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NetSpeed App Removal

NetSpeed App falls into the category of ad-supported programs, despite of how it is promoted. The adware claims to be a useful tool that can help you test your Internet speed. It even has an official page, netspeedapp.com, that actually looks more or less reliable. You should not be fooled by that, because the main goal of the software has nothing to do with bringing you helpful features. It is impossible to download the program from its official site, even though it has a Free Download button on it. That is never a good sign. All it means is that the application travels bundled with freeware and shareware. It also means that it is very likely that you never wanted to acquire it in the first place. We suggest that you terminate NetSpeed App without delay. Read more...

Remove One System Care

One System Care might look very useful at the first glance. However, being a potentially unwanted program (PUP), it carries no benefits to the user. It is advertised as an application that can help you enhance the performance of your personal computer. It is supposed to be an optimization tool that is able to scan you computer, find all the files and applications that may interfere with your computer's capacity, and delete them for good. Unfortunately, the program does not perform the functions promised. Even if you have downloaded the application yourself, do not trust its results. More specifically, do not trust anything the PUP claims. It is obligatory to uninstall One System Care from the PC because it is both useless and threatening. Read more...

Omniboxes Search Removal

Omniboxes is a browser hijacker that is spread all across the Web secretly. It attacks and usurps your browser sneakily and without your permission. It has no useful features at all, just like many other potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). Actually, quite the opposite: it makes your browsing rather dangerous and you may experience various attacks of malware and viruses because of it. This is no surprise: this kind of behavior is common to all browser hijackers, and that is why you have to remove omniboxes and get your usual home page back. You have probably already seen that the default search engine, new tab page, and home page are modified according to the PUP. Do not tolerate this: as soon as possible, restore your settings by eliminating the PUP. Switching to another browser that you have will not help: omniboxes hijacks all of them. It is able to hijack Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome. Read more...

Mysearch-engine.net Removal

Has your home page been replaced by a weird website that you have never seen before? You were attacked by nothing else than a browser hijacker, and now it is very important to fix the mess it has made. This hijacker is also classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Moreover, every user has to be informed about its actions so that he/she could later distinguish a useful program from an unreliable application. Firstly, a dubious program does some changes without the direct permission given by the user. In this case, Mysearch-engine.net appears instead of your default search engine, new tab, and home page. This is quite alarming because you are unable to use your browser as before: the hijacker acts quite differently from your usual search engine. As you now know that the PUP means nothing but trouble, remove Mysearch-engine.net from the computer before any other inconveniences are caused. Read more...

Duckduckgo.com Removal

Duckduckgo.com is a legitimate online search engine that has been presented several years ago. It is distributed under Perl 5 license. You can set it as your home page and default search provider in Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer. The search engine is promoted as a tool that does not track you when you search the Web as opposed to other well-known engines. It provides results collected from different sources including Wikipedia, Bing, Yandex, and its own DuckDuckBot. If you have changed your browser settings yourself, you should not have any difficulties with Duckduckgo.com. However, if your settings have been modified without your consent, you should check your PC for potentially unwanted programs. In this case, we would also suggest that you eliminate Duckduckgo.com from your browsers. Read more...

CryptoLocker Removal

CryptoLocker is a dangerous ransomware infection that can enter your computer without your notice. The malware is aimed at extorting money from computer users in exchange for the promise of decrypting their files. Of course, the parasite is what encrypts them in the first place. CryptoLocker is similar to other harmful programs of this type such as TeslaCrypt, Chimera, CryptoWall, DecryptorMax, and some others. It infiltrates your system, encrypts your files and presents you with a message stating that the only way you can get your files back is by purchasing a private decryption key. We do not recommend wasting your money, because trusting cyber criminals to follow through on their promises to restore you data is not a good idea. We suggest that you terminate CryptoLocker without hesitation. Read more...

Knctr – How to remove?

Knctr seems to be a legitimate and a very useful application at first sight because it promises to enable users to call for free, connect to social networking websites easily, and simply declares that it will allow users to “stay connected with the people & events that matter most.” Even though Knctr seems to be a really beneficial program, the truth is that it is classified as a potentially unwanted application (PUP). The fact that it falls into this category means that Knctr might act in an unwanted way. It is difficult to say what it is really going to do; however, if you notice something suspicious about Knctr or simply do not want to keep installed suspicious programs on your system, make sure that you delete Knctr as soon as possible. We can guarantee that you will not miss this program because Knctr is not as beneficial as it claims to be on its official website. Read more...

Quivisi.com – How to remove?

You have probably opened this article because you noticed a strange home page on your browser, and you want to know what it is and how to remove it. Well, here you will get all the answers. First of all, quivisi.com is a browser hijacker. If you have never encountered a browser hijacker before, you are probably astonished to see that the new tab page, home page, and default search engine are replaced by this unknown website. You probably cannot remember doing this, and this is understandable: the PUP (potentially unwanted program) simply usurps all your browser options and does a lot of modifications without your consent. It is no secret that quivisi.com is compatible with a lot of browser so that there would be a lot of users infected. Even if you have Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome all at once, you may not have an infection-clean browser at all because this hijacker is made to attack all of them. Only after you remove quivisi.com you can use your computer normally. Read more...

Findmeta.com – How to remove?

Findmeta.com is listed as a suspicious infection that can infiltrate your computer via freeware or shareware bundles. Findmeta.com is classified as a browser hijacker and it can actually cause serious computer issues. Therefore, you should not wait any longer and remove Findmeta.com as soon as possible. Please make sure that you perform Findmeta.com removal correctly because the threat may use even the smallest of your mistakes to stay on the PC. For the best results, we recommend to read the whole article. By following the instructions attentively, you will be able to delete Findmeta.com once and for all. You can find more information on how to get rid of the annoying browser hijacker at the very end of this report. Read more...

Allinsearch.com – How to remove?

Allinsearch.com is definitely not one of the most dangerous infection that can attack your personal computer. It is, in fact, a browser hijacker and it can affect only your browser, unlike the majority of viruses like Trojan horses. However, there are still some things that should be taken into consideration. First of all, you should not use your browser until allinsearch.com removal takes place. The reason for this is simple: the browser hijacker has a few methods of spreading viruses and malware, and you should avoid it if you care about the safety of your PC. Moreover, this PUP (potentially unwanted program) is called a browser hijacker for a reason: it changes quite a lot of options regarding your Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome. You should not be surprised to see that the homepage, search provider, and the new tab window have turned into allinsearch.com, a website that you do not wish to have. Uninstall allinsearch.com now because it is the only way to bring back your default settings. Read more...