GoodSearch Toolbar

GoodSearch Toolbar Description

GoodSearch Toolbar Image 1GoodSearch Toolbar is an unwanted browser extension/potentially unwanted program, which may circulate and access the PC through packed free software. GoodSearch Toolbar may also operate as a browser hijacker and continuously redirect PC users to questionable websites. GoodSearch Toolbar may press compute users visit other suspicious websites that are not connected with their search queries in any popular search engine. GoodSearch Toolbar can be downloaded manually; however, it may also enter the computer system through packaged free software that can be downloaded from unprotected download websites. After installation on the PC, GoodSearch Toolbar may change the default browser settings and take over all the Web browsers installed on the PC in an effort to show up on them as a toolbar. GoodSearch Toolbar may start interfering the computer user's Web sessions and reroute him to questionable websites that may be commercial. GoodSearch Toolbar may keep track of the PC user's browsing routine and display commercial pop-up advertisements and messages.

Aliases: Suspicious file [Panda].

Technical Information

File System Details

GoodSearch Toolbar creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5 Detection Count
1 %PROGRAMFILES%\\GoodSearch Toolbar\adxloader.dll 318,776 10726c16d80d820509fd81d04762f53e 1,196
2 %PROGRAMFILES%\goodsearch\goodsearch.dll 1,461,248 566ca922331cedb60d30bb9e73e418d6 14
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Registry Details

GoodSearch Toolbar creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Registry key
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Approved Extensions\{44520B54-9E1A-420B-AAC8-B53721CBD53F}
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Approved Extensions\{DD9475F4-A228-4E22-8D37-4B52C2054C31}
Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\
SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\{44520b54-9e1a-420b-aac8-b53721cbd53f}
SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\{44520b54-9e1a-420b-aac8-b53721cbd53f}

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