GoodDeals

The GoodDeals browser tool is perceived by security experts as adware that may feature links to untrusted Internet locations and insecure online resources. The GoodDeals adware functions as a private ad platform for its developers that aim to earn pay-per-click revenue. The GoodDeals adware may use an add-on, an extension, and a Browser Helper Object to inject in-text hyperlinks on web pages and show banners and pop-ups during your online session. Additionally, the GoodDeals adware may read your browsing history and use DOM storage data and session cookies in order to generate custom-made commercials. The GoodDeals adware can be found accompanying free software setup files as an additional application listed under the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option. Moreover, the GoodDeals adware may display discounts and special offers to install potentially harmful software such as PC Optimizer Pro...

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Adware

CrazyLowPrices

The CrazyLowPrices browser extension can be found promoted in freeware bundles as a shopping adviser that can help you save money and time. However, the CrazyLowPrices browser extension is deemed by security experts as adware because it operates the same way as the Easyinline , AllCheapPrice and the Coupon Marvel adware. The CrazyLowPrices adware is programmed to display ad boxes, pop-ups, and banners loaded with coupons, discounts, and special offers. The CrazyLowPrices adware can generate customized commercials suited to your approximate geographical location, and it may use tracking cookies and read your browsing history. Needless to say, not many web surfers would approve of the operations executed by the CrazyLowPrices adware. You might want to know that the CrazyLowPrices adware may replace the native ads on your favorite websites and direct you to visit untrusted domains....

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Adware

Softwaare.net

The Softwaare.net domain is associated with adware that promotes potentially harmful software to web surfers as a video update. The adware linked to Softwaare.net is designed to show pop-ups with a download box that has a big blue button welcoming users to download and install the update. However, software promoted on pop-up windows should not be trusted because, in most cases, it proves to be a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) or worse. Moreover, the IP address 108.162.204.38 of Softwaare.net is connected to several phishing websites and software centers with a bad reputation. Computer users may want to avoid downloading and installing the software promoted on the Softwaare.net pop-ups. You might want to know that you may have installed, and adware powered application as an additional component of a freeware setup file that most users handle via the 'Typical' or 'Express' option....

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Cxuzz.download-playnow.377.xyz

The Cxuzz.download-playnow.377.xyz pop-ups in your web browser may prove to be quite intrusive by using Adobe Flash animation and an audio track in order to convince you to install a software update. However, the Cxuzz.download-playnow.377.xyz pop-ups are generated by adware and should not be trusted. The Cxuzz.download-playnow.377.xyz pop-ups may host a dialog box that can't be closed until your web browser starts automatically to download a setup file for the alleged update. However, the Cxuzz.download-playnow.377.xyz pop-ups are not generated by legitimate software that is associated with the Adobe Flash Player despite what their design may suggest. The adware responsible for pop-up windows by Cxuzz.download-playnow.377.xyz on your PC may invite you to install other adware and riskware such as the TUbeItAdBlockApp , WebRebates and CloverPlus . You may have installed an adware...

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Browsing Clear Ads

The ads by Browsing Clear in your Internet client are propelled by, and adware powered application on your PC. You may have installed the Browsing Clear adware on your computer along with a free application via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The Browsing Clear adware is not very different than other adware like the YoutubeBookmark , CinemaHD Go Pro and ExtraCoupon . The Browsing Clear adware might use a plugin, an add-on, and a browser extension to perform its operations. Users infected with the Browsing Clear adware may be presented with pop-ups, ad panels, and banners at the top and bottom sections of the web pages they browse. Additionally, the Browsing Clear adware might use tracking cookies and read your Internet history in order to maximize the relevance of its advertisements. You should note that the Browsing Clear adware may feature links to harmful domains and...

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Adware

ClearNiceBrowse

The ClearNiceBrowse browser extension is another program that claims to deliver useful functionality, just as the History Boss Toolbar and Web Zoom . However, the only goal of the ClearNiceBrowse browser extension is to earn pay-per-click revenue for its developers by displaying numerous ads in your web browser. You may want to keep in mind that you might be directed to visit insecure web pages. The ClearNiceBrowse program may use HTTP and session cookies, as well as read your browsing history in order to load custom-made ads on pop-ups, banners, and ad boxes. Users might encounter the ClearNiceBrowse application incorporated with freeware installers under the 'Advanced' or 'Typical' option. The activities of the ClearNiceBrowse browser extension provides sufficient evidence for security researchers to classify ClearNiceBrowse as adware. Moreover, the ClearNiceBrowse adware may add...

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Adware

Knowledge Gains

The Knowledge Gains program is promoted as a browser enhancer that can allow you to look up definitions on Google, Wikipedia and Bing. The Knowledge Gains browser enhancer can be downloaded from its official website, but most of its installations are achieved through bundling with freeware. You should note that the Knowledge Gains browser enhancer is ad-supported, and you will have to tolerate pop-ups, banners, and contextual ads during your online session. Therefore, security analysts consider the Knowledge Gains browser enhancer a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware capabilities. The Knowledge Gains program might use a background service to record your search criteria, manage DOM storage data and use HTTP cookies to determine what type ads would suit your interests. The Knowledge Gains app exhibits behavior that is similar to the iShopper and Shoppilation , and many...

