The ZoomApp created by TRIiS Corp. is deployed via freeware packages as a browser widget that can enhance your Internet activities. However, the ZoomApp binary is perceived by security experts as adware that might add a registry key in Windows to boot-up with your OS and delay the start of their applications. Also, the ZoomApp adware may launch a background service every time you start an online session and track your click on the web. The ZoomApp adware may show you banners, pop-ups and ad boxes that may link t potentially harmful domains. You should remember that visiting untrusted websites pose a direct risk to your cyber security. Additionally, the ZoomApp adware might use HTTP and session cookies to display related advertisements. Security experts note that the ZoomApp adware may connect to a remote server in order to transmit information like your IP address and approximate geographical location. Many users may want to remove all files associated with the ZoomApp adware by using a reliable anti-spyware utility.
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