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Savers Junction Ads

The Savers Junction application may be offered to users as a way to save money on clothing, travel, credit cards, education and games. Users that installed the Savers Junction application may be provided with paid surveys regularly. However, the Savers Junction application is classified as an adware that may decelerate your computer and cover your screen with numerous ads. The Savers Junction adware is working with the redirect-gateway at Thebusinessoppscorners.com to redirect users to commercial content and claim pay-per-click revenue for its developers. Additionally, the Savers Junction adware may use logos from companies like Colgate, General Mills, Walmart and Target but Savers Junction is not a legitimate partner. The Savers Junction adware may use misleading information and visual materials to claim credibility and encourage users to buy items from untrusted vendors. Needless...

Posted on February 3, 2016 in Adware

My Coupon Storm Ads

The My Coupon Storm browser extension that users may find at Mycouponstorm.com may display exciting offers in your browser and help you save money on groceries. However, the My Coupon Storm browser extension is an adware that is developed by Informer Technologies, Inc. as a blend of the Healthy Days Hub and CouponUnity adware. The My Coupon Storm adware might use your system resources for Bitcoin mining and decrease the overall performance of your PC. Security experts note that the My Coupon Storm adware is packed with the INNO Setup Builder and may introduce riskware such as the Winner Download Manager and DriverUpdate into your system without your knowledge. Computer users should note that the My Coupon Storm adware may record information such as your clicks on Web pages, bookmarks collection and approximate geographical location to display tailor-suited ads. The ads by...

Posted on February 3, 2016 in Adware

Buddy Ransomware

The Buddy Ransomware is another cryptomalware that you should be mindful of when downloading freeware packages and files from P2P networks. The Buddy Ransomware is a Trojan that is similar in activity to CryptoWall , and its ransom note is styled to appear friendly towards users. Malware researchers note that the Buddy Ransomware behaves similarly to VaultCrypt and would place a full-screen program window on your desktop to welcome you to pay the ransom for your data. Victims of the Buddy Ransomware are provided with links to a knowledge base on what Bitcoins are, how to purchase them and how to pay the ransom that is required to unlock their files. The ransom note is a simple GUI program that has a header colored in red and provides links to Localbitcoins.com for users to buy Bitcoins. Users may be instructed to download the TOR Browser bundle to access hidden Web pages on...

Posted on February 3, 2016 in Ransomware

Koyote Soft Toolbar

The Koyote Soft Toolbar, developed by the Koyote-Lab, Inc. is classified by security analysts as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). There are some worrying reasons that make the Koyote Soft Toolbar to be a PUP. The Koyote Soft Toolbar may gather and store information about the PC user's Internet surfing routine and transmit this information to its sponsors so they can provide services or show pop-up advertisements via the toolbar. The Koyote Soft Toolbar may be installed into any Web browser favored by the computer user, including Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer and Google Chrome. Computer users may access the Koyote Soft Toolbar search service by entering requests in its search box. However, the search results presented by the Koyote Soft Toolbar may not be reliable and even lead the computer users to unsafe places of the Web. The Koyote Soft Toolbar may change the default...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Freebies Machine Ads

Freebies Machine is an adware that may display pop-up advertisements, deals, offers, sponsored links, and discount coupons via a pop-up box on social networks, shopping-related websites, or another reliable website that might have been affected by adware or browser hijackers. Freebies Machine pop-up advertisements and messages may be shown as boxes that may include numerous discount coupons. These coupons, when clicked, may show additional pop-up advertisements and banners on the computer. Freebies Machine may generate advertising income for its developers from advertising clicks. Freebies Machine may raise websites traffic by diverting computer users to suspicious websites continuously, and against their will. Freebies Machine may insert a browser extension, plug-in or add-on for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome when the PC user installs a cost-free application...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware

eSpeedMusic Search

The eSpeedMusic Toolbar is a potentially unwanted toolbar that is advertised as an application that can let the computer user 'Easily search the web for FREE unlimited music, song, full albums, music videos.' The eSpeedMusic Toolbar is considered to be a potentially unwanted application/adware that may enter a computer via downloads of other free software. Once installed on a machine, the eSpeedMusic Toolbar may embed a relevant toolbar, replace the search provider and default start page or a new tab window with musix.searchalgo.com. The eSpeedMusic Toolbar may show random pop-up advertisements and sponsored links in search results of any popular search provider such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox, and may collect search terms from the PC user's search requests. The eSpeedMusic Toolbar may be used to increase traffic of unreliable websites and make a...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Ads by New Way Sports

The New Way Sports browser extension is an adware and users might install it with a freeware package without notice. The New Way Sports adware is a variant of the WatchAnyGame adware by Informer Technologies, Inc. and is very similar to Fetch Sports . The New Way Sports adware may claim to help users follow the progress of their favorite sports team and sports athlete, but its main objective is to push coupons, discounts and promotions to earn affiliate marketing revenue. The New Way Sports adware may place shortcuts to Skysports.com, Standard.co.uk and Espnplayer.com on your desktop to dissuade you from uninstalling it. The New Way Sports adware is a security vulnerability because it is not digitally signed, may load insecure content and its Internet traffic is unencrypted. The New Way Sports adware may load pop-up windows and banners while you are surfing the Internet and read...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware

