Monthly Archive: October 2013

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How to remove Deal Slider – Ads by Deal Slider (Removal Guide)

The Deal Slider virus (also found as DealSlider virus or Ads by Deal Slider (Smart Apps); though not technically a computer virus) is potential malware categorized as adware and a browser hijacker that installs to a Microsoft Windows computer system and attaches to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension with or without user consent. Deal Slider also bundles with third-party items and other potential malware.

Native Search virus

How to remove native-search.com redirect (Removal Guide)

The Native Search virus (also found as native-search.com redirect virus; though not technically a virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker and spyware that installs to a Microsoft Windows computer and attaches to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension titled fbdownloader with or without user consent. The fbdownloader add-on and extension or other item used to promote native-search.com changes internet browser settings including the home page (start page) and internal browser search engine (default, managed, and provided search engines. This causes affected browsers to redirect to native-search.com in general scenarios and start-up on the Native Search search engine when users open a new browser window or tab.

MoreFunGames virus

How to remove MoreFunGames Toolbar (Removal Guide)

The MoreFunGames virus (also found as More Fun Games virus, MoreFunGames Toolbar, MoreFunGames Toolbar for IE, MoreFunGames Search virus, etc. though not an actual computer virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker and spyware that downloads and installs to a Microsoft Windows PC and attaches to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension with or without user consent. Once MoreFunGames is installed, the program will begin to change existing internet browser settings, including the home page, managed, provided, and default search engine. This causes unwanted browser redirects and start ups to MoreFunGames Search, search.conduit.com, and other sites, and other complications.

Search it virus

How to remove the SearchIT virus – ST New Toolbar (Removal Guide)

The SearchIT virus (also found as SEARCHIT Toolbar, ST New Toolbar for IE, ST New virus ; though not technically a computer virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker and spyware that downloads and installs to a Microsoft Windows computer and attaches to popular internet browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension with or without user consent. THe SearchIT Toolbar add-on and extension titled ST New is used to promote the SearchIT Search Engine (search.conduit.com, bing.com). The SearchIT virus changes internet browser settings including the home page (start page) and default browser search engine (managed, provided) causing unwanted browser redirections to SearchIT, bing.com, search.conduit.com, and other websites.

findr search virus

How to remove Findr Toolbar – Findr Search redirect (Removal Guide)

The Findr virus (also found as findr- or Finder Search virus; though not technically a computer virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker and spyware that downloads and installs to a Microsoft Windows computer and attaches to popular internet browsers including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension with or without user consent. Findr Toolbar add-on and extension is used to promote the Findr Search Engine (search.conduit.com, bing.com). The Findr virus changes internet browser settings including the home page (start page) and default browser search engine (managed, provided) causing unwanted browser redirections to a Findr Search page, bing.com, search.conduit.com, and other websites.

Cyber command of virus

How to remove the Cyber Command virus – Removal Instructions

The Cyber Command virus (also found as the U.S.A. Cyber Command virus, Cyber Command of California, Hawaii, Arizona, North Carolina, Obama virus, cyber police virus, U.S.A. Cyber Crime virus, etc) is a form of dangerous malware categorized as ransomware that frauduently masquerades as the United States government such as the FBI, U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center, Cyber Crime Unit, Department of Justice, and Interpol alike the FBI virus we discovered in 2012 and blocks access to the infected computer by displaying a full screen page that claims the computer was used in illegal cyber activity.

USA Cyber Crime Investigations virus

How to remove the USA Cyber Crime Investigations virus – Removal Instructions

The USA Cyber Crime Investigations virus (also found as the U.S.A. Cyber Command virus/Cyber Command of California, Hawaii, North Carolina, Obama virus, cyber police virus, etc) is a form of dangerous malware categorized as ransomware that masquerades as the United States government such as the FBI, U.S.A. Cyber Crime Center, Cyber Crime Unit, Department of Justice, and Interpol alike the FBI virus we discovered in 2012 and blocks access to the infected computer by displaying a full screen page that claims the computer was used in illegal cyber activity.

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Why sending entire posts to your RSS subscribers is a bad idea

Sending your entire post to your RSS subscribers is a bad idea. That is, if you enjoy website traffic and understand search engine optimization. If you do not like website visitors, publishing your entire post to your RSS subscribers via email is en excellent way to go.

Remove MixiDJ Virus

How to remove MixiDJ Toolbar (MixiDJ V37) – Removal Instructions

MixiDJ and the MixiDJ Community Toolbar is malware, categorized as a browser hijacker that can be manually installed from Mixi.dj, or may bundle with third-party malware, in which the MixiDJ virus utilizes social engineering to entrap victims to their terms. The primary objective of the Mixi.Dj virus is to change existing internet browser settings, in order to bombard a computer user with third-party advertisements from unethical sources such as Coupon Buddy and associated browser hijackers such as Conduit Search engine.

PC HealthBoost virus

How to remove PC HealthBoost – Removal Instructions

The PC HealthBoost virus (also found as PCHealthBoost or PC Health Boost virus; though not technically a computer virus) is malware categorized as scareware that is promoted as an unregistered (free) and registered (full) Microsoft Windows cleaner and optimizer tool; however, PC HealthBoost is essentially a non-beneficial Windows Optimizer program that participates in unethical marketing practices and performs fraudulent or non-beneficial computer scans in order to create customers and collect user information.

Antimalware virus

How to remove Antimalware virus – Removal Instructions

The Antimalware virus (also found as Antimalware PRO) is dangerous malware categorized as scareware and spyware (or rogue software similar to Antivirus Security Pro that is reported to install to a computer system without user consent and cause many complications relating to the invasion of privacy and cyber crimes including credit theft, extortion, and identity theft. The Antimalware virus may also cause other issues for computer and internet users concerning the loss of computer functionality. Antimalware is essentially considered a rogue Microsoft Windows Anti-Anti-Malware or Antivirus program that performs fake registry and system scans concluding in fraudulent results that claim a numerical amount of errors or issues are found.

Gnoosi virus

How to remove Gnoosi.net redirect – Removal Instructions

The Gnoosi virus (also found as GnoosiToolbar virus; though not technically a virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker and spyware that primarily installs to a Microsoft Windows computer and attaches to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension without user consent. The GnoosiToolbar add-on and extension or item used to promote gnoosi.net changes internet browser settings including the home page and default browser search engine. This causes affected browsers to redirect to gnoosi.net and search.yahoo.com and startup on gnoosi.net when users open a new browser window or tab.