Spigot Redirect Toolbar (Virus) Description
Spigot is a legal company, which offers other companies to design their own toolbars in order to increase loyalty of their customers.However, many computer users report Spigot Redirect Toolbar as a potentially unwanted toolbar. Spigot Redirect Toolbar (Virus) can be installed either voluntary or not from the spigot.com. Spigot Redirect Toolbar can also come bundles with other programs known as freeware and shareware. Spigot Redirect Toolbar is installed onto well-known and popular Internet browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox by relevant viruses. Spigot Redirect Toolbar (Virus) causes unwanted redirects to a variety suspicious websites. When installed on the victimized PC usually from a malicious source on the web, Spigot Redirect Toolbar (Virus) will change the default search engine for any provided web browser and redirect online search results to unwanted or malicious websites. Spigot Redirect Toolbar (Virus) is created by scammers to make money through occupying the hacked web browser on the vulnerable computer with search results given by Yahoo or Bing through a search-click scheme. Spigot Redirect Toolbar (Virus) is in some way similar to Google Redirect Virus. The Spigot Toolbars incorporate many from the Widgi toolbar platform, involving Dealio, PDFCreator and Koyote Soft. Some of these toolbar names may be familiar to some PC users but in the form that Spigot Toolbar is in it is designated as being malicious because of its actions. Occasionally, the Spigot toolbar appears as if it is some type of Yahoo or Dealio search bar offering online search functionalities together with ebay, radio and some form of coupon deal buttons. Each of these buttons could direct to unwanted advertising websites.