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Dealicious

The Dealicious browser add-on may seem like a helpful shopping assistant, but it's classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware capabilities. The Dealicious app is built on the Crossrider platform and can work with Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Mozilla Firefox. Users may start seeing ads by Dealicious after they install a freeware package via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. Also, the Dealicious browser add-on is available to download from its official website where users can read its ToS (Terms of Service). You should note that the Dealicious app employs several tracking technologies like HTTP, session and Adobe Flash cookies as well as recording your search criteria on Google and Bing. The advertisers affiliated with Dealicious can use that information to present you with targeted marketing materials loaded in banners, contextual commercials, video...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

Coupons Free

The Coupons Free add-on is another adware developed by the infamous SuperWeb LLC. The Coupons Free adware may be promoted to you as a shopping adviser in freeware bundles, but its primary objective is to earn pay-per-click revenue. The Coupons Free adware is programmed to display numerous ads in your web client in the form of contextual and transitional commercials, pop-ups and banners. The coupons, discounts and exclusive offers by Coupons Free may direct you to visit online stores with a bad reputation and potentially harmful domains. Moreover, the Coupons Free adware may offer you to subscribe to expensive services, install riskware and redirect you to phishing web sites. The Coupons Free adware may add a task in the Windows Task Scheduler to update its executable without notifying you and may decrease your web client performance. Adware such as Coupons Free, New App and Sad...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

NiceDeal

The NiceDeal add-on is classified by security researchers as adware that computer users might encounter in freeware packages promoted as a shopping assistant under the 'Custom' or 'Advanced' option. The NiceDeal adware is designed to read the metadata of the websites you browse and inject advertisements by sponsors. The NiceDeal adware may use a background service to keep track of your clicks around the web and display related commercials loaded on banners, pop-ups, and ad boxes. Security researchers add that the NiceDeal adware powered add-on may use HTTP cookies to store information like your computer configuration and approximate geographical location that can be used to offer to install specific software. The NiceDeal adware is dispersed among users to earn pay-per-click revenue for its developers, and you may be directed to visit unsafe web locations. Users are not advised to...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

SpaceOffers

The SpaceOffers binary is deemed by security researchers as adware because it injects advertisements on the pages that you browse the Internet. The SpaceOffers adware may substitute the safe ads on well-known online stores like eBay, Amazon, and Asos. The SpaceOffers has versions for Internet Explorer. Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome that travel incorporated with freeware installers. You might want to start installing freeware with the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option if you don't want to see ads by SpaceOffers pouring in. The SpaceOffers adware can display ad panels, contextual and transitional ads as well as pop-up windows loaded with special offers. Moreover, the SpaceOffers adware may insert a key in the Windows Registry to auto-start with your OS and may slow down your web browser. Adware such as the SpaceOffers can use session and HTTP cookies, and read your web history in order...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

RelaySoft Ads

The ads by RelaySoft in your web browser are generated by adware that uses a DLL file as its host. The RelaySoft adware may have arrived on your PC along with a free application installer that you carelessly handled via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The RelaySoft adware is created to earn-pay-per click revenue by displaying banners, pop-ups and add boxes in your web browser. Security experts point out that adware developers do not care for your safety, and you might be directed to visit potentially harmful domains. The primary function of the RelaySoft adware is to direct web traffic towards online shops, software centers with a questionable reputation and suspicious online services. As long as the developers of the RelaySoft adware are paid you could be exposed to offers to install riskware. Additionally, the RelaySoft adware may use HTTP cookies and read your Internet history...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

DiscountExt Ads

The DiscountExt browser extension can be installed on your PC automatically when you handle a free software bundle via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. The DiscountExt app may is promoted as a tool that can save you money on popular shopping websites such as Amazon, eBay, uBid, and Bonanza. However, security analysts deem the DiscountExt browser extension as adware because it can use tracking cookies and may record your searches on Google in order to present you with related commercials. The ads by DiscountExt may be presented to you as banners, ad boxes and in-text-hyperlinks to sponsored products and services. Moreover, the DiscountExt adware may replace the native ads on your favorite websites and direct you to visit potentially harmful domains. Computer users who are infected with the DiscountExt adware report that their ad-blocker is disabled, and their computer is running...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

Product Deals

The Product Deals software from SuperWeb LLC is advertised as a tool to pull the best deals from online stores. The Product Deals software can be downloaded from its official website, and, in many cases, users install it as an additional program in freeware bundles. The Product Deals tool is perceived by security experts as adware because it is programmed to display numerous advertisement materials in your web browser and profit from your clicks. The Product Deals adware may modify your web browser settings in order to show video ads, banners, ad panels, coupons, and discounts. The Product Deals adware may appear as a standalone program in the 'Programs and Features' module of 'Control Panel'. Security experts note that the Product Deals adware may launch a background service that allows it to read your browsing history, bookmarks and record your search criteria in order to generate...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

Coupnoon Toolbar

The Coupnoon Toolbar is promoted in freeware packages as a shopping helper that will provide you with interesting coupons and discounts from 'Best Buy', 'Barnes & Noble' and 'PetSmart'. It may seem like a good idea to install the Coupnoon Toolbar, but you might want to know that security researchers classify it as adware. Also, the Coupnoon Toolbar may appear as an add-on named Coupoon and modify your online settings. The Coupnoon adware is used as a marketing platform to launch surveys, questionnaires and display coupons, discounts, and special offers. The ads by Coupoon may take the form of banners, pop-up and pop-under windows as well as ad boxes and in-text hyperlinks. You should note that the Coupnoon Toolbar functions as a gateway to services and products by third parties that could be located on untrusted websites. Users might want to consider removing the Coupnoon Toolbar,...

