Qtipr.com is domain that is used by browser hijackers to override browser settings in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. It is almost identical to previously described Fanli90.cn hijacker. The purpose of this computer threat is to display ads, pop-ups and lead users to certain websites, while browsing. Qtipr.com website has yellow header and “Funny collection” name, like all the threats of this type.
Zingload.com is controversial search engine. It is not a virus, and it is not very dangerous. Zingload.com actually redirects your searches to Google Custom Search results. Main issue is: hijacker installs in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer and sets as default homepage and search engine. Zingload.com also hijacks browser shortcuts to make them open its URL every time users click on them.
Searchinterneat-a.akamaihd.net is domain that is used by adware and hijackers to show ads and pop-ups. It is often comes bundled with products from Akamai Technologies, Inc or bundled with various free programs. Akamai Technologies is big CDN (Content Delivery Network) based in United States and some percent of web traffic goes through sub-domains of this company. However often it is also used by adware to show redirects. Often Searchinterneat-a.akamaihd.net redirects to fake Java or Adobe update pages. Those pages offer fake updates, that can install malicious or potentially unwanted programs.
From Around The Web are annoying ads that can be caused by different advertising applications and browser add-ons. Such type of adware installs without user permission and creates ads, pop-ups, banners inside browser windows marked as “From Around The Web”. These ads, as a rule, are not related to the contents of the website they are shown on, but related to the topics of websites in browser history as adware tracks online user activity.
System-32alert.com is domain name that is used by different advertising networks to display advertising in browsers. Usually System-32alert.com pop-ups promote support phone numbers like 800-808-58-17 saying that “Your computer may not be protected”. On this phone number people will impose you expensive services or software.