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Ttza File The Ttza file is a particular type of file that can’t be easily accessed using common software. If you attempt to view it using the apps on your computer, you’re likely to get an error because the file has been locked and...



Ttrd File The Ttrd file encryption is a malicious process initiated by a ransomware infection that turns your files into digital puzzles with no solutions, essentially locking them away from you. Imagine if your files were written in a secret code...



Ttwq File The Ttwq file is a ransomware threat that uses malicious encryption technology to hijack your files and transform them into digital gibberish. The threat acts like a kidnapper, snatching your most valuable files and locking them with a...

Browser Hijacker


Oreoracle A new browser add-on-like app named Oreoracle has recently been reported as a potentially unwanted piece of software. The Oreoracle add-on has the ability to impose automatic changes to the users’ browser (be it Firefox, Chrome...



*Source of claim SH can remove it. SysUpdate In the vast world of malware variants, SysUpdate would be labeled the master strategist. It doesn’t propagate with the frantic pace of regular viruses. Instead, it’s about tactical...

Mac Virus

Potential Virus Alert Mac

Potential Virus Alert  Potential Virus Alert is a rogue software application classified as a browser hijacker for its intrusive and aggressive behavior. Potential Virus Alert is specifically aimed at Mac computers and their respective browsers...

Security News


Cyber Security Monthly Recap: August 2023

Summer’s almost over, but the cyber world is heating up! We’ve collected the biggest cyber news from August, so you can stay in the loop. Here’s a breakdown of what happened this month: 1. Shuts Down After Huge Data Leak...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (19-25 June)

Widespread Vulnerability Uncovered: GitHub Repositories Prone to RepoJacking Attack A recent study unveiled a massive security threat lurking in the depths of GitHub repositories: RepoJacking. Millions of repositories, including those owned by...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (12-18 June)

Cybercriminals Leverage Cloud Mining Services for Cryptocurrency Laundering Ransomware perpetrators and cryptocurrency fraudsters have actively turned towards the exploitation of cloud mining services to launder illicitly gained digital assets, a...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (05-11 June)

Zero-Day Alert: Chrome’s New Patch Secures Vulnerable Users Against Actively Exploited Flaw Google announced an urgent update to their Chrome browser on Monday, addressing a high-severity vulnerability currently under active exploitation...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (29.05-04.06)

Beware of .ZIP Domains As Phishing Attackers Are Now Weaponizing Them In A New Scheme Cybercriminals have recently leveraged a new phishing technique known as “file archiver in the browser,” which creates realistic-looking phishing...


Cyber Security Weekly Recap (22-28 May)

Bandit Stealer: Stealthy Malware Threatens Web Browsers and Crypto Wallets A new form of stealthy malware, named Bandit Stealer, is alarming cybersecurity experts with its ability to compromise multiple web browsers and cryptocurrency wallets. What...

News Bulletin

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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.