Monthly Archive: April 2015

DealsRuS virus

How to remove DealsRuS (Virus Removal Guide)

DealsRuS is deceptive adware that usually bundles with various potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and freeware. DealsRuS adware is disturbed by free download websites such as Cnet, Softonic, and others. It is primarily used to monetize free programs and online services. Once DealsRuS adware has been contracted it will violate a user’s privacy by accessing personal browsing data and generate pop-up advertisements that usually say Ads by DealsRuS, brought by DealsRuS, or powered by DealsRuS on them.

BrowseMark virus

How to remove BrowseMark (Virus Removal Guide)

BrowseMark (BrowseMark virus, Browse Mark) is generic adware and plugin adware that generates pop-up ads across Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. This adware will serve pop-up and targeted advertisements that usually say Ads by BrowseMark, powered by BrowseMark, or brought by BrowseMark on them.

VeriBrowse virus

How to remove VeriBrowse (Virus Removal Guide)

VeriBrowse is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware that is noted for generating generic pop-up ads, pop-under ads that open a new browser window, and in-text hyperlink ads across Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. Advertisements displayed by this program can sometimes be identified by text that says Ads by VeriBrowse, brought by VeriBrowse, or powered by VeriBrowse on them.

PriceChop virus

How to remove PriceChop (Virus Removal Guide)

PriceChop is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and cross-browser adware that serves pop-up and targeted advertisements that will usually say “Ads by PriceChop, powered by PriceChop, or brought by PriceChop on them. This adware primarily bundles alongside other unwanted programs and can reach a computer system without user consent or knowledge.

Shopping Blast virus

How to remove Shopping Blast (Virus Removal Guide)

Shopping Blast (ShoppingBlast) is included in the adware category of possible computer threats. Antivirus and Anti-Malware programs may also detect it as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Once Shopping Blast adware has been contracted it will inject visited webpages with pop-up ads, in-text ads, and sponsored search results.

AllDeaLApp virus

How to remove AllDeaLApp (Virus Removal Guide)

AllDeaLApp (also known as AllDeaLApp virus, All Deal App) is an ad-serving program and browser extension that injects the webpages you visit with pop-up advertisements. It is detected as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware by popular and reputable internet security programs. Ads displayed by this adware will often say “Ads by AllDeaLApp” on them.

offer4u virus

How to remove offer4u (Virus Removal Guide)

offer4u is the title of an advertisement supported program and platform. It is detected as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware by popular internet security programs. This adware will serve pop-up and targeted advertisements that often say “Ads by offer4u” on them.

websearch.freesearches.info virus

How to remove websearch.freesearches.info (Virus Removal Guide)

websearch.freesearches.info is a website associated with potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) and browser hijackers that access a computer system without user knowledge and take control of an affected internet browser. In turn, internet users will fall victim to unwanted browser redirects to websearch.freesearches.info search engine every time they open a new browser window, open a new browser tab, or search the web using the address or omni bar.

OkayFreedom

How to remove OkayFreedom (Removal Guide)

OkayFreedom (OkayFreedom virus) is a VPN program and service. The free version of OkayFreedom can inject the webpages you visit with pop-up advertisements. Pop-up ads by OkayFreedom are usually delivered by third-party adware that the VPN program introduces to a computer system.

SeaLeiPiluis virus

How to remove SeaLeiPiluis (Virus Removal Guide)

SeaLeiPiluis (SeaLeiPiluis virus) is detected by various Antivirus and Anti-Malware vendors as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and adware. This adware is published by the same developers who created SalePlus adware. Once this adware has been contracted it will generate pop-up and targeted advertisements that say “Ads by SeaLeiPiluis.”

GistBox Clipper

How to remove GistBox Clipper (Virus Removal Guide)

GistBox Clipper (GistBox Clipper virus) is detected as generic adware by reputable Antivirus engines. GistBox Clipper arrives on a Microsoft Windows computer system as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and attaches to Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari as a browser add-on and extension. Once GistBox Clipper adware has been contracted it will generate advertisements that say “Ads by GistBox Clipper” or something similar on them.