computer security

Oh, sweet-page.com, how sweet are you?

Sweet-page.com, also known as Sweet page, is a search engine, and this search provider is promoted by a browser hijacker. The search engine has changes since the beginning of the year 2014. At the moment of writing, Sweet-page.com offers you links to popular websites and features three advertisements promoting online games and other services. Every time the search engine is reloaded, new advertisements are provided. Continue reading

If you have the right to choose, choose to remove istart.webssearches.com

If you need money, establish a company, create a search engine, profit from advertising and live easy life. Istart.webssearches.com is part of the search engine webssearches.com, owned by EMG Technology Limited. The search engine is promoted by several browsing hijackers, including key-find.com, which redirects computer users to search.webbsearches.com. It is important to remove istart.webssearches.com, which should be done using a spyware removal tool.

Webssearches.com

Webssearches.com

Judging from the start-up page of webssearches.com, it may seem that EMG Technology is very user-oriented. The search engine provides computer users with links to popular websites, including Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, MSN, Yahoo, and Ebay. But is that all what webssearches.com can offer?

Continue reading

Bueno Search: a wolf in sheep’s clothing or how to remove it

Bueno Search, or buenosearch.com, is a search engine which is distributed by a browser toolbar. The application works on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The issue regarding the distribution of the toolbar and the changes made of the browsers is not new. Bueno Search is known to have gained speed in September 2013.  However, a month later the the interest in the search engine decreased. It continued until December 2013. A month later, another wave of users’  interest in the search engine was noticed.

Bueno Search-home page Continue reading

Delta-Homes: old browser hijacker again in the wild

If you want to protect your browsers from unauthorized changes, do not hesitate to implement a spyware removal tool because delta-homes.com is back in town. The search engine promoting this search provider hit a lot of computer users in June, 2013. A month or two later, the interest in the browser hijacker decreases, according to Google Trend. It suggests that less computer got infected. In October 2013, delta-homes.com almost lost the interest of computer years. However, since November 2013 to the present, the search engine has again gained computer users’ interests.

Continue reading

Don’t judge a book by its cover or what does nationzoom.com do?

I do sometimes judge books by their covers. I think such situations occur very often in daily life, and one of the fields which I want to discuss in this post is the Internet. Computer users want quality; they want fancy design and functionally. Nationzoom.com is one of the search engines which do not look boring. There are multiple search engines that look lame, and I do not blame them (maybe they do not find enough partners).

Continue reading

Hello World and goodbye Aartemis

My first blog is about technology or rather computers and the Internet. Today’s topic is aartimis, a search engine, which you can access directly from any internet browser. The reason why I want to talk about this search engine which looks rather interesting and attractive is that it is distributed in unacceptable ways. Aartemis, or aartemis.com, is reported to hijack Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, which results in the changes of the home page, new tab, and search provider.

Continue reading