Freecause Toolbar

Freecause Toolbar Description

ScreenshotFreecause Toolbar is a potentially unwanted program, which may emerge on the corrupted PC out of the blue and then make havoc throughout the target Internet user's search sessions. Freecause Toolbar can easily make the target PC user visit doubtful websites to boost traffic, and also interrupt the attacked computer user with its commercial pop-up advertisements to make money. Freecause Toolbar is not a virus because it does not involve a malicious code, which is typical for malware tools. However, Freecause Toolbar can easily modify computer's settings, incorporating the home page, default search provider and new tab window. Freecause Toolbar leads to irritating web browser's diversions to misleading websites. Freecause Toolbar is spread via its official website or other websites that are incorporated into its spreading. However, Freecause Toolbar may also emerge on the victimized computer out of the blue. Creators of Freecause Toolbar use tricky delivery techniques that are closely associated with the third-party applications. When Freecause Toolbar is installed on the compromised PC, it takes over every Internet browser, such as Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, and performs irritating actions. The search bar of Freecause Toolbar can easily be used by scammers to trace the attacked computer user's browsing habits or simply return modified search results for victims.

Technical Information

File System Details

Freecause Toolbar creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %PROGRAMFILES%\Hawaiian Airlines Rewards Bar\Toolbar.dll 1,624,576 fdb6ca25ef2849148ee952265d31ef92 30

Registry Details

Freecause Toolbar creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Directory
%Appdata%\FCTB000100571
%USERPROFILE%\AppData\LocalLow\FCTB000100571
Registry key
Software\AppDataLow\Software\FCTB000100571
Software\AppDataLow\Software\Freecause
SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\FCTB000100571

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