Threat Database Adware Window Range Manager

Window Range Manager

By GoldSparrow in Adware

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 13,253
Threat Level: 10 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 734
First Seen: July 19, 2016
Last Seen: September 16, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The Window Range Manager software is promoted as a VPN solution that can help users access content that is restricted to citizens in certain countries. The Window Range Manager software is published under the GNU Freeware license and is compatible with all versions of Windows above Windows XP. The Window Range Manager software functions similarly to TOPFlix and is designed to mask and reroute your Internet traffic bypassing restrictions that may be imposed on content. The Window Range Manager program is developed by Plamsoft Inc. and is supported by advertisements. You should know that the Window Range Manager software may modify the engine of your favorite browser and show ads via pop-up windows, banners, and video commercials on sites like YouTube and Vimeo. Window Range Manager is deemed as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) that may disable and remove extensions like AdBlock Plus, Adguard and Ghostery, which can interfere with its work.

If you are not willing to tolerate the ads by Window Range Manager, you may want to remove it. Otherwise, the Window Range Manager application might use data like your bookmarks, Internet history, and software configuration to show personalized marketing materials on your screen. Some ads by Window Range Manager may be presented in full-screen mode and require users to participate in surveys. The Window Range Manager may allow users to load pages limited to citizens of South Korea, China, and Russia but you may load insecure resources. The Window Range Manager may cause security alerts to pop-up on your screen, and it is not advisable to log into your banking account while the Window Range Manager app is activated. The pop-up windows from Window Range Manager may welcome users to install third-party software like 24×7 Help and Advanced Calendar that has a bad reputation. You should consider installing Window Range Manager by Plamsoft Inc. carefully and may want to delete its files with a credible anti-spyware tool completely.

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File System Details

Window Range Manager may create the following file(s):
# File Name MD5 Detections
1. WinRangeSync.exe d7787e1f92f776a4b3061c06b2f0f595 70
2. WinRangeSync.exe 09ff18fa250b6f8580433d85b1de9791 53
3. WinRange.exe 18325290c82a7ef234294087c337b975 14
4. 5626f8311089c1896e0741899a2217829e4cc37183dba639ee7846c1c64fb276.exe ee6716f2f294641fda7de06a211a2d7d 0

Registry Details

Window Range Manager may create the following registry entry or registry entries:


Window Range Manager may create the following directory or directories:



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