Even though Kilo-search.com looks like a decent search engine, the truth is that it is a dangerous browser hijacker which can make various changes without a user’s consent. In most cases, computer users notice that the Kilo-search.com infection has modified their start-up page, search provider's settings, and New Tab pages. This means that the PC users will soon experience continuous redirects to Kilo-search.com website.
Docksearch.net is one of the most annoying browser hijackers ever. Its creators have designed it to display commercial advertisements and fake search results, and that is why you must not use this PUP (potentially unwanted program) as your search tool. Instead of keeping it on your personal computer, uninstall docksearch.net before your PC is thriving with viruses, Trojans, or malware. The browser hijacker is made to be compatible with the browsers that are used the most, and these are Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome. Of course, the program can also affect lesser-known browsers.
Mysearchtoolbar.com is classified as a browser hijacker and a potentially unwanted program (PUP) because of how it works. This toolbar is known to attach itself to every browser that you own: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, or Safari. After the secret infiltration, it begins acting according to the plan of its developers: the toolbar causes redirections to its webpage or other related pages.
Alhea.com is a search engine whose slogan is “Web for everyone!”, so it seems to be a trustworthy search provider at first sight. Unfortunately, Alhea.com is known to be a part of a browser hijacker, so you will make a mistake if you decide to keep this search engine in the place of your homepage and search engine. Our researchers are sure that the longer you keep Alhea.com browser hijacker on board, the bigger is the possibility that you will encounter malicious software one day.
Websearch.coolfindings.info looks like a legitimate search engine; however, the truth is that this threat is known to be a browser hijacker. websearch.coolfindings.info belongs to the well-known family of browser hijackers, so it is not surprising that this threat acts like previously published hijackers.
Securery.com is a search engine that is distributed by a browser hijacker infection. If you wonder what this means, you should know that this search engine might appear on all your browsers without permission, i.e. Securery.com can change your homepage and search provider. In most cases, this happens to those users who live in France because Securery.com is considered a French browser hijacker; however, there are still no guarantees that people living in other countries will not encounter Securery.com.
Letssearch.com is known to be a typical browser hijacker, so it is not surprising that it enters systems unnoticed and then changes homepages and search engines. As Letssearch.com looks like a normal search engine, many people decide not to do anything about its presence.
As the name shows, Chimera Ransomware is a true ransomware infection that enters systems unnoticed and starts doing its activities. First of all, it encrypts all the files with such extensions as zip, .dat, .png, .txt, .js, .gif, .html, .jpg, .ini, .mp3, etc. All the encrypted files will have the .crypt extension, so you will notice that basically all your files are encrypted.