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DoReMe

The DoReMe browser tool may have an amusing name and may offer you to display lyrics for your favorite music videos, but it is perceived as adware. Security experts note that the programming of the DoReMe application dictates to display advertisements in your web client, and not much little code is dedicated to its promoted functionality. The DoReMe adware functions as a tool to generate pay-per-click revenue for its developers by cluttering your web browser with banners, ad boxes and pop-ups. Best keep in mind that adware is not known to apply safety policies regarding the displayed ads and caution is advised. Also, the DoReMe adware may use your browsing history, Web client type and approximate geographical location as a reference in order to display targeted marketing materials. You may be interested to know that the DoReMe aware travels the web embedded with free application...

Posted on March 25, 2015 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

’844-332-7029′ Scam Message

The 844-332-7029 scam message is associated with the Call-844-332-7029.com web page where fake technical is promoted. Computer users infected with adware might be presented with pop-ups that say 'Your personal and financial information might be at risk' and be directed to call 844-332-7029. Security experts remind that the 844-332-7029 scam message is generated by adware on your computer, and you should not be hasty to believe your data is at risk. However, you could have installed adware along with a free application when you handle setup files via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. You may want to check your web browser for unfamiliar tools because adware is often promoted as powerful browser enhancers. Also, the tech support on 844-332-7029 may claim that it is capable to help you with problems concerning products of leading security applications. The adware related to the...

Posted on March 25, 2015 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

Hover Zoom

Hover Zoom is a browser extension for Google Chrome that started as a safe and valuable tool to view zoomed images on websites when you hover your mouse over pictures. However, the latest versions of Hover Zoom are reported to display commercials from advertisers in the form of banners and in-text hyperlinks to sponsored content. Security analysts conducted an investigation and discovered that the Hover Zoom extension collects information such as your IP address, approximate geographical location and monitors which websites you frequently visit. Additionally, Hover Zoom may use web beacons, Flash cookies as well as HTTP cookies to create a unique profile about your online habits in order to help advertisers generate tailor-suited ads. The behavior of Hover Zoom is typically associated with adware, but the program performs as promised. Therefore, the Hover Zoom browser extension is...

Posted on March 25, 2015 in Adware

Defender Pro 2015

Defender Pro 2015 is a rogue anti-virus application. The Defender Pro 2015 program is known for displaying a menu screen with several options for supposedly cleaning a Windows PC of detected viruses and other malicious threats that is claimed as infections. Computer users who attempt to allow Defender Pro 2015 to clean their system of viruses and such may later discover that Defender Pro 2015 is a bogus security application. The task of Defender Pro 2015 is to deceive and only take a computer user’s money in return for a bogus security application. The enticement of using Defender Pro 2015 mostly comes from it displaying repeated pop-up messages and alerts claiming to have detected several viruses or other threats on the system it is installed on. Eliminating Defender Pro 2015 may be done through the use of a trusted antispyware application so it may never display such deceptive...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Rogue Anti-Virus Program

Nhczz.updatenow.rivertrail.kim

The Nhczz.updatenow.rivertrail.kim domain is utilized by adware that is programmed to show pop-up windows in your web browser that may suggest you to install video software. The pop-ups by Nhczz.updatenow.rivertrail.kim may feature colors typically associated with the legitimate Adobe Flash Player as a way to present the promoted media player as legitimate. Moreover, the pop-ups by Nhczz.updatenow.rivertrail.kim might host a panel in white and gray that lists instructions how to install the supposedly harmless media player. You should avoid installing software promoted on pop-ups generated by adware because you may grant attackers remote access to your computer. The adware associated with Nhczz.updatenow.rivertrail.kim may have arrived on your PC as a plugin, an add-on, a browser extension and Browser Helper Object that was part of a freeware package. You may be interested to know...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Tellurium Generate Ads

Adware developers have created an application named Tellurium Generate that can arrive on your computer by embedding with a freeware installer. Many users prefer to install free software via the 'Typical' or 'Express' option eager to try a new powerful video codec or an advanced music player. However, the rushed installation of freeware may allow the Tellurium Generate adware to install a Browser Helper Object, an add-on and an extension to your web client and start displaying ads. The 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option in installers should be preferred because it reveals what software is being deployed to your system, and you can choose the desired components. Security analysts warn that the ads by Tellurium Generate may not be safe because the primary goal of adware is to monetize clicks. You should note that the adware developers are not considered as trusted affiliate marketers, and...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Adware

NCupons

The NCupons browser tool is advertised to help you efficiently navigate through online shops and gain access to exclusive deals, but security analysts deem NCupons as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). NCupons is considered as a PUP because it executes an aggressive advertisement campaign in your web client via using a Browser Helper Object, an add-on, and a browser extension. The 'Terms of Use' agreement of the NCupons app reveals that NCupons can display numerous coupons, commercials, banners, discounts and pop-ups when you chose to install it. However, most users install NCupons as a drive-by installation of freeware that they handled through the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The NCupons app is programmed to read the metadata of pages you browse and the search terms you enter in order to generate tailor-suited ads. Needless to say, many web surfers might not like the...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Epplnk