Posted on April 16, 2015 in Adware

New App Ads

The New App executable by SuperWeb LLC is classified by security analysts as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware functionality. You may be interested to know that SuperWb LLC is known to develop adware and PUPs such as Storimbo and YSearchService predominantly. The 'End User License' of New App states that it will customize your online settings in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox to optimize your searches on Bing and Google. In reality, the primary goal of the New App executable is to display promotional materials. Moreover, the p'Privacy p' policy of SuperWeb LLC states that information like your software configuration and preferred websites can be shared with third parties. New App can appear as a stand-alone program on your 'Programs and Features' list in 'Control Panel' and may change your homepage, default search provider and the way search...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Adware

HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A

The HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A cyber threat can grant attackers a remote access to infected PCs. The HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A malware is connected to the Fynloski backdoor trojan, and they are both used as tools to infiltrate systems. The HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A trojan is deployed enclosed in archive files that are attached to spam emails with subject lines relating to financial operations. The HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A malware is used by hackers to compromise the security of computers and modify and extract data. Additionally, HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A can be used to perform DDoS attacks by flooding networks with TCP, UDP and HTTP packets. It can be concluded that HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A can be used by hackers to perform a number of malicious activities and hijack your system resources. The HackTool:Win32/Oylecann.A malware can be countered by using a trusted anti-malware...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Hacktool

View That Deal Ads

The View That Deal browser tool claims to deliver the cheapest deals faster than any other shopping helper and save you money while doing so. You might want to know that the View That Deal browser tool is classified by security researchers as adware because it displays numerous advertisements in your web browser. The View That Deal adware is dispersed among users with the help of freeware packages that most users handle via the 'Typical' or 'Express' option. Moreover, the View That Deal adware is often accompanied by other such as AddLyrics and Betterdeals that are known to cover your browser surface with pop-ups and video ads. Security researchers add that the IP address 108.174.149.154 of the official website of View That Deal can be connected to more adware such as Blockandsurf and Remarkit that are known to expose users to potentially harmful software. Needless to say, the...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Great Deals

The Great Deals program is promoted as a shopping assistant in freeware bundles under the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option and users may be interested to install it. However, the Great Deals program is perceived by security analysts as adware because it functions as an advertising engine that uses tracking cookies and reads your Internet history to display related ads. The Great Deals adware may use an add-on a plugin, a browser extension, and a Browser Helper Object to show ad boxes, banners, and contextual commercials during your online session. The developers of the Great Deals adware use it to earn pay-per-click revenue, and your safety is of no concern to them. The Great Deals adware may feature links to potentially harmful web locations where vulnerabilities in your web client could be exploited, and your clicks are at your risk. Additionally, the Great Deals adware can cover your...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Adware

iShopper

The iShopper browser extension is advertised as a shopping adviser that will help you purchase goods smarter and faster than before. However, the iShopper browser extension is deemed by security researchers as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware capabilities. The iShopper extension works with advertisers to display relevant marketing content. You should note that the iShopper app can read your Internet history, bookmarks, record your typed URLs and entered search criteria in order to generate custom-made ads. The ads by iShopper may appear as an in-text hyperlinks to sponsors, banners, ad panels loaded with discounts and special offers as well as pop-ups with video ads. The operations of the iShopper app may slow down your web browser and obstruct you from browsing the web comfortably. Security experts note that the iShopper extension works as a redirect-gateway to...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Adware

6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw

Computer users that have recently installed a freeware bundle via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option may experience pop-ups by 6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw. The 6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw pop-ups serve to promote bogus technical support on 866-291-3567 that can be linked to phone scams. The adware that is responsible for pop-ups by 6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw in your web client may use a browser extension and plugin to facilitate its operations. Ironically, the 6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw pop-ups may mention unusual pop-ups and suggest you to call 866-291-3567 to receive help. However, you should not trust pop-ups generated by adware, and you should not call the bogus tech support on 866-291-3567 promoted on the 6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw domain. As mentioned above, the 866-291-3567 phone number can be linked to phone scams and the IP address 54.230.98.186 of 6r9ma5.vrwmj.pw relates to phishing websites. Security experts advise users to remove...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program

Do-not-ignore-this.email

The Do-not-ignore-this.email domain associated with adware powered application that promotes fake technical support. Computer users infected with adware linked to Do-not-ignore-this.email might experience pop-ups that appear in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The Do-not-ignore-this.email pop-ups may direct you to call 1-855-401-1511 where you could be instructed to install potentially harmful software. The adware associated with Do-not-ignore-this.email can use a Browser Helper Object, an add-on, a plugin and an extension to present you with pop-up windows. Security experts note that the Do-not-ignore-this.email pop-ups may suggest to users that they should seek expert technicians on the 1-855-401-1511 phone number, but you should not call them. As stated above, the Do-not-ignore-this.email pop-ups are generated by adware on your PC that directs users to call...

Posted on April 15, 2015 in Possibly Unwanted Program
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