Get-a-Clip Ads

Get-a-Clip Ads Description

Get-a-Clip is promoted as a video download manager for users who like to save videos from video sharing platforms like YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion. The Get-a-Clip software does not have a publicly known developer and users that explore the 'Advanced' or Custom' option of free software bundles might want to abstain from installing it. Also, the Get-a-Clip application may arrive on your PC under the name of MFL Start that might be offered to users as a video plug-in for Web browsers. Security analysts report that the Get-a-Clip does not have a valid digital certificate and is adware. The Get-a-Clip adware is similar to EZ YouTube Video Downloader and Solid YouTube Downloader and Converter but might crash your browser and redirect you to harmful domains. The main objective of the Get-a-Clip adware is to generate affiliate marketing revenue for its creators and may cover your screen with numerous coupons, promotions, banners and pop-up windows. The Get-a-Clip adware may attempt to look useful and present users with a program window that may allow you to download and convert videos, but you would have to use third-party services. The advertisements powered by the Get-a-Clip adware may not be safe and users may be urged to install rogue security tools like Antimalware – Proven Antivirus Protection and Antivirus 2010 Security Center. Needless to say, the activities of the Get-a-Clip adware may expose you to cyber threats indirectly. The Get-a-Clip adware may have placed its files in the AppData folder to evade detection and not appear in your 'Control Panel'. You should find and remove all files related to the Get-a-Clip adware in your machine.

Technical Information

Registry Details

Get-a-Clip Ads creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Regexp file mask
%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Mozilla Firefox\extensions\
Registry key
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\
%PROGRAMFILES%\Mozilla Firefox\extensions\
%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Mozilla Firefox\extensions\

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