How to remove ? How to remove ? Make space and clean your computer ! Sun, 25 Jun 2017 12:55:40 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Remove cookies on off extension Sun, 25 Jun 2017 12:55:40 +0000 The cookies on off extension is an adware. While dealing with this program we’re presented with a tool that claims to be able to either block or authorize cookies from any given domain with a simple click. The problem is that this extension is installed without the user’s approval, therefore victims are only aware of it when it’s too late. As is always the case with this kind of program, the extension is but the visible part of this malware, often presented as useful and harmless, which is exactly the opposite of what we can say of the hidden part. The truth here is that this is a spyware that will analyze and collect data about everything you do on-line; first to present you with countless ads plus to profit from selling your data. What is even worse is that such data might be as personal as usernames and passwords from sites like Facebook but also from your bank website.

It’s really hard to manually remove the cookies on off extension, mainly because it’s usually installed with administrative rights. Fortunately there are several free and automatic tools that will enable you to remove it.

In the future make sure not to trust any hacks you found online nor free programs, and in the case of free programs always customize their install processes.

Below you’ll find a removal procedure to get rid of cookies on off:

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Remove Thu, 22 Jun 2017 16:24:29 +0000 is a browser hijacker, in other words a program that modifies certain web browser settings in order to achieve a change in browsing behavior and response. Among the settings changed we usually find the default homepage and default search engine, with no possibility of rolling back those changes. is also classified as a Search Hijacker because all searches performed by the user are quietly redirected towards specific websites, usually malicious sites that will collect your personal data. is last but not least considered a Homepage Hijacker, an infection specialized on changing the default homepage without the user’s approval so other pages are used, usually malicious ones that will collect private data.

The best way to avoid this kind of issue is to be aware of what you do while you install new programs. Browser Hijackers are distributed through all sorts of new software, free or not, which is why is so easy to fall into the trap of not de-selecting cases that will give you nothing but problems. Besides taking care of what you do and read everything presented on installers, another way to protect yourself from PUP’s is to install a proper antivirus that includes PUP’s detection such as Malwarebytes AntiMalware.

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Remove Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:43:54 +0000 is a search engine very similar to Google. This search engine’s visual look is indeed a lot like the one Google uses, and the results presented when used can be really similar too.

However, it’s important that you realize that is actually a browser hijacker. This term encloses all programs that change the default homepage and/or default search engine in all web browsers installed in a computer at the time of the infection; of course the user is never warned of this before the change takes place. But, why would they want to do this if it’s nothing but a Google’s look alike search engine? Well… the thing is that among those legitimate results shown when used, will insert sponsored links that if clicked increase their income.

The difference between an ad and a legitimate search result are quite hard to tell in this kind of search engines, increasing the probability of you clicking an ad without realizing it. These ads can show news, products or services that could expose you to further and more dangerous problems for your computer. That’s why we strongly advice you to remove as soon as you realize you’ve been infected.

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Remove Mon, 19 Jun 2017 19:08:02 +0000 Browser hijackers such as modify both the default homepage and default search engine in your web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari, Edge…).

This reconfiguration is done in such a way that to roll back to your own settings becomes impossible. Some hijackers change the Windows registry to make sure that their own settings will be set on place every time the computer is restarted. Others prefer to remove from the main menu the “Tools” options, making it impossible to set new values. Hijacking browsers is a technique used mainly to increase advertising incomes and to improve ratings in search engines for specific websites. can be very sturdy and hard to remove without the right tools.

Even though presents itself as an efficient search engine that will return fast results, the truth is that many links of those offered will be sponsored and might be more dangerous than what most users dare to believe. releases itself from any responsibility on what links offered could do. What this means is that you could end up visiting infected websites. Those websites are a real threat because just by visiting them your computer could be infected. This cyber-criminals could also entice you to click on links where they can steal your personal data. If you don’t remove quickly your exposing yourself to all sorts of dangers.

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Remove Thu, 15 Jun 2017 20:19:39 +0000 is a domain name used by certain adware to direct your browsing towards unwanted pages filled with malicious ads. If you’ve been experiencing sudden redirections towards there is no doubt that you have been infected with an adware. Unexpected new windows or forced redirections coming from is just one of the consequences of this adware being installed, you must note that when this adware is installed everything you do on-line might be tracked (websites you visit, everything you type with your keyboard, etc…). That’s why we strongly recommend you to remove as soon as possible.

The infection calling up on was probably a consequence of a download you found on-line. All executable files found on the net, must be considered as public enemy number 1, you should never blindly trust them, specially those found in websites offering cracks, free programs or the latest episode of you favorite TV series.

The tools we recommend below will surely help you remove and any other unwanted program that might also be installed on your computer. All these tools are completely free, safe and come from recognized companies in the anti-virus community, 3 out of 4 of these tools actually come from Malwarebytes.

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Remove Mon, 12 Jun 2017 16:48:15 +0000 can replace both your default homepage and default search engine in either Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, without asking for your approval before changing it.

