Threat Database Adware Window Raws Manager

Window Raws Manager

By GoldSparrow in Adware

Threat Scorecard

Ranking: 14,616
Threat Level: 20 % (Normal)
Infected Computers: 956
First Seen: August 31, 2016
Last Seen: July 7, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

The Window Raws Manager program is another modified version of the Window Range Manager software by Plamsoft Inc. However, users may encounter Window Raws Manager under several publishers among which are Homesat Co. and DevInst Ltd. The Window Raws Manager application is promoted as a network utility that can mask your location and IP address by connecting your PC to a private VPN server. That way when you access Internet advertisers and other entities, you will be provided with the VPN's address instead of yours. There are other benefits for joining a VPN server, which include Web filtering and improved DNS configuration.

None of which are supported by Window Raws Manager because it is adware. The Window Raws Manager application is classified as adware because it may modify your browser to show ads by affiliated networks only. Also, the Window Raws Manager adware may run as a background service continuously and read data like your Internet history and software configuration to facilitate behavioral marketing. The Window Raws Manager adware may change your proxy settings to reroute your Web traffic to the servers of marketers that may read unencrypted data transmissions and what you download from the Internet. The activity of the Window Raws Manager may sound close to spyware but it is not. Third parties related to the Window Raws Manager adware may read unprotected data packets send from your PC.

The Window Raws Manager adware might install its files in the Program Files directory and register a background service named WinRawSync.exe. You will need to stop the WinRawSync.exe service if you wish to remove the Window Raws Manager adware manually. Keep in mind that the Window Raws Manager adware may have downloaded tracking cookies that you may not find in the AppData and Temp folders. Experts recommend using a trusted anti-spyware instrument to uninstall and delete files associated with the Window Raws Manager adware.


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