Author Archives: Chona Esjay

About Chona Esjay

Chona Esjay is a malware fighter, computer geek, blogger, and virus hunter. She founded malwarefixes.com to be able to help computer users in removing threats without the need for expensive tools.

Remove TotalLetterSearch (Mac Adware)

TotalLetterSearch is an application presented as a legitimate browser add-on that is Mac compatible. It claims to enable different features to improve the internet browsing experience of Mac users. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | March 30, 2020

Remove Privacyegg.com Redirect

Privacyegg.com is a website that promotes rogue security application called Outbyte Antivirus and Outbyte PC Repair. Web users commonly view this site in an unusual way and often due to browser redirect that some malicious websites are implementing on visitor’s internet program. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | March 28, 2020

Remove Urancspitte.info Redirect

Installing a potentially unwanted program (PUP) or adware is the primary reason why browsers suddenly get redirected to Urancspitte.info. Bear in mind that malicious software causing to exhibit the ads or pop-ups can trigger redirection to questionable sites. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | March 27, 2020

Remove Somedecentsearch.com Hijacker

Somedecentsearch.com is a browser hijacker that belongs to a group of potentially unwanted program (PUP). It aims to alter browser settings and select its malicious web link as the new default. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | March 27, 2020

Remove RollingSearch Hijacker

RollingSearch is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) hijacking internet browser like Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari. RollingSearch modifies the web browser’s settings to support their intentions and future operations. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | March 24, 2020

How to remove DataQuest (Mac)

DataQuest is an unwanted application targeting Mac OS computers. The primary goal is to inject intrusive advertisements and pop-ups on the browser. DataQuest is significantly a potentially unwanted application (PUA) that can infect internet software like Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | March 22, 2020