LoadLeader Description

Type: Possibly Unwanted Program

LoadLeader is an unwanted and annoying adware application that tends to load when you are installing random freeware programs from the internet. The LoadLeader ads may be made up of random offers for discounts or coupon deals that appear when you are surfing the internet. Use of the LoadLeader ads may cause redirects to load up other sites that prove to have unwanted content or questionable intentions. The best approach to take when encountering the many LoadLeader pop-up or banner ads is to remove the LoadLeader program and any associated add-on or web browser extension components from your system. Doing such will stop the LoadLeader pop-up ads from appearing and potentially increase performance of your web browser application.

Technical Information

File System Details

LoadLeader creates the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detection Count
1 crack-dlya-rs-partition-recovery-salvation.exe ceff314a0de99099ea79996f40f5eae9 22

Registry Details

LoadLeader creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\LoadLeader
Registry key
File name without path

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