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.
InfoAtoms is a browser extension that will help you search for information, translate, and get word synonyms. However, it has one major disadvantage. The application will show commercial advertisements that are very obnoxious. We are of the opinion that you should remove this application, because the pros of InfoAtoms do not outweigh the cons. But, nevertheless, we want to provide you with an analysis of this program so you can see for yourself that it is not useful.
MicroMasters is an advertising-supported application, so it is better not to allow it to enter your system. If you have already downloaded it, or if it has already entered your system with the help of other programs, you have to get rid of it as soon as possible. It is highly recommended that you erase this program because it shows commercial advertisements and might perform other activities behind your back. Unfortunately, these activities are not useful for you at all, which is why we do not think that you should keep this application. The easiest way to erase such a malicious application will be described in this article.
The first symptom that RaaS Ransomware has entered the system is the inability to access documents, pictures, and other files. Ransomware infections are designed to do that because people behind them seek to obtain money from innocent computer users. In case of RaaS Ransomware, this infection can be bought by anyone seeking to earn money because it is promoted on the Tor network. As you can see, it is impossible to know what is behind RaaS Ransomware; however, we definitely know that it is very prevalent and you have to take care of your system’s safety in case you do not want to encounter it. Have you already noticed that the majority of your files are encrypted? If so, there is no doubt that RaaS Ransomware has been used against you. This infection disappears after it does its main job, so there is nothing to remove.
If you find Yourtv.link as your home page when you launch your browser, it is most likely that you have become the victim of a browser hijacker. This hijacker is a rather persistent one and will make sure you cannot make any changes manually with regard to the browser settings it modifies without your permission. This browser hijacker might put your system at risk in several ways. If you do not know what to expect or how to remove Yourtv.link, you might expose your computer to serious security issues. Please read our report in order to avoid further infections and problems.
On2GoApp is yet another adware application developed by the infamous Justplug it Ltd. We want to inform you that this application should be removed, because it is of no use to you. This application was developed with the intention of bombarding your browser with commercial advertisements of questionable legitimacy. The advertisements may redirect you to unreliable websites that feature malicious content, so you should avoid installing this application if you are presented with the opportunity. Our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com are well versed on these kinds of applications, so we will provide you with the most relevant information about On2GoApp.
If you are looking for a web browser to boost your online experience you have to know that the one called WikiBrowser cannot be trusted entirely. On its official website, this browser is advertised as a great tool to have. It should provide broad customization options, great virtual security within it, and other useful features. At first it might sound like a great tool to have, but you must know that this application has been dubbed as a potentially unwanted program. Our team has classified this tool in such a way due to its questionable functionality and suspicious way of distribution. We believe that major browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome should be every user’s first choice. Read this article to find out how WikiBrowser works and why its removal is recommended. Below we provide a detailed removal guide that will help you get rid of this suspicious browser in a quick and easy way.
TankGripHook is a recently released adware program that displays rather obnoxious advertisements. We at Anti-spyware-101.com think that this application has no reason to be on your computer. It does not improve the browsing experience, but hampers it by promoting third-party content of unknown origin. We are of the opinion that you should remove this application as soon as possible, because your computer might get more adware applications if you click any of TankGripHook’s ads.
You virtual security can be affected by many different programs, and KelticTurners is one of them. This ad-supported program might not seem like a dangerous infection, but it is clear that is can pose serious threats. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have tested this suspicious program in our internal lab and have found quite a few disturbing things. For one, this ad-supported program can spy on you in the most clandestine way possible: Using HTTP cookies. Most users agree to install cookies without even thinking about it twice because the functionality of programs or services they support depends on them. What is more, in some cases, tracking cookies are installed without permission. As you might have guessed already, these cookies are bad news. If you want to learn more about this and the removal of KelticTurners, continue reading.
There are many PC optimization tools available and DailyPCClean is one of them. This software is promoted on its official website dailypcclean.com. Users who visit this website notice that this program can clean and optimize their systems, remove broken shortcuts, ensure that computers are actively protected, and even protect their privacy. Despite all these useful features, this program is still classified as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). There are several reasons why researchers working at anti-spyware-101.com put it under this category. We will list them in this article and provide you with all the necessary information regarding the removal of this program. No, we do not say that you have to erase DailyPCClean; however, it would be best to do that if you have downloaded this program from some kind of third-party website.
In the age of online shopping it is no wonder that more and more applications emerge, including Cash Reminder, which offer users best deals, coupons, and discounts to help them save time and money. However, this application showed some questionable traits while under the “microscope” of our researchers, and that is how it ended up being labeled as adware. Although most adware applications tend to display third-party advertisements that might be unreliable and take users to infected websites, this adware seems to actually show real coupons. Of course, that does not mean that cyber criminals cannot or may not try to exploit this application too. It is worth knowing what kinds of problems you might face if you have this adware on your system. When you finish reading our article, you will understand why we suggest that you remove Cash Reminder.