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About Blootab Blootab is a dubious Google Chrome extension that allows you to change the appearance of your homepage. It can also be considered to be a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and a browser hijacker. For one, it uses a questionable method to infiltrate computers and while it’s not exactly malicious, it still is highly questionable. […]
About Securityagainstwannacry.com tech support scam virus Securityagainstwannacry.com tech support scam virus is taking advantage of the recent mass-scale ransomware infection, known as WannaCry. Even if you have no interests in cyber security, you probably have heard of the ransomware that managed to infect more than 200,000 computers in 200 countries.
About Search.gamekapow.com Search.gamekapow.com is a browser hijacker that infiltrates your computer sneakily and attempts to redirect you to sponsored content. It is a typical browser hijacker and there is no need to be too alarmed if you find it on your computer. It will take over your browsers and make changes to them without your permission. Browser […]
About Zztorrent.com Zztorrent.com is an unreliable website that may appear on your browser because of an adware program installed on your computer. If you constantly get redirected to Zztorrent.com, notice your browser being sluggish and see more intrusive advertisements than usual, adware may be indeed present on your computer. It is not a serious infection but it […]
About icoshaderon.com icoshaderon.com is a potentially unwanted program and a browser hijacker that is advertised a browser extension that allows you to customise your homepage. It currently is available only for Google Chrome but that may change in the future. In general, PUPs and hijackers are not exactly dangerous but they often annoy users with their […]
About Searchy.club Searchy.club is a browser hijacker and a dubious browser extension that allows you to search social media websites. You might not even remember installing this extension which means it could have gotten in via free software bundles. This would not be unusual because very rarely would anyone install hijackers willingly.