I wrote about Claro Search Malware a few months back, and it seems kind of redundant to repeat myself, but what can I do that I see people posting questions on various boards in different languages asking how to remove Claro Search Malware. I don’t want to repeat myself hundreds of times, but the thing is that it is important NOT to confuse Claro Search Malware with Claro Search engine which is a legitimate internet search provider. However, if you install the intrusive version of Claro Search toolbar your Internet browser settings will be changed, and you will see that your home page is changed to isearch.claro-search.com.
Actually, the truth is that, all of your search settings will be redirected via isearch.claro-search.com. You might not notice it, because the redirection takes only a second, but the fact remains that Claro Search Malware is a potentially unwanted application, that security experts recommend to remove from your computer. Continue reading
A few years ago I’ve seen people complaining about fake antivirus programs. 2012 seems to be all about ransomware and browser hijackers. Why so? Because they don’t need your credit card info and they still are able to get away with what they’ve done. Claro Search Malware is one of these suspicious programs that ought to be removed from your system at once. Do not mistake Claro Search malware with claro-search.com search engine, because the homepage for this browser add-on is completely different.
If you click the More Info link on claro-search.com page you will be redirected to a page that tells you how to remove Claro search toolbar, and what computer malware would tell you how to remove it? Therefore, it is important to differentiate between Claro Search and Claro Search Malware. When you are infected with Claro Search Malware your homepage is changed to Isearch.claro.com. This browser add-on is related to Babylon merchandise that is infamous on its own. Continue reading