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How to Get Rid of Www-mysearch.com Browser Hijacker – Notorious Adware Removal

Published February 2nd, 2016 by Zola

I’m infected by www-mysearch.com. I’ve tried the usual stuff, malwarebytes, combofix, and adwcleaner, none of them are picking this up and getting rid of it. I’m running IE11 and Firefox and it’s infected both of them. Basically when I open my browser I get a fake “bing’ page.  I can navigate away from it by typing in a new URL but it’s getting annoying and I don’t know what else it might be doing. Thanks in advance for any help.

What Is Www-mysearch.com? Should I Keep It?

Www-mysearch.com appearing as a webpage on your browser can hijack your browser and interrupt your normal surfing mode. Although it looks like other legit search engines, it is disturbing for you to search for whatever you want if your browser is stuck with www-mysearch.com. Here is a screenshot of this site:

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How to Remove Sear4m.xyz Browser Hijacker – Get Rid of Sear4m.xyz Search Engine Problem

Published February 2nd, 2016 by Zola

If your browser forwards you to another search engine http://sear4m.xyz/, your computer might infect with an annoying browser hijacker. Please read on to learn the useful methods to remove it from your computer.

What Is Sear4m.xyz? Is Your Computer Invaded by Sear4m.xyz?

Sear4m.xyz looks like a legit search website but is actually deemed as a troublesome browser hijacker which breaks into users’ PCs by its illegal distribution way of bundling. It aims at hijacking users’ browser home page and search engine and getting profits via promoting its sponsored websites. Here is a screenshot of this browser hijacker:

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Completely Remove 1 855 718 3514 Pop-up from IE/ Chrome/ Firefox/ Edge – Fake Tech Scam Removal Guide

Published February 2nd, 2016 by Genevieve

Question:

Just received a pop-up malware warning message. Said to call Microsoft technical support at 1 855 718 3514. ?Seemed a bit fishy but I wanted to find out who was on the other end of that phone number. Got someone claiming to be PC tech support. I hung up, didn’t want to get in trouble.
I closed the malware warning window, even though it said don’t close it or you will damage your computer.
What is going on? Is that a legitimate MS phone number? Is this a scam

Answer:

Yes, this is a scam, and 1 855 718 3514 is not a legitimate Microsoft phone number. The pop-up malware warning message asking you to call Microsoft technical support at 1 855 718 3514 is malicious and intrusive. Read the rest of this post »

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Remove Malware.MPL.Heur.vb and Malware.Win32.Gen.1F4A.sm!ff Completely from Your Computer

Published February 1st, 2016 by Zola

Malware.MPL.Heur.vb and Malware.Win32.Gen.1F4A.sm!ff Description

Malware.MPL.Heur.vb and Malware.Win32.Gen.1F4A.sm!ff are both malware infections which are often bundled with free/share programs or software. They can also be distributed via spam email attachments or hacked web sites. You have to be careful when surfing the Internet and always pay close attention to anything you want to install onto your computer.

Just like other members of the malware category, Malware.MPL.Heur.vb and Malware.Win32.Gen.1F4A.sm!ff inject their own files and registry entries to your system and change your default browser settings. As a result, you may encounter a series of browser hijacker, redirection or advertisements pop-ups when browsing the Internet. They can affect all your browsers including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. They can also change your start-up items as well so that they can activate as the windows boot, so your system may run slowly and sluggish. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove (423) 845-7012 Pop-up Scam? – Tech Support Scam Removal

Published February 1st, 2016 by Nancy

Recently, there are some PC users complaint that they keep receiving a pop-up with fake alert stating that they were from Microsoft and that they are receiving a critical error from the targeted computer to MS sever. They were asked  to open “Run” and type in “eventvwr” to view the critical error. Did you ever get such issue? If so, please be careful and do not attempt to follow them. Your computer might be entangled with a tech support scam. Reading this post and following the effective guide may help you a lot.

More About (423) 845-7012 Pop-up

(423) 845-7012 pop-up is mainly caused by an adware or potentially unwanted program that has installed on your computer without your knowledge. And (423) 845-7012 is a scam number designed by scammers to to trick inexperience users into purchasing expensive spam tech support and rogue antivirus software via popping up fake alert/warning. You should never be cheated. Read the rest of this post »

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Completely Remove Https://search.yahoo.com/?fr=hp-ddc-bd-tab&type=dc-bcr-is-rhb-50__alt__ddc_dsssyctab_bd_com Redirect

Published February 1st, 2016 by Zola

Brief Introduction about Https://search.yahoo.com/?fr=hp-ddc-bd-tab&type=dc-bcr-is-rhb-50__alt__ddc_dsssyctab_bd_com

Once you get this suspected yahoo redirect, your computer might infect with adware or potentially unwanted program – usually presented as “SearchKnow”.  It is a dubious website that can easily affect all versions of Windows computers and most used Internet browsers including Safari, Yahoo, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.

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