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 SystemJump (Mac Adware)

SystemJump is categorized as another supplement to harmful adware that was made to attack Mac computers. It is endorsed as worthy application or browser extension that enhances online browsing and search experience; however, the real objective of SystemJump is to control internet browser application for its own selfish and malicious purpose. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 16, 2019

Remove “Trojan.worm ! Ransomware ! Infection”

Appearance of “Trojan.worm ! Ransomware ! Infection” on the browser is obviously part of scam campaign perpetuated by cyber crooks. They are using variation of tactics to mislead web users in order to swindle money from them by selling a rogue tool or influence them in availing phony online technical support services. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 15, 2019

How to Remove BetterCareerSearch

Adding up to the long list of adware threat is called BetterCareerSearch. It claims to enhance online search experience particularly if user is on a job hunt. The potentially unwanted program (PUP) provides various links on custom toolbar showing job search sites, job listings, salary calculator, and other career-related online references. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 11, 2019

Remove AccelPCPro (Uninstall Guide)

AccelPCPro is a doubtful computer security and optimization tool that arises from the family of rogue program. It presents features like malware scanner, registry fixers, PC optimization, and many others. Integrated in its console is the endorsement of another unwanted program Driver Updater. Either program promotes one another on their specific graphical user interface. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 11, 2019

Remove Search.turdeland2.com (Mac)

Search.turdeland2.com may appear like valid search engine at first glance, but behind it is a malevolent intent of adware makers to exploit victim’s browser application to illicitly gain online profit. It was made to purposely issue advertisements and paid links on browser pages. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 9, 2019

Remove ProductEvent (Mac Adware)

Potentially unwanted program named ProductEvent is targeting Macintosh-based computer systems. It specifically focuses on taking over browser settings of Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Once ProductEvent is integrated into these internet applications, it will alter settings to entail unwanted URL on homepage, new tab, and search provider. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 9, 2019

Remove Bora Ransomware Virus

The ransomware virus is probably one of the most damaging threats that aside from attacking the system, personal user’s files are also the primary target. Take for example the case of Bora ransom virus. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 8, 2019

Remove Search.roterismus.com (Mac and Safari)

Unfamiliar homepage behavior like unwanted presence of Search.roterismus.com is an apparent sign that internet software is under adware attack. This illegal replacement of homepage, new tab, and search tool default values was undertaken with malicious purposes. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 6, 2019

Remove WindowGroup (MacOS)

WindowGroup’s sudden appearance on Mac computer is due to recently installed free app, which appears to be legitimate, but in fact, it is a carrier of potentially unwanted program (PUP). WindowGroup is considered as browser hijacker that is specific to Macintosh computer and as per reports, it is targeting Safari browsers. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 6, 2019

How to Remove CoverOpen (Mac)

CoverOpen for Mac is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) or sometimes dubbed as Adware. It spreads over the internet in a way very similar to nearly all adware and those are through misleading advertisement campaign and software bundling hoax. Continue reading

By Chona Esjay | October 5, 2019