Developers advertise SystemKeeperPro as a system optimizer. According to them, this all-in-one tool is able to detect, fix system errors, and clean the PC. However, all this statements are false. All this is done only in order to attract the attention of the users. Once launched, the SystemKeeperPro starts forged scan. Then it displays fake alert about detected issues on your system that need to be fixed. But in order to fix the issues, you must purchase a full version of the program.
Google Custom Search is a legitimate software from Google. According to the developers, the service allows the user to create specialized search engines based on their personal preferences and thematic interests. This notwithstanding, many users might be disappointed by the behavior of the program. After installation, Google Custom Search forcibly tweaks your browser settings so the homepage and default search engine will be changed to set cse.google.com.
BackupGenie is promoted itself like a legitimate tool that protect your data if something bad to happen to your system. The software does it by meant of backing up files, folders, documents, and other most data types. At first glance, the program seems very useful, but that's far from it. According to research by many influential computer resources, the behavior of BackupGenie can be classified as nagware.
PC TuneUp Maestro is a forged potentially unwanted program that, according to developers, makes your computer run faster. It is promoted as a system optimizer. After launching, the program will show you a lot of errors like outdated registry entries were been found on your system. Nonetheless, if you want to fix them, PC TuneUp Maestro will report that you must buy a full version of its program.
Yardood.com is a browser add-on that, upon the application of developers, enhances your Internet browsing experience. In sober fact, this is bare-faced lie. The behaviour of this program could be categorized as a hijacker. This infection tends to impact your internet browser by setting your homepage and search engine to either us.yardood.com, fr.yardood.com, yardood.com, or uk.yardood.com. It will prevent all your attempts to restore your browser settings like it was before. Except that, the fake altered search results have no benefits for users, they can also redirect you to websites containing more dangerous malicious infections.
Searchz.co is a malicious application that could be classified as a browser hijacker. The homepage of Searchz.co looks like other familiar search engines like Google or Bing. Once activated, it will modify your browser homepage and search engine to search.co without any consent. Moreover, it will prevent you from changing settings back. The problem is accentuated by the presence of obtrusive advertising. Annoying pop-ups, banners will fill up every page of your browser that could not only affect to your browser experience but could cause more dangerous infections to your system.
Uc123.com is a nasty browser hijacker from China, that will switch your home page and search engine of web browser to http://www.uc123.com. At first sight, it may seem the Uc123.com is genuine search engine that would facilitate you surf the web with so much ease. Actually these search results, displayed on the windows of your browser, will always redirect you to unknown web sites. Technically, Uc123.com can't be called virus, but links to the untrusted sources may contain viruses or other threats for your system.
123Rede.com is a browser hijacker originated in Brasil, that changes your browser settings. Developers mislead the users promoting their product as a convenient tool that facilitates routine in the network. However, nothing could be further from the truth. After successful infiltration into your system, hijacker sets the default search engine, homepage and new tab URL settings to 123rede.com without user consent.
Super PC Cleanup is a potentially unwanted software, which is promoted as a tool for system optimization by detecting and fixing errors. However, once Super PC Cleanup is launched on the computer, its fictitious scanning will show you a huge number of non-existent errors that are not available to fix without payment. The trick is the program, by misleading scared users, forces them to pay for the full version.
ShoppyTool is a potentially unwanted program which can hijack your browser settings. It represents itself as a beneficial tool helping users get coupons, deals, notifications from diverse online stores. Really, after installing, this rogue application performs to show a wide variety and intrusive ads on web pages that you visit. This behavior can be categorized as ad-ware.