Light Manager

Light Manager Description

Type: Trojan

The Light Manager program by SecuriDEX LLC. is advertised on as a tool that can extend the functionality of software like AMD Vision Engine Control Center, Intel HD Graphics Control Panel and NVIDIA Control Panel. The Light Manager program may allow users to make finer adjustments to the lighting of their screen and improve your reading and movie experience significantly. The Light Manager software may manifest on your desktop as a widget in the bottom right corner that is accessible via an icon in the tray area and a custom keyboard shortcut. The Light Manager program may introduce several runtime-DLLs into your OS and add a new service in the Services.msc module. The Light Manager application is not whitelisted by graphics card manufacturers and may cause programs to display errors. Computer users should be prepared for driver error messages and bad video rendering. Moreover, the Light Manager application may require access to your Internet history, bookmarks and profiles on social media to generate advertisements.

The Light Manager app is published as freeware, but users are bound to experience pop-up ads and banners loaded with promotional materials from sponsors to SecuriDEX LLC. Light Manager is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that may slow down your PC and cause problems with your video card. The Light Manager program may welcome users to install the SecuriDex media player from SecuriDEX LLC. as well. Both apps are not appreciated by most computer users because they might cause errors and display advertisements on the desktop. The Light Manager program may place persistent tracking cookies on your PC, use them to build an advertising profile about you and allow marketers to provide customized commercials. Extensions like Adblock and Adguard may not filter content that is made available via Light Manager. Computer users may want to remove the Light Manager software with the help of a trusted anti-malware utility that can secure their Web browser and prevent riskware from being installed.

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