Splendor Search is another ad-supported program that has replaced such applications as Bronze Aid, Discovery App, High Stairs, Wander Burst, Blazer Deals, Gravity Space, and Jungle Net. Research has shown that all of its files (they can be found in the Splendor Search folder in %PROGRAMFILES% or %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%) are signed by Edge Essence. We are sure that this signature belongs to some kind of company that publishes untrustworthy software. It seems that Splendor Search is not the only product it owns. This adware itself is not an extremely bad program; however, it might still act in an undesirable way, so it would be better to remove it from the system. Specialists at anti-spyware-101.com have noticed that Splendor Search is very similar to adware programs that belong to the SuperWeb family. Luckily, it means that it will be possible to erase Splendor Search via Control Panel too.
One of the most feared malware infections are most probably Trojan ransomware programs, such as 7ev3n Ransomware. This Trojan is feared for a good reason. According to our malware specialists at Anti-Spyware-101.com, this ransomware can block your computer so that you cannot launch any executables and it encrypts all your major files at the same time, such as project files, databases, documents, and images as well. Letting this malware on board is a virtual suicide because you may easily lose all your precious files if you do not have a backup on an external HDD or flash drive. When it comes to understanding the damage such a Trojan can do to you and your computer, having security backups start to make a lot of sense. If you do not keep such a copy of your files, there is a good chance that you will never use them again when this infection strikes. Reports show that even if you decide to pay the unusually high ransom fee, it cannot be guaranteed that you will actually get the decryption key, i.e., the private key, which is stored on a secret remote server.
If you want a tool that helps you enhance the download speed for multimedia files, we advise you to avoid You-boost. According to our malware experts at Anti-Spyware-101.com, this application poses an indirect threat to your computer’s security; therefore, it has been labeled as a PUP, i.e., a potentially unwanted program. This application may sound like a useful one at first, but once you know how it operates, we are sure that your opinion will suddenly change. Many users do not even take PUPs seriously since they are not aware of the potential risks such applications may hold for them and for their operating systems. That is why we are here to share the story behind the cover. Our experts say that you are better off removing You-boost from your PC because, before long, you may be introduced to annoying third-party ads and unsafe content through them. Please read our article for better understanding and solutions regarding this PUP.
Webpageing.com is a search engine that our malware analysts have classified as a browser hijacker. Therefore, they advocate for its removal. It is malicious since it is bundled with malicious installers that inject it into a web browser and modify its settings. Thus, it forces people to use it for performing searches online. Apart from the unauthorized modifications to the web browsers, Webpageing.com will also show you commercial advertisements of unknown origin. So it is quite likely that at least some of them will be fake and malicious. Furthermore, this hijacker might gather information about you and use it for marketing purposes. So the sooner you delete it the better.
Qip.ru is a search engine which is closely associated with another legitimate application QIP IM. QIP IM itself is a good program that is available on welcome.qip.ru/im. Unfortunately, we cannot say the same about Qip.ru. No, it is not a very bad search engine; however, specialists still classify it as a potentially unwanted program for several reasons. If you do not like something about Qip.ru too, or feel that it has appeared on your Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox without your permission, you should remove Qip.ru immediately and set another reliable homepage and search engine. Unfortunately, you will not get rid of Qip.ru via Control Panel. In fact, it is not easy to remove Qip.ru from browsers, for example, Internet Explorer users will have to modify the system registry in order not to see Qip.ru anymore. We know that there are many less experienced users among our readers, so we will talk about the Qip.ru removal in a greater detail further in this article.
You may be lead to believe that E-Buyer is a shopping assistant that will help you save money by showing the best available deals. This is untrue, however, and we suggest removing it because it is nothing more than a low-grade ad-supported application. Its job is not to improve your online shopping experience, but make money for whoever owns it. We think that it is safe to say that this application is unreliable because the content it advertises may not always be legitimate because we d not know where its advertising partners come from. In fact, in the worst case scenario, your computer can become severely infected with Trojan-type malware. Please continue reading if you want to know more.
Dealnj advertises itself as a “light-weight browser extension” that finds the best deals and shows them for users when they shop at online stores. The program claims that it does that for only one reason – to save money for you; however, we do not think that it is true because ad-supported programs are primarily created to drive traffic to different web pages and generate money for the publisher. Dealnj supports newer versions of Windows OS and even MAC OS X, Linux, and Chrome OS. Therefore, we are sure that it is targeted at thousands of computer users. As Dealnj claims to be an amazing shopping helper, there are many users who download and install this piece of software because they believe its promises blindly. Of course, Dealnj might enter systems without asking permission as well. Either way, it would be best to remove Dealnj from the system. Luckily, Dealnj will disappear from your PC after you find and eliminate all the extensions it adds to the browsers. Before you do that, read through this article.
Search.myrecipesxp.com is a questionable search engine that will be visible on all your browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox after you install the extension from myrecipesxp.com. Of course, this extension might be distributed in a different way as well. At first glance, Search.myrecipesxp.com does not seem to be a bad search engine. Actually, we cannot call it extremely harmful too; however, we still believe that there is a risk that Search.myrecipesxp.com will put your system into danger. Of course, this will happen only if you use this search engine to find the information on the web. Yes, Search.myrecipesxp.com will enable users to access different recipe websites and even allow them to check the weather forecast; however, in our opinion, it does not mean that it is a good idea to keep Search.myrecipesxp.com. As Search.myrecipesxp.com is closely associated with the My Recipes XP extension, the only way to get rid of it is to remove that extension completely.
OnOffPop is an application which is promoted on onoffpop.com. If you visit this web page, you will immediately notice that the entire web page is in Korean, which suggests that this software has been developed in Korea and is primarily targeted at users living in South Korea. Research carried out by the specialists at anti-spyware-101.com has also confirmed that this application is very prevalent in South Korea; however, it is definitely not the only country whose users are infected with OnOffPop. Specialists say that OnOffPop spreads in Canada too. If you ever encounter OnOffPop but do not live in any of these countries, you should still hurry to remove OnOffPop from your system despite the fact that it looks quite decent. We will tell you more on the OnOffPop removal in this article, so make sure that you read it from beginning to end.
Search.searchfmn.com is a search engine that is promoted by the Fast Maps Now extension, so users only notice its presence after they click on the Install button available on fastmapsnow.com. It is the Click to Install-type button, and it will download and install the extension for Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Google Chrome users usually get the Fast Maps Now extension from the Chrome Web Store (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/fast-maps-now/loacbfmngkflichcfamfmfjcaidijofb?utm_source=chrome-app-launcher-info-dialog). Either way, we are sure that the extension is installed if you see the presence of Search.searchfmn.com. Research carried out by the specialists at anti-spyware-101.com has shown that Search.searchfmn.com is very prevalent in the United States. Of course, it is spread in other countries as well, so there are no users who can be sure that Search.searchfmn.com will not replace their homepages and search engines one day.