My Maps Xp Ads

My Maps Xp Ads Description

The My Maps XP browser extension is another app by Informer Technologies, Inc. with the 'XP' tag that we previously have seen in My Speedtest XP and My Coupons XP. The My Maps XP adware may arrive on your computer incorporated with the iPumper Toolbar and decrease your browser performance. Computer users that are affected by the My Maps XP adware may not load high-definition videos on Vimeo and YouTube properly. Moreover, the My Maps XP adware might collect information like your Internet history, software configuration, IP address and OS version to help advertisers deliver customized commercials in your browser. The commercials by My Maps XP may take the form of banners, pop-up windows and ad-boxes. Additionally, the My Maps XP adware may change your default search aggregator to to subject you to see sponsored results by partners. The My Maps XP adware may use JavaScript to inject ads on non-affiliated pages and users may see inline ads by My Maps XP. The My Maps XP adware may load pop-under windows to promote software like WpManager and ZuluGames and earn pay-per-install revenue. Security investigators note that the My Maps XP adware is not digitally signed and may connect to the Internet over insecure channels. The My Maps XP adware may alter the layout of the new tab page of Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox and feature links to Google Maps, Yahoo Maps, Bing Maps and Mapquest. The My Maps XP adware may start with Windows and run in the background to make sure users are presented with commercials from sponsors regularly. Security investigators recommend users to install a renowned anti-malware suite to remove the binary associated with the My Maps XP adware securely.

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