Chumsearch.com is a browser hijacker that is created by the same people to made Trovigo.com and Trovi.com malware. This browser hijacker has an ability to infiltrate all presenting on a system web browsers and to take control over them. It is expressed in altering the browsers’ settings to change the homepage and main search engine to force the victim to use only this search domain and to make it unchangeable.
Aesir ransomware is a new release of Locky encryption virus. Mostly it has minor changes, as in the basic behavior it is identical to Odin, Thor, and Locky threats. So, in method of operation this malware resembles any other ransomware: it infiltrates the system stealthily and then searches for the files of the most frequent extensions. The scanned data afterwards becomes encrypted with asymmetric cryptography and the files get the .aesir extension.
gogletab.com is a shady website pretending to be Google by imitating its appearance. The design of gogletab.com is visually duplicate to the genuine google.com and, therefore, users often believe that this source is legitimate. In fact, this domain is a browser hijacker that is designed to promote third-party sites and gather users’ personal information. The threat is easy to detect, as it alters browser setting by changing a new tab page, the main page and the default search engine to gogletab.com.
SafeSearch.net is a browser hijacker that has been terrorizing users for quite a long time and hasn’t losе steam even a little. If this malware has already infected your computer, you need to know what activities it can try to bring. First of all, as the name of the threat implies, this threat aims for all of your web browsers, whether it is Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, or Internet Explorer.
Spigot virus is the collective name for the group of software that is closely connected with malware. The installation of one of the applications by Spigot Inc usually leads to the problems that are typical for adware and browser hijacker threats. That means that you may experience the change of your browser settings, involving the altering the start page and the main search engine, or overflowing a browser with ads of all kinds.
Microsoft Security Essentials support scam is an infection that sets up for official Microsoft antimalware protection product, however in reality it causes the system reboot, after which it displays a lock screen. It looks like a Blue Screen of Death error notification, which makes users believe that the system encountered a serious error.
Though Iwebs.site search may seem like a typical search engine that closely resembles Google, bear in mind that the first impression is misleading. It turns out that Iwebs.site page is closely connected with malware considered to be a browser hijacker. Therefore, if this page appears in your browser as the main one, then certainly it is infected by the browser hijacker. It is not harmful, nevertheless you shouldn’t ignore its presence on the system.