Threat Database Adware RemoVeThEAdAPp


By GoldSparrow in Adware

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 10 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 115
First Seen: April 29, 2014
Last Seen: April 16, 2022
OS(es) Affected: Windows

RemoVeThEAdAPp is an unwanted Web browser add-on considered as a Potentially Unwanted Program by threat researchers. Despite the fact that RemoVeThEAdAPp is advertised as a way to remove unwanted advertising material from your Web browser, RemoVeThEAdAPp does the opposite of this, adding marketing and advertising material to websites viewed on the affected Web browser. RemoVeThEAdAPp may cause the affected Web browser to display pop-up windows and advertisements that interrupt the PC user's work and make it hard to use the affected Web browser effectively. If you are experiencing problems regarding RemoVeThEAdAPp, it is important to remove RemoVeThEAdAPp immediately from your Web browser using the partnership of an updated and effective security utility.

RemoVeThEAdAPp is a Tool that Should not Remain on Your Computer

RemoVeThEAdAPp is installed as a Web browser add-on that may be associated with a toolbar or other visible Web browser component. RemoVeThEAdAPp may affect most Web browsers used on Windows, including Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Once RemoVeThEAdAPp is installed, RemoVeThEAdAPp may cause a wide variety of problems on the affected Web browser, including poor performance, Web browser redirects, erratic behavior and a large number of pop-up advertisements and suspicious error messages. RemoVeThEAdAPp is specifically designed to profit at the expense of computer users, regardless of any claims that RemoVeThEAdAPp makes.

Sending RemoVeThEAdAPp to Where It Belongs

If RemoVeThEAdAPp is installed on your Web browser, PC security researchers strongly recommend removing RemoVeThEAdAPp immediately. To remove RemoVeThEAdAPp, malware analysts counsel the utilization of a good security product to analyze your PC and detect any unwanted components. This way, a PC user can make sure that any content associated with RemoVeThEAdAPp does not remain installed. Otherwise, after removing RemoVeThEAdAPp, it may reappear on your computer once again. RemoVeThEAdAPp can be removed using the Windows Control Panel to uninstall RemoVeThEAdAPp. In many cases, attempting to remove RemoVeThEAdAPp using your Web Browser Extensions Manager may be unsuccessful; it may appear grayed out or inaccessible. Once RemoVeThEAdAPp has been removed, pay special attention when installing any new software to ensure that it is not bundled with PUPs like RemoVeThEAdAPp.


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