Ads by Healthy Days Hub

The ads by Healthy Days Hub might not disturb physically active PC users but adware generates them, and that should raise an alarm. The Healthy Days Hub adware may be offered to you by software bundles that are signed by Current Tower Applications Ltd. The Healthy Days Hub adware is created by the infamous Informer Technologies, Inc. and is similar to the BabyMegs adware. The Healthy Days Hub adware is advertised at Healthydayshub.com promising to help Web surfers develop healthy habits and save money on healthy food. However, the Healthy Days Hub adware may clutter your desktop with pop-up and pop-under windows as well as inject additional advertisements on your favorite online store. The Healthy Days Hub adware may use ActionScript and JavaScript to load video commercials whenever you open a new tab page and follow links to sites. Security analysts note that the Healthy Days...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware

Startseite24.net

The Startseite24.net site is hosting a custom search engine that is tailored to provide optimized search results for German-speaking Web surfers. At Startseite24.net users may find quick links to news, social media, videos and online shops, and benefit from search results from the Microsoft's Bing. Security authorities report that the Startseite24.net site is a redirect-gateway associated with a browser hijacker that might modify your browser settings to reroute your Internet traffic to insecure Web pages and online stores. The Startseite24.net browser hijacker is known to accompany unofficial builds of the Apache's OpenOffice that are signed by a developer named Arne Koenig. Moreover, heuristic detections about fake VLC Player and Media Player Classic software can be traced back to Arne Koenig. German-speaking users are advised to apply caution when downloading free software from Web...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

‘M66.dnsqa.me’ Pop-Ups

The M66.dnsqa.me domain is not trusted by most Web filters and Web browsers such as Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer may block it from loading. Exceptions are possible when the user is infected with adware. The M66.dnsqa.me domain is associated with adware applications among which is the DNS Unlocker that is quite famous for being distributed in many versions. Also, the M66.dnsqa.me is linked to a browser hijacker with adware capabilities that may change your default homepage to Audiorecorders.us and show pop-up windows loaded with commercials from untrusted merchants. The M66.dnsqa.me browser hijacker may initiate direct GET requests via HTTP within Internet Explorer and users may notice a program window opening that invites them to install programs such as 24×7 Help and DoReMe . The M66.dnsqa.me browser hijacker may use ActionScript to load...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware

’877-897-5126′ Pop-Ups

'877-897-5126' Pop-Ups is a toll free service number that is associated with a questionable service supposedly offering computer issue fixes and security services for your Windows PC. The use of '877-897-5126' Pop-Ups by clicking on them may cause unwanted site redirects. Additionally, by calling the '877-897-5126' Pop-Ups number you may be connected to an associate that asks for payment for their services, which may end up being something that you do not need for your computer. The deception of '877-897-5126' Pop-Ups is annoying as are the repeated banners or popup ads from the threat. Removal of '877-897-5126' Pop-Ups may be a task that involves finding and removing all associated plugins or browser extensions from your system.

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Browser Hijackers

Weather Wizard Ads

Weather Wizard Ads are advertisements that display as part of an adware threat that is known to install with the installation of random freeware programs that may have been obtained and downloaded from the internet. The Weather Wizard Ads may be enticing through their offers where if they are clicked, your web browser may redirect to another site loading a page that could have unwanted or questionable content. While the Weather Wizard Ads may not be initially harmful, they are annoying and intrusive to many. Eliminating the annoyances of Weather Wizard Ads may involve finding and deleting all related components or files that have loaded on the infected system. Additionally, through use of an antispyware tool the Weather Wizard Ads and related browser extensions may be automatically removed.

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware

TrojanDownloader:O97M/Daoyap.C

TrojanDownloader:O97M/Daoyap.C is a dangerous computer malware threat that is known to load without notification to the computer user. The nature of TrojanDownloader:O97M/Daoyap.C is to conduct malicious activities without alerting the computer user of its presence or actions. Most of the functions of TrojanDownloader:O97M/Daoyap.C result in connecting to outside sources where a remote attacker may be able to gain access and then steal data stored on the infected system’s hard drive. By bypassing many built-in defenses setup by Windows or other known firewalls, TrojanDownloader:O97M/Daoyap.C may gain control of certain functions on a computer where it could initiate certain connections over the internet and end up conducting actions that prove to be illegal. It is extremely important to gain control of a system infected with TrojanDownloader:O97M/Daoyap.C and take the necessary...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Trojans

Pass and Play Ads

The Pass And Play browser extension may attract the attention of users that love to watch football, soccer, hockey, and similar sports and share their experience with friends. You may encounter the Pass And Play browser extension in a free software setup file and on low-quality software distribution platforms. Security researchers report that the Pass And Play extension is an adware that is created by a well-known adware developer known as Yontoo LLC. The Pass And Play adware is very similar to the WatchAnyGame and Fetch Sports adware, and may be perceived as harmless by some users. However, the Pass And Play may load corrupted ads in your browser and disable security features that may increase the risk of infection with Binuflix and Injector . The Pass And Play adware may use JavaScript to inject additional advertisements on your favorite Web pages to improve the affiliate...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware

PocketRebates Ads

The Pocket Rebates software is another add-on that claims to help users save a few dollars while shopping online and prioritizes affiliate marketing revenue over your security and comfort. The Pocket Rebates browser add-on can be found at Pocketrebates.com and may land on your PC as an additional component to a free software setup file. Security researchers classify the Pocket Rebates add-on as an adware that may load corrupted ads in your browser and prevent you from loading HD videos on YouTube. Additionally, the Pocket Rebates adware may record information such as your IP address, Internet history, and software configuration to help advertisers deliver targeted advertising content. The Pocket Rebates adware may feature the digital signature of Current Tower Applications Ltd., but its communications are not encrypted, and users are exposed to cyber threats such as...

Posted on February 2, 2016 in Adware