CrossBrowser is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) which accesses the operating system alongside freeware programs, including PicColor, VuuPC, WordProser, and some others. The CrossBrowser program is an Internet browser based on the Chromium platform, which means that the interface of the browser is very similar to Google Chrome, which very often confuses computer users. Our team at Anti-Spyware-101.com recommends that you remove CrossBrowser from the computer, and, if you are not familiar with the characteristics of this program, keep on reading to find out why you should not delay removing it from your PC.
Many computer users will not even tell that Jungle Net is an unreliable program, but, unfortunately, it is. Therefore, you have to remove it right away from the system. It does not really matter how this program has entered your system because the most important thing is to eliminate it as soon as possible. The main reason why our specialists recommend doing so is the fact that this program might cause serious harm to the system. Of course, you will not even say that this program is untrustworthy because it has a decent-looking website and it even promises to help you surf the Internet and find different information with ease. Do not listen to all those promises. In fact, Jungle Net is not the only program that promises a lot in order to lure computer users into downloading it. Other untrustworthy programs exist too.
TakeOrLeave is the newest example of an advertisement-supported program. Even though this program is newly introduced, there is nothing new about it. In fact, Anti-Spyware-101.com analysts are very well familiar with the prototype of this adware. This is simply due to the fact that this ad-supported program was created using the same framework, Justplugit, that has been used for the development of hundreds of other programs. MetroConcept and CycloneCover are few of the programs that were developed using this framework as well, and we have separate reports for them. Even though we probably could write a book based on the infections associated with this framework, you probably are only interested in the removal of TakeOrLeave. So, here is what we have found about this suspicious ad-supported program.
Many people look for tools to be able to convert various text files in an easy way. If you encountered a tool called ConvertDocsNow Toolbar you must know that it cannot be trusted entirely even though on its official website it is advertised as a great program. It should help you convert various text files right within your web browser, and it sounds like a great tool to have. Unfortunately, such claims are just a marketing gimmick used by the vendors of this program to trick unsuspecting Internet users into downloading and installing what actually is a malicious toolbar. In reality, thus toolbar will only mess up your online experience by making some fundamental changes to your web browser’s default settings. In order to avoid such instance you need to improve your virtual security; and if, unfortunately your PC is infected with ConvertDocsNow Toolbar, make sure to use the removal guide provided below to get rid of it.
What would you do if you came across a program that promised you amazing benefits? Would you install it without thinking about it twice? QuickSurf is not the worst kind of program that you might install onto your PC, but, if you did some research, it is unlikely that you would want to install it. Unfortunately, users who install this program are almost always careless or uninformed because they think it is a good idea to install freeware using unfamiliar downloaders. The advertisement-supported program does have a web-page representing it, but it is impossible to download it from the site, which is why our Anti-Spyware-101.com malware analysts are not surprised to discover it packaged with other pieces of software. So, should you remove QuickSurf? This is the topic of our report, and we advise reading it carefully.
Probably the most common type of infections nowadays is adware programs. Malware researchers at our internal labs have come across a new ad-supported program known as MonsonRevenue, which has been roaming the web lately. If you have encountered this adware program on your operating system you are advised to remove it since it is only capable of providing you with unwanted third-party web content at almost every web browsing session. The majority of users are known to infect their PC with this adware or other dubious applications because they do not maintain their virtual security at all times. Below we provide critical virtual security tips that will help you boost your virtual security meaning that you will reduce the risk of getting your PC infected with MonsonRevenue or any other questionable program. The removal guide that we provide below is easy to use so users without advanced computer knowledge will be able to delete this adware without encountering major problems.
Advertising-supported applications are definitely untrustworthy and it is not worth keeping them installed, so if you ever detect DNS Unlocker on your computer, remove it as soon as possible. The program, of course, will try to convince you that you keep it installed, so it says that it is very useful and can even help you to access websites blocked by the Government or the Internet service provider. DNS Unlocker says that it will do everything for free in order not to be removed; however, you should know that this program is not going to act beneficially because it has been published for different purposes. Luckily, it will not be very hard to get rid of this program; however, we recommend reading through this article if you want to find out how to do that easily.
Installing software is becoming more and more dangerous because programs like Searchzillions.com can slither in seemingly without a warning. Software bundling is not an illegal practice, and there are many examples where this method benefits users. Unfortunately, software bundling is one of those security backdoors that cyber criminals and unreliable parties love to exploit. If it weren’t for bundling, the developers of unreliable programs, adware, and search tools would not be as successful as they are today. Trojans, ransomware, and similar threats could be silently added to seemingly harmless software bundles, which is why trusting them is always risky. Of course, this is not a problem you would encounter if you relied on reputable installers only. Unfortunately, there are plenty of installers that might be presented in a deceitful manner. If you become a victim of unreliable software bundling, you might have to remove Searchzillions.com as well.
search.mycouponsxp.com is a search engine that many people notice when they install My Coupons XP from mycouponsxp.com. In most cases, users decide to do that because the application promises to provide them with coupons, daily deals, and local deals. Unfortunately, this software does not help save money as it promises, but users find this out when it is too late. If you have expected to download a useful program, but everything that you see now is the presence of search.mycouponsxp.com, you should know that you can get rid of this search engine rather easily. We will provide you all the necessary information regarding its removal in the article. In addition, you will be able to use the manual removal instructions prepared by our security specialists.
If you discover that your search results in your browsers display Buzzdock ads, which is a dock with third-party advertisements, it is a sign that you may be infected with Buzzdock. This application is supposed to be a search enhancer, but our malware specialists have classified it as adware. If you want to keep your system safe and sound, you need to understand the potential risks you take if you keep this adware on your computer. Buzzdock ads are not just annoying, they might even harm your system if they offer you potentially unreliable sponsored links to click on. There are several issues regarding third-party ads that you are better off knowing. If you read our full report, you will have a better picture about the dangers and also how you can remove Buzzdock ads from your computer.
RotaryTurners is one more adware program that our malware researchers have come across lately. It is important to know that every security-conscious user should remove this ad-supported program since it does not hold any valuable features whatsoever. In quite a few cases, users get their PC infected because they are lead to believe that this adware program is an excellent tool which should be used to improve your online experience. It must be noted that such claims about this ad-supported program are a hoax used to trick naïve Internet users into downloading and installing an utterly worthless piece of software. Additionally it is known that some user might also get their PC infected because they lack basic knowledge about virtual security. This is why we provide virtual security tips that will help you boost your virtual security. Read the rest of this article and learn how to remove RotaryTurners in a quick and easy way.