screen on a Windows machine, in the top-right corner on a Mac, or on the lockscreen on Android. READ MORE

How to Remove Motive Prime From Mac

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What Is Motive Prime?

Motive Prime is a browser hijacker that may appear on a Macbook after a user installs a free or cracked program or runs a file downloaded from an untrustworthy source. A browser hijacker is a piece of software that can alter Start Page, New Tab Page or Search Engine on browsers and stop users from changing those settings again. Motive Prime sets the default search engine on Chrome to a website which redirects users’ searches to Yahoo or Bing. This step-by-step guide will help you remove Motive Prime from your Mac and get rid of the search redirect caused by the extension. READ MORE

How to Remove WatchVideo.cc

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Watchvideo.cc prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Watchvideo.cc?

Watchvideo.cc is a questionable website which attempts to trick users into subscribing to its notifications service. Watchvideo.cc may tell users that they need to click or tap Allow on its “Show notifications” pop-up to prove that they are not bots, to see a video, to start a game, or for another reason. If a user clicks Allow, notifications from Watchvideo.cc will begin popping up from time to time in the top-right or bottom-right corner of the screen. The notifications may contain ads, clickbait links, prompts to download something, fake messages or alerts from the OS, etc. READ MORE

How to Remove Notifsystems.com

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Notifsystems.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Notifsystems.com?

Notifsystems.com is a questionable website which attempts to trick users into accepting its notifications request. Notifsystems.com may tell users that they need to click or tap Allow on its “Show notifications” pop-up box if they wish to access a webpage, download a file, solve a CAPTCHA, etc. Should a user click Allow, notifications from Notifsystems.com will start appearing in the top-right or bottom-right corner of the screen from time to time and spamming the user with ads, links to untrustworthy sites, prompts to download suspicious programs, fake alerts from the OS, etc. READ MORE

How to Remove Looker Extension

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What Is Looker?

looker” is a browser extension that may appear on a computer as a result of malware getting installed on the machine. Looker is a browser hijacker: it redirects users’ searches from their chosen search engine to Bing. Users may encounter difficulties when trying to uninstall Looker as the extension may become “installed by administrator” and miss the option to remove it in browser settings. There also may be other malware installed on the computer which will reinstall Looker were users successful in removing it. You may follow this step-by-step guide to remove Looker extension from your browser and get rid of the search redirect. READ MORE

How to Remove Boney-blog.com

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Boney-blog.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Boney-blog.com?

Boney-blog.com is a questionable website which attempts to make users turn on its notifications on their computers. Boney-blog.com may tell users that they need to click Allow on its notifications confirmation pop-up if they want to watch a video, download a file, open a page, solve a CAPTCHA, etc. If someone does click Allow, notifications from Boney-blog.com will begin showing up time and again with ads, clickbait links, software offers, fake messages, etc. The notifications will appear in the bottom-right corner of the screen on Windows, in the top-right corner on macOS, or on the lockscreen on Android. READ MORE

How to remove Hhuy ransomware

What is Hhuy ransomware

Hhyu is a malicious program that makes money by hacking the victims’ computers, encrypting their data, and demanding ransom to decrypt it back. This class of viruses is called ransomware, while Hhuy in particular is a part of the STOP/Djvu ransomware family. STOP/Djvu can be understood as a group of viruses that were created using the same method, that share a lot of characteristics as a result. Compare Hhuy to, say, Jhgn ransomware and you will see that they’re almost identical.
All STOP/Djvu ransomware programs create a file on the victim’s desktop to communicate hackers’ demands, and Hhuy is no exception. The image above contains the full text of the note. To summarize, the hackers demand $980 from the victim, however this price is cut in half if the victim pays within the first 72 hours after infection.
Files affected by Hhuy (typically all files except for the ransom note) are given the .hhuy file extension. This means that a file that was previously named “myphoto.jpg” would now have a name “myphoto.jpg.hhuy”. This is done because the hackers want the victim to notice that something is wrong with their files as soon as possible.
In this guide, we will explain how to remove Hhuy ransomware from your computer, and what one can do to decrypt .hhuy files without paying the hackers.

How to remove Hhwq ransomware

What is Hhwq ransomware

Hhwq is a name given to an illegal money-making program. The way it generates money is by infecting a victim’s computer and encrypting all data on it, rendering it inaccessible. As many people have important files on their computer, this can be very harmful – ranging from sad, but relatively harmless loss of years worth of pictures, to catastrophic such as losing a thesis that needs to be submitted in a week. Hackers know this loss of data can be very serious, in fact they’re banking on it. For a fee, they offer to decrypt the files – which effectively means they’re holding the data of their victims hostage and are demanding a ransom. This is why this type of viruses is called ransomware.
Hhwq is a part of STOP/Djvu ransomware family, which means it is very similar to other viruses in it (compare Jhgn).
To communicate their demands, the hackers made Hhwq leave a ransom note on the victim’s desktop. It is named “_readme.txt” – you may read the full text of the note on the image above, if you so choose. One important highlight is that hackers demand $980 in ransom, or $490 if the victim pays promptly.
Files encrypted by Hhwq are given the .hhwq file extension. For example, a file named “cat.png” would be renamed “cat.png.hhwq”. This visibly shows the victim that something is wrong with their files.
This guide will explain how to remove Hhwq ransomware, and will help you decrypt .hhwq files.

How to Remove Lpnothome.com

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Lpnothome.com prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Lpnothome.com?

Lpnothome.com is a questionable website which attempts to make users turn on its notifications. Site notifications are messages from sites that appear in the bottom-right corner of the screen on Windows, in the top-right corner on macOS, and on the status bar on Android. Lpnothome.com claims that users need to allow its notifications to prove that they are not robots, to access a webpage, to start a download, etc. Should a user turn on Lpnothome.com notifications, those notifications will begin appearing on his or her screen periodically with ads, clickbait links, fake messages and alerts, etc. READ MORE

How to Remove Extravideo.live

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Extravideo.live prompts users to allow its notifications

What Is Extravideo.live?

Extravideo.live is a dubious website which attempts to trick users into accepting its notifications request. Extravideo.live may tell users that they need to click Allow on its notifications confirmation pop-up box to prove that they are not robots, to watch a video, to download a file, or some other reason. If a user clicks Allow, notifications from Extravideo.live will begin appearing on his or her screen from time to time with ads, links to shady websites, prompts to download something, scammy messages, etc. The notifications will appear in a corner of the screen on a computer or on the status bar on a mobile device. READ MORE

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