Godzilla Shopper

Godzilla Shopper Description

The fancy Godzilla Shopper browser add-on may be noticed in free software bundles on the Internet and may attract many users to install it because it claims to offer gigantic discounts codes and vouchers. However, security researchers perceive the Godzilla Shopper add-on as adware because it uses JavaScript and ActionScript3 to place several drop-down banners on Internet stores like Amazon, Walmart and eBay that may obstruct your shopping. Moreover, the Godzilla Shopper adware may load video commercials on every video you watch on YouTube. Security researchers point out that Godzilla Shopper is very similar to other adware such as Grabrez and eZula and might conduct behavioral marketing through the use of tracking technologies. The Godzilla Shopper adware may use session and Adobe Flash cookies, detect your approximate geographical location and read your Internet browsing history to load customized commercials. The ads by Godzilla Shopper may take the form of pop-up windows, ad-boxes, and full-page ads. Additionally, the Godzilla Shopper adware may place sponsored search results on Bing and Google that direct you to registered for supported services. Security researchers note that the Godzilla Shopper adware may redirect users to insecure online stores, and you should not input your credit card data there because you risk losing money. The Godzilla Shopper adware may affect Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome and users may not see it listed on the 'Programs and Features' module of 'Control Panel'. Often, developers of adware omit to create an uninstaller for their software to obstruct users removing them manually. You may need the help of a credible anti-spyware application to eradicate the Godzilla Shopper adware.

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