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DoughGo Ads

DoughGo Ads removal instructions

What is DoughGo?

DoughGo is a potentially unwanted application claiming to improve the quality of users' Internet browsing experience by enabling comparison shopping, coupons, suggesting related content, etc. This browser extension was created by SuperWeb LLC and is optimized for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Although functionality offered by DoughGo may seem legitimate, Internet users should be aware that this plugin is considered adware. DoughGo installs on Internet browsers using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' and users often install it inadvertently together with free software downloaded from the Internet. Following successful browser infiltration, DoughGo generates various intrusive advertisements, including text link, banner, search, transitional, interstitial, and full page ads.

   
Windows Antibreach Helper

Windows Antibreach Helper removal instructions

What is Antibreach Helper?

Windows Antibreach Helper is a rogue antivirus program, which indicates fake security infections to scare PC users into purchasing 'ultimate protection' (the 'full version'). This bogus software is created by cyber criminals who make money from users who fall for the fake security scans and false security warning messages, and then go on to purchase a useless license key. PC users should be aware that buying the 'full version' of this program is equivalent to sending their money and credit card information to cyber criminals. Windows Antibreach Helper infiltrates operating systems via hacked or malicious websites, which trick users into downloading the program by generating fake online security warning messages. At time of research, cyber criminals used fake Microsoft Security Essentials alert messages to trick users into downloading their rogue antivirus program.

   
Webisawsome.info Redirect

Websearch.webisawsome.info redirect removal instructions

What is Websearch.webisawsome.info?

The Websearch.webisawsome.info browser hijacker infiltrates Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) through free software downloads. Developers of this browser settings-changing adware use a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling', and thus, most computer users install this plugin inadvertently without their consent. After successful infiltration, this browser hijacker assigns the browser homepage and default search engine fields to websearch.webisawsome.info

At time of research, this site redirected users to Google, a legitimate Internet search engine, however, the developers of this deceptive browser plugin are able to redirect websearch.searchinweb.info to other malicious websites at any time. Therefore, it is dangerous to have this browser hijacker installed on your Internet browsers.

   
CommonShare Virus

CommonShare Ads removal instructions

What is CommonShare?

CommonShare is a potentially unwanted browser extension claiming to enhance users' Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and displaying website trust ratings. It is developed by SuperWeb LLC and compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Although this functionality may seem legitimate, users should be aware that the CommonShare add-on is categorized as adware. This potentially unwanted application installs on browsers without users' permission using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. After successful infiltration, this extension generates various intrusive advertisements, including interstitial, transitional, search, banner, text link, and full page ads.

   
BrowseBurst Ads

BrowseBurst Ads removal instructions

What is BrowseBurst?

BrowseBurst is a potentially unwanted browser add-on developed by SuperWeb LLC. claiming to enhance users' Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons and comparison shopping. Although this added functionality may seem legitimate, users should be aware that this plugin is categorized as adware. This potentially unwanted application is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and installs on browsers without users' consent via a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. After successful infiltration, this plug-in generates various advertisements, including transitional, interstitial, text link, search, banner, and full page ads. Furthermore, BrowseBurst tracks users' Internet browsing activity by recording IP addresses, URLs visited, pages viewed, search queries, browser types, operating systems, unique identifier numbers, and other information.

   
isearch.safefinder.net Virus

isearch.safefinder.net virus removal instructions

What is isearch.safefinder.net?

The isearch.safefinder.net browser hijacker infiltrates Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) via free software downloads. Browser redirects to this website are caused by a potentially unwanted application called 'SafeSearch Smartbar' created by Linkury Inc. Internet users often install SafeSearch adware inadvertently without their consent when downloading and installing freeware. At time of research, this browser plugin was distributed using deceptive freeware 'download clients' and fake downloads. For example, fake Java updates or fake Internet browser updates. After successful infiltration, SafeSearch Smartbar modifies users' Internet browser settings by assigning the homepage and default search engine fields to isearch.safefinder.net

   
HQ Video Professional Virus

HQ Video Professional virus removal instructions

What is HQ Video Professional?

Created by Kimahari Software Inc., the HQ Video Professional browser plugin promises to enhance users' YouTube experience by configuring videos to the highest available quality. While some computer users may find such functionality useful, in fact, the HQ Video Professional add-on is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application. The software infiltrates browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. Computer users often install HQ Video Professional inadvertently without their consent when downloading free software. After successful installation, this browser plugin diminishes browser performance and generates intrusive ads including, for example, price comparison ads, coupons, pop-unders/ups, banner, inline text, or transitional ads.

   
GigaClicks Crawler

GigaClicks Crawler removal instructions

What is GigaClicks Crawler?

GigaClicks Crawler (or WebStroller) is a potentially unwanted program created by GigaClicks Inc. Developers of this software claim that it utilizes unused computer power and broadband connections to crawl the web. While this functionality does not appear malicious, PC users should be aware that GigaClicks Crawler is categorized as adware, and moreover, some trusted antivirus programs categorize this program as a Trojan. This software should not be trusted since its functionality is identical to malware, turning PCs into bitcoin miners and draining computer resources without users' consent.

   
Windows Antibreach Suite

Windows Antibreach Suite removal instructions

What is Antibreach Suite?

Windows Antibreach Suite is a fake antivirus program, which mimics the detection of high-risk security threats in order to scare unsuspecting PC users into purchasing a 'full version' to supposedly eliminate 'detected' security infections. Be aware that this program should not be trusted - it is a scam created by cyber criminals. These criminals make money from PC users who fall for the fake security warning messages and purchase a license key for this rogue antivirus program. This bogus software infiltrates operating systems via hacked websites, which display fake a Microsoft Security Essentials alert message with the purpose of tricking Internet users into downloading and installing Windows Antibreach Suite.

   
RadioRage Virus

RadioRage toolbar removal instructions

What is RadioRage toolbar?

RadioRage is a potentially unwanted application developed by Mindspark Inc. This browser add-on is compatible with Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer and claims to enhance the Internet browsing experience by allowing users to listen to their favourite music via the installed toolbar. Although this functionality may seem legitimate, computer users should be aware that RadioRage Toolbar is categorized as adware since it infiltrates computers using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' and installs on browsers without users' consent. After successful installation, this browser extension redirects browsers to home.tb.ask.com. Furthermore, this potentially unwanted browser plug-in tracks users' Internet browsing activity by recording IP addresses, search queries, default language settings, browsers types, and other information.

   

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