Rocket Tab is a false browser add-on that will bring a lot of trouble to a user who has it installed. Though the application cannot be called a virus, it possesses some unpleasant features that question the use of the add-on. After the installation Rocket tab start to display the characteristics of an adware - a user may notice that pages that once were clean of advertisement now are full of it.
Trovi.com hijacker, or Trovi.com redirect virus, is a malware that a rare user is able to tolerate. For many victims the malware appears as intruder that occupies all installed browsers, whether it is Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge or Internet Explorer. The actions taken by the hijacker include the change of the main page and search engine with the following blocking of the settings adjustment.
Mystartsearch.com is a search engine that supports a browser hijacker with the same name. By the way this page looks, by its minimalistic design and links to popular websites, the hijacker tries to anchor on the system. Nevertheless, many users make attempts to remove Mystartsearch.com as soon as they perform a search query in it. The search domain provides twisted results but tries to hide it, convincing a user to visit dubious resources.
The name ‘svchost’ stands for ‘Service Host’, and as it suggests, svchost.exe is a system process responsible for operating and managing Windows processes. Being so important for, scvhost.exe runs on the background all the time, but sometimes it has negative consequences, as many duplicates of the process appear in Task Manager, and each of them may consume a great amount of resources, even when there are not so many programs launched.
TV Time wins its audience by offering the services it doesn’t really provide. Mostly it attracts users who are interested in watching videos online, as it promises to allow to watch movies from numerous sources with an option of dimming the lights. For even more trustworthiness of the application, the site has an assurance about program’s safety confirmed by Norton Web Safe.
Dregol.com is a page that in its look closely resembles the google search page with the only difference that Dregol.com has advertisements. This detail should strike as suspicious, as well as the fact that usually the page installs itself as the main without user’s permission. And these are exactly the attributes of a browser hijacker.
Luckysearches.com is a browser hijacker that installs itself as a homepage to provide advertisements and links to push on its affiliate sources. After the successful integration to Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Mozilla Firefox, the hijacker sets itself as a main page and search engine with no opportunity for user to change the settings back.