“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam

We have received many reports against “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam this week. The scammer sends a scam email to people,  trying to scare them of claiming to know a never-used or  old password, have recorded non-existing videos from porn-sites never-visited from a non-existing webcam:

You got infected with my malware, RAT (Remote Administration Tool), while browsing the web where my iframe was placed, in the background you got redirected to my exploitpack, your browser wasn’t patched so you got infected! My malware gave me full control over your computer and access to all your accounts (see password above)! I COLLECTED ALL YOUR PRIVATE DATA! YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN – I KNOW ALL YOUR SECRETS – YOU KNOW THAT THIS ISN’T A JOKE! After that I removed my malware, to not leave any traces. If you don’t pay me exactly 1800$ in bitcoin (BTC), I will PUBLISH ALL YOUR DATA, send it to all your contacts, over email, post in on social network!

“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam

“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam

If you encountered “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam or similar scam, don’t be panic. Delete the spam email immediately. And then spend some time to check your computer’s security to avoid risks. It is necessary because trojan or spyware can help scammer steal your private info such as email address.

Trojan horse is able to get inside computer silently. Some users may have numerous anti-virus programs installed to prevent it and become careful for each operations online. But it is not helpful. “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan is able to invade PC by numerous means, such as the attachment of spam emails, the porn websites, or the installed file of freeware. and nobody is capable of paying attention on all these things all the time.

Trojan will do damages to your PC from multiple points of view. Commonly, it is equipped for making your system useless and open the entryway for virus and malware. That is to say, it will be a device utilized for virus and malware to kill your securing capacities. These are undetectable for user for it will cover the follows for them. After virus enter, it will protect them and make your anti-virus application lose functions.

Trojan is likewise known for its encryption capacity. It will bolt your archives with some programming. What’s more, when you attempt to open them, you will get advice to contact its backing for encoding it. It is an old trick. Regularly, the cost will be just several hundred, but it is not a moderate cost for general users.

You will likewise confront with low-speed operation and system crash if you keep “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan on your PC. It is the right time for you to eliminate it. We know it is not a simple work, so we give you a few guides here.


Key PointFind out All Potential Threats and All Files Related with Them

If you have virus problems on Windows OS, please continue reading the contents below:

The key to eliminate a computer threat from computer completely, it is to find out all the folders, files of the threat and related infections first. For instance, to remove “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan, you need to find out malicious program that may be related with it, and find the hijacker or extension which may be installed by it, and find out its root folders, and you may also need to find out the its registry entries and files in Registry. Only all the items related with the threat are found and deleted, the problems caused by it can be solved completely.

It may take you hours to find out all the files of the threat and other potential threats. What’s more, when a virus has generated files in Registry, it not only spends you a lot of time to find them, but also may cause unexpected damage to your system if you make mistake in Registry.

If you want to save hours on finding the threat’s files and also avoid the risk while handling files in Registry, We recommend downloading SpyHunter Anti-malware to Scan Your PC and Find Out Files of Threats automatically:

(The below link will open the app’s official website to download SpyHunter. Please come back to this page after you download it)

Download SpyHunter Anti-Malware to Detect Threats

SpyHunter’s malware scanner is free. Once it detects a virus or malware, you’ll need to purchase its full version to remove the threat. And please note that, I am not the maker of SpyHuner, but one of its affiliates promoting SpyHunter

(Note – If you fail to access the download page, it might by blocked by your running antimalware tool due to Software Conflicts. Once that happens, PLEASE Turn Off the anti-malware tool Running on your computer, and then come back to this page to click SpyHunter DOWNLOAD link again.


Once you install SpyHunter and complete a scan, you can view the detected malicious files of threats in scan results.

“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan removal process

If you are about to remove all detected threats or malicious files with SpyHunter, you need to register its full version.

“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan removal tool



Steps – Remove “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan From Windows OS Manually


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(To Remove “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan or related threats, please complete all the steps.)

Step 1 – Uninstall malicious programs which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan from Control Panel.

1. Press “Windows key + R key” together to open Run window:

delete “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan from program list

2. Input “control panel” in Run window and hit Enter key to open Control Panel:

3. Click Uninstall a program:

“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan complete removal

4. Right-click programs which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan and click Uninstall:

Tips – If you cannot uninstall an unwanted or suspicious program from Control Panel, we recommend downloading SpyHunter’s Malware Scanner to see whether it will find malicious programs related with the threat:

(The below link will open the app’s official website to download SpyHunter. Please come back to this page after you download it)

Download SpyHunter Anti-Malware to Detect Threats

SpyHunter’s malware scanner is free. Once it detects a virus or malware, you’ll need to purchase its full version to remove the threat. And please note that, I am not the maker of SpyHuner, but one of its affiliates promoting SpyHunter

(Note – If you fail to access the download page, it might by blocked by your running antimalware tool due to Software Conflicts. Once that happens, PLEASE Turn Off the anti-malware tool Running on your computer, and then come back to this page to click SpyHunter DOWNLOAD link again.


 

Step 2 – Remove malicious extensions which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan.

(NOTE – Please Bookmark This Page because some operations may restart or close your system or web browser)

Chrome

On Chrome: Launch up Google Chrome> click Chrome menu > click Tools> click Extension> select extensions which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan> click trash bin

get rid of “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan from chrome

Firefox

On Firefox: Open Firefox, navigate to browser menu in the top right > select Add-ons > select add-ons which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan> remove it with Disable or Remove button.

