FileRepMalware is a malicious file that can harm your computer in many ways. It is not a specific malware; rather, it can be of various functionalities like Adware, Trojan, and other PUPs. Sometimes it can be completely harmless and just display ads and pop-ups. During other times it can be the gateway to ransomware.
Many of you might have come across the warning pop-up known as “This computer is BLOCKED” from Microsoft. It frightens many users and they willfully follows the instructions provided on the page.
Yahoo search engine is one of the most popular and totally legitimate search engines. It is placed at 4th in the list of top searches in the category of search engines after Google, Bing, and Baidu.
If you are seeing “Your browser is managed by your organization” on your Chrome Browser, you need not worry about it anymore.
In this guide, we would discuss what this message is all about and how to get rid of it.
Has your antimalware program has suddenly warned you about IDP.generic virus?
For the people who use security solutions like Avast or AVG, “IDP.Generic” might be a familiar term. This term is not limited to a single malware program. It is, in fact, a generic term used by antimalware solutions for naming identity theft programs. IDP stands for Identity Detection Protection.
Are you getting “Click to enable video converter” prompt while you are browsing the YouTube? If yes, then carefully follow this guide to get rid of it.
With lots of advanced features and tools in its armory, Google Chrome is the most popular and by far the most used web browser with 60+% of the total internet browsers users.
While browsing the internet, you might have redirected to “You’ve made the 5-billionth search” page, which claims that you have won an award from Google for the 5th billion search query. Unfortunately, you have NOT won any award; instead, this is a phishing attempt to gather your information.
Bing is one of the most popular and totally legitimate search engines. It is second after Google in the category of search engines, and fifth in the list of the total number of searches.
For the people using Antivirus programs such as Avast, AVG, or Avira, “IDP.ALEXA.51″ might be a familiar term. This term is not limited to a single malware program. It is a generic term used by antimalware solutions when they detect a malicious file but cannot categorize it into any malware family.