Yoursearch.me Removal Guide

Screenshot Yoursearch.me is an alternative search engine. This website offers you pretty much the same features as the well-known search providers like Google, Yahoo, and Bing. It has a web, images, videos, and maps tab to specify your search queries. A different feature which sets it apart from other browsing engines is that it has two search fields, one at the top of the page and one at the bottom. Its logo is designed in the same color scheme as that of Microsoft Windows. This does not mean that the engine is in any way associated to the Microsoft OS. It may be purposely done to make the user... read more

Surf-N-Block Removal Guide

Screenshot Surf-N-Block is a program which offers online security optimization. This is offered to help parents protect their children from dangers on the web. The tool is compatible with all versions of Windows and the following web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and Opera. The tool has an official website, located at block-n-surf.com. We have discovered through our security research that the program's website is identical to the site of an adware program, called Blockeru. The URL for this adware's domain is blockeru.co. The design, images, descriptions and all... read more

ClearNiceBrowse Removal Guide

Screenshot If you see popping-up ads when you launch your browser and they have the label "Powered by ClearNiceBrowse" or "Ads by ClearNiceBrowse", you have to know that your browser has been hijacked. The ads are displayed after the browser extension ClearNiceBrowse is downloaded to a user's computer. They pretend to be aimed at showing users the hottest deals available at online shops. The truth is that it is an adware provider and it makes money from tricking users into following the annoying ads. It can take its users to unreliable pages or sites which are aimed at compromising PCs and stealing... read more

Ads by Name Removal Guide

Screenshot Ads by Name is an adware program, disguised as an online shopping helper. The tool will show you all kinds of promotional ads that are supposed to direct towards bargain deals on the web. The program works on its own initiative. It shows you advertisements without being asked to. They pop up on all kinds of websites, many of which will not be related to online shopping at all. The marketing strategy of Ads by Name hides the true purpose of the program. This tool is not interested in providing you with bargain product deals for free as a sign of good will. The adware looks to make profit... read more

Surprise Savings Removal Guide

Screenshot Surprise Savings can be categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Its selling point is helping the user safe money by showing him promotional advertisements. According to the description on its official website, surprisesavings.com, the program offers coupons, discounts and price comparison. It is compatible with all versions of Windows and all web browsers. Surprise Savings gets installed as a browser extension which shows pop-up ads through your web browser, offering various products. The program's service may sound convenient and harmless, but it is not really safe.... read more

ShoppingGid Removal Guide

Screenshot ShoppingGid is a program directed at e-trade, as its name suggests. It is presented as a browser add-on or extension. The tool is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera and Yandex. It offers a wide array of commercial ads, presented in various ways. They are usually brought to you in the forms of coupon boxes and banners, but could also appear in all other advertising formats. The offers the tool makes are advertised as being from reliable websites, such as Amazon, eBay, and AliExpress. This is not necessarily true, though. The program can falsely use the... read more

RinoReader Removal Guide

Screenshot RinoReader is an alternative PDF reader. This program offers to give you a different perspective of these kinds of files. Another thing it does is to support commercial ads. This task is not related to the described purpose of the program. For this reason, specialists have labeled RinoReader as adware. It displays promotional content of all kind. You will see pop-ups, coupons, banners, in-text links, embedded ads and all other kinds of adverts each time you use your browser. The tool uses these advertisements as a source of income. Every ad you follow brings profit for the developers of the... read more

Atajitos.com Removal Guide

Screenshot Atajitos.com is a search website which seems to be just the same as the pages which belong to well-known search providers. There are links on the page which will lead you to some of the most visited websites, including social networks, Google, online games, etc. However, helpful as this page may seem, it cannot provide any different services from these offered by reliable and well-known engines. In fact, not only is this site equal to any search pages you already have used, but it turns out that, unlike them, it may pose a serious risk to your personal details and files. Because of the... read more

Websearch.searchero.info Removal Guide

Screenshot Websearch.searchero.info is website which belongs to a search provider. In case that you see it for your home page or default search engine, there is no doubt that your browser has been hijacked. Do not think the page belongs to a reliable provider. The truth is that it is aimed at redirecting users to sites it has chosen itself without checking for their reliability. It is not advised to keep this suspicious site on your browser. Instead, remove Websearch.searchero.info and replace it with a well-known and effective search engine. Why is Websearch.searchero.info set for your home page?... read more

Remove Crypt0L0cker and Restore the Encrypted Files

Screenshot Crypt0L0cker is a ransomware program which locks your files upon penetrating your PC. It targets all kinds of documents, photos, programs, audio and video files, leaving only the files that are necessary for the Windows operation system to run normally. All infected files will be given a .encrypted suffix to their extension. The win-locker requests that the user pays a sum to get his access back. It displays a warning message on your desktop with big red letters. There will be two files that give instructions on how to complete the transaction needed to decrypt your data. A text document... read more
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