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.
DrSpeedyPC is a PC optimizer program that claims to speed up your computer and ensure peak performance; however, our malware specialists at Anti-Spyware-101.com have categorized it as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). After a deep analysis, we can say that this application shows certain behaviors that make it questionable. Sharing our findings can help you make up your mind and act before more issues might emerge with regard to your system’s security. As a matter of fact, this PUP may start showing advertisements in your browsers that might take you to unsafe websites if you click on them. If you continue reading our report, you will understand why we advise you to remove DrSpeedyPC and how you can protect your PC from infections.
TwistTinker is an adware program and as such it displays commercial advertisements. Some users may think that these ads can provide them with useful information and even help them purchase something at a lower price. Unfortunately, third-party ads promoted by adware programs are often embedded with outgoing links that lead to dangerous websites and further adware infections. Therefore, to protect your computer from potential harm, you should remove TwistTinker immediately. This program is not hard to terminate on your own; you simply need to uninstall it via Control Panel. However, keeping in mind that there might be more undesirable applications on-board, you should seriously consider scanning your PC with a licensed antispyware tool.
BrowserShield says on its official website that it is 100% free and always up to date. On top of that, it says that it will not allow users to download malicious software. It is unclear whether it is really going to do that, but there is no doubt that this application is going to show commercial advertisements. BrowserShield does not try to hide the fact that it displays ads because it declares on its official web page that it is "ad-supported." You are the one who can decide whether to keep such a program installed on the system or not, but you should know that there are risks related to the ads it shows. There is also no doubt that all these commercials which it generates are very intrusive and annoying. On top of that, they can disrupt whatever activities you do on the web, e.g. shop online. If you do not want this to happen, you have to erase BrowserShield immediately. We hope that we will answer all your questions regarding the removal of this adware in this article. If not, feel free to contact us via the comment box placed below this article.
FutureGames could be an application that provides you with the latest online games, but, instead, this is just a simple, useless, ad-supported program. Although our malware specialists have noticed some relevance to games in the form of gaming website advertisements, this adware is bad news for you and your computer. It is very likely that you did not even install it, but it infiltrated your system in a freeware bundle. Therefore, it is quite possible that you already have several infections on your PC, attacking your system as you are reading these lines. If you fail to act in time, you might have to face even more security issues. Removing FutureGames is a good start if you want to restore the health of your Windows operating system.
Web Monitor is the newest addition to an immerging lineage of adware applications that deceive people into thinking that they are unique and legitimate. It is suggested that you remove this particular program, because its proclaimed functions are non-existent. The murky software developers that published Web Monitor had only one thing in mind — use it to display commercial advertisements. Adware programs are indeed a cost-effective way to make money, since unreliable website owners and software developers use adware to promote their products and services. We believe that this particular application may advertise unreliable content, so it would be best if you get rid of it.
If you are bored of your regular browser cursor, the solution provided by AllCursors might interest you. This program promises to help you customize your cursor for free if you install a browser extension. At the time of our research, this extension was only compatible with Mozilla Firefox, but our experts here at Anti-Spyware-101.com suggest that other browsers could be affected as well. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that this add-on will work on any of the browsers, which is the first reason you should remove AllCursors right away. Also, there are other more important reasons to get rid of this threat, and we discuss them in this report. Please continue reading, and, if any of your questions are left unanswered, post them in the comment box below, and we will assist you as soon as we can.
Not a single deal presented by TilDeal should be considered reliable. Even if this despicable ad-supported program throws a few harmless ads into the mix, you are more likely to encounter misleading offers, malware installers, and other unreliable advertisements. Unfortunately, these ads and deals might be concealed using deceptive information, which is why computer users are often tricked into interacting with unreliable deals and offers. Experienced users, who know how schemers work and what kind of tricks they might employ, are unlikely to interact with suspicious online offers, regardless of how attractive they might appear to be. Unfortunately, most users who install this adware are inexperienced, which is why they might have trouble identifying and removing TilDeal as a serious computer threat.
WhiteWindow is a totally useless application without any function at all; as a matter of fact, it has been categorized as an adware program by our malware specialists at Anti-Spyware-101.com. This application is only beneficial for its creators, who can make easy money by spreading their product and trying to make people click on the third-party ads it keeps displaying. These ads can be rather annoying and distracting, but that is not the biggest problem; they might also pose a threat to your system’s security. This adware is most likely to come in freeware bundles, which also hold certain dangers for your computer. All in all, our verdict is the same as in the case of all other adware applications: If you want to keep your PC clean, you should remove WhiteWindow right now.
While Facebook users keep demanding an official “Dislike” button, programs like DislikeOnFb keep offering fake services. This application is meant to add a function enabling you to dislike posts, photos, and other content posted on Facebook; however, this program works in a completely unexpected manner. Instead of adding the function it promises, this program spies on users to introduce them to the most attractive offers and advertisements. As you can guess, we identify this suspicious browser add-on as an advertisement-supported program. At the moment, this add-on can be installed on Chrome and Firefox browsers, but our Anti-Spyware-101.com analysts believe that this adware could cross over to other platforms as well. Whichever browser was infected with this adware, you must remove DislikeOnFb, and our report will show you how.