LifeSaver Ads DescriptionType: Adware
The strange LifeSaver plug-in that you may find attached to your Internet browser is another adware that comes from the same developers behind MoreForLess. The LifeSaver shopping helper claims to save a lot of money to users and that way it would improve your lifestyle. At least, that is what users may see written on its site, but the LifeSaver adware aims to generate pay-per-click revenue for its creators and may bombard users with numerous marketing materials. The LifeSaver adware may display pop-up and pop-under windows loaded with sponsored content and direct users to register to use insecure services. The LifeSaver adware functions very similarly to others of its kind like AdsAlert and MinimumPrice and might use session and HTTP cookies to store information. The LifeSaver adware may record your recent search terms on Google as well as pinpoint your approximate geographical location. Moreover, the LifeSaver adware may use banners and ad-boxes to recommend to users riskware such as SuperPCFix and TrueDownloader that may cause system errors and browser crashes. The LifeSaver adware may have been installed on your computer during the installation of a free program via the 'Typical' or 'Express' option because many freeware developers rely on funding by advertisers. The ads powered by LifeSaver may not be safe and contain code used in exploit kits like Whitehole and initiate a drive-by download of harmful software. Therefore, you might want to use the services of a reliable anti-malware solution to eliminate the LifeSaver adware.
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