ALOT Helper

ALOT Helper Description

ALOT Helper, or ALOT Helper.dll, is an add-in and toolbar created by Inuvo, a marketing browser-based applications developer. ALOT Helper suits Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer and creates a way for computer users to install several 'widgets' on their computers. ALOT Helper may also display numerous, invasive advertisements that may prevent the computer user from having a normal browsing experience. The presence of ALOT Helper may make your computer run slowly, and your browsing information may be forwarded to third parties without you being aware of it. ALOT Helper also installs various unwanted plugins automatically. An ALOT Helper infection should be attended immediately by a malware removal tool.

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