AnonymizerGadget Removal Guide

AnonymizerGadget is a potentially unwanted program, or PUP, that is installed by free software you download from the Internet. This program is advertised as a free proxy service that allows you to stay anonymous when online. When I installed it, though, all I saw was it constantly connecting to various web pages on the Internet. This constant downloading of web pages uses up your computer's network bandwidth and CPU processing power, which could cause your computer to act slower.
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Remove the Www.9o0gle.com Browser Hijacker (Removal Guide)

The 9o0gle.com Browser Hijacker is a browser hijacker from the Adware/ShortcutHijacker family that changes the home page of your installed browsers to www.9o0gle.com. It does this by modifying the shortcuts for all of your installed browsers, so that if you click on them, they will automatically open the 9o0gle.com home page.
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Win Heal 2016 Removal Guide

Win Heal 2016 is a program from the Rogue.Tech-Support-Scam family that is supposedly a system scanner that reports issues with the computer it is installed. Regardless, of what computer it is run on it will state that "Advanced diagnostics report shows that sseveral security threats and stability issues are placing your PC at risk!". They will then provide a number that a person can call for "premium tech support". This number is currently set to 1-866-207-6545.
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Window User Manager Removal Guide (Uninstall Guide)

Window User Manager is a potentially unwanted program, or PUP, that is installed by free software you download from the Internet. When installed, this program will configure itself to automatically start when you login to Windows. Once running, Window User Manager will run in the background and without your knowledge constantly connect to various sites on the Internet. This constant downloading of web pages uses up your computer's network bandwidth and CPU processing power, which could cause your computer to act slower.
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Fake Critical System Failure Alert Removal

The Critical System Failure alert is a Trojan from the Rogue.Tech-Support-Scam family that displays a fake Windows alert that tries to scare you into calling a listed remote tech support number. This alert tries to scare you into believing that your computer's security has been compromised and that you should call the 855-616-6772 number to get help. Once a victim calls the number, the scammers will try to sell them unnecessary services and software.
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Window Quick Manager Removal Guide (Uninstall Guide)

Window Quick Manager is a potentially unwanted program, or PUP, that is installed by free software you download from the Internet. When installed, this program will configure itself to automatically start when you login to Windows. Once running, Window Quick Manager will run in the background and without your knowledge constantly connect to various sites on the Internet. This constant downloading of web pages uses up your computer's network bandwidth and CPU processing power, which could cause your computer to act slower.
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Pakistani Girls Mobile Data Adware Removal Guide

Pakistani Girls Mobile Data Adware adware will download and install a modified MSMVPS Hosts file onto the affected computer. This HOSTs file will have all of the entries modified so that the host names point to the 188.138.17.135 IP address, which is under the adware developers control. This allows them to display advertisements on web sites that generate revenue for them rather than for the site you are visiting.
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Your PC/Device needs to be repaired Scam Removal Guide

This guide is for the Your PC/Device needs to be repaired Tech Support Scam Trojan from the Rogue.Tech-Support-Scam family. When this infection is installed it will pretend show a fake Windows Blue Screen of Death that states that your PC or device needs to repaired and that the digital signature couldn't be verified. This fake crash screen will overlay the normal Windows screen so that you cannot access your desktop and programs.
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NsCpuCNMiner32.exe Monero Miner Removal Guide

NsCpuCNMiner32.exe is a Trojan and Monero mining software that uses your computer's CPU processor to mine the Monero digital currency. This Trojan is spread as an executable called Photo.scr, which when started will copy itself to all drives on the infected computer. It will then extract a executable called NsCpuCNMiner32.exe to the %Temp% folder and launch it. When NsCpuCNMiner32.exe is launched it will use all of the available CPU processing power to mine the Monero digital currency.
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Window Common Manager Removal Guide (Uninstall Guide)

Window Common Manager is a potentially unwanted program, or PUP, that is installed by free software you download from the Internet. When installed, this program will configure itself to automatically start when you login to Windows. Once running, Window Common Manager will run in the background and without your knowledge constantly connect to various sites on the Internet. This constant downloading of web pages uses up your computer's network bandwidth and CPU processing power, which could cause your computer to act slower.
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