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Search.coolmediatabsearch.com Redirect

Search.coolmediatabsearch.com redirect removal instructions

What is search.coolmediatabsearch.com?

There are many various fake search engines similar to search.coolmediatabsearch.com, including funmediatabsearch.com, smartmediatabsearch.com, futuremediatabsearch.com, etc. All are promoted as useful and legitimate search engines with various additional features. In fact, like many similar search engines, search.coolmediatabsearch.com is promoted using a browser hijacker - in this case, Cool Media Tab, which is categorized as potentially unwanted application (PUA), since it collects data relating to users' browsing activity. The search.coolmediatabsearch.com search engine also collects data.

   
Error # 0xx90025ee9 POP-UP Scam

Error # 0xx90025ee9 removal instructions

What is Error # 0xx90025ee9?

"Error # 0xx90025ee9" is a fake error message, a security warning similar to many other fake messages such as Error Code :S112276, MS-SYSINFO32, System Firewall Has Blocked Some Features, etc. Typically, fake error messages (or others) appear on untrustworthy, deceptive web pages. In most cases, users visit these sites unintentionally - they are redirected to them by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or intrusive ads. Users often install PUAs inadvertently. The apps can lead to deceptive/untrustworthy websites, deliver ads, and record data relating to users' browsing activity.

   
Persubscribe.com POP-UP Redirect

Persubscribe.com redirect removal instructions

What is persubscribe.com?

persubscribe.com is a rogue website similar to ariocroft.com, mansubscribe.com, intimepoint.com, and many others. It cause redirects to other dubious sites. Research shows that visitors arrive at persubscribe.com inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs) or intrusive ads displayed on other rogue sites. Be aware that many PUAs infiltrate systems without permission. As well as causing redirects, they deliver intrusive advertisements and gather sensitive information.

   
Search.hmytvcenter.co Redirect

Search.hmytvcenter.co redirect removal instructions

What is search.hmytvcenter.co?

search.hmytvcenter.co is a search engine that, according to its developers, provides users with free access to various popular TV sites directly from the browser. In fact, this is a fake search engine that is promoted by the My TV Center browser-hijacking app. In most cases, users install My TV Center inadvertently and it is thus categorized as a potentially unwanted application (PUA). Furthermore, search.hmytvcenter.co and My TV Center record information relating to users' browsing activity.

   
Searchshp.com Redirect (Mac)

How to remove searchshp.com browser hijacker from Mac?

What is searchshp.com?

Very similar to searchp.icu, homesweeklies.com, playsearchnow.com, and many others, searchshp.com is a fake search engine. The developers claim that this search engine provides the most relevant results and quick access to popular websites (such as Soundcloud, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and so on). Judging by its clean interface, this may seem to be a legitimate search engine, however, searchshp.com is promoted using rogue downloaders and installers that modify affected browser settings without users' permission. Furthermore, this website records data relating to browsing activity.

   
Search.searchgtp2.com Redirect

Search.searchgtp2.com redirect removal instructions

What is search.searchgtp2.com?

search.searchgtp2.com is just one of many fake search engines available online. According to its developers, this search engine helps to track packages managed by delivery companies (such as UPS, FedEx, USPS, and so on) directly from the browser. The search.searchgtp2.com website is promoted by Tracker Package, a potentially unwanted application (PUA) that is categorized as browser hijacker. This website and PUA collect data relating to users' browsing habits.

   
Search4Musix Browser Hijacker

Blpsearch.com redirect removal instructions

What is blpsearch.com?

blpsearch.com is just another fake search engine that supposedly allows users to search, listen, and find artists, music and albums directly from the browser. Judging by appearance, this site may seem to be a legitimate and useful search engine, however, it is promoted using a potentially unwanted application (PUA), a browser hijacker called Search4Musix. Most users install browser hijackers inadvertently. Once Search4Musix is installed, it modifies browser settings and collects browsing-related data (blpsearch.com also collects data).

   
Sicck Ransomware

Sicck ransomware removal instructions

What is Sicck?

Sicck is a ransomware-type virus that stealthily infiltrates systems, encrypts most stored files, and renames them using the following pattern: "[developer's_email]original_filename.sicck". For example, "sample.jpg" might be renamed to a filename such as "[sicck@protonmail.com]sample.jpg.sicck". Encrypted data immediately becomes unusable. As well as encrypting data and renaming files, Sicck creates a text file ("How__to__decrypt__files.txt") and places a copy in every existing folder.

   
Under-cover.info Redirect

Under-cover.info redirect removal instructions

What is under-cover.info?

Developers present under-cover.info as a legitimate Internet search engine that generates improved search results and, therefore, enhances the web browsing experience. These claims often trick users into believing that under-cover.info is a legitimate Internet search engine. In fact, developers promote it using deceptive software downloaders/installers designed to hijack web browsers and stealthily modify various options. In addition, under-cover.info gathers information relating to users' web browsing activity.

   
Ariocroft.com POP-UP Redirect

ariocroft.com redirect removal instructions

What is ariocroft.com?

ariocroft.com is one of many similar rogue websites (such as mansubscribe.com, intimepoint.com, and incomingnow.com) available online that redirect visitors to other dubious/untrustworthy sites. Generally, people arrive at ariocroft.com inadvertently - they are redirected by potentially unwanted applications (PUAs). Typically, users install these apps unintentionally, without their direct permission. Once installed, PUAs cause unwanted redirects, collect data, and deliver intrusive advertisements.

   

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