Monthly Archive: January 2014

16start.com virus removal

How to remove the 16start.com virus (Redirect Removal)

The 16start.com virus (also found as the 16start virus, 16start Search virus, 16start redirect virus, 16start Toolbar, www.16start.com virus, and other terms; although not technically a computer virus) is potential malware classified as a browser hijacker 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 with or without user consent.

finedealsoft virus

How to remove finedealsoft (Virus Removal)

The finedealsoft virus (also found as the brought by finedealsoft virus, Ads by finedealsoft, finedealsoft pop-ups, Fine Deal Soft virus, etc.; although not technically a computer virus) is potential malware classifed as adware, a browser hijacker, and spyware 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 in order to serve targeted advertisements and create additional privacy and computer functionality problems for computer users.

jaamla virus removal

How to remove the Jaamla virus (Redirect Removal)

The Jaamla virus (also found as the Jaamla.com virus, Jaamla Search Engine, Jaamla Toolbar, Jaamla redirect virus, virus, and other terms; though not technically a virus) is potential malware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP) categorized as a browser hijacker and spyware that installs to a Microsoft Windows computer and attaches to Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension with or without user consent.

Awesomehp virus

How to remove the Awesomehp virus (Redirect Removal)

The Awesomehp virus (also found as the Awesomehp.com virus, Awesomehp Search Engine, Awesomehp.com redirect virus, and other terms; though not technically a virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker and adware, and spyware that may install to a Microsoft Windows computer and attache to Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension without user consent.

Deal Finder virus removal

How to remove the Deal Finder virus (Removal Guide)

The Deal Finder virus, also referred to as the Save As Deal Finder virus or Deal Finder Superfish virus (powered by Superfish) is a combination of invasive malware categorized as adware and browser hijacker that primarily displays unwanted Deal Finder advertisements and promotes unethical software associated with SuperFish malware. Deal Finder installs as a browser attachment (BHO, add-on, and extension) to computers, likely without consent in order to display unwanted advertisements powered by SuperFish, including SpecialSavings ads and others in the form of pop-ups, pop-unders, in-text, and side scrolling coupon/deals that pop-up when hovering over text or products on certain websites. It has been reported that uninstalling Deal Finder and removing the Deal Finder add-on and extension will stop Deal Finder advertisements from appearing.

Windows Ultimate Booster virus

How to remove Windows Ultimate Booster (Virus Removal)

The Windows Ultimate Booster virus (also found as the Ultimate Booster virus, Windows Booster virus, Windows Ultimate Booster 2014, etc.) is malware categorized as scareware and spyware (rogue software) that installs to a computer system without user consent in order to cause problems relating to the invasion of privacy and cyber crimes including credit theft, extortion, and identity theft.

Windows AntiVirus Helper virus

How to remove Windows AntiVirus Helper (Virus Removal Guide)

The Windows AntiVirus Helper virus (also known as AntiVirus Helper virus, Windows AntiVirus Helper Ultimate, etc.) is malware similar to Windows AntiVirus Tool that is categorized as scareware and spyware categories of computer infections (or rogue/fakevimes). Windows AntiVirus Helper is malicious software that masquerades as a legitimate program. This fake Antivirus installs to a Microsoft Windows operating system with or without user consent in order perform fake scans, and over all cause severe privacy related issues.

windows efficiency kit virus

How to remove the Windows Efficiency Kit virus (Scareware Removal Guide)

The Windows Efficiency Kit virus (also found as Windows Efficiency Kit PRO, Windows Efficiency Kit Ultimate, WindowsEfficiencyKit virus, etc.) is malware that is categorized as scareware and spyware rogue software) and is reported to install to a computer system without user consent and cause many serious problems for users relating to the invasion of privacy and cyber crimes such as credit theft, extortion, and identity theft.

inbxx virus removal

How to remove the inbxx virus (Removal Guide)

The inbxx virus (also found as the inbxx.com virus, inbxx Search Engine, inbxx Toolvar, inbxx redirect virus, virus, and other terms; though not technically a virus) is potential malware categorized as a browser hijacker that installs to a Microsoft Windows computer and attaches to Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and in rarer cases Google Chrome as a browser add-on, browser helper object (BHO), and extension with or without user consent.

windows prime accelerator virus

How to remove Windows Prime Accelerator virus (Scareware Removal Guide)

The Windows Prime Accelerator virus (also found as the WindowsPrimeAccelerator virus, Windows Prime Accelerator Ultimate, etc.) is malware categorized as scareware and spyware (or rogue software) that installs to a computer system without user consent and causes many problems for computer users concerning the invasion of privacy and lose of computer functionality. The Windows Prime Accelerator virus also heightens the risk of cyber crimes including credit theft, extortion, and identity theft.

Fassurun virus

How to remove the Fassurun virus (Removal Guide)

The fassurun virus (also found as the fassurun Ads virus, brought by fassurun virus, TopicTorch by fassurun, fassurun pop-ups, etc.; though not technically a computer virus) is potential malware categorized as adware, a browser hijacker, and spyware 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 in order to serve targeted advertisements.