There is no doubt that Mac computers are not virus or malware-free anymore. Gone are the days that computer enthusiast refer to this brand as the safest device. These days, whatever virus that infects the PC also has a version that plays compatible with Mac systems.
Here are the lists of common computer problems that users normally encounter on their daily activities. These procedures will surely be a big help to fix issues on browser programs and computers in general.
There is no denying that Safari is still one of the favorite internet browsers of Mac users. This is definitely the reason why adware makers are also targeting this program aside from Google and Firefox. Infecting Safari browser is one way for cyber crooks to hook up Mac users to their online illicit acts like …
Yahoo Search redirect virus” is a term that web users commonly think of if there is a sudden changes on their browser’s homepage in which the said search engine becomes the default setting. The same thing is also regard by web users after seeing that homepage is taken over by Search.yahoo.com or search inquiries are …
Recent versions of Google Chrome has Flash Player disabled by default. Hence, for some reasons this was not the case for some users or maybe, a number of them have accidentally overridden the settings to run this plug-in. If that is the case, each time user opens Google Chrome or visit a Flash site, expect …
Google Chrome is undeniably the most popular browser to date. Therefore, it is also the favorite target of most adware and malware makers. Recent extensions we have uncovered are made specifically for Google Chrome. They intend to alter settings on the browser in order to set unwanted default home page and search engine.
With the release of Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge browser, it seems that many computer users are being attacked by a fake technical and online support scam. The malware behind these malicious web pages is able to alter certain settings in order to lock or freeze Microsoft Edge browser.
Fake warnings and alerts are haunting some Microsoft Edge users with sticky pop-up alerts. These pop-ups may vary from simple software endorsements up to a highly fraudulent phone support scam.
Malware authors are using various techniques to deliver malicious web page to internet users. One of this and the most common method these days is through browser hijacking.
When Google Chrome home page or new tab keeps on redirecting to various web sites, it means that some sort of malware is residing on the computer. In fact, Google Chrome redirect is not the only issue on a malware-infected system.
Mozilla Firefox browser is one of the favorite targets of malware and adware authors. With the million users of this popular browser, chances are, majority of them may acquire potentially unwanted program coming from various makers.