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Adlinker.net

The Adlinker adware franchise uses the .net and .info domains to generate web traffic to certain websites and services. The adware responsible for redirects to adlinker.net and adlinker.info can distribute specially suited ads and pop-ups selected on the basis of your browsing history and time spent online. Adlinker serves as advertisement platform of third parties that support adware developers in order to deliver their marketing materials. Adware infections connected to adlinker.net and adlinker.info can occur after installation of freeware via the 'Express' or 'Custom' option. You may want to install a credible anti-malware tool to resolve any problems with the Adlinker adware.

Posted on December 17, 2014 in Browser Hijackers

Holiday.dynomite.deals

The holiday.dynomite.deals domain serves as a landing page of adware, and it is used to display ads, coupons, discounts, surveys and pop-ups. Users with adware infection on their system may be redirected to holiday.dynomite.deals and may be subjected to a constant display of marketing materials. The adware behind the ads and pop-ups by holiday.dynomite.deals may use web beacons and cookies to display personalized marketing content. The adware affiliated with holiday.dynomite.deals may prove as annoying hindrance for your browsing experience, and you may wish to use a credible anti-spyware tool to clean your system.

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Browser Hijackers

Ratosto

Ratosto is recognized by security experts as a trojan downloader. The Ratosto trojan is employed by criminals because it can open backdoors to the system and download additional malware and help its handlers conduct malicious activities. The Ratosto trojan can download and install Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) that can prove harmful. The Ratosto trojan is distributed through spam campaigns and malvertising. Trojan infections allow hackers to perform activities that are invisible to the legitimate PC users, and the services of a powerful anti-malware program are needed to counter infections of this sort.

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Trojans

Adware.Plugin.736

Adware.Plugin.736 is used by cyber security applications to brand plugins that are being used as advertisement platforms by third parties. Adware plugins often come as unwanted companions of freeware installers. The Adware.Plugin.736 may be the detection of seemingly harmless plugin, but the appearance of pop-ups, ads and coupons should be interpreted as a clear indication of adware infection. Computer users are advised to use a trusted anti-malware utility as a cyber shield and cleaning tool for adware infections such as the Adware.Plugin.736.

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Adware

Smart-Saver Plus

Smart-Saver Plus is published by Melora Investment Limited as a tool to help online shoppers to discover products at the lowest price on the web. The Smart-Saver Plus app has very minimalistic website and Melora Investment Limited state that they give no guarantee to users that their browsing activities will be uninterrupted. The Smart-Saver Plus software is deemed as adware because it provides browser features that include the display of additional ads on websites, sponsored advertising, transitional ads, coupons, banners, pop-ups, and pop-unders. Adware such as the Super Radio toolbar often gathers data on its users in the form of visited web sites and time spent online in order to provide advertisers with marketing data. Marketing data is used by advertisers to develop targeted content and maximize the success rate of people clicking on their ads. You should reconsider keeping the...

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Adware

Super Radio Ads

The Super Radio toolbar by ClientConnect Ltd. may appeal to users that like to listen to music while they surf the web. Computer users should know that the Super Radio toolbar has privacy policies that allow security experts to classify it as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). The Super Radio toolbar will benefit from the incorporation with your browser by recording your online clicks, OS version, and system information. The Super Radio extension may use web beacons and cookies to allow third parties to display advertisements in the form of related search results, ads, banners, and pop-ups. The Super Radio toolbar often comes with free applications, and you may not notice its installation unless you choose the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option in installers. If you are presented with the Super Radio toolbar in your web browser, you should expect many ads and pop-ups coming your way....

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Adware

Adware.JS.Agent.Q

The Adware.JS.Agent.Q detection is a general name utilized by security programs to signify adware capability of particular programs. The JS.Agent.Q detection specifies a JavaScript component of a browser extension that is being used to push advertisement content. The Adware.JS.Agent.Q is often related to browser extensions build on the CrossRider platform. You might have started experiencing pop-ups and ads after the addition of a free application to your system software. Adware infections may allow ad providers to keep track of your browsing history and search queries in order to display related ads. Computer users who detected the Adware.JS.Agent.Q on their system should remove all files associated with it, because adware infections impair browsing experience.

