What is TTWiFi?

Downloading TTWiFi is a risky thing to do. Although this tool fulfills its promises to create WiFi networks, it is not reliable in many other ways. For one, it installs third-party software that might be considered malicious. Do you want to risk inviting malware for one supposedly beneficial program? If you do not, this potentially unwanted program (PUP) is not the one you should be interacting with. If you have already let it in without weighing all the risks, we have prepared this guide for you. If you continue reading, you will not only find tips that will help you remove TTWiFi, but you will also learn more about this suspicious PUP. Our research team has tested this threat in our internal lab, and we know everything there is to know about it. If you have questions about this program, the removal process, or the security measures that you should take to keep suspicious programs like this one away, you can start a discussion in the comments section below.testtest

How does TTWiFi work?

According to the information provided at (Privacy Policy) and (EULA), is the company that has created the suspicious PUP. Although the name of this company is a domain name, we have found that it is locked, which means that you can no longer access it. It is possible that this website was previously used for the distribution of the PUP; however, at the moment, this is not its source. As you can see, the domain representing the Privacy Policy and EULA statements is different, and, because it is unsigned, we cannot confirm whether or not it is directly associated with the creator of TTWiFi. All in all, an official installer does not exist, which is why we were not surprised to find that this potentially unwanted program is mainly spread via third-party installers packaged with other programs. An authentic, trusted malware scanner can help you identify these malicious programs. Even if you reject all other programs that the PUP might come packaged with, it can download adware (e.g., ADClick) without your permission.

TTWiFi is able to download updates automatically without your knowledge, and this is a security backdoor that could be used to infiltrate advertising-supported programs and other kinds of suspicious software. Considering that some malicious programs are able to conceal themselves, we strongly advise using a malware scanner to inspect your operating system. In the best case scenario, you will learn that the only suspicious programs you need to remove are the PUP and the ad-supported program, ADClick. Unfortunately, the scenario where you detect other malicious programs is also probable. Even if you only find the ad-supported program, you will have to use a different method to eliminate it from your operating system. The good news is that it will not be difficult for you to realize that this adware is present because it will show advertisements that will pop up from the bottom-right corner of the screen. What is more, the name of this adware is likely to be attached to these ads. We have prepared a full removal guide for this adware, and you can use the search box at the top to find it.

How to eliminate TTWiFi

If you delete TTWiFi using the guide below, the rest of unreliable programs, including ADClick, will remain present. If you have decided to clean your operating system manually, you have to be very careful. First, use a malware scanner to identify the threats you are dealing with. Then, research each and every single one of these threats to learn about them and their removal. Needless to say, it will take some time to erase all unwanted programs from your PC, especially if they are more complicated. If you do not have the time, the best thing you can do is install an automated malware removal tool to have all unreliable programs eliminated at the same time, automatically. The greatest thing is that once this tool is done eliminating malware from your computer, it will continuously protect it – if you keep up with the necessary updates – from malicious infections. Needless to say, implementing reliable protection software is by far the most important step towards your virtual security.

Removal Guide

Windows XP:

  1. Open the Start menu from the Taskbar and click Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs and locate the PUP.
  3. Select the undesirable program and click the Remove button to eliminate it.

Windows Vista and Windows 7:

  1. Open the Start menu by clicking the Windows icon on the Taskbar.
  2. Open Control Panel, move to the Programs menu, and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the undesirable program you want to eliminate and click Uninstall.

Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10:

  1. Launch RUN (simultaneously tap keys Win+R) and enter Control Panel.
  2. In the Control Panel menu move to Uninstall a program
  3. Identify the program you wish to get rid of, right-click it, and select Uninstall.
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