Posted on April 22, 2015 in Adware

Compare For Fun

The 'Compare For Fun' browser extension is promoted as a shopping assistant that can help you compare products from online stores and save money. However, the 'Compare For Fun' browser extension is deemed by security researchers as adware because it functions the same way as other adware like 'Continue To Save' and Salesprize . The Compare For Fun' adware is designed to push numerous marketing materials that may cover your browser surface. The 'Compare For Fun' adware may present you with banners, ad boxes, pop-up and pop-under windows loaded with commercials, discounts, and coupons. You should note that the 'Compare For Fun' adware acts as a redirect-gateway to content by third parties, and you may visit untrusted domains and be offered to install potentially harmful software. Also, the 'Compare For Fun' adware may insert a task in the Windows Task Scheduler and update its binary...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

ActiveDeals

The ActiveDeals software is recognized by security analysts because it functions as a private advertisement platform for adware developers to earn pay-per-click revenue. The ActiveDeals adware is dispersed among PC users by using freeware installers as vessels. Adware developers prefer to deploy their apps incorporated with third party software because most users install free software via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option and that allows them to reach a significant number of users. Web surfers may encounter ads by ActiveDeals across different web browsers because the ActiveDeals adware may use a Browser Helper Object, and add-on, a plugin and an extension to facilitate its operations. The ActiveDeals adware may inject the websites loaded in your web client with banners, pop-up windows and contextual and transitional commercials. Moreover, the ActiveDeals adware may replace ads on...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Adware

TremendousCoup

The TremendousCoup browser widget is recognized by security analysts as adware that users may install automatically by handling a freeware package via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The TremendousCoup browser widget may claim to give you access to discounts and coupons, but its primary goal is to generate pay-per-click revenue for its creators. The TremendousCoup adware is programmed to show ad panels, banners and insert in-text hyperlinks to sponsored service on the websites you browse. Moreover, the TremendousCoup may substitute the native ads on online shops like eBay, Bonanza, and Amazon. The adware developers behind TremendousCoup are not known to value the safety of computer users, and you may be redirected to harmful domains and insecure content by third parties. The TremendousCoup adware may use HTTP cookies, DOM storage data and read your Internet history in order to...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Adware

Freshupdate.software-land.net

Security experts advise users not to click on the content by the Freshupdate.software-land.net domain because they may install potentially harmful software. The Freshupdate.software-land.net domain is used by adware developers who created an app that displays pop-ups by Freshupdate.software-land.net to promote potentially harmful software. You should note that the IP address 184.154.28.74 of Freshupdate.software-land.net is used by adware related to several domains like Downgradepc.whensoftisupdated.net and Checkupgrade24.freecheckupdates.net . The domains as mentioned earlier serve adware developers to promote supposedly legitimate updates to Java and Adobe Flash Player software and earn pay-per-install revenue. The adware associated with Freshupdate.software-land.net may add a registry key in Windows in order to operate every time you start an online session. Adware developers...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Consumerreward.net

The Consumerreward.net domain claims to be the prime location to find the best gifts, and it is associated with adware powered program that shows pop-up windows loaded with ads by Consumerreward.net. Security researchers note that the Consumerreward.net domain works as a private ad platform that adware developers use to earn revenue. Users infected with the adware linked to Consumerreward.net report pop-ups loaded with commercials, surveys, discounts and coupons. The Consumerreward.net adware may have arrived on your computer along with a freeware application. Security researchers add that the Consumerreward.net pop-ups in your web client may feature links to phishing websites and domains known to host harmful JavaScript. Additionally, the Consumerreward.net adware may use session cookies and record your search terms in order to generate tailor-suited content on the Consumerreward.net...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Online.theupdatercheck.net

The Online.theupdatercheck.net domain is associated with adware that users may install automatically as an additional component of a freeware installer via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The adware associated with the Online.theupdatercheck.net domain uses it to promote supposedly legitimate updates to the Adobe Flash Player and Java software. Users that experience pop-ups by Online.theupdatercheck.net should not trust the domain because its IP address 184.154.16.171 is detected to communicate with known phishing websites and could be linked to the deployment of cyber threats. The adware developers linked to Online.theupdatercheck.net might promote potentially harmful software as a way to earn pay-per-install revenue. The Online.theupdatercheck.net adware on your PC may use a browser extension to display pop-up windows in your web browser. Moreover, the Online.theupdatercheck.net...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Online Video Promoter Ads

The Online Video Promoter ads in your web browser are generated by adware on your computer that uses the service of the Online Video Promoter program to redirect users to videos and increase their popularity. The adware related to the Online Video Promoter program may display pop-ups and ad boxes loaded with video ads and may insert in-text hyperlinks to sponsored videos. The Online Video Promoter program is perceived as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that allows users to create URLs to their videos and promote them among web surfers. Security researchers reveal that adware developers took advantage of the Online Video Promoter and created an adware powered application to earn pay-per-click revenue for promoting videos. The adware related to Online Video Promoter may have entered your system as a browser tool part of a freeware package that you installed via the 'Typical' or...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Dragon Branch Ads

The Dragon Branch plugin is classified by security experts as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware capabilities because it may present you with pop-up ads, banners and ad panels in your web browser. The Dragon Branch plugin is deployed with freeware bundles, and it may be promoted to you as a browser enhancer. However, the only enhancement you may experience is a disturbing amount of advertisements on the pages you browse on the Web. The Dragon Branch plugin may claim to enhance your searches on Google, but it is ad-supported and will have to tolerate many commercials during your online session. Moreover, security experts observe a behavior similar to BrowseFox and the Dragon Branch application may use tracking cookies and record your search terms to display related advertisements. The Dragon Branch plugin has versions for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google...

Posted on April 21, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program