What is CltMngSvc.exe?
CltMngSvc.exe is an executable file that comes together with Conduit browser add-ons. Conduit browser extensions and toolbars are often classified as ad-supported programs. There are up to 9 versions of the file. The most well-known version is responsible for auto-updates for a Conduit application called Search Protect.
What is NetMahal.com?
NetMahal.com is a browser hijacker that mostly targets computer users in Turkey. It is usually installed together with other freeware. If you you did not notice how you ended up with the program you most likely did not pay much attention to the installation process of the free software.
What is ElectronicsReviews.info?
ElectronicsReviews.info is a browser hijacker that comes bundled with freeware and shareware and is responsible for the recent alterations in your web browsers. The program causes unauthorized browser settings modifications, commercial advertisements appearing on your screen, redirects to unfamiliar pages and more.
How to uninstall Jaamla.com
Jaamla.com is a browser hijacker that can affect all popular web browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. It changes your settings without your permission and causes other unwanted effects like advertisements and redirects.
What is iWebar Search?
iWebar Search is a potentially unwanted program often classified as a browser hijacker. It is compatible with all popular browsers. iWebar Search is supposed to be an application that helps you “enhance your browsing” and find the information you are looking for online faster and easier. The program does not deliver on its promises. Instead, your home page and default search engine are modified without your permission.
What is Searchpge.com?
If every time you open your browser you see Searchpge.com, it means that there is a browser hijacker on your computer. You may have accidentally acquired the program while installing freeware or shareware downloaded from one of the third party software hosting websites. The hijacker changes your browser settings as soon as it gets access to your PC and even installs a browser extension called KeepMySettings by InstallX that makes it impossible to restore these changes. Continue reading