MyRadioAccess Toolbar DescriptionType: Possibly Unwanted Program
MyRadioAccess is the name of a program considered by computer security researchers to be a potentially unwanted program (PUP) developed and published by Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. The official portal for the MyRadioAccess application is found at www.Myradioaccess.com/dl/index.jhtml/. The MyRadioAccess software might be listed as a toolbar in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox. The MyRadioAccess Toolbar may also be promoted by its associated website and random radio stations. The installation of the MyRadioAccess toolbar is supposed to provide users with a neat and convenient way to listen to online radio directly from their browser window. The MyRadioAccess Toolbar claims to offer premium content from sources like Npr.org, Vevo, Pandora, and Jango. MyRadioAccess may be eliminated or removed by going through the add-on extensions menu for Firefox and Google Chrome.
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