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Safer Search

The Safer Search web page hosts a search engine and an ad panel that can be linked to a browser hijacker promoted as a search assistant in free software packages. Computer users might have installed the Safer Search browser hijacker as a drive-by install of a free software installation, and that will result in the modification of their online settings. The aforementioned browser hijacker sets your home page to Safer Search and sets it as your search provider. Also, you might experience many ads that can take the form of banners, pop-ups, and pop-unders. The Safer Search browser hijacker may read your online search operations to determine what type of ads would be most attractive to you, and it will monetize clicks on them for its developers. The Safer Search browser hijacker can be used to direct web traffic towards specified websites, online stores and services via ads and browser...

Posted on January 26, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Playzy

The Playzy browser application by Bitcocktail offers gaming features that may be attractive to many computer users, but you might want to know that it is perceived as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware functionality. The Playzy browser app may appear as a Browser Helper Object in Internet Explorer under the name of 'Playzy Helper', and it can modify the user's home page and search provider. The Playzy BHO is ad-supported, and you might experience an abundance of advertising materials inside your browser. The Playzy adware can monetize your clicks on ads, banners, search results, pop-ups, text links, transitional and full page ads provided by its Browser Helper Object. The Playzy BHO can be downloaded as a stand-alone installer, but in most cases, users install it as an extra tool in free application installers. You might want to purge the Playzy browser application from...

Posted on January 26, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

BrainFakBanana

The BrainFakBanana software is branded as adware by security experts because it displays numerous pop-up windows and ads in the user's web browser. The BrainFakBanana browser application can attach an add-on to Mozilla Firefox, a browser extension to Google Chrome or a Browser Helper Object to Internet Explorer to facilitate its operations. The BrainFakBanana adware is deployed via bundling with freeware installers, and you might install it when you use the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The BrainFakBanana adware functions as an advertising engine that generates pay-per-click revenue for its developers that may cover your browser surface with marketing materials. The BrainFakBanana browser application may read your browsing history and record the online content you engage to display related ads. Security experts advise the removal of the BrainFakBanana adware because it may obstruct...

Posted on January 26, 2015 in Adware

HDview

The HDview browser application by Cossrider platform is deemed by security experts as adware and should not be mistaken with the legitimate HDView software from Microsoft Research that is used to enhance online media. The HDview adware uses the name of the reputable software by Microsft Research and freeware packages to spread on many systems and display advertisements. The successful installation of the HDview browser application may cause the appearance of a browser extension, an add-on or a Browser Helper Object depending on what web browser you are using. The HDview adware may push many ads, pop-ups and banners while you are exploring the web and that might obstruct your web routine. Adware such as the HDview browser application by Crossrider Platform can be purged by a trusted anti-malware utility.

Posted on January 23, 2015 in Potentially Unwanted Programs

VideoBuzzer

The VideoBuzzer browser application may be offered as a tool that will enhance your video experience online, but security researchers brand it as adware because it displays many ads inside the web browser. The VideoBuzzer adware may appear as a Browse Helper in Internet Explorer, an add-on in Mozilla Firefox or a browser extension in Google Chrome and does not share relation with the renown VideoBuzz channel on YouTube. The VideoBuzzer adware is used by vendors to present you with numerous marketing materials in the form of ads, pop-ups, banners, transitional and contextual hyperlinks to sponsored products and services. The VideoBuzzer browser application is distributed by embedding it with free software installers to allow it to be installed on as many PCs as possible. If you have detected the VideoBuzzer adware on your system, you might seek the help of a reputable anti-spyware tool...

Posted on January 23, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Cheap4all

The Cheap4all browser extension is deemed by security experts as adware that can be linked to the online shop on Cheap4all.wix.com/cyprus. The Cheap4all adware displays advertisements in the form of banners, in-text hyperlinks to sponsored products, ad boxes and pop-windows that may obscure your comfortable online experience. The Cheap4all browser extension functions as ad aggregator that aims to direct web traffic from clicks on the displayed ads and to promote services. The Cheap4all browser extension may arrive in your system by tagging along with a freeware installer you might have handled via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The successful installation of the Cheap4all extension may result in your bookmarks and browsing history being used to deliver custom-made ads. The intrusive ads of the Cheap4all adware might provide you with enough reasons to remove it with the services of...

Posted on January 23, 2015 in Adware

Lp1.playerpage108.info

The Lp1.playerpage108.info domain is employed by adware that displays a pop-up window offering a fake Adobe Flash Player update. The Lp1.playerpage108.info pop-up might use a color theme similar to the legitimate Adobe Flash Player, and you should be cautious not to download files from Lp1.playerpage108.info. Security experts remind that the adware that generates the Lp1.playerpage108.info pop-up window might be used to deploy Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) by using the reputation of the renown Adobe Systems, Inc. Adware can be used to promote software, as well as services and marketing materials, and you should think twice before clicking on the Lp1.playerpage108.info pop-up. The adware connected to the Lp1.playerpage108.info domain may have been installed on your system alongside a free application, and you might want to review your recently installed programs. The adware that...

