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Videosaver Ads

Videosaver Ads are adware pop-ups that may attempt to share various video links to youtube and others. Through Videosaver Ads computer users may be redirected to other unwanted sites and have the internet settings changed to load an alternate home page or search engine. The Videosaver Ads may disrupt surfing the internet at various times while it displays unwanted ads. Putting a stop to the Videosaver Ads usually requires detecting and removing all related components that may have been loaded from a previously downloaded freeware application.

Posted on November 18, 2013 in Adware

Dsl.mapjs.net

Dsl.mapjs.net is an adware site that pay attempt to offer certain online games or links that redirect you to unwanted sites. Through the Dsl.mapjs.net site PC users may be presented with unwanted ads that disrupt surfing the internet or using some programs installed on the infected system. Some cases the Dsl.mapjs.net site may display surveys or questionnaires to fill out. Either way, Dsl.mapjs.net is an unwanted site that should have its components removed immediately.

Posted on November 18, 2013 in Adware

Soft 196 Pop-up Ads

Soft 196 Pop-up Ads is an adware threat that is known for displaying random pop-up ads that may redirect you to unwanted sites. Through Soft 196 Pop-up Ads you may be offered online deals or presented with offers that seem to be too good to be true. Clicking on the Soft 196 Pop-up Ads may send you to sites that attempt to display other online offers, potentially leading to unwanted site redirects where questionable downloads could be involved. It is best that the Soft 196 Pop-up Ads be removed through the use of an antispyware tool.

Posted on November 18, 2013 in Adware

Mario Forever Toolbar

Mario Forever Toolbar is a web browser add-on and hijacker that is known to provide additional features for searching the internet and quickly accessing certain social network sites. The Mario Forever Toolbar uses the popular Mario brothers theme with the proper logos as to entice use of the search services in the toolbar and the redirected home page. Usually upon installation of Mario Forever Toolbar, which is known to take place through downloaded freeware applications, the browser default home page and default search engine is changes to the search.conduit.com site. Removal of the Mario Forever Toolbar and all of its add-ons will be necessary to stop the unwanted redirects and to change your default home page to something more desirable.

Posted on November 18, 2013 in Malicious Toolbars

‘Fine Has Been Paid’ Ransomware

The Fine Has Been Paid Ransomware is a misleading notification that may appear on your computer asking that you pay a fine of $450 through MoneyPak for deleting your criminal records. The Fine Has Been Paid Ransomware threat is much like previous FBI viruses in that they attempt to trick PC users out of money through pop-up message claiming to come from law enforcement agencies. In the case of Fine Has Been Paid Ransomware it pretends to block your computer for violation of certain copyright and related right laws in the distribution of illegal content over the internet. PC users should not pay the fine ask by the Fine Has Been Paid Ransomware. Instead, the removal of the Fine Has Been Paid Ransomware should be performed through the use of an antispyware tool.

Posted on November 18, 2013 in Ransomware

Lyrmix Popup

The Lyrmix pop-up advertisements have been associated with adware. Typically, the Lyrmix pop-up is present on computers that contain a PUP, or Potentially Unwanted Program. PUPs associated with the Lyrmix pop-up typically take the form of Web browser extensions or toolbars for the most popular Web browsers on the Windows operating system, that may include Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. The Lyrmix pop-up consists in highlighted or underlined words on Web pages being visited by the affected Web browser. When the cursor passes over the highlighted words, a large, obtrusive pop-up advertisement appears on the affected Web browser. The Lyrmix pop-up interferes with the normal use of the affected Web browser and is considered severely irritating by many computer users. Many computer users mistakenly refer to the Lyrmix pop-up as being caused by threats, despite the...

Posted on November 15, 2013 in Adware

Olyrics Ads

Olyrics is a Potentially Unwanted Program, commonly abbreviated as PUP. When Olyrics is installed on a computer, Olyrics typically takes the form of a Web browser add-on or toolbar. Once Olyrics has been installed, Olyrics changes the affected Web browser in order to cause redirects and pop-up advertisements. Questionable marketers profit from using platforms like Olyrics by taking over victims' Web browsers and forcing them to visit websites associated with Olyrics or view various marketing pop-ups. Olyrics is disruptive and may prevent computer users from using the affected computer normally. If you are experiencing problems related to Olyrics, malware analysts strongly recommend the use of a reliable security application to remove any unwanted content related to Olyrics that may remain on the affected computer. The PUP itself should be uninstalled at once. Typical Symptoms...

