How to remove HDD Repair (Uninstall Guide)

What is HDD Repair?
HDD Repair is a fake system security software that is considered as a Rogue. Rogues are malicious programs that hackers use to trick users by displaying false threats and problems that it claims to have detected. In reality, none of the issues are real and are only used to convince the user into buying their software and stealing their personal financial information

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How to remove System Recovery (Uninstall Guide)

What is System Recovery?
System Recovery is a fake system security software that is considered as a Rogue. 
Rogues are malicious programs that cyber criminals use to trick users by displaying false threats and problems that it claims to have detected. In reality, none of the issues are real and are only used to convince the user into buying their software and stealing their personal financial information

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:22

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How to remove Seachlog.com redirect (Virus Removal Guide)

Seachlog.com is a browser hijacker that is bundled with other free software that you download off of the Internet. When installed this browser hijacker it will set the homepage and search engine for your web browser to http://seachlog.com.

This itself is not considered malicious as there are many legitimate programs that change these settings as well. What is considered malicious, though, is that it will also append the argument http://seachlog.com to random Windows shortcuts on your desktop and your Windows Start Menu.

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:21

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How to remove Windows 7 Restore (Uninstall Guide)

What is Windows 7 Restore?
Windows 7 Restore is a fake system security software that is considered as a Rogue. 
Rogues are malicious programs that cyber criminals use to trick users by displaying false threats and problems that it claims to have detected. In reality, none of the issues are real and are only used to convince the user into buying their software and stealing their personal financial information

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:20

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How to remove Search.yahoo.com Adware (Virus Removal Guide)

Search.yahoo.com is a legitimate search engine, however there are plenty of browser hijackers (oursurfing, istartsurf, istart123) which redirect the users search queries to Yahoo Search.

These browser hijackers will hijack your installed web browser homepage and search engines so that it will display the Yahoo Search home page and search engine instead of your normally configured ones. When installed this type of malware will modify your web browser configuration so that the home page becomes Search.yahoo.com.

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:19

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How to remove BoanCop (Uninstall Guide)

What is BoanCop?
BoanCop is a fake system security software that is considered as a Rogue. 
Rogues are malicious programs that cyber criminals use to trick users by displaying false threats and problems that it claims to have detected. In reality, none of the issues are real and are only used to convince the user into buying their software and stealing their personal financial information

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:17

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How to remove Boxo-Search.com redirect (Virus Removal Guide)

Boxo-Search.com is a browser hijacker that is bundled with other free software that you download off of the Internet. When installed this browser hijacker it will set the homepage and search engine for your web browser to http://www.boxo-search.com.

This itself is not considered malicious as there are many legitimate programs that change these settings as well. What is considered malicious, though, is that it will also append the argument http://www.boxo-search.com to random Windows shortcuts on your desktop and your Windows Start Menu.

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:16

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How to remove 2345.com search redirect (Virus Help Guide)

2345.com is a browser hijacker that is bundled with other free software that you download off of the Internet. When installed this browser hijacker it will set the homepage and search engine for your web browser to http://2345.com.

This itself is not considered malicious as there are many legitimate programs that change these settings as well. What is considered malicious, though, is that it will also append the argument http://2345.com to random Windows shortcuts on your desktop and your Windows Start Menu.

Article is edited by: yakura - 21-04-2018, 13:15

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