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Websearch.searchguru.info Virus

Websearch.searchguru.info virus removal instructions

What is Websearch.searchguru.info?

The Websearch.searchguru.info browser hijacker infiltrates users' Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) through free software downloads. After successful installation, this adware modifies Internet browser settings by assigning the homepage and default search engine fields to websearch.searchguru.info

Moreover, this browser hijacker prevents users from rolling back these changes by using a deceptive browser 'helper object' called 'Search Assistant Websearch'. While the developers of this browser add-on claim that it makes Internet browsing more productive, by providing computer users with 'Best search portals', in fact, the searchguru add-on is useless and categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application.

   
Windows Warding Module

Windows Warding Module removal instructions

What is Warding Module?

Windows Warding Module is a fake antivirus program that reports non existent security infections with the intention of scaring unsuspecting PC users into purchasing a useless license key. This rogue program is created by cyber criminals who distribute it using fake online security scanners and 'exploit kits'. Internet users should be aware that online security scanners able to indicate possible security infections on their systems do not exist - these pop-up ads merely mimic the detection of high-risk security infections to trick Internet users into downloading Windows Warding Module. Exploit kits are security infections, which infiltrate operating systems using outdated software. After successful infiltration, this malware takes full control of the user's operating system, and thus, can easily install fake antivirus programs, ransomware viruses, and Trojans.

   
Bizzybolt Ads and Deals

Bizzybolt ads and deals removal instructions

What is Bizzybolt?

Bizzybolt is a potentially unwanted application, which infiltrates users' Internet browsers using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. Unwilling installations of this browser plugin are often caused by free software 'download clients', which trick computer users into installing Bizzybolt with the free downloaded software. This add-on is developed by SuperWeb LLC and claims to make Internet browsing more productive by displaying website trust ratings and enabling multiple site search capabilities.

   
Search.ominent.com redirect

Search.ominent.com redirect removal instructions

What is search.ominent.com?

The Search.ominent.com Redirect is caused by a potentially unwanted application called "Ominent toolbar" created by weDownload Ltd. This adware installs on users' Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) with free software downloaded from the Internet. After successful infiltration, this browser hijacker modifies browser settings by assigning the homepage and default search engine fields to search.ominent.com

Commonly, computer users install this toolbar inadvertently without their consent when tricked into doing so by deceptive freeware 'download clients' - these small programs often hide the 'decline' button used to opt-out of installation of this potentially unwanted application.

   
Browsebit virus

Browsebit virus removal instructions

What is Browsebit?

Browsebit is a potentially unwanted application developed by SuperWeb LLC. This company is known for releasing identical browser plugins (adware) under different names in order to avoid detection by antivirus and anti-spyware programs. This add-on is distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. Commonly, Internet users install this plugin without their consent when downloading free software. While Browsebit promises to make Internet browsing more productive by adding multiple site search capabilities and displaying website trust ratings, in fact, this plugin adds no significant value, and moreover, generates intrusive ads and tracks users' Internet browsing activity.

   
Windows Active HotSpot

Windows Active Hotspot removal instructions

What is Active Hotspot?

Windows Active Hotspot is a fake antivirus program, which generates fake security warning messages in order to trick unsuspecting PC users into purchasing a useless license key. Cyber criminals responsible for creating this scam use fake online security scanners and 'exploit kits' to proliferate this bogus software. Fake online security scanners are pop-up ads, which mimic the scanning of users' computers and then report 'critical security issues', which can supposedly be eliminated by downloading and installing Windows Active Hotspot. Exploit kits are malware infections, which rely on outdated software in order to infiltrate users' operating systems. After successful infiltration, this rogue antivirus program modifies the operating system registry file and configures itself to run automatically on each system start-up.

   
NationZoom.com Virus

Nationzoom.com virus removal instructions

What is nationzoom.com?

The 'Nationzoom.com virus' is a term used to describe a potentially unwanted application, which modifies Internet browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) settings by assigning the default search engine and homepage fields to nationzoom.com This browser hijacker is distributed using a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling'. Commonly, Internet users install this browser hijacker without their consent when downloading free software. Recent research shows that this browser settings-changing adware is also proliferated using fake downloads (for example, fake browser, Java, or Flash Player updates). This adware is especially rogue since it installs a browser 'helper object' (Wsys Control), which prevents users from changing their browser settings. Furthermore, this adware modifies the shortcut targets of any installed Internet browsers.

   
Trontizer Ads and Deals

Trontizer ads and deals removal instructions

What is Trontizer?

The Trontizer browser add-on claims to make Internet browsing more productive by enabling multi-site searching, displaying website trust ratings, and displaying discount codes when visiting online shopping websites. This plugin is created by SuperWeb LLC and is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Whilst on initial inspection, this browser extension may seem legitimate, Internet users should be aware that Trontizer is categorized as adware since it tracks users' Internet browsing habits, generates unwanted ads, and is distributed using free software downloads (in some cases, fake downloads). SuperWeb LLC, the company responsible for developing Trontizer, releases identical browser extensions under different names in order to avoid detection by legitimate antivirus and anti-spyware programs.

   
BrowseSmart Virus

BrowseSmart virus removal instructions

What is BrowseSmart?

BrowseSmart is a potentially unwanted application developed by SuperWeb LLC. Creators of this browser add-on state that it makes Internet browsing more productive by enabling multiple site searching (search results from multiple sources in a single location), displaying website trust ratings, and displaying coupons and deals when shopping online. Whilst such functionality many seem legitimate, the BrowseSmart plugin is categorized as a potentially unwanted application or adware since it installs on users' Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and, Mozilla Firefox) without their consent, generates various unwanted ads, and tracks users' Internet browsing habits. Commonly, unwilling installation of this plugin is caused by deceptive free software 'downloads clients' or fake downloads.

   
Feven Ads

Feven removal instructions

What is Feven?

Feven is a potentially unwanted application developed by Brightcircle Investments Limited. This browser add-on is distributed using fake downloads and deceptive free software 'download clients'. The software commonly installs on users' Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) without their consent. Developers of this browser extension claim that it saves time and money whilst shopping online, and while such functionality may seem legitimate, Internet users should be aware that Feven is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application. Therefore, you are advised not to use this browser add-on. After successful infiltration, this browser plugin causes various unwanted ads including intrusive coupon ads such as Jollywallet coupon ads, pop-up ads, and Ads not by this site when users visit online shopping websites. Clicking on these third party advertisements can result in privacy issues or installation of malware.

   

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