I can’t trust this Search.safer.com anymore! It claims that I can use it to search online safely, but I was kept being redirected to other websites when I try to look for something on the web. That is really annoying to have this stuff on my computer as I cannot be able to change the homepage to another one. How can I solve this? Is it a virus or something that can harm my computer? What should I do now?
Brief Introduction to This Website
It is not a good idea to keep this Search.safer.com on your computer even thought it looks safe and sounds like a legit website. As a matter of fact, this website belongs to a kind of computer infection which we call it browser hijacker. It is a computer threat that created by cyber hackers with vicious purposes. The main goal for this infection is to generate different types of pop-ups and sponsored links to computer users who keep it on their machines. Cyber hackers can exploit those derivates to achieve some other goals like increasing the ranking for some specific web pages on the Internet, and luring people to pay money for some useless stuff. In another word, all this hijacker can bring to users are troubles rather than convenience. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on January 30, 2015 6:02 am and last modified on January 30, 2015 6:05 am.
My computer was badly messed up by this Live-soft12.checker-24.com redirect, and it turned out to perform extremely poorly. The browser hijacker popped up all of a sudden while I clicked on a junk email attachment. It caused lots of troubles and damages during all activities performed on the computer. It made me frustrated that the anti-virus software failed to pick up the hijacker infection. Shall I try any other security product? If not, how can I get rid of the browser hijacker completely? Any redirect removal guide will be helpful.
Brief Introduction about This Live-soft12.checker-24.com
Live-soft12.checker-24.com is identified as a pesky browser hijacker which becomes a big problem to computer users. It is distributed by cyber hackers to target worldwide computers running with different Windows operating systems. It can be downloaded to the target computer automatically and show up every time you launch the hijacked web browser. Besides, this fake website may ask you to keep it as your default browser homepage, in order to perform more harmful actions on the system. Every time you try to visit webs, news, images or videos, you will be forcibly redirected to non-beneficial web pages which are associated with browser adware or pesky third parties online. Also, you can be freaked out at getting pesky ads, coupons, fake offers and doubtful download sources that ask you to visit harmful online resources and download unnecessary programs. Your desktop background, browser homepage and other computer settings can be modified by the redirect infection at random. Before any further damage occurs to the computer, you had better take measures to delete the nasty browser redirect from the computer completely and quickly.
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Published by Matt Johnston on January 29, 2015 6:00 am
Hey there, I have this Search.eshield.com as my homepage for a long time. Firstly, I don’t know too much about it except I can use it for online searching. But with time goes, I found that whatever I look for by using it, I cannot get the satisfied answers from it. Instead, I have been redirected to many other websites that lure me to buy things. I don’t know if this is a computer problem, I just want to know how I can get rid of it as I can’t change the homepage from the browser settings. Please help.
Brief Introduction to This Website
Search.eshield.com looks like a legit search engine that can help people to find information on the Internet. However, the fact is that this domain has nothing to do with the online searching. It is a kind of computer threat that made by cyber criminals who want to get illegal incomes and achieve malicious goals from innocent computer users. Inexperienced users can hardly notice it as a computer infection as it looks totally harmless to them. They would keep this infection on their browsers as they may even think it can bring convenience to them when they go online. In a word, it is not wise to have this domain as the homepage on your computer cause it is a browser hijacker. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on January 29, 2015 5:58 am
Hey, can you help uninstall this Websearch.ezsearches.info from my computer? Many different kinds of ads pop up from this webpage. Well, last night I was playing a game, suddenly a message asking me to update the flash player popped up and I had to update as it required, because I cannot continue the game without updating it. Since then my internet browser started to run improperly. But those pop-ups drive me to be crazy. I cannot finish any activities on my computer now. Please help me to get rid of it as soon as possible.