The Epplnk binary is perceived by security experts as adware that is designed to inject your web browser with ads and has versions for Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. If you experience ads by Epplnk, you may have installed an adware powered application on your PC when you installed a freeware package. Adware developers take advantage of the fact that the majority of users install free software setup files via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option in order to disperse their product on many PCs. The Epplnk adware serves its developers to generate affiliate marketing commission by displaying banners, ad boxes and pop-up windows on infected computers. You may want to be careful what software you install on your machine because the Epplnk adware may direct you to visit harmful domains where bugs in your browser could be exploited. Moreover, the Epplnk adware may read the...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Adware

0ugzz.promorewards.lockkite.kim

Security experts warn users not to click on the content by 0ugzz.promorewards.lockkite.kim because they may install harmful programs. Computer users may want to know that they may be presented with pop-up windows by 0ugzz.promorewards.lockkite.kim that are propelled by adware on their system. The Lockkite.kim domain functions as a gateway for adware to direct people to different advertisements. You should note that the 0ugzz.promorewards.lockkite.kim pop-ups may contain links to unsafe Internet locations and your data and online identity might be put at risk by visiting suspicious websites. Security researchers report that the IP address 184.73.247.179 of 0ugzz.promorewards.lockkite.kim is detected to communicate with the Symmi trojan and several other cyber threats. It can be concluded that the software promoted on the Lockkite.kim domain and on the 0ugzz.promorewards.lockkite.kim...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Download.url2qr.org

The Download.url2qr.org domain that is registered to the IP address 54.154.209.214 is associated with adware by security researchers. Computer users infected with adware could be presented with pop-ups by Download.url2qr.org that suggest users to install a supposedly legitimate 'Flash Player' plugin that is promoted as a free, simple and fast player. Also, the Download.url2qr.org pop-ups may feature a small panel that resembles a system message on Windows 7 that says your download is ready, and you can click OK to install the promoted app. However, you should keep in mind that the pop-ups by Download.url2qr.org are generated by adware, and you might be suggested to install a potentially harmful software. Security researchers note that the Download.url2qr.org domain can be used to deploy riskware such as the SweetPlayer and the MyPC Backup . You may be interested to know that you...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

A1 PC Cleaner

The A1 PC Cleaner program by A1 PCCleaner Software Private Limited is advertised as a system optimizer that will boost your machine. A1 PC Cleaner can be downloaded from its official web page, but users most often encounter it in freeware packages. You might want to know that security experts consider A1 PC Cleaner as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) due to its functionality. The A1 PC Cleaner app can automatically download and install additional software as updates without notifying the computer users. Additionally, A1 PC Cleaner may add browser tools, plugins and toolbars to your web client that can be used to push marketing materials. The A1 PC Cleaner application is known to insert a registry key in Windows to auto-start with your OS, and it can launch a background service to execute its operations. You should note that the A1 PC Cleaner program can present you with a pop-up...

Posted on March 24, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Flavorbait.country

If you notice the Flavorbait.country pop-ups, this is an indication of a serious adware infection. The site is associated with an aggressive browser hijacker that modifies the preset browser configuration in order to perform its harmful tasks. The user may notice that his browser behaves strangely and often loads some pages automatically. In addition, the adware creates many ads that appear intrusively on many sites. A more dangerous aspect of the hijackers is that besides the seemingly innocent ads, it displays a popping up message that informs the user about some outdated software. However, this notification is fake and attempts to infect the user's computer with malware. The browser hijacker, associated with Flavorbait.country, should be deleted in a timely manner in order to avoid damage. It can be downloaded as an addition to freeware, so people should be extremely careful with...

Posted on March 23, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

Express Find

Express Find is a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that will allegedly improve the online shopping and save money to the user. In fact, this is an adware tool that aims to increase the page impressions of the partner sites. This is achieved by spamming the browser with various ads such as popping up messages, banners and hyperlinked text. The search results also get modified and the top results often don't correspond to the queries. Express Find doesn't really help the user as the ads may significantly slow the browsing process. In addition, some of the sponsored pages may not be legitimate and may try to harm the PCs of the visitors. People often install such PUPs unintentionally when they load some cost-free programs. The adware is disguised as a bundle and only the Advanced guide can provide the user with data about all components that are about to be installed. Keeping Express...

Posted on March 23, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Rifledonkey.country

The Internet users should avoid the suspicious domain Rifledonkey.country as it can pose a serious threat to their computer's well-being. The site is associated with an aggressive pop-up that informs the user that he has some outdated software. This is not true as the real purpose of the message is to make the user install some malicious programs. The pop-up message doesn't come alone but is a component of adware. The most common distribution method of such unpleasant browser extensions relies on the help of legitimate freeware. If the users have some concerns about the versions of their Adobe player, Flash player or browser, they should check the official websites. Any suspicious popping up messages should be ignored as this is an attempt to load some threats. As the adware tools tend to be stubborn, the removal process should involve an advanced malware removal program.

Posted on March 23, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

EazyZoom

EazyZoom is a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that is responsible for the creation of many ads that flood the browser. As a typical PUP, EazyZoom offers very limited utility to its customers. Information about EazyZoom can be found on the official site of the product - eazyzoom.net. It is described as a helpful tool for the zooming of on-line pictures. However, this is just a trick in order to encourage the download. After the installation, the PUP performs as an adware and tries to lead the user to sponsored pages. This involves the use of many pop-ups, banners and in-text ads, which can be seen all the time. On the "Privacy Policy" page, the developers admit that they track the cookies and collect various browsing-related information such as the detailed history, the conducted searches, the IP address and the types of browser. This information is used to make the displayed ads...

Posted on March 23, 2015 in Potentially Unwanted Programs
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