Search Hijacking

The act of overriding the default search provider within a browser without the user’s permission. Attackers use these to make revenue by forcing infected users to view advertisements or to inflate a website’s page ranking in search results by routing the user to a website that differs from the one they intended to view.

it works- I used to have stuff happen about twice a year- uardio warns me any time something looks fishy

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John Robert Fleming

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It works very well ... I like it no telling how many times they have saved my computer from crash and burn and it also alerts you of suspicious sites ... love it and it is reasonably priced.

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Judy Gray

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It's worth every penny I pay. Guardio cleaned up problems that I put up with for years. And I love the fact that I can email and get a response almost immediately with a solution


Lawana Crosiar

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