Water Plant Ads

Water Plant Ads Description

The Water Plant browser instrument may claim that it will enhance your online experience, but you might want to know that its primary objective is to show ads. The Water Plant app is ad supported, and its developers can use it to collect information about you and sell it to advertisers. Therefore, security experts perceive Water Plant as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) with adware capabilities. You may want to know that the Water Plant browser tool can record your IP address, your approximate geographical location, browsing habits and bookmarks. The information gathered by Water Plan can help marketing developers to push targeted commercials in your web browser in the form of banners, ad panels, pop-ups and transitional ads. Vendors can work with freeware developers in order to reach a greater number of potential buyers and construct better marketing strategies. Users may install the Water Plant app by handling a freeware bundle with the 'Typical' or 'Express' option that does not reveal all components hosted in the setup file. The Water Plant program can appear on the 'Programs and Features' list in the 'Control Panel' and place cookies in the temp folder of Windows. Computer users that want to remove all binaries associated with Water Plant can use a reputable anti-spyware application that can erase tracking cookies and secure your Internet operations.

Technical Information

Registry Details

Water Plant Ads creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\Water Plant
%Temp%\Water Plant
Registry key
SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\eventlog\Application\Update Water Plant
SYSTEM\ControlSet001\services\eventlog\Application\Util Water Plant
SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\eventlog\Application\Update Water Plant
SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\services\eventlog\Application\Util Water Plant

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