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Rargenie Adware

Allegedly, Rargenie Adware is a free archiver for Mac OS X. Of course, its official name does not include the word “adware” but since it has been classified as such, “adware” is used to identify it as an ad-supported application that does more to advertise than to provide other features. Therefore, we recommend that you remove this application from your Mac as soon as the opportunity arises because its ads are not only annoying but can promote malicious content. Please read this whole article to find out more about it. Read more »

Google Chrome Fatal Error Popup Tech Support Scam

Google Chrome Fatal Error Popup Tech Support Scam is a devious fake alert crafted by cyber crooks to make illegal profits from unsuspecting Internet users. There are a couple of reasons you might encounter this hoax warning message. One of them is that you could stumble upon it while surfing the web recklessly. Another one is that a suspicious third-party application might be prompting the fake alert. Either way, you must take action to bypass this intrusive error message as it could lead you to further virtual security problems. Learn more about the suspicious functionality of this fake alert by reading the rest of this report. Additionally, we provide a few virtual security tips that will help you maintain a fully secure operating system. Finally, we present a generic removal guide that will help you delete a program associated with Google Chrome Fatal Error Popup Tech Support Scam in just a few simple steps. Read more »


Our cyber security experts say that Norassie is not a single application, but an adware family that includes several or even more adware-type applications that come as browser extensions. The adware in this family is said to be distributed with the help of software bundles that can install it onto your browser secretly. Its objective is to show you advertisements while you browse the web. The ads generate revenue for the company responsible for releasing it. We recommend that you remove it because its ads are annoying and intrusive. Furthermore, there is no guarantee that the ads are safe. Hence, some of them can redirect you to scam websites. In short, this application is no good. Read more » redirect redirect believed to be an adware server that might be used by various adware applications. Therefore, if you noticed your browser began redirecting you to this web page, you could have downloaded some unreliable applications. No doubt to stop the annoying redirect, you might have to find the program responsible for it. The instructions we will place at the end of the article may help you complete this task manually, but you should keep it in mind that even so, it might be still too difficult to deal with this threat on your own, especially for inexperienced users. In which case, we believe it would be smarter and quicker to use a legitimate antimalware tool instead. As for users who wish to know how this redirection could affect their browsing or cause trouble, we recommend reading the rest of this report. Read more »

Eliminate Facebook Message

Eliminate Facebook Message is a malicious application that compromises a victim’s Facebook account and sends personal messages to all of the victim’s friends. The messages contain links to what appears to be video files. However, you do not get to see any videos because this malware redirects you to phishing websites. Therefore, it is recommended that you remove this program from your computer as soon as possible. In this short description, we will discuss how this program works, how it is distributed and how you can get rid of it as well as protect your PC from similar infections compromising your computer’s security. Read more » redirect redirect is a devious adware server, which can host suspicious and even potentially malicious web content. If you have noticed an unusual amount of third-party content or have been experiencing suspicious redirections while surfing the web, it might be because your operating system is in connection with the server in question. In most cases, such connectivity is initiated by a questionable third-party program. Being connected to this suspicious server could have devious outcomes. To have a better understating of what it means to be in constant connection with an adware server and what dangers might occur during such connectivity, make sure to read the rest of our detailed report. Furthermore, we provide a generic removal guide for the program that might be related to the redirect adware server. Read more » Redirect

You have to be cautious about Redirect because this adware server is unlikely to redirect you to reliable and reputable sites. On the contrary, it is likely to expose you to sites that promote unreliable content, including the installers of malware, adware, or PUPs, misleading surveys and prize giveaways, and bogus subscription or shopping offers. If you interact with this content, you are likely to invite malware and intrusive data-trackers, as well as disclose personally identifiable data. Furthermore, you could be tricked into wasting money on products and services that are not worth it. As you can tell, malware research team is very worried about this redirector, and it is extremely important to do whatever it takes to get rid of it. It is possible that a malicious infection is linked to this redirector in one way or another, in which case, of course, you need to remove it first. Hopefully, this report provides you with enough information to help you delete Redirect-related infections. Read more »



Isasus is a despicable browser extension that we have classified as adware because it has been configured to show pop-up advertizements while you browse the web. Needless to say, its ads can be intrusive and annoying. However, some of them can be misleading as well and redirect you to websites of questionable legitimacy. Therefore, we recommend that you remove this extension as soon as possible. If you want to find out more about it, then please read this article that is dedicated to this particular application. In it, we will discuss how this program is distributed, how it works, and how you can get rid of it easily. Read more »

Unsolicited pop-up advertisements and web banners inserted into websites by third parties are very often obtrusive and even offensive. If you are worried about advertisements, the odds are that your computer has been affected by adware or by a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Such programs are usually installed surreptitiously without asking the user's permission, but there are also many cases when users do not pay attention to the permissions asked by software installers and agree to all the suggestions displayed. It is likely  that you have recently installed a program which was bundled with an additional program. In order to get rid of all those annoying advertisements, it is necessary to remove the program that causes the display of different type of advertisements. Read more »

Search Awesome

Search Awesome

Search Awesome is classified as an advertising-supported program because it can display advertisements whenever you are browsing the web. According to research team, this adware is a clone of such well-known programs as Wajam and Social2Search. The creator of this strange, suspicious piece of software is Iron Mountain Technology, and this company has set up to introduce us to it. Surprisingly, this site does not offer an installer, which is very strange. How is this adware spread? If it does not have an official installer, it might be spread via third-party installers, in which case, other threats might have been downloaded along with adware. This report shows how to remove Search Awesome, and it is important that you read it, but, first, you should scan your operating system – we advise using a legitimate malware scanner – to check if other infections are active. If more serious threats are found, you might have to focus on deleting them first. Read more »