FavoriteMan

FavoriteMan Description

FavoriteMan is a browser plugin that clandestinely installs itself. FavoriteMan installs other adware and malware applications to the users PC. FavoriteMan is also known as Adware/NetPals (named by Panda), ofrg (the name of the DLL program file), TrojanDownloader.Win32.BHO (named by Kaspersky), TrojanDownloader.Win32.Rameh and Windows Help 4 Smrt Browsing. FavoriteMan has the ability to generate desktop shortcuts and bookmarks in the web browser's Favorites menu, which connect to commercial ads or malicious websites. FavoriteMan can also significantly slow down the users PC and even cause system crashes.

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