GoGameGo Description

The GoGameGo software is offered on Gogamego.thewhizproducts.com as a browser plug-in that can help you discover the entertaining Arcade, Adventure and side-scroll games on the Internet. The GoGameGo software may prove to be appealing to users that like playing Adobe Flash games without having to pay for it. You may find the GoGameGo software packed with third-party programs like the King Translate and Max Computer Cleaner. Security experts reveal that the GoGameGo software is a product of APN, LLC. and is being distributed by The Whiz, LTD. and is supported by aggressive advertisers. The GoGameGo browser plug-in may be used to push unwanted marketing content into your browser and redirect you to commercials on YouTube and Dailymotion. The GoGameGo plug-in is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that can be linked to adware like Muzik Fury andGame On and you might wish to rethink keeping it on your PC.

The GoGameGo plug-in may change your search preference and make you go through Search.mysearch.com to find what you may be looking for. Additionally, the GoGameGo plug-in may ask to manage your apps, extensions and themes and may modify your browser appearance and safety mechanisms. The GoGameGo browser plug-in may require users to provide it with administration rights and uninstall extensions like Adblock Plus and WOT (Web of Trust) to enable the display of insecure elements. The GoGameGo software may provide links to online gaming platforms that have engaging content, but you may experience slower browser performance and be harassed with pop-up advertisements. Moreover, the GoGameGo plug-in may modify the values in your system registry to reroute your search operations to Search.mysearch.com and block access to Google, Bing and Yandex. The GoGameGo software may not be worth keeping on your PC, and you might want to use a reliable anti-spyware application to delete the GoGameGo securely.

Technical Information

Registry Details

GoGameGo creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\ajnopcdiddnbffeelklpimodhcebmjoc
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\bfcapcappajoppmnagjcpnbdmphlbgme
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\ekamhcillnbdmhmbhbdhcbmjngcanpfb
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Local Extension Settings\ajnopcdiddnbffeelklpimodhcebmjoc
File name without path
Registry key
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Approved Extensions\{E221409B-9C28-46F2-886E-9E6156933CAC}

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