By GoldSparrow in Adware

Threat Scorecard

Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 207
First Seen: June 23, 2014
Last Seen: September 16, 2022
OS(es) Affected: Windows

WeekApp is a Potentially Unwanted Program that should be removed from your computer if WeekApp has been installed. WeekApp may be installed automatically and may be bundled with low quality free software. PC security researchers recommend removing PUPs like WeekApp because they may cause a variety of issues as well as expose your computer to other PUPs or to more unsafe components such as threats. To remove WeekApp completely, malware researchers advise the utilization of an up-to-date security program. However, you may need to remove WeekApp manually using the Windows Control Panel's Add/Remove Programs feature.

An Overview of WeekApp

WeekApp may be installed in the form of an add-on, plug-in or Web browser extension for the most used Web browsers on the Windows OS. WeekApp may be installed on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. WeekApp may be installed after the installation of a free program downloaded from a low quality source. During the installation process, the computer user is prompted to install WeekApp, often opted in automatically. Because of this, PC security researchers recommend the use of custom installation to check that what is being installed during the installation process is only the components you need and that no unwanted PUPs like WeekApp have been included. If you detect any add-ons like WeekApp, always choose the option to opt out of these types of PUPs.

Why to Remove WeekApp from Your Computer may be a Good Idea

The most common symptoms associated with WeekApp are irritating pop-up messages and advertising content added to the affected Web browser. WeekApp may cause pop-up windows and suspicious error messages to appear on the affected Web browser. These pop-up messages may lead your Web browser to websites that carry out known hoaxes or that are used to distribute other PUPs. Although WeekApp is marketed as a useful Web browser add-on, PC security researchers have noted that WeekApp does not offer any legitimate services and its main purpose is to profit by forcing you to view marketing material and various types of advertisements.

SpyHunter Detects & Remove WeekApp

File System Details

WeekApp may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. WTBt2sKMhF.x64.dll 410bb7e2c88f92de31b83a173e173e2d 74
2. 9sFOcZ0L.dll 44ce459521725b8a5c28f3d3a84b6e20 1
3. F.dll d11ad608959022f833a1f2be02836e8d 1
4. 7qkp.dll dbea4644a109f777e11b9b626426e10c 1
5. 6.dll c24afbc25f77c3441e57142764e31716 1

Registry Details

WeekApp may create the following registry entry or registry entries:


WeekApp may create the following directory or directories:

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Application Data\WeekApp
%LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\jbbpinplalnhbjenghnlpmdmmldmfgmn


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