Lamilov is a potentially unwanted browser add-on, which advertises itself as a software product that is able to improve the computer user's Internet surfing experience by permitting multi-website search functionalities and displaying website ratings. Lamilov can be installed on Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Lamilov's capabilities may look legal; however, in truth, Lamilov can be categorized as an adware or a potentially unwanted program. Typically, Lamilov installs itself on the web browser without the computer users permission and causes numerous annoying actions. Lamilov may show disturbing pop-up advertisements (search, text link, banner, interstitial, transitional and full page ads). Lamilov may trace the computer user's Internet surfing (unique identifier number, IP address, web browser information, OS type, URLs visited, search queries entered, websites viewed, other software and hardware information) and may cause serious privacy issues. Lamilov may lead to slowdowns of the web browser and identity theft. Lamilov may come packaged with freeware and shareware programs downloaded by PC users from dubious download websites.