Monthly Archive: December 2014

Dec 31

Remove Hao123.com hijacker (Hao123-Client adware) from Firefox, Chrome and IE

Hao123, an intrusive homepage and default search hijacker, is getting scrutinized in this tutorial from a computer security and privacy perspective. It’s doubtful whether one can question the legitimacy of the Hao123 service as such. It’s a portal created and run by the Beijing-based Baidu company; moreover it ranks very high on the worldwide Internet …

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Dec 31

Remove N10.adshostnet.com popup virus in Chrome, Firefox and IE

Why n10.adshostnet.com popups are malicious, as well as the simple how-to’s with regard to its removal, is the information readily available in this article. There exist different kinds of adware applications, or PUPs (potentially unwanted programs), as they also tend to be referred to. Some of them insert advertising links directly into web pages, making …

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Dec 24

Remove Couponarific Ads in Firefox, Chrome and IE

Exhaustive description and removal of Couponarific, an unwanted browser add-on which displays superfluous ads in web pages, are covered in this article. Computer users who all of a sudden begin encountering ads by Couponarific on whichever websites they visit usually have no clue where these objects come from and why they keep showing up. This …

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Dec 19

Uninstall Vosteran Search malware in Firefox, Chrome and Explorer

Vosteran, a potentially unwanted web service enhancement, gets dissected in this entry in terms of technical nuances and dependable removal methods. “Vosteran” is a Catalan word for the pronoun “your” in English. That’s semantics. In computer terms, it denotes an unwanted browser helper object which appeared on the underhand cyber stage a few weeks ago, …

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Dec 19

Remove BuyNsave ad extension in Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer

The post is primarily dedicated to the removal of BuyNsave add-on which installs in a tricky way and displays annoying adverts accompanying one’s web browsing. Cybercriminals’ instruments leveraged for clear-cut mercantile purposes have shifted towards less illegitimacy a few years ago as the rogue antivirus industry got badly hit by law enforcement around the globe. …

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