Description of Websearch.ezsearches.info Hijacker
Websearch.ezsearches.info is a fake search engine tool to redirect PC users to malicious websites or links; actually it’s sorted to be the browser hijacker to infect Internet browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Safari and so on. Of course, it can definitely compromise with windows computer and Mac. Cyber criminal designs this hijacker to take control targeted computer then they can spy on users’ activities then steal something important for illegal purpose. This redirect infection is distributed online worldwide. Hackers insert the extension of this hijacker into those free downloading programs, and when online users download those programs, the extension of this redirect will also come into your computer with installing free software. Besides, when we randomly or carelessly open malicious website, we may see some strange message like updating Java, flash player, media player and s on or saying your computer is highly infected and need to be run the software offered by this website to delete, which are all fake and aim to mislead or scare some innocent PC users to click on those message. Once you click on those messages, the Websearch.ezsearches.info redirect will also come. This browser hijacker together with other malwares is all spread online, and what we do is to keep an eye on our online behavior to decrease the chance of bringing malware.
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Published by Michael Myn on January 28, 2015 3:37 am and last modified on January 28, 2015 3:39 am.
I need help with this Ads.ads-ki.com redirect removal, for I can’t get rid of it via my security product. The browser hijacker targeted my Firefox while I was downloading a freeware. It replaced my browser homepage and showed many pesky popups on the hijacked browser. My computer was in a big mess, and I was freaked out with this browser hijacker. What should I do? How to remove this redirect completely? Any advice on this redirect removal will be helpful.
Brief Introduction about This Ads.ads-ki.com
Ads.ads-ki.com is a fake website displaying with numerous pop-up ads or messages. Its interface seems quite reliable at the first sight, in order to trick you into setting it as your default browser homepage. The bogus website also has its own search system which brings you lots of troubles. Actually, it is not a reliable web page but a malicious browser infection that should be deleted from the computer immediately. As this browser hijacker is distributed by cyber hackers to perform malicious actions or carry out illegal purposes. It is highly capable of affecting worldwide computers and hijacks your Internet browsers including Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Internet Explorer and so on. Upon arrival, the redirect will appear every time you launch the hijacked Internet browser. When you try to visit webs, news, images and videos etc. you will be typically redirected to other harmful web pages filled up with pesky ads, coupons, pop-ups and fake offers. The key point of the hijacker infection may be used by hackers to trace your system records and online history to carry out illegal activities. Consequently, PC users had better get rid of the browser hijacker as soon as possible.
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Published by Matt Johnston on January 26, 2015 1:37 pm
Those pop-ups are driving me insane. Those all come from CheapNEnjoy. I can’t remember when this thing came to my computer as I haven’t done anything wrong. It can be really difficult for me to find out the problem and solve it as I quite don’t know too much about the computer. Can it be eradicated? I just want my computer back to normal. Please help!
Brief Introduction to This Adware
CheapNEnjoy is a potentially unwanted program that targets on innocent computers. It is a adware that generates countless of pop-ups on the infected computer once it has sneaked into them successfully. It can really annoying to be disturbed by something when you are playing games or working on your computer. Generally speaking, those pop-ups are mainly E-coupons which can help users to save money when go shopping online. However, we can hardly find that people who get this adware on their computers can get benefits from it. Nothing can prove that it is a legit money-saving program. Users who get heaps of ads by this CheapNEnjoy should take immediate actions to get rid of it, otherwise, the corrupted machines can get more problems and troubles. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on January 26, 2015 5:59 am and last modified on January 26, 2015 5:59 am.
Infected by JS: Agent – DIE [Trj] virus? I got this Trojan virus alert on my anti-virus software, and I deleted all detected items. But the malware still popped up after the system reboot. Why can’t antivirus get rid of the Trojan virus? My computer was in a big mess, and it failed to perform smoothly as usual. I am not computer savvy. What mothed can I try to deal with the virus safely? Any malware removal tip will do me a great favor.
