Information about cracks and removal instructions

by Linas Kiguolis - - Improved | Type: Cracks

Cracks operate as illegal applications which help access a perpetrator the full access to the preferred program. In other words, they substitute the original elements of the application in order to launch it fully. The main effects of these tools include generated registration codes and registry values. Additionally, they are able to make important modifications to the targeted applications. In short, the files have been originated from gaming as hackers found alternative ways how to access the full versions of the wanted games. Such activity is simply regarded as the violation of copyright rights. Some countries issue strict penalties for such piracy activities.

One of the key flaws of cracked applications is that they might possess severe malware. If you choose the cracked version of the preferred program instead of the original one, in fact, you might suffer from severe outcomes. Installing the infected game or software might result in the heavily infected computer. Eventually, your confidential information such as login data and the credit card information might be disclosed to cyber criminals. What is more, if cyber law enforcement institutions expose the illegal activities, including Bitcoin mining and DDoS attacks, the offender might simply lose access to the Internet, or his computer might be confiscated.

Latest Viruses Added to the Database

Cracks database

July 21, 2017

Browser redirect virus

Symptoms showing that your computer is infected with Browser redirect virus Random redirects, aggressive pop-ups, modified browser’s settings, computer performance-related troubles are the main signs showing that your PC was infected with Browser redirect virus. Read the post
July 21, 2017 YeaDesktop verification code adware YeaDesktop verification code virus causes problems not only for Chinese computer users YeaDesktop verification code is a new version of YeaDesktop adware that is targeted at Chinese computer users. Read the post
July 19, 2017


PCKeeper: avoid it or use it? PCKeeper is a program created by Kromtech. Read the post
July 19, 2017

MacKeeper pop-up ads

Why do I see MacKeeper ads? MacKeeper is anti-virus software that has been causing troubles for Mac users for a couple of years. Read the post
July 13, 2017

Aleta ransomware

BTCWare Aleta virus attacks computers worldwide, asks for large ransoms Aleta ransomware is a new data-encoding virus that belongs to BTCWare ransomware family. Read the post
July 13, 2017

Wajam virus

Wajam search clutters search results with targeted entries Wajam is a dubious adware program that alters search results based on what user’s friends share on social networks. Read the post
July 12, 2017 redirect virus redirect virus tracks your web searches and delivers sponsored results is a highly suspicious search site that browser hijackers promote. Read the post
July 10, 2017

Genius Box ads

With Genius Box, your search experience can become unendurable Genius Box is a suspicious ad-supported program that inserts sponsored search results above organic ones no matter which search engine the user uses. Read the post
July 04, 2017

Vulkaninfo 32 virus

What is Vulkaninfo 32 and what can it do to the computer? Vulkaninfo 32 is a suspicious application that gets inside computers with Nvidia graphic driver’s updates. Read the post
July 04, 2017

DriverAgent Plus

Reasons not to trust DriverAgent Plus system optimization software DriverAgent Plus developers at Inc introduce this software as an irreplaceable system optimization tool which supposedly helps to keep the system updated. Read the post
July 04, 2017


WinSnare and its relationship with Amulec WinSnare, or “Win Snare” is a program that runs in the background of all system processes. Read the post
June 19, 2017

Cry36 ransomware

Cry36 sneaks into the computer to encode your files Cry36 virus operates as a file-encrypting threat which is based on the latter versions of CryptON, Cry128 . Read the post
June 15, 2017

Project Free TV

Project Free TV lures user with free content to earn money from advertising Project Free TV virus is a name that the users sometimes give to a suspicious website which offers free TV show and movie streaming services. Read the post
June 02, 2017 virus redirect virus attempts to track your online activities to inject ads into search results virus is an ad-injection software that usually infects user’s computer alongside Linkey adware. Read the post

Additional information added on 2016-11-29


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