LizardLink DescriptionType: Adware
LizardLink is adware that may display pop-up advertisements, sponsored links and coupons via a pop-up box on Amazon, Walmart, Ebay and other shopping websites that are visited by computer users. LizardLink pop-up advertisements may be shown as boxes, which include a variety of coupons that are available or as underlined keywords, which when clicked may show a pop-up advertisement that declares to come to the PC user by LizardLink. LizardLink is an add-on for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome that is typically added when web users install another free programs, such as download-managers, video recording/streaming or PDF creators that might had packed into their installation LizardLink. When PC users install these free software products, they may also install LizardLink. While being installed, whenever the web user will visit Expedia, Best Buy, Facebook or any other similar websites, LizardLink may display a 'See Similar' button on product images, which when clicked may show pop-up ads by LizardLink. LizardLink may also display advertising banners on the websites that are visited by computer users, and as they surf the Internet, LizardLink may deliver coupons and other deals available on various websites.
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