Posted on November 15, 2013 in Adware

Def.findci.net

The Def.findci.net domain has been associated with PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) that may cause pop-up advertisements on the most popular browsers on the Windows platform. Browsers affected by Def.findci.net advertisements may include Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Def.findci.net advertisements may appear when victims try to connect to unrelated Web pages or carry out a search on an online search platform and may happen because a PUP installed on the victim's PC has made unwanted changes to the affected browser's settings. Common advertisements associated with Def.findci.net offer victims coupons and special deals on popular online services and goods. Despite this, it is important to remember that any supposed advantage that may be gained from PUPs associated with Def.findci.net is far outweighed by the many issues associated with Def.findci.net...

Posted on November 15, 2013 in Adware

Srv.aileron.com

The Srv.aileron.com URL has been linked to PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) that may cause pop-up advertisements on the most popular Web browsers on the Windows operating system. Web browsers affected by Srv.aileron.com may include Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Srv.aileron.com may appear when computer users try to connect to unrelated websites or carry out a search on an online search engine and may occur because a PUP installed on the victim's computer has made unwanted changes to the affected Web browser's settings. Typical advertisements associated with Srv.aileron.com offer computer users coupons and hard to believe deals on popular online services and products. However, it is important to remember that any supposed benefit that may be gained from PUPs associated with Srv.aileron.com is far outweighed by the many problems associated with Srv.aileron.com...

Posted on November 15, 2013 in Adware

Websearch.searchisbestmy.info

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Websearch.searchisbestmy.info is a low quality search engine that is closely related to a browser hijacker infection. Browser hijackers associated with Websearch.searchisbestmy.info are typically considered PUPs, or Potentially Unwanted Programs. This is not always the case; some other forms of threats may include browser hijacking components. PUPs themselves are typically not considered as threatening as Trojans, worms or rootkits, despite often having characteristics that may be just as disruptive or potentially harmful. PUPs associated with Websearch.searchisbestmy.info may make unwanted changes to the victim's Web browser settings, often to ensure that the computer user is...

Posted on November 15, 2013 in Browser Hijackers

Ad-emea.doubleclick.net

The Ad-emea.doubleclick.net URL is part of a legitimate advertisement platform that is used by many website administrators to monetize their content. There are many legitimate products and services that are promoted through the use of Ad-emea.doubleclick.net. The Ad-emea.doubleclick.net URL is closely related to Google and is not considered unsafe. However, PC security researchers have received reports from computer users that Ad-emea.doubleclick.net appears on affected computers without any apparent cause, often becoming disruptive or irritating. If you have problems with Ad-emea.doubleclick.net pop-up advertisements or other symptoms associated with Ad-emea.doubleclick.net, this usually indicates that adware is installed on your computer. It is important to note that various adware campaigns may take advantage of legitimate advertisement platforms to carry out attacks. For example,...

Posted on November 15, 2013 in Browser Hijackers

Pup.digitalsite.a

Pup.digitalsite.a is a potentially unwanted program that may start performing actions such as displaying pop-ups or ads on your system. The Pup.digitalsite.a may also redirect users to unwanted sites while they are surfing the internet. In any case the Pup.digitalsite.a is annoying and should be remedied through a removal processing utilizing an antispyware application.

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Buzzsearch Deals

Buzzsearch Deals is a PUP, or Potentially Unwanted Program. Buzzsearch Deals is installed on the affected computer as a Web browser toolbar, extension or add-on. Once Buzzsearch Deals is installed, Buzzsearch Deals makes various unwanted changes to the affected Web browser's settings. Buzzsearch Deals is designed to generate advertising revenue at the expense of computer users. It is important to understand that any supposed benefits from Buzzsearch Deals are heavily outweighed by the various harmful effects Buzzsearch Deals has on the affected computer. It is also important to note that Buzzsearch Deals is extremely irritating, disrupting normal activities on the affected Web browser in order to display advertisements. If Buzzsearch Deals is installed on your computer, security researchers strongly recommend that computer users use a reliable anti-malware application to ensure that...

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Adware

Adware.Win32/Ginop

Adware.Win32/Ginop is an adware threat that may be installed on your system without your knowledge usually through a previously downloaded and installed freeware program. The Adware.Win32/Ginop is known to display random ads that may redirect users to unwanted or questionable sites. Through Adware.Win32/Ginop PC users may be bombarded with several ads at once that interrupt surfing the internet. It is necessary that Adware.Win32/Ginop be completely removed to put a stop to it delivering ads on an infected system.

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Adware

Adware.Win32.Screensaver

Adware.Win32.Screensaver is an adware program that may display random ads in a pop-up window. Usually the Adware.Win32.Screensaver ads are displayed at random where it may interrupt normal usage of a PC. Adware.Win32.Screensaver is more of an unwanted program than an actual PC virus, though it may conduct several actions for displaying ads even while surfing the internet. Removal of the Adware.Win32.Screensaver threat is essential to put a stop to annoying pop-up ads on an infected computer.

Posted on November 14, 2013 in Adware
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