Posted on January 23, 2015 in Browser Hijackers

TampaGeneration

If you are experiencing an abundance of ads by TampaGeneration, you might want to know that you have adware in your system. The TampaGeneration adware may appear as a browser extension, and you might notice it in your 'Programs and Features' section of 'Control Panel'. The purpose of the TampaGeneration adware is to display advertisements and monetize clicks on them for its developers. The adware developers that created the TampaGeneration extension rely on freeware installers to disperse their product, and you might have installed the TampaGeneration adware along with a free program. The TampaGeneration adware can use your online history to display tailor-suited ads, banners, ad boxes, pop-up and pop-under windows to deliver its advertisement content. Computer experts advice the removal of adware such as the TampaGeneration extension because it may lower the performance of your web...

Posted on January 23, 2015 in Adware

‘Adware.DealPlay has been detected.’ Pop-Up

If you are presented with a pop-up stating that 'Adware.DealPlay has been detected.' your first thought might be to call the number 1-844-603-1185 that is conveniently provided for you to seek help. However, security researchers point out that adware are relatively low-risk threats and that the 'Adware.DealPlay has been detected.' pop-up may direct you to call a pricey number. The 'Adware.DealPlay has been detected.' pop-up is generated by adware on your system that earns money for its developers by scaring users and pointing them to call tech support. The adware that is responsible for the 'Adware.DealPlay has been detected.' pop-up may have entered your PC by incorporating with a freeware installer. It might not be a good idea to call 1-844-603-1185 from the 'Adware.DealPlay has been detected.' pop-up because you may end up installing a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) or...

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Adware

CoolincCheap

The CoolincCheap browser application is another adware promoted as an online shopping companion that can save you money. The CoolincCheap application can appear as a browser extension, an add-on or a Browser Helper Object depending on the web browsers you have on your system. The CoolincCheap adware can insert a registry key in Windows to ensure its operation every time you launch your web browser, and you might be subjected to abundance of ads, pop-ups, and banners. The CoolincCheap browser application serves its developers by generating pay-per-click revenue, and the CoolincCheap adware might not be concerned with the safety of its ads. Adware such as the CoolincCheap extension may clutter your browser with marketing materials, and you might want to use a credible anti-malware tool to remove it from your PC.

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

PrizeCoupon

The PrizeCoupon browser app is advertised as a valuable shopping companion in freeware bundles, but you might be interested to know that it is branded by security experts as adware. The PrizeCoupon software has functionality similar to the modus operandi of the Right Coupon, PerfectCoupon and Savings Bull browser extensions that work as ad platforms. The PrizeCoupon app may appear as a browser extension, and add-on or a Browse Helper Object depending on what browser you have on your PC. The PrizeCoupon adware may use its integration with your web browser to display coupons, discounts, ads pop-up windows and banners that might cover your browser surface. The PrizeCoupon extension works as an ad platform for marketing materials from retailers, and its operations may slow down your PC. By inserting a registry key in Windows, the PrizeCoupon adware can perform every time you start your...

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Adware

OfferSoft

If you are presented with ads by OfferSoft, you might want to know that you have adware in your system that may collect non-personally identifiable information and display tailor-suited ads in your web browser. The OfferSoft software may appear as an add-on with misspelled name like oFferSoft or as an extension in Google Chrome and a Browser Helper Object in Internet Explorer. The common distribution method of adware such as the OfferSoft is to embed it with a free application installer that allows oFferSoft to be installed relatively quickly on many machines. The OfferSoft software may use its browser integration to present you with discounts, special offers, ads and pop-ups that might cover your browser surface. The toleration of the oFferSoft adware activities might not be a good idea, and you might want to use a trustworthy anti-malware tool to clean and protect your system.

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

SuperPlusRadio

The SuperPlusRadio browser extension by RadioCanyonv2 can be found promoted in freeware installers as an app that allows you to listen to a radio while browsing the web. The SuperPlusRadio app has functionality similar to Radio Canyon and Super Radio because it operates as an advertising engine of ad providers. Adware developers disperse the SuperPlusRadio browser extension under two versions, 1.3 and 2.1, both of which display numerous ads, pop-ups, banners and special deals inside the user's web browser. The entertaining features of the SuperPlusRadio extension might not be enough for you to keep it on your PC, and you might want to remove SuperPlusRadio with the help of a reliable anti-malware tool.

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

FoTest

FoTest is a browser application that may appear as a Browser Helper Object in Internet Explorer, an extension in Google Chrome, or as an add-on in Mozilla Firefox. The FoTest software is deployed bundled with free application installers to ensure its distribution. You can notice FoTest advertised as a helping hand in your shopping activities, but you might be interested to know that it is deemed by security researchers as adware. The FoTest adware may use its integration with your web browser to read your bookmarks and online history in order to determine what type of marketing materials may attract you. The FoTest software functions as a marketing engine that may push pop-ups, banners, coupons and special offers inside your browser. Adware developers have created the FoTest software to generate revenue from your clicks on the ads pushed by their application. The helpful shopping...

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

BrowserServices

The BrowserServices software by Selecao Technologies might be promoted as an online experience enhancer, but it is branded by security experts as adware. The BrowserServices adware may appear as BrowserServicesv3.2 that delivers to computer users ads, pop-ups, and sponsored links. The primary function of the BrowserServices adware is to promote products and products and to generate pay-per-click revenue for its developers. Adware such as the BrowserServicesv3.2 can arrive in your system by tagging along with a freeware installer, and you wouldn't notice it unless you explore the 'Custom' or 'Advanced' option. The BrowserServices software may attach itself to your web browser as a Browser Helper Object, an add-on or a browser extension in order to propel its ads and use your browsing history to display related advertisement. You might want to purge BrowserServices from your system as...

Posted on January 22, 2015 in Adware
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