Giving the fact that there’s no way to directly download and install, it becomes clear that it’s installed through unwanted programs found in streaming websites and download platforms that offer free tools.

This program can be installed through:

  • Hidden or forced installation within repackaged legitimate tools.
  • Fake tools (PDF readers, video players, etc…)
  • Through unscrupulous ads shown by malicious companies.
  • Through other malware.
  • Malicious or secret exploits made by some tools.
  • Social Engineering (through fake messages on Facebook or other social media).

As soon as manages to be installed on your system, it will change your browser’s settings whether you want it or not. becomes your default homepage and default search engine. It will also show ads on their main page. This program is usually installed with many other unwanted tools and advertising programs that can slow down your computer and can expose you to further damage for your system.

The following guide will help you remove and any other unwanted program that might have been installed at the same time.

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Remove Fri, 09 Jun 2017 20:34:21 +0000 is a new Browser Hijacker, in other words, a malicious program that installs itself without your approval in all your web browsers. Either Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari can be affected by this program.

These parasite search engines attempt to modify both your default homepage and default search engine (called hacking), in order to force you to use their page for every one of your searches.

Therefore the developers behind this search engine will earn money through ads and sponsored links that will be inserted in your search results. and other programs like this are usually installed with other programs. Whenever you’re installing new programs, you must not forget to read everything written in each window so you can reject anything offered that you don’t want. If you fail to do this you expose yourself to many unwanted programs such as this.

We strongly advice you to be extra careful when:

  • You will install a program you found in popular downloads platforms.
  • You’re browsing streaming or torrent websites that usually ask you to download all kinds of tools, including codec updates and video players.

The guide and all tools recommended are completely free and will help you to completely remove

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Remove unTabs Wed, 07 Jun 2017 21:04:33 +0000 unTabs is an extension that allows a user to have a browser tab where a list of all opens tabs in Chrome is shown. The listed tabs can be saved on unTabs and therefore closed on Chrome, saving valuable memory space. Afterwards you can reopen any of those saved tabs in any given moment. In other words, this program acts as a temporary favorites list. This program’s function is actually honorable, a word we can not use however to describe the way in which it is usually installed.

Actually, this program is installed without the knowledge nor approval from the user, much as any other adware. unTabs is sponsored through publicity, therefore it’s in the editor’s best interest to get this programs widely installed and in as many users as possible, the problem is that the methods they are using to achieve this goal are quite mischievous. This program can be automatically installed with other programs without being it clearly stated. Which is worse, it can become tricky and difficult to remove. On the following guide we show you how to completely remove it from your computer. We strongly advice you to use all tools included in our guide, in this way you’ll also be able to remove any other unwanted programs that might have arrived with unTabs even if you haven’t notice them yet.

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Remove Tue, 06 Jun 2017 20:35:56 +0000 If you’ve being constantly sent towards a website whose address is, chances are that you were infected with an adware. hosts ads; while we were doing some research on this website we came across a particular ad promoting a game said to be forbidden for those younger than 18 years old, clearly due to semi-nude female characters being portrayed. Of course we didn’t went as far as to attempt to play the game just to see if it was real, but it all matches with a fake game that is used for phishing.

Therefore, if you end up on that page, don’t be naive to go clicking on anything offered, just make sure to close the browser window that was opened and use our free guide to completely remove

Just as a final note, let us tell you that was most likely installed along with something you downloaded from a streaming website or from a download platform. This kind of adware takes every caution needed to get to you unnoticed. Once the deed is done it becomes quite a challenge to fix it manually, specially if you don’t have advanced knowledge related to IT. This adware is installed in such a way that to remove it becomes really difficult.

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Remove Microsoft Official Support Mon, 05 Jun 2017 16:53:52 +0000 “Tech scams”, or more clearly scams related to fake tech support services are currently on the rise. In the beginning we dealt with telephone campaigns where someone posed as Microsoft Official Support, nowadays those scams have evolved to include websites that make browsing practically impossible where alert messages are showed about an alleged infection present in your computer; the goal behind this is tricking you into calling a number that poses as Microsoft where you’ll be convinced to buy (at an outrageous price) a disinfection tool.

All scams considered “tech scams” base their actions into convincing a potential victim that there’s a grave threat in his/her devices, mostly computers. The person on the phone, poses as a real and qualified tech agent, who will quickly suggest an urgent intervention in order to fix the problem.

One of the most known tech scams is working under the name Microsoft Official Support.

These scams operate in one of two ways:

  • Telephone call: where you receive an unexpected call, where someone poses as a Microsoft tech agent to explain you about an infection found in your computer;
  • Fake website: in this case you’ll be shown over and over a web page with a message saying your computer is infected; this website is the result of a malicious ad, usually linked to streaming or illegal downloads websites. If you’re victim of this kind of scam your computer is most likely infected with an adware.
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