Always Weather is deceptive browser extension for Google Chrome, that is actually ad-supported weather forecast add-on. There are many weather forecasting websites, legit programs and applications available online. To make its way to users computers Always Weather uses stealth installation techniques in a bundle with freeware. This potentially unwanted program tracks users internet activity, and displays advertisements based on browsing habits and visited websites.
If your browser opens with Bitmotion-tab.com in a new tab, that means your computer is infected with hijacker. Bitmotion-tab.com overrides search and homepage settings in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Malware was developed by Victory Commerce Ltd. Developers claim, that search results are enhanced by Google, however main page and results can be modified with third party advertising.
Goqrench.net is new fake and fraudulent search engine, that can override settings in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. As many of the previous threats of this type it redirects user queries to nova.rambler.ru, which is sub-domain of Russian internet company Rambler. Search results are actually provided by Yandex, that is biggest Russian internet search provider.
Plugins Button is advertising browser add-on, that mainly installs in Google Chrome. It provides zero functionality, in exchange for displaying obtrusive advertisements. Plugins Button generates various types of ads: pop-ups, banners, redirects, drop-down coupon ads. This negatively influence users online experience, slows down browsing and harms user privacy. This adware also may collect and share browser and personal information for advertising purposes.
Advanced Mac Cleaner is rogue Mac optimization program, that provides false scan results in order to make users purchase the program. It shows users alerts and pop-ups messages saying, that their Mac has severe issues and/or viruses. Advanced Mac Cleaner has quality design and looks like many others programs of this type. Although, application, obviously, uses misleading tactics to promote itself and forces users to buy it, most antiviruses cannot detect Advanced Mac Cleaner.