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Websearchinc.net Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to websearchinc.net?

What is websearchinc.net?

According to the developers, websearchinc.net is an Internet search engine that generates improved results and, therefore, enhances the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, websearchinc.net may seem similar to Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that websearchinc.net is also legitimate. In fact, this rogue site gathers various information relating to users' browsing activity. Furthermore, it is promoted via rogue download/installation tools that modify browser settings without permission.

   
Mysupersearch.net Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to mysupersearch.net?

What is mysupersearch.net?

mysupersearch.net is presented as an Internet search engine that significantly enhances the browsing experience by generating improved results. On initial inspection, mysupersearch.net may seem legitimate and useful, however, criminals promote this website via rogue downloaders/installers that modify browser settings without permission. Furthermore, mysupersearch.net tracks Internet browsing activity by gathering various user-system information.

   
Access To Your Computer Has Been Restricted Scam

Access To Your Computer Has Been Restricted removal instructions

What is Access To Your Computer Has Been Restricted?

"Access To Your Computer Has Been Restricted" is a fake pop-up error message displayed by a malicious website. Users are redirected to this site by various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that infiltrate systems without permission (the "bundling" method). As well as causing unwanted redirects, PUPs deliver intrusive online advertisements and continually monitor browsing activity by collecting various user-system information.

   
Weemi.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to weemi.com?

What is weemi.com?

According to the developers, weemi.com is an Internet search engine that generates improved results and, therefore, enhances the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, weemi.com barely differs from Yahoo, Bing, Google, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that weemi.com is also legitimate and useful. In fact, developers promote this site by employing rogue download/installation set-ups that hijack web browsers and stealthily modify various options. In addition, weemi.com continually gathers information relating to users' Internet browsing activity.

   
Ads by MediaPlayAir

MediaPlayAir removal instructions

What is MediaPlayAir?

Developers present MediaPlayAir as an improved video player. On initial inspection, MediaPlayAir may appear legitimate and useful, however, this software is categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware. There are three main reasons for these negative associations: 1) stealth installation without consent; 2) display of intrusive online advertisements, and; 3) tracking of users' Internet browsing activity.

   
Queryexplorer.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to queryexplorer.com?

What is queryexplorer.com?

Developers present queryexplorer.com as an Internet search engine that generates improved results and, therefore, enhances the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, queryexplorer.com may seem legitimate and useful, however, this rogue site records various user-system information relating to browsing activity. In addition, developers promote it by employing rogue download/installation set-ups that hijack browsers and modify various options without consent.

   
Gomme Ransomware

Gomme ransomware removal instructions

What is Gomme?

Discovered by malware security researcher, Lawrence Abrams, Gomme is ransomware-type malware that stealthily infiltrates systems and encrypts various data. During encryption, Gomme appends the ".gommemode" extension to the name of each encrypted file. For instance, "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.gommemode". Once files are encrypted, the malware opens a pop-up window with a ransom-demand message.

   
Trotux.com Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to trotux.com?

What is trotux.com?

trotux.com is a dubious website that claims to be a legitimate Internet search engine. It is identical to nuesearch.com, maniihome.com, youndoo.com, and many other sites. By falsely claiming to generate the most relevant search results, trotux.com often tricks users into believing that it is legitimate. Be aware, however, that trotux.com is promoted using deceptive application 'installers' that hijack Internet browsers. Furthermore, this bogus site continually records various information relating to users' web browsing activity.

   
Powerfulsearch.net Redirect

How to eliminate browser redirects to powerfulsearch.net?

What is powerfulsearch.net?

According to the developers, powerfulsearch.net is an Internet search engine that generates improved results and, therefore, enhances the browsing experience. Judging on appearance alone, powerfulsearch.net barely differs from Google, Yahoo, Bing, and other legitimate search engines. Therefore, many users believe that powerfulsearch.net is also legitimate and useful, however, developers promote this deceptive website by employing rogue download/installation set-ups designed to modify browser settings without permission. In addition, powerfulsearch.net continually tracks Internet browsing activity by gathering various user-system data.

   
Jaff Ransomware

Jaff Decryptor System ransomware removal instructions

What is Jaff Decryptor System?

Jaff Decryptor System is a ransomware-type virus discovered by malware security researcher, S!ri. Following successful infiltration, Jaff Decryptor System encrypts various files using asymmetric cryptography. This malware appends filenames with the ".jaff", ".wlu" or .sVn extensions. For instance, "sample.jpg" is renamed to "sample.jpg.jaff". Once files are encrypted, Jaff Decryptor System creates three files ("ReadMe.bmp" [also set as the desktop wallpaper], "ReadMe.txt", and "ReadMe.html"), placing them in each folder containing encrypted files. Updated variants use - README TO SAVE YOUR FILES.txt, README TO SAVE YOUR FILES.bmp and README TO SAVE YOUR FILES.html files to present victims with a ransom demanding message.

   

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