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

AVC Plus

AVC Plus is a fake anti-spyware program and part of a vast family of rogueware named FakeRean-Braviax. AVC Plus was developed to trick and drive Internet users to purchase the supposed registered version of AVC Plus. Also, Trojans are used to propagate rogue anti-spyware programs like AVC Plus. If you try to remove the supposed computer infections, AVC Plus will state that you must first buy the full version of AVC Plus. The purchase of AVC Plus is not what makes it suspicious, but the fact is its system scanner is completely fake and lists the same fabricated threat results. AVC Plus uses a Trojan to take control of the user's computer, and the program may not have real threat removal capabilities. Consider AVC Plus an empty shell created to lure you into relinquishing your credit card information. AVC Plus is not genuine security software; AVC Plus only knows to show you fake error...

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Rogue Anti-Spyware Program

PCTuner

Computer users that download free applications from unknown sources may end up installing Possibly Unwanted Programs on their machines. This may happen when the computer user doesn't uncheck the boxes allowing the installation of additional applications. PCTuner is one of these PUPs. PCTuner is promoted as a free program that can delete useless Registry entries and files and boost the performance and speed of the computer. However, once installed, PCTuner executes a scan automatically and then alerts the users that that their computers need an urgent clean up due to numerous, unnecessary files. PCTuner is a PUP that often arrives on systems through free software bundles. PCTuner is created to scare users into calling supposedly toll-free phone number to repair their system. If you have installed the PCTuner program, you will be presented with an option to scan your system for...

Posted on December 16, 2014 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Media PlayerVidEd

Media PlayerVidEd is classified to be an adware-related application that represents itself a media player, as the name suggests. Instead of being helpful to users, Media PlayerVidEd may cause issues on the computer. Users may often get Media PlayerVidEd on their system by downloading bundled freeware like PDF creators, movie makers, and other types of media players. After installing Media PlayerVidEd on your system, this adware may display advertising pop-ups and banners. Your browsers might be flooded with these unwanted ads, but they will not go away until you remove Media PlayerVidEd and all its related files.

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Adware

Reverse Page Ads

Ads by Reverse Page are often the result of adware or a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). Reverse Page has several distribution methods including bundling marketing techniques and installs an additional browser extension. Once infected, your computer may be injected with unwanted commercial advertisements and often redirected to unwanted websites. Reverse Page may cause your system to run slower than usual due to higher resources consumption.

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

GUPlayer

GUPlayer is a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). GUPlayer is simply a questionable media player that may collect, access and modify user's online habits, data and settings. After sneaking up into your system, GUPlayer starts the process of gathering data and sends it to remote servers. Afterward, collected and analyzed data is used for all kinds of marketing purposes. GUPlayer is the type of adware-related application that may inject unwanted advertisements and be hard to remove. Computer security experts advise users always to pick the 'Advanced' installation option instead of the 'Standard' one.

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Adware

Win32/Emotet.AB

Win32/Emotet.AB is a trojan threat that might often enter a computer system in a sneaky way. For example, trojan threats like Win32/Emotet.AB are often being distributed via different marketing techniques such as fake software updates, spam e-mails or bundling method. Trojans like Win32/Emotet.AB are capable of preventing some of your applications from opening, tracking your online activities and causing your browsers to crash. Moreover, Win32/Emotet.AB trojan may decrease your system's overall performance, causing it to run sluggishly.

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Trojans

Score Escape Ads

Score Escape is a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) with adware capabilities. Applications like Score Escape may infiltrate your system in many ways, but, in most cases, users install them along with free software. Computer security analysts advise people to avoid this and choose the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' installation type as it may prevent you from installing unwanted programs. Score Escape installs a browser extension, add-on or a plugin and may start making changes to your system. Applications such as Score Escape may generate annoying pop-ups, banners and offers that may disrupt your browsing activities. Because of its adware capabilities, Score Escape may also track your browsing history and habits online. Score Escape may cause your browser to display advertising pop-ups when you start it up, that may be quite annoying and hard to remove.

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Adware

Downloader.Generic10.BDJ

Downloader.Generic10.BDJ is a very treacherous Trojan, targeting Windows operating computers regardless of the OS version. The invasive threat relies on sneaky methods to enter your system. After Downloader.Generic10.BDJ reaches your PC, Downloader.Generic10.BDJ may harm important windows files and disorder the functionality of various programs. The cyber crooks operating Downloader.Generic10.BDJ, may gain access to your valuable information and use it for their harmful goals. How does Downloader.Generic10.BDJ Reach its Victims? Downloader.Generic10.BDJ enters your system without you being aware. This pesky infection may be downloaded unwittingly by visiting compromised sites or following corrupted links. Usually, Downloader.Generic10.BDJ Reach is contained in various freeware programs that attract the user's attention. Downloader.Generic10.BDJ may be disguised as a legit...

Posted on December 15, 2014 in Trojans
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