LuckyTab Class Description
Users who often use the 'Express' or 'Typical' option to install software may be surprised to find the LuckyTab Class BHO (Browser Helper Object) attached to their Internet Explorer. You might want to know that the LuckyTab Class BHO may be written by the same people behind the LuckyTab and the SupTab apps. The programs mentioned before are known to load many ads and apply unsolicited changes to the OS of users. Security researchers reveal that the LuckyTab Class BHO uses the files associated with SupTab. Also, the LuckyTab Class BHO may use tracking cookies and perform IP geo-localization to display tailor-suited ads. The LuckyTab Class program might replace the native ads on your favorite shopping websites with ads by untrusted advertisers as seen in the case of LuckyTab. The LuckyTab Class BHO may display banners, pop-up windows and ad boxes to show promotions and generate affiliate revenue for its developers. You should note that the LuckyTab Class application may connect to its servers to download and install updates without your approval. The patches of LuckyTab Class may allow it to change your home page, new tab settings and default search provider as observed in the activities of SupTab. Users may want to remove the LuckyTab Class BHO and clean residual files with the services of a credible anti-spyware tool.