If you have opened your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox browser and noticed that your homepage and search engine have been replaced by without your permission, you should know that a browser hijacker has entered your system. Unfortunately, browser hijacker will not only change the settings of your browser, but also modify the Target line, which means that it will revive every time you try to delete it from the system. In this sense, is very similar to other browser hijackers that belong to Qone8 family, for instance,,,, and the like.

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Positive Finds

Positive Finds is an advertisement-supported program that you can install on your Internet Explorer and Firefox browsers from The installer of this program could also be attached to software bundles. We do not recommend trusting unfamiliar or unreliable software bundles, because they could be used to spread malware. It is not that simple to delete Positive Finds from your PC, so we are sure that you do not want other threats to be infiltrated alongside.


Adware.browsefox is a computer application which is aimed at the computer users who like shopping online. Originally, the name of the application is BrowseFox. It can fall into different categories – some malware...


HackTool:Win32/Keygen might be considered to be a useful piece of software by some people, but there is more to it than meets the eye. Generally, HackTool:Win32/Keygen is a tool that generates keys for software products...


KMSEmulator.exe is an executable file which is detected as malicious by most Windows security programs. As research has revealed, the file is most usually linked to, a mischievous browser hijacker which...