FBI Virus is a ransomware infection whose different versions are known widely to computer users in different countries. The virus locks down the system down which results in its immobility and generates a hoax saying that the FBI has locked the PC. There is more than one interface version of FBI Virus, which should be removed from the system immediately.
If you seek to stay healthy, you might find Health Alert useful because this application will scan the web for increased health risks and then will show alerts on your screen. The program is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers. In order to stay free, it will provide you with various commercial advertisements. If you use any of the aforementioned browsers, there is no doubt that you will see them on your screen. Even though you have found the program useful, we still recommend that you get rid of Health Alert because advertisements that it places on your screen are very intrusive and might even lead you to threats. You should definitely stop them from appearing for the sake of your computer’s security.
Total Dating, also known as Total Dating Guide, is a free browser extension developed and distributed by Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. The program is presented at totaldatingguide.com and is compatible with Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox and is also powered by Ask.com. If you are familiar with Mindspark products, you probably know that Mindspark products offer computer users to change the home page and search provider of the browsers to ask.com, and, if you do not pay attention to the installation process, you may think that your browser are hijacked. We recommend that you remove the Total Dating browser extension, because this program is capable of monitoring you, whereas the search engine promoted by the extension displays sponsored links.
GSafe is a potentially unwanted application that collects information on what websites you visit and then displays customized commercial ads. This program probably arrived at your computer together with other unwanted applications. GSafe is not a computer virus, but it is not recommended to keep adware apps on your computer. Such programs can be exploited by cyber criminals for malware distribution. To protect your computer from harm, you need to remove GSafe from the system immediately. While you are at it, please check for other unwanted applications as well because you are bound to have some.
The reason why our malware researchers recommend WindowsMangerProtect removal is that this potentially unwanted program may be employed as a carrier of unreliable third-party applications. Windows users may be tricked into thinking that the application is reliable and that it can reinforce their virtual security; however, this is just a trick to ensure that more users install adware, browser hijackers, and other potentially unwanted programs. According to our Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, it is unlikely that WindowsMangerProtect will cause serious security issues after the installation; however, you certainly should delete this program. As a matter of fact, there is no reason for you to keep the PUP active, because it cannot enhance the running of the operating system or aid virtual protection.
QuickLink is an application that is developed by Objectify Media, Inc. The program promises to enable you access a number of search engines easily and quickly and you will not need to open another page to search for the information. Actually, it will be enough to highlight a word and tap Ctrl + Shift + S simultaneously and you will be able to access Bing, Google, and YouTube. We agree that the program seems very beneficial at first sight; however, it is definitely not perfect. The researchers at anti-spyware-101.com have found out that QuickLink is a typical advertising-supported application; thus, it will generate and display a number of commercial advertisements on your screen. In most cases, ads are very annoying and intrusive, so you should stop them from appearing, especially if you surf the web on a daily basis. The easiest way to do that is, of course, to remove QuickLink, which is responsible for the presence of ads, as soon as possible.
The name SaveruPro refers to an advertising-supported browser add-on called SaverPro. This program is based on the JustPlugIt browser add-on creation platform, and programs based on this platform are capable of altering their names on different computers. Instead of the name SaveruPro, you might find variations such as SAverProu, SSaverPro, and SaVerProo, to mention just a few. The so-called SaveruPro browser add-on should be removed from your computer, although you may think that it is a reputable program because it has an official website. However, the official website saverpro.info does not guarantee that the program promoted on it is safe to use. SaveruPro displays non-endorsed third-party advertisements; hence it is categorized as adware, and we recommend that you take action right now.
CouponEx is a JustPlugIt browser add-on which you should remove from your computer if you want to browse the Internet without being bombarded with pop-ups, coupons, web banners, and other advertisements. CouponEx is supposed to enhance your shopping experience by providing you with shopping-related information and is compatible with the three most popular Internet browsers–Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.
Ads By Pall Mall is yet another adware application that should be avoided at all costs, as it will make your browser function irregularly and might even expose your operating system to suspicious third-parties. Often users are lured into installing Ads By Pall Mall or similar applications due to misleading information provided by the vendors of such programs. Do not trust Ads By Pall Mall under any circumstances, as it could have devastating outcomes. Beneficial features of Ads By Pall Mall are nonexistent. Therefore, removal is only rational. The guide provided below will help you terminate Ads By Pall Mall in a time efficient manner.
A suspicious bar might appear on your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers if you install an application called ChocolateBar on your computer. You might not even suspect that you have it, because this software can enter your system without your permission; however, if you see the process ChocolateBar.exe *32 working in the background, there is no doubt that you have encountered this application. We recommend that you remove ChocolateBar, because it is a potentially unwanted application that might cause a great deal of inconvenience. If you have already noticed something suspicious about it, you should not postpone the removal process any longer.
EnterDigital is an annoying application that will disrupt your web browsing experience by displaying commercial advertisements. You will do yourself a favor if you remove EnterDigital from your computer immediately. This application may not be a direct computer security threat, but it is not recommended to keep it on your system. Adware applications like EnterDigital can be exploited by malicious third parties to promote unreliable content. In such a case you could be exposed to corrupted websites that distribute adware and even malware. Thus, terminating EnterDigital as soon as possible is very important.