Searchpage.com and SearchPage Tab is are, respectively, dubiuos search engine and browser add-on, that modifies search engine and homepage settings in Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and other browsers. It is also responsible for display of ads, pop-ups and notifications from Searchpage.com. This hijacker was developed by Iron Mountain Technology Limited, with headquaters situated in Hong Kong, as it is stated on their website. The site has a purely advertising purposes, having no value to the end user. Search requests typed in search box on the main page are redirected to search.yahoo.com.
Notification-browser.com (v1, v2, v3.notification-browser.com etc) is hazardous site, that displays ads, pop-ups and notifications in Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Edge. If you see advertisements from Notification-browser.com while browsing certain sites, it means those sites use bad-quality advertising or they are hacked. This can be fixed by installing ad-blocking software, like AdGuard (see description below). If you see notifications from Notification-browser.com, it means website is allowed to show them in browser settings. In this situation, you need to check your PC for viruses and follow instructions below.
Whateveryf.info is bogus domain, registered and exploited by adware developers. Malefactors are using browser notification feature to bombard user’s desktops with tons of purposeless push-notifications, show pop-ups and create endless redirections. It is similar to previously descibed pop-ups websites. Hackers use hundreds of such domains and actively distribute them. This type of adware appeared recently, as a new type of social engeneering attack, using push-notifications to deliver nasty ads via legal channel directly to user’s desktops.
Nuclearlytu.info is malicious website, used by adware to display push notifications in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Edge, Internet Explorer or Safari. Advertising software, installed on the computer, or some browser add-on installed in browser can generate ads, that will encourage users to subscribe to Nuclearlytu.info, by clicking on “Allow” button. Nuclearlytu.info notifications lead to news articles, doubtful services, potentially unwanted downloads. This is new type of social engineering attack, that is using browser standard functions to deliver ads. Below you will find instructions to stop Nuclearlytu.info notifications and remove adware from browsers and PC.
Ncontentdelivery.info is site, that with the help of tricks, forces the user to subscribe to its push notifications in Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. After that, users begin to receive numerous notifications from this website in the bottom-right corner of the desktop, even with the closed browser window. Ncontentdelivery.info promotes third-party news portals, services and products of doubtful quality. It uses deceptive methods for distribution and annoys regular users with useless, unnecessary and purely promotional notifications, ads and pop-ups. This threat is categorized as adware and often comes along with potentially unwanted program installed on your PC.