The SaveSense virus (also found as the Save Sense virus, brought by SaveSense virus, SaveSense Updaeter, SaveSense Deals, or Ads by SaveSense; 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. SaveSense primarily bundles with third-party items and other potential malware that may cause further complications.
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The SweetPacks virus (SweetPacks Toolbar, Sweet Packs) is term used to describe a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that causes many problems for computer users. Potential SweetPacks malware changes existing internet browser settings of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer, including the homepage and default search engine, which causes affected internet browsers to start up on and redirect to search.sweetpacks.com, sweetpacks-search.com, sweetim.com, and other websites.
InfiniNet (also called Infini Net or InfiniNet virus) is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and cross-browser adware that bundles with freeware and other unwanted programs, as well as malicious threats. Potential InfiniNet malware and programs that it bundles with can access user browsing data, including all browsing activities, bookmarks, and browser history, and can inject websites with targeted advertisements based off of the user browsing data.
Secure Downloader is a browser extension that claims to suspicious context files and internet downloads with more than 40 Antivirus engines for free. However, is known to access and manage user browsing data in for a variety of marketing purposes. Users may notice pop-up ads if Secure Downloader is installed.
This Yappyz removal guide will help you completely remove the Yappyz virus, other unwanted programs, additional malware, and get rid of ads by Yappyz on Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.
A new variant of malware that affects internet routers and Google Analytics has been discovered. The new router malware is designed to inject questionable ads and pornography into the websites you visit. The new malware modifies the affected router’s DNS settings in order to target and intercept Google Analytics codes and replace them with new malicious code.