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UBEL – the successor of Oscorp Android malware

Android devices have recently become a target of a morphed banking malware that seems to have found a way to exploit accessibility features on Android smartphones and tablets with the intentions to steal user credentials from European banking...


Attackers may hijack Zimbra’s server

Researchers have found numerous security flaws in Zimbra email collaboration software, the exploitation of which may lead to email account compromise and even a full hijacking of the mail server. The news about the flaws came after cybersecurity...

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Browser Hijacker Virus is a junkware extension for Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and other popular browsers and its main characteristic is that it constantly attempts to page-redirect the user to promoted sites. is not as dangerous as a Trojan...

Browser Hijacker

Ourtopstories Virus

Ourtopstories Ourtopstories is a potentially unwanted app that infects the main browser in the system and alters its settings without permission. Some of the Ourtopstories changes will interrupt your browsing experience and could make your system...

Browser Hijacker

Coding Captcha Virus

Coding Captcha Coding Captcha is categorized as a browser hijacker by security experts. Coding Captcha is known to cause browser redirects and different pop-up advertisements in addition to security vulnerabilities. Coding Captcha could be quite an...

Browser Hijacker Virus

Omnatuor Recently, we have received numerous questions about a program called Omnatuor. You’ve probably also noticed the increased number of pop-up ads, and banners that Omnatuor tends to generate in your browser, and that’s why you are...


Muuq Virus

Muuq Muuq is a virus that belongs to the notorious malware category of ransomware. To be more specific, Muuq is actually part of the file-encrypting subcategory of ransomware, which is the most dangerous of them all. If Muuq has invaded your...


Nooa Virus

Nooa Nooa is a Ransomware cryptovirus that can make your files inaccessible by applying a secret encryption code to them. If your computer has been infected by Nooa, you will see a ransom-demanding notification somewhere on your screen. It’s...

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HowToRemove.Guide is a website dedicated to helping thousands of malware-infected users every day through self-help removal guides. Recently we expanded into general security, software reviews and backups, while the folks at became increasingly interested in the consumer malware removal niche.

This has allowed both parties to quickly realize that a partnership can benefit everyone – and the users most of all. The experience and expertise brings to the table will allow us to rapidly improve the technical help we bring to our users, which will in turn lead to better service we hope we hope will turn into a community. The services and pages on will remain on this website and will be accessible to all users who need them.