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Internet Explorer

On IE: Open Internet Explorer >click Tools > click Manager Add-on Tools and Extensions> select extensions which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan > click Remove or Disable button.

get rid of “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan on IE

Microsoft Edge

On Microsoft Edge: (Reset default homepage and search engine to remove “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan associated hijacker)

(NOTE – Please Bookmark This Page because some operations may restart or close your system or web browser)

Reset Edge homepage: Click More (…) > click Settings > select A specific page or pages under “Open with” > select Custom to type your favorite website.

get rid of “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan from Edge

Reset Edge homepage: Click More (…) > click Settings > Click View advanced settings > Click <Add new> under “Search in the address bar with”> type your favorite search engine >click Add as default.

Tips – If you cannot delete an unwanted or suspicious extension or search engine from web browser, we recommend downloading SpyHunter’s Malware Scanner to see whether it will find Adware or Hijacker on your PC:

(The below link will open the app’s official website to download SpyHunter. Please come back to this page after you download it)

Download SpyHunter Anti-Malware to Detect Threats

SpyHunter’s malware scanner is free. Once it detects a virus or malware, you’ll need to purchase its full version to remove the threat. And please note that, I am not the maker of SpyHuner, but one of its affiliates promoting SpyHunter

(Note – If you fail to access the download page, it might by blocked by your running antimalware tool due to Software Conflicts. Once that happens, PLEASE Turn Off the anti-malware tool Running on your computer, and then come back to this page to click SpyHunter DOWNLOAD link again.


Step 3 Find and remove malicious registry entries which may be related with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan or malicious program.

NoteIn case any unwanted program, unwanted extension, or unwanted search engine cannot be removed manually, it might be related with malicious program, which may adds files to registry or make changes in registry . Therefore, to uninstall such stubborn items, you may need to find and remove related files in the Registry Editor. Check the steps below:

1. Press “Windows key + R key” together to open Run window:

2. Input “regedit” in Run window and hit Enter key to open Registry:

“You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan easy removal tool

3. Hold Ctrl + F keys together to open Find box >> Type virus’s name into it and click Find Next >> Right click on the files and click Delete Only If you can determine that they are part of infections:

Tips – If you cannot find or identify registry files which may be associated with “You got infected with my malware” Blackmail Scam related Trojan or potential threats, you can try to download SpyHunter’s Malware Scanner and see whether it will find registry files of threats for you:

(The below link will open the app’s official website to download SpyHunter. Please come back to this page after you download it)

Download SpyHunter Anti-Malware to Detect Threats

SpyHunter’s malware scanner is free. Once it detects a virus or malware, you’ll need to purchase its full version to remove the threat. And please note that, I am not the maker of SpyHuner, but one of its affiliates promoting SpyHunter

(Note – If you fail to access the download page, it might by blocked by your running antimalware tool due to Software Conflicts. Once that happens, PLEASE Turn Off the anti-malware tool Running on your computer, and then come back to this page to click SpyHunter DOWNLOAD link again.


Step 4 (Optional) – Disable Web browser Notifications and Reset Web Browser Settings.

Note – This step should be performed only if your problems on web browser have not been solved by the previous steps.

    1. Disable Web browser Notifications

    If some unwanted pop-ups still appear on web browser, please try to disable Notifications on all web browsers:

    Edge

    On Microsoft Edge

    • Launch Edge browser
    • Click on menu button of Microsoft Edge
    • Click Settings
    • Click “View advanced settings”
    • Click “Manage” under “Website permissions”
    • Find the unwanted URL and click the X (Clear) button to remove the URL.

    Chrome

    On Google Chrome

    • Click the three-dots Menu button on the right upper corner
    • Click “Settings” >> Scroll down to the bottom and click “Advanced
    • Click on “Content settings” in the Privacy and Security section
    • Click “Notifications
    • Find the unwanted URL >> Click the three dots next to the URL >> click “Block” or “Remove

    Firefox

    On Firefox

    • Launch Firefox
    • Click the Menu button (three bars) on the right upper corner >> Select “Options
    • Click on “Privacy & Security” on the left hand side of the screen
    • Scroll down to the “Permissions” >> Click the “Settings” button next to “Notifications”
    • Find the unwanted URL >> Click the drop-down menu and select “Block

    IE'

    On Internet Explorer

    • Launch IE
    • Click the Gear button on the right upper corner >> Select “Internet options”
    • Click “Privacy” tab and click “Settings” under “Pop-up Blocker” section
    • Find the unwanted URL and Click the “Remove” button

    2. Reset Web Browser Settings

    Edge

    On Microsoft Edge

    • Click the three horizontal dots icon >> Select Settings.
    • Click the “Choose what to clear” button
    • Click Show more >> Select everything >> click the “Clear” button.

    Chrome

    On Google Chrome

    • Click the Chrome menu icon >> Select Settings
    • Scroll down to the bottom and click the Advanced
    • Scroll down to the bottom >> Click the Reset button

    Firefox

    On Firefox

    • Click the Firefox menu at the top right corner >> click Help
    • Select Troubleshooting Information
    • Click the “Refresh Firefox” button

    IE

    On Internet Explorer

    Click on the gear icon >> Click “Internet Options”

    Select the “Advanced” tab >> Click “Reset”button


    Tips – How to Prevent Virus

    To avoid the threat coming back and prevent attacks from other infections, follow these basic rules while using your computer:

    – You should always choose Custom Installation no matter what software you are going to install;

    – Uncheck hidden options which attempt to install additional programs you never need;

    – Scan all downloaded attachments of email before you open them;

    – Never open any attachments of unknown or spam emails;

    – Do not visit adult / porn websites;

    – Do not update any app from nonofficial websites.

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