Listchack – a browser hijacker that comes as a browser extension without your consent. Listchack hijacks Safari and other your browsers, e.g. Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome. After penetrating the Mac, Listchack starts to display banners, coupons, and pop-ups, which may relate to a popular partner site (eBay, AliExpress, and so on).
Rack-search.com is the fake search engine that hijacks Safari and worsens your Mac. Most often, it comes bundled with freeware without user consent. Rack-search.com may seem like common search pages such as Google, Yahoo or Bing. Plus, and according to the developers’ words, it improves the browsing experience and excludes irrelevant search results.
Gen.mactechright.com is sub-domain, that is used by browser adware to display ads and pop-ups. It was reported on Apple forums, that Gen.mactechright.com and several other pop-ups appear in Safari browsers on Mac systems, when users open various websites. Usually, this advertisements promote questionable Mac optimization programs, for example MacKeeper. Gen.mactechright.com can be caused by advertising extension installed in Safari or malicious application installed in your Mac OS.
Shopperify is an annoying adware coming as a browser extension to Safari and displaying advertisements, banners, and coupons, which may associate with popular online stores. Also, Shopperify changes the browser settings. Shopperify is recommended as a program to assist the user in the online shopping commission and finding the best deals.
Search.hideyoursearch.com is a hijacker that infects Safari and other browsers, such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Search.hideyoursearch.com looks like an ordinary search engine, that allows the user to browse the web without leaving traces, improves browsing experience and filters out irrelevant search result, but it’s very annoying and brings a lot of difficulties.