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VebaSearch.com Redirect

VebaSearch.com redirect virus removal instructions

What is VebaSearch.com?

Internet browser redirects to the vebasearch.com website are related to deceptive browser hijackers that infiltrate computers via free software downloads. After successful installation, this adware modifies Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) settings by assigning the homepage and default search engine fields to vebasearch.com. This website presents users with an Internet search engine crowded with dubious sponsored search results that may lead to malware and virus infections. You are advised not to use this site for your daily Internet searches. Furthermore, the vebasearch browser hijacker tracks users' Internet browsing activity by recording browser type, means of connecting to the Internet, operating system type, Internet protocol (IP) address, geographic location, ISP, and other information.

   
Ebon Browser Adware

Ebon Browser removal instructions

What is Ebon Browser?

Ebon Browser is a legitimate web browser based on Firefox (an open-source browser). On initial inspection, this application may seem legitimate and useful, however, it is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP), since it can install on operating systems without users' consent. The developers of this web browser (Ebonmedia Corp.) employ a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of additional programs together with the chosen software) to install Ebon browser on computer systems. Users can opt-out of installation of this application by unchecking various boxes, however, this step is often missed and Ebon is then installed inadvertently. If these options remain unchecked when installing free software (using Propeller System, Vetaform Developments s.l. and other download managers), Ebon configures itself as the default Internet browser.

   
DoReMe Adware

DoReMe removal instructions

What is DoReMe?

DoReMe is a rogue application distributed using the 'bundling' method (stealth installation of additional applications together with other software) and is categorized as adware. Users commonly install this app together with free software downloaded from freeware download websites. After Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox are successfully infiltrated, the user will experience intrusive online advertisements including pop-up/under, price comparison, coupon, banner, inline text, transitional, etc. Clicking these advertisements can result in further computer infections.

   
LolyKey Ads

LolyKey removal instructions

What is LolyKey?

LolyKey is a browser add-on distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of the chosen software together with additional software) and is categorized as adware. These applications are commonly bundled together with free software downloadable from freeware download websites, and therefore, users often install LolyKey inadvertently without their consent. After installation on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, LolyKey generates intrusive online advertisements and collects Internet browsing-related information.

   
Ads by Dollar Dream

Dollar Dream removal instructions

What is Dollar Dream?

Dollar Dream is a rogue browser extension developed by SuperWeb LLC. This company releases extensions and claims that they will improve the Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and other similar features. These may seem legitimate and useful features, however, this browser plug-in is considered to be adware. It is distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' - stealth installation of additional programs together with the chosen software. Following installation on Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox), Dollar Dream displays intrusive online advertisements that mostly lead to bogus websites and may cause high-risk adware or malware infections.

   
Fragile Fixer Ads

Fragile Fixer removal instructions

What is Fragile Fixer?

Fragile Fixer is a rogue add-on claiming to enable features such as coupons and comparison shopping. Although this functionality may seem legitimate and useful, Fragile Fixer is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). The developers of this rogue plug-in (SuperWeb LLC) employ a deceptive free software marketing method called 'bundling' to install Fragile Fixer on Internet browsers without users' permission. Bundling is a way to stealthily install applications together with other software, and therefore, most of users inadvertently install Fragile Fixer together with free software downloaded from freeware download websites. Following successful infiltration on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, Fragile Fixer generates intrusive online advertisements including interstitial, banner, pop-up, coupon, search, transitional, and full-page ads. Be aware that clicking these advertisements can high-risk adware or malware infections.

   
Hard Case Adware

Hard Case removal instructions

What is Hard Case?

Created by SuperWeb LLC, Hard Case claims to improve the Internet browsing experience by enabling various features such as comparison shopping and coupons. This may seem legitimate and useful functionality, however, be aware that hard case is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). This rogue add-on is distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation together with other software). After installation on Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) without users' permission, Hard Case tracks users' Internet browsing activity and delivers intrusive advertisements.

   
Ads by Metal Maker

Metal Maker removal instructions

What is Metal Maker?

Metal Maker is a browser add-on claiming to enhance the Internet browsing experience by providing various features such as comparison shopping and coupons. Although this functionality may seem legitimate and useful, Metal Maker is classed as an adware-type plug-in. This association is made due to a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' employed by the developers to distribute Metal Maker. Bundling allows stealth installation of additional software together with other programs, and therefore, users often install this adware inadvertently together with free software downloaded from freeware download websites. After infiltration on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, Metal Maker generates intrusive advertisements such as banners, pop-ups, coupons, search, transitional, full-page, and interstitial ads. These often lead to bogus websites and may cause high-risk adware or malware.

   
New App Ads

New App removal instructions

What is New App?

New App is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) developed by SuperWeb LLC. This browser add-on claims to improve the Internet browsing experience by enabling various features such as coupons and comparison shopping, and may seem to provide legitimate and useful functionality. New App, however, is classed as adware, since it employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' to install on Internet browsers during installation of other software. Following successful infiltration on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, the user will experience intrusive online ads generated by New App. Clicking these advertisements may cause high-risk adware or malware infections.

   
Simple for You Adware

Simple for You removal instructions

What is Simple for You?

Created by SuperWeb LLC, Simple for You is a browser extension claiming to enable various features (such as coupons, comparison shopping, etc.) to enhance the Internet browsing experience. Users may find this extension legitimate and useful, however, be aware that it is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). The developers of this rogue application employ a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of additional programs together with the chosen software) to install Simple for You on Internet browsers without users' permission. After infiltration on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, Simple for You generates intrusive advertisements (banner, pop-up, interstitial, transitional, full-page, and search) that may lead to high-risk adware or malware infections.

   

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