Super-search.org is a browser hijacker that is promoting a dubious search engine. You must have allowed the hijacker to install when you installed free software and missed the hijacker being attached. Browser hijackers are not malicious, they are merely aiming to redirect you to sponsored pages so that pay-per-click revenue could be generated. Continue reading
nostopped.net is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and an adware application. It is advertised as a browser add-on that will permit you to access Geo-restricted content. There are two ways you could have obtained this extension, you either got it from the official web page or it entered your computer via free software. In the case of the latter, it was attached to free software in a way that allowed it to install alongside. Continue reading
What is Questsdns.com?
Questsdns.com is a domain which contains a fake Internet search engine. It looks quite trustworthy when you look at it for the first time, but, luckily, specialists are not so easy to fool. They have immediately understood that this search tool is a part of a browser hijacker infection and, as a consequence, cannot be trusted. In fact, they suggest going to implement the Questsdns.com removal the moment it shows up on browsers. Continue reading
Historysnews.org redirects are disrupting your browsing sessions because you have adware installed on your computer. You must have obtained the adware unknowingly when you installed free software. Freeware is how adware spreads, it is attached to it as an additional item. Adware is not a malicious virus and generally aims to make income by exposing you to ads. Continue reading
What is Seekdns.com?
Seekdns.com is a browser hijacker that promotes a dubious search engine. If you have the hijacker installed on your computer, Seekdns.com will suddenly become your homepage. These unwanted changes are performed so that it could redirect you to sponsored pages and make income that way. Redirecting users is the reason why hijackers even exist. Continue reading
GuruofSearch.com is a browser hijacker promoting a questionable search engine. The hijacker must have entered your computer when you installed free software. These kinds of unwanted items are usually attached to free software because no one would install them otherwise. They are set to install alongside the freeware, unless the user manually deselect them. Hijackers are not malicious so Guru of Search will not harm your computer. It will, however, change settings and attempt to redirect you to sponsored pages. Continue reading