• How to remove Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com Popup Ads & Redirects

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    How to remove Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com Popup Ads & Redirects

    What is Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com:

    Threat Classification: Adware

    Recently, we’ve received many complains from various users, which basically told us, that they are not able to use their browser, because of the Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com Popup Ads & Redirects they experience on almost every web page. We’ve forward a review request and our malware research team concluded, that the Yourdailytrailer.yournewtab.com Popup Ads & Redirects are caused by an Adware infection, which had infiltrated many systems by using some suspicious software bundle, which was configured to install a rogue browser extension using silent or stealth installation and to modify some operating system and browser settings, making the system recovery very very complicated.  [Read More…]

  • How to remove Start.searchcontrolsettings.top Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove Start.searchcontrolsettings.top Popup Ads & Redirects

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    How to remove Start.searchcontrolsettings.top Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove Start.searchcontrolsettings.top Popup Ads & Redirects

    What is Start.searchcontrolsettings.top:

    Threat Classification: Adware

    Our security experts have shown us multiple emails from various users, which were complaining by the Start.searchcontrolsettings.top Popup Ads & Redirects, that they were experiencing recently. Of course, this led to a closer review by our malware research team, which concluded, that the Start.searchcontrolsettings.top Popup Ads & Redirects are caused by an Adware infection, which has infiltrated multiple computers using some suspicious software bundles, which were set to use silent or stealth installation and modify several operating system and browser settings, which made the system recovery much harder.  [Read More…]

  • How to remove Ads by Side Terms

    How to remove Ads by Side Terms

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    How to remove Ads by Side Terms

    How to remove Ads by Side Terms

     

    What is Side Terms:

    Threat Classification: Adware/PUP

    Side Terms (a.k.a. SideTerms) is presented as a browser extension, that enhances user’s browsing experience by showing the related searches on the wide of the most visited web pages. Our malware experts ran some tests & found out, that the Side Terms is a rogue browser extension, often installed using suspicious software bundles, configured to use silent or stealth installation and which modifies some browser and system settings, which make the recovery of the system even harder. Furthermore, our malware researchers warned us, that the SideTerms is using intrusive ads delivery techniques and that’s why it should be classified as an Adware. Finally, our malware experts recommend all users, which are experiencing lots of intrusive Ads by Side Terms to check their systems for malware infections, as the appearance of these intrusive Ads by Side Terms is a clear sign of an active infection on the PC. Our malware expert concluded, that Ads by Side Terms are usually caused by a rogue browser extension, capable of infiltrating user computers without consent and when active it starts to display multiple intrusive ads on almost every web page, the user visits. Often most of these adware infections are using all the data, that could be collected, including all the URL visited by the user, the originating IP address (user’s IP address – location) all the information it could collect from the browser, which unfortunately could include usernames, passwords, form data + bank accounts, addresses and much more private browser data and the cookies and other data send by the remote site, which basically means – the entire traffic in both directions + all the saved browsing info. When the product collects this data, it actually keeps it and adware developers are often selling it to 3rd party companies, which will use it for their own marketing purposes! That’s why we strongly recommend all users to remove the Side Terms (or SideTerms) browser extension as soon as possible and to run a full system malware scan, using some recently updated, reputable anti-malware product, just like the SpyHunter4. [Read More…]

  • How to remove Privacy-search.biz Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove Privacy-search.biz Popup Ads & Redirects

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    How to remove Privacy-search.biz Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove Privacy-search.biz Popup Ads & Redirects

    What is Privacy-search.biz:

    Threat Classification: Adware

    Our security experts have warned us, that many users experience issues & interruptions while browsing the web by lots of Privacy-search.biz Popup Ads & Redirects, which are making web browsing almost impossible. After some tests & experiments, our malware researcher found out, that the Privacy-search.biz Popup Ads & Redirects has been caused by an active Adware infection, which infiltrated multiple computer using a rogue software bundle, configured to install using silent (quiet) or stealth installation process and hijacked some browser settings and registry values to make recovery much complicated.  [Read More…]

  • How to remove B1.speedlog.co Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove B1.speedlog.co Popup Ads & Redirects

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    How to remove B1.speedlog.co Popup Ads & Redirects

    How to remove B1.speedlog.co Popup Ads & Redirects

    What is B1.speedlog.co:

    Threat Classification: Adware

    Currently, many internet users are complaining from the interruptions in their web browsing by lots of B1.speedlog.co Popup Ads & Redirects, which are very intrusive and basically started to be a culprit while users try to browse the WWW. Our malware researchers have ran multiple tests and performed a closer review and have concluded, that the B1.speedlog.co Popup Ads & Redirects are caused by an active Adware infection, infiltrated various systems using a rogue software bundle, which was configured to use silent (quiet) or stealth installation procedure, in order to modify some of the settings of the operating system & the web browser, which made the infection removal and the system recovery even harder.  [Read More…]