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Searchall.network

Searchall.network

Searchall.network might not raise any suspicion until you take a closer look at it. What our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com noticed, while testing the application in question, is that it does not provide information about the publisher’s policy on privacy issues usually explained on Privacy Policy. In fact, we did not find the software’s End User License Agreement document either. It means there might be no knowing how the application may work when searching the Internet with it or what information it could gather. Because of this, we do not think it would be wise to use Searchall.network. Provided you feel the same, we recommend deleting the questionable tool with the instructions located at the end of this article. For users who would want not only to get rid of the suspicious search engine but also learn more about it, we advise reading the text first. Read more »

Searchmulty.com

Searchmulty.com

If your browser’s default search provider has been replaced with Searchmulty.com on Google Chrome, it is very likely that an extension called “Multy App” has been installed. At the time of research, this extension was compatible with the Chrome web browser only, but we do not claim that other browsers could not be affected by it in the future. Anti-Spyware-101.com research team advises that you get rid of the app and remove Searchmulty.com without further hesitation because this software is not trustworthy. The good news is that the suspicious search engine is automatically deleted once the extension is erased. Of course, if the search tool has been introduced to you on its own or along with a different add-on or application, you might have to approach the situation in a different manner. Continue reading the article to learn what you need to do, and if you do not find an answer that helps you, post a comment below. Our research team will assist you as soon as possible. Read more »

Go.deepteep.com

Go.deepteep.com

If Go.deepteep.com ever replaces your homepage, search tool, and New Tab, this suggests that your browser has been hijacked. No doubt the browser hijacker is responsible for altering your browser’s settings if you can locate the AppSync folder in %APPDATA%. The folder is placed there after its successful entrance. Research conducted by experienced specialists at anti-spyware-101.com has clearly shown that this browser hijacker can change the main settings on three browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. If you use any of these web browsers and encounter this infection, you will sooner or later find out about these modifications. The majority of users decide to remove Go.deepteep.com immediately because they can no longer see their preferred websites when they open their web browsers. We hope that you will be one of them and erase the Go.deepteep.com browser hijacker as soon as possible. If you cannot boast about the knowledge regarding the malware removal, we highly recommend that you first read this report fully and then use instructions you will find below. Read more »

Obtenez Email

Obtenez Email

Our researchers say Obtenez Email should be classified as a browser hijacker because it can hijack user’s browser by replacing its default homepage. If you do not like such changes, you should get rid of the application with no hesitation. Another thing you should know about it is the search engine it might load as your homepage could show modified search results. Because of it there is a risk there could be additional advertising content among them, and since it might come from unknown third parties, we advise not to interact with it. In fact, as mentioned earlier we would suggest not to keep such suspicious tools on the system. Users who decide not to leave the extension unattended could remove Obtenez Email manually with the instructions located at the end of the article or with their selected antimalware tool. Read more »

Fanatics Search

Fanatics Search

If you are not cautious, you might install malware and unreliable or unwanted programs without even realizing it. Fanatics Search has an official installer, but because this installer does not present the add-on in an attractive manner, it is most likely that third-party installers are used for the distribution. These installers might attach the extension to more desirable programs, or it could be lost in the middle of all other programs bundled together. All in all, regardless of how you install the application, it is recommended that you remove it from your web browser. At the time of analysis, it was compatible with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers only. The extension was also available on official Chrome and Firefox app stores: chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/fanatics-search/aphmipfohigogebjlbkeecamnljollac and addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/fanatics-search/. Without a doubt, it might be easier to handle the situation of the only thing you need to do is delete Fanatics Search. That being said, make sure you eliminate all unwanted and malicious threats that exist on your operating system. Read more »

My Daily Verse XP

If you study the Bible daily, extensions like My Daily Verse XP might catch your eye. At the moment, this suspicious add-on does not have an official download page, but it is known that it used to be offered at mydailyversexp.com/DailyBible and chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/my-daily-bible-verse-xp/poamjgfcppmnpeoihkdpbfpjjbiflpib. The official download website and the Chrome web store page has been taken down, and now the potentially unwanted program is believed to spread via third-party installers. They can deliver software bundles that carry both harmless and malicious infections. While we advise deleting My Daily Verse XP, we cannot make any claims about this extension being extremely malicious. Unfortunately, the programs this PUP could come packaged with could be very malicious, and they might require immediate removal. Due to this, we suggest scanning your operating system before you move on. If critical threats are uncovered, you need to get rid of them as soon as possible. Afterward, you can address the suspicious application and the search tool that comes along with it. Read more »

Get Daily Bible Verses

Get Daily Bible Verses is a suspicious browser add-on that may alter your homepage, default search engine, or even new tab page preferences. Naturally, if you do not like these changes, you could remove the extension from your browser. Unfortunately, it is not all, and there are other reasons why we would recommend deleting it. To be more precise, our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com, noticed the application’s presented search engine might show unreliable advertising material from various third parties. Clicking it could redirect users to websites promoting questionable software, fake lotteries, and so on. If you do not like the idea of seeing such content while browsing, we encourage you to erase Get Daily Bible Verses. The instructions located below will show how to eliminate it manually. Read more »

My Converter Hub

My Converter Hub

My Converter Hub may look like a useful browser extension, but our research specialists say that this program is a browser hijacker. It means that it is not safe to have this thing on your computer, and the sooner you remove My Converter Hub, the better.

In this description, we will discuss this type of applications, and we will tell you more about My Converter Hub. Please note that there might be more potential threats installed on your computer, so it is strongly recommended that you perform a full system scan with a licensed antispyware tool. Read more »

Search.hthecalendar.co

Search.hthecalendar.co

Search.hthecalendar.co is a page you will find set on the web browser you use to surf the Internet after you install the extension named The Calendar from its official website http://thecalendar.co/ or another third-party source. Also, it seems that it might come bundled, meaning that it might be installed on your computer without your direct permission. This piece of software has been developed by Polarity Technologies Ltd. The company is best-known for developing various suspicious applications that are usually classified as browser hijackers or potentially unwanted software. Unfortunately, we cannot confirm that The Calendar promoting can be trusted fully either. Therefore, if you ever find it installed on your PC without your knowledge, or you have clicked the Download button and thought of the consequences later, it would be best that you get rid of it today. It is the only way to remove  Search.hthecalendar.co from all affected browsers as well, so take action immediately after you read this report. Read more »

ibrowsersearch.com

ibrowsersearch.com

You have to be careful about ibrowsersearch.com. It does not look like a malicious search engine, but, of course, it does not look like a truly beneficial one either. In fact, its interface is pretty damn boring as there is only a search field displayed. Next to it, you can find the “powered by Google” tag, which, undoubtedly, is meant to make you trust the service more. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, the search results are not modified – at least, at the time of research they were not – which means that it might be okay for you to use the search tool. Of course, we cannot say that with confidence because, after all, there’s still a possibility that the activity of this search tool is not as reliable as we might think right now. Due to this, it is recommended that all users take a good look at the search engine and consider its removal. Do you want to learn how to delete ibrowsersearch.com manually? Our researchers have created a guide that shows how to do it. Read more »