CrossBrowser is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) which accesses the operating system alongside freeware programs, including PicColor, VuuPC, WordProser, and some others. The CrossBrowser program is an Internet browser based on the Chromium platform, which means that the interface of the browser is very similar to Google Chrome, which very often confuses computer users. Our team at Anti-Spyware-101.com recommends that you remove CrossBrowser from the computer, and, if you are not familiar with the characteristics of this program, keep on reading to find out why you should not delay removing it from your PC.
X-rates is an application that displays currency exchange rates. However, it has been deemed potentially unreliable and we advise you to consider removing it. Whether this application shows valid currency exchange rates will not be debated in this article, because the additional features that this application has speak on behalf of this program. The application masquerades as a useful program, which works, but many users will expect it to do more. In any case, the application gathers information about you. So if you want to know more about X-rates, please continue reading.
Secure-surf.com is a search engine which is often classified as a browser hijacker because it can replace your homepage and search provider without your consent. Of course, other versions that inform users and allows them to decide whether apply the changes might also exist. It does not really matter whether you have agreed with those changes yourself or Secure-surf.com has replaced your browsers without your permission because you still have to get rid of Secure-surf.com. It will not be enough to change the default browser because you will see this search engine on all the most popular browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Luckily, our specialists can help you to remove this search engine and set another search provider. They are ready to share their knowledge with you, which means that you will definitely know how to get rid of Secure-surf.com by the end of this article.
If you are a twitter user, you might want to use something like UnfollowAlert, which is an application that claims to send you messages when someone decides to unfollow you, but we would advise you against it. Our security specialists at Anti-Spyware-101.com have found that this program is not beneficial for you and classified it as adware. As a matter of fact, the presence of this adware may be rather detrimental to your system’s health. It is also possible that this application has not entered your system alone. In that case, you cannot waste time, you need to step up and deal with the infiltrators before they cause you more damage. Not understanding the potential risks might cost you time and money. If you read our article, you will understand more why removing UnfollowAlert is inevitable if you want to keep your system clean.
Computer Pal is an adware program that collects information on what websites you visit to provide you with customized commercial content. It should be a useful application that should improve your web browsing experience in one way or the other. However, the truth is quite the opposite. While Computer Pal is not a malicious computer infection, it is still rather dangerous, in a way that it could be misused by cyber criminals to promote malware and to gather personal information for online marketing purposes. It is strongly recommended that you remove Computer Pal immediately, as this application brings nothing but trouble. And you most certainly want to avoid that.
There are plenty of annoying programs that promise one thing and then turn out to work in a completely different way. Unfortunately, DealForUse is one of those programs, and it might enter your operating system unexpectedly. Even though it is highly unlikely that this program will enter without permission, there are no guarantees that you will not install it by accident. Are you careful when installing software? Do you always analyze the information provided? If you do not, you could install truly unpredictable and dangerous programs without even knowing it. Even though your operating system might already be infected with malware; it is never too late to talk about responsible software acquisition. We hope that once you remove DealForUse, you will not repeat the same mistakes again.
Users keep looking for the best search tool, and software developers keep exploiting this demand. This is why there are so many browser hijackers and unreliable search tools. Homepage-web.com might resemble a browser hijacker as well, but our researchers identify it as a suspicious search tool. If you believe that this search tool was installed onto your PC without your permission, it is likely that you have installed it by mere accident. The thing is that many users are still careless about how they install software, especially when it comes to freeware, which is why so many unreliable and undesirable programs are floating across the web. Luckily, Homepage-web.com is not an infection that can cause damage. Nonetheless, we understand how annoying it might be to install undesirable software, which is why we are ready to help you get rid of it.
CryptPKO Ransomware seems to be a variant of CTB-Locker, which is known to be a serious ransomware infection. Both of these threats enter the system without permission; usually, a Trojan slithers onto the computer and then it downloads ransomware. If this ever happens to you, there is no doubt that you will notice that very fast because all of your files will be encrypted. On top of that, you will notice that your background has been changed and there is the message. This warning will disappear only if you remove the ransomware infection from the system. Unfortunately, CryptPKO Ransomware cannot be erased via Control Panel; thus, you should not expect that you will be able to get rid of it manually. Even though the manual removal of CryptPKO Ransomware is very difficult or nearly impossible, there is still one way to eliminate it from the system. We will provide you with all the necessary information in this article, so make sure that you read it from beginning to end.
Your-home-page.net is a search engine that is supposed to improve your web browsing experience. However, our security specialists recommend against using this search service provider on a regular basis. There is no guarantee that Your-home-page.net can provide you with reliable search results. What’s more, the search engine may be used to redirect you to potentially harmful websites. Therefore, to prevent any potential system security issues, it would be for the best to delete Your-home-page.net from your computer immediately. Do not forget that it may not be enough to get rid of this search engine to ensure your system’s security. Thus, be ready to look for other undesirable programs as well.
Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com have deemed Cleaner Pro a potentially unwanted program. This program is only semi-functional and will only fix the discovered issues only if you register the product, which is not free. This should furrow the eyebrows of many experienced PC users, since many registry cleaners can do the same task free of charge. The bottom line is that registry errors do not slow down or in any way hamper your computer’s performance. So we suggest that you remove Cleaner Pro and get yourself a better and above all free application if you insist on cleaning your computer’s registry.
We are sure that you value your virtual security. If that is the case, why did you install QWebber? You must have thought that this program is trustworthy and will bring you many benefits. Unfortunately, experts here at Anti-Spyware-101.com indicate that this seemingly harmless browser extension is actually an advertisement-supported program that should be eradicated as soon as possible. This adware can spy on you, communicate with unfamiliar parties (which can be done without your permission), and showcase misleading online offers. Most users need no other proof that this ad-supported program is unreliable, but, if you are still not sure why you should remove QWebber, we have created this report explaining why this adware must be eliminated.