Information about JS: Agent – DIE [Trj] Virus:
JS: Agent – DIE [Trj] is identified as a dreadful computer virus that has been circulated for a long time. It turns out to be a big computer problem to worldwide users. It is looking for computers running with Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 7 and Windows 8 and so on. Actually, the Trojan virus is designed by cyber criminals to perform malicious actions on contaminated systems. It remains key risk to system records and online history, for cyber hackers try to pilfer your vital information for illegal purposes. Upon initializing, the virus drops hazardous codes like adware, worms and malware to your computer. Besides, it makes changes to your computer files and creates new harmful files with random names. Indeed, the Trojan takes up lots of your computer resources, which results in your slow system performance and constant computer freezes. For example, you will be stuck and even frozen up when surfing the net, playing games and running large programs. In fact, such a Trojan is capable to corrupt your normal programs, making it unable to protect your computer against threats.
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Published by Matt Johnston on January 25, 2015 1:14 pm
I recently downloaded a program called SystClean accidently on my computer. Firstly, I wish it could protect me from virus attack, but after I use it to scan my computer, it gives me a warning that there are thousands of errors on my computer. I was so scared to see those stuff and don’t know what to do as I don’t have too much appropriate computer knowledge. If I want to use this program to fix the problems, I have to pay. I was about to give my money out, but when I go online and do some research, someone on the Internet said that this SystClean is a virus. So now I think I must get a big trouble in my computer. How can I handle this? Please help.
Brief Introduction to This Program
Recently, a program named SystClean has been reported by many victims. It is a kind of computer infection that has caused severe problems to the infected computers, and people can get money losses if they are cheated by its appearance. This infection belongs to a specific computer threat that can be categorized as rogue anti-virus program. It is a type of infection that made by cyber hackers with fake appearance which makes it look real as a legitimate security tool. The interface of this infection can be really confused to inexperienced computer users. In this case, many PC users can fall into this virus’ trap as they can hardly distinguish it as a computer threat. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on January 25, 2015 4:11 am and last modified on January 25, 2015 4:12 am.
My computer was messed up by this Lp1.playerpage108.info redirect and it performed poorly. The computer was stuck frequently while I loaded webs, played games and ran large programs. Indeed, the browser hijacker brought me lots of troubles. But I found it difficult to be removed by the anti-virus software which was updated recently. How can I get rid of the hijacker from my computer without making any damage? I was freaked out with this redirect infection removal. Please help!
Brief Introduction about This Lp1.playerpage108.info
Lp1.playerpage108.info is identified as a browser hijacker that is highly capable to affect computer users all over the world. As a browser infection, it can be circulated for a long time. It spreads widely through the Internet. PC users are apt to pick up this browser hijacker when you visit bogus webs, fake email attachments and doubtful download sources and so on. Upon arrival, the redirect adds to your web browsers Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, and Opera etc. and performs malicious actions during your Internet searches. Such a browser redirect has its own search system which will force your specified websites to be loaded there. That is, every time users go to webs, news, videos and images etc. and search for specific keywords, you will be typically redirected to unwanted content which belongs to browser adware or doubtful third parties online. Besides, you can be frustrated with random pop-up ads or messages displayed by the hijacker or some unknown adware. Actually, your computer is in a big mess. It is necessary for you to delete the nasty browser redirect from your computer early and completely.
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Published by Matt Johnston on January 24, 2015 6:12 am
I have no clue on how to get rid of this Trojan.Win32.Badur.lhoi on my Windows XP desktop. It has been a while when my anti-virus program detected it for the first. I thought my security tool has already removed it for me but every time I boot up my computer, I can still get the virus warning about this stuff. How can I eradicate this Trojan completely and permanently? I’m not a computer savvy, so please help.
Brief Introduction to This Trojan
Trojan.Win32.Badur.lhoi is a notorious computer virus that comes from the Trojan infection family. There are thousands types of Trojan virus that existed nowadays as it has a long history since the Windows operating system was first created in the 1985. That is to say, the targets of the Trojan infection can only be the computers which run Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and 8. It is an illegal product made by cyber criminals who want to achieve illicit purposes from innocent computer users. Hackers can take advantage of this infection to connect to the corrupted computers without users’ notice. If computer users keep this thing on their computers for a long time, they would suffer from computer damages and even financial losses. Read the rest of this post »
Published by Tony Shepherd on January 23, 2015 8:00 pm