CrossBrowser

CrossBrowser

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. Read more »

BlueAmulet

BlueAmulet

You do not need to be a genius or an experienced user to know that BlueAmulet is an unreliable piece of software. This program works in a very suspicious manner, and its developers are questionable as well. If you trust this program without thinking of the consequences, sooner or later your virtual security is likely to be jeopardized. If you want to avoid this, there is only one thing that you need to do, which is getting rid of advertisement-supported software from your operating system. Are you surprised to learn that BlueAmulet is an advertisement-supported program? Well, this is the only category that fits this useless and unreliable application. You can learn more about this by reading our report. Read more »

FindsPro

FindsPro

Many users think that FindsPro is a very useful program because it promises to find the best deals for you and thus help you shop smarter. In addition, the information placed on the official website findspro.com says that this program will help you to save money. As you can see, it is not surprising at all that many users think that FindsPro is trustworthy and beneficial; however, we have to upset them by saying that this program is known to be a typical advertising-supported application. In other words, it only shows commercial advertisements, so you should not even expect that it will act in a beneficial way. If you agree with us that there is no point in keeping useless programs, you should delete FindsPro as soon as possible. You will definitely not regret doing that. Read more »

DealXplorer

DealXplorer

In the online shopping era there are more and more applications like DealXplorer emerging every day, trying to pose as useful and beneficial tools for users to save time and money. However, our malware specialists at Anti-Spyware-101.com have found that this application is an ad-supported program in reality. As a matter of fact, this adware can also hijack your default browser’s home page. Why would you keep an application on your computer that acts without your permission? Who knows what else it may do? Well, we are here to share with you what we have found out about this adware. But there is one thing we can tell you right now: You should remove DealXplorer, if you want to keep your computer safe. Read more »

SpyLookout

SpyLookout

If you are interested in monitoring the web, SpyLookout might seem like the program you should install onto your Windows operating system. If this program was what you were looking for, we would not waste our time convincing you that it is not. The truth is that this application is untrustworthy, and the services it provides are highly questionable. Our experts here at Anti-Spyware-101.com believe that this program was created for reasons that most users are unaware of. If you continue reading this report, we will explain these reasons, which will help you make an informed decision about the fate of the suspicious program. You will also learn why we identify it as an advertisement-supported program, and find useful information about different removal methods. Read more »

Ad Blockerr

Ad Blockerr

A never-ending flow of pop-ups and other forms of advertisements is a problem for a majority of Internet browsers, and Ad Blockerr seems like an application designed to solve this issue once and for all. The program says it will block malicious websites, block unwanted URLs, and filter annoying and potentially dangerous pop-up advertisements. But the real intentions of this program are still unknown as there are some questionable things about it. It is possible that Ad Blockerr is an adware application itself and, therefore, it should not be kept on your computer. Read more »

MoodTube

MoodTube

Are you happy with the distracting content you see around online videos? If you are not, MoodTube might be very attractive. This advertisement-supported program pretends to offer a very beneficial and useful service, but, in reality, it is not all that great or useful. In fact, it is unlikely that this program will work at all, which is why our Anti-Spyware-101.com experts do not recommend installing this program. If you have installed it already, you probably expect it to “dim the lights” on video websites. This kind of service can be provided by legitimate applications, and a bunch of completely bogus and misleading threats. Our research team has found that LightsOff and LightsOn are just a few of the many unreliable programs that offer the same kind of service. Needless to say, all of these advertisement-supported programs are completely unreliable and require removal. Read more »

DnsIO

DnsIO

If you keep seeing suspicious ads, it might be a sign that DnsIO was installed onto your operating system. This program can change DNS settings to inject ads into the websites you visit, despite the fact that it promises to work in a completely different manner. If you visit dnsio.net, the developers of this strange program will try to convince you that it can offer protection from malware. The creators of this website have made a huge mistake by overlooking the information they use. If they were more careful, they would have replaced the name “LookSafe.” This is another suspicious program that can change your DNS settings to show ads, and it is represented using the same information and a similar-looking website. Needless to say, both of these programs were created by the same company, which immediately gives away that they are not reliable. As you might have figured out already, we will advise you to remove DnsIO. Read more »

Magical Find

Magical Find

Magical Find is just another adware application people should not allow to stay on their computers. The program may promise that it will boost your Internet browsing experience, but there are no positive effects of its utilization. Moreover, the application is obnoxious, and it will also eat your system resources. You can even expose your system to online threats if you do not remove Magical Find. Read more »

LightsOut

LightsOut

LightsOut promises to enhance your ability to watch videos on the Internet by dimming the lights on your screen. However, a research team working at Anti-Spyware-101.com has encountered a similar promise before in the case of the LightsOff application. The research went further and resulted in a conclusion that both LightsOut and LightsOff are identical adware programs that are utterly useless. The promoted button that should dim your screen simply does not exist on YouTube, Vimeo or other video streaming websites. So, there is no single reason to keep this ineffective program on your computer. Read more »

WorldSport New Tab

WorldSport New Tab

WorldSport New Tab is an application that has been tailored for Internet surfers who have an interest in soccer. However, it has been deemed potentially unwanted and you ought to remove it. It is not bad, but it does not do anything good either. One major complaint is that upon installation this browser extension automatically changes the new tab and homepage to another website. If you want to rollback these changes, then we suggest getting rid of this application. If you want to know more about WorldSport New Tab, then we invite you to read the full article. Read more »