SimpleSearchGuide is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that is installed on the browser as Extension. The existence of this software is often without the authority from computer users because it penetrates the device via the installation of malicious program.
Adware are computer programs that normally setup inside the system with minimal consent from the user. In most instances, adware purports to be a useful application that has sole intention of gaining profit in various ways. Adware is usually deployed through the use of third-party programs.
OriginalSearchManager is an unlikely browser extension for Mac that is targeting internet applications as Safari, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. This unwanted browser extension impart no benefit towards Mac user because it was made for selfish intention of exploiting the internet browser program to generate revenue through its own ad scheme.
When searching the internet, there is not much information about the application InputBalance. In fact, many of the articles points to it as potentially unwanted application (PUA) made specifically for Mac system.
RequestPlan is an adware for Mac. It gets installed as browser extension and was able to penetrate the computer through different deceitful means. Most of the time, adware like RequestPlan is embedded to various freeware, shareware, or any third-party applications that are being offered on suspicious websites and file-repository platforms.
DeviceHelper is an adware that can penetrate the Mac computer using deceptive techniques. For example, it can induce Mac users to download a software update via pop-up advertisements pretending as system alert.
TrustedUpdater is another addition to the long list of adware for Mac. It is disguised as a worthy browser extension to deceive Mac users. By claiming to be an enhancement add-on for browsers like Safari or Google Chrome, adware like TrustedUpdater was able to convinced Mac user to install the software.
Mac security analysts warn against an encounter with SectionBuffer app. According to them, this this malicious browser extension is currently targeting internet software on Mac OS computer.
If the browser is manifesting unusual behavior such as pages are redirecting to unsolicited sites or ads keeps on showing in a persistent manner, there must be an adware that controlling the internet application.
DevModule is a suspicious browser extension for Mac. It can be attached to popular internet applications as Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefoxes without due permission from user while exploiting different discreet tactics.
NetInput is a Macintosh computer adware that specifically aiming on internet programs as Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. Once loaded in the browser, it displays pop-up ads and redirects to your browser window that are too distracting to ones browsing experience.