Dot Net Asansol Community Toolbar is a rather old browser plugin published by Conduit. It looks very beneficial at first sight because it allows users to listen to the music, check the weather forecast and email as well as access different places on the web, for instance, Facebook. Unfortunately, it has been found out that it is not completely reliable. Therefore, we do not recommend keeping it on the system. In case you decide to get rid of Dot Net Asansol Community Toolbar once and for all, you should scroll down in order to find our manual removal instructions. They will help you to eliminate this software easily and quickly.
Even though ZenSearch does not look like a malicious program, Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers do not recommend trusting it. The application has been created to represent the associated search engine zensearch.com; however, it is far more intrusive than that. If you have downloaded the application onto your Google Chrome browser, you should be able to access the Permissions disclaimer. Open the extensions menu (chrome://extensions/), navigate to the suspicious extension, and click Permissions. The Current Permissions window will show up, and you will learn that ZenSearch not only can access your data on all websites, but also can manipulate privacy-related settings. Needless to say, this is the main reason why you need to remove ZenSearch from your operating system. It is also important to delete the search engine associated with this browser extension.
BrowserAppsPlus is a browser add-on that arrives at the computer alongside freeware program programs, such as media players and other browser add-ons. The BrowserAppsPlus program is compatible with Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox; moreover, the program is based on the Crossrider platform, which is used to created advertising-supported browser add-ons. BrowserAppsPlus displays third-party ads, and we recommend that you remove this program from your PC because the developers of the program accept no responsibility for the content of all the advertisements delivered to your screen.
Ransomware infections are rather common nowadays, so they might enter your system as well and place Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked or a similar message on your screen. The main aim of these infections is to extort money from computer users; however, you should not pay money to cyber criminals even if the information in Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked message states that “a warrant will be issued for your arrest” in case you do not make a payment. Do not worry; the message is fake even if it seems to be issued by National Security Bureau. In order to remove Your Computer Was Automatically Blocked message from your screen, you will have to delete the ransomware that has managed to slither onto your computer. In this case, it is very likely that VirLock ransomware is responsible for the presence of this disturbing message.
ZenSearch.com is a search engine which offers you access to multiple search providers. Like any other website, ZenSearch.com can be set as the default home page and search provider of your browsers, but it can also be set as your search provider after installing the ZenSearch add-on. Some computer users may think that ZenSearch.com is distributed by browser hijackers, but that usually means that changes on the browsers are made without the user’s permission. In the case of the ZenSearch.com search engine, the user is provided with the installer featuring two checkboxes related to the changes. According to the installer, ZenSearch.com can be set as the home page and search provider of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, but it has been found that the latest versions of Google Chrome block the program.
GuardBytes Plus is a fake anti-virus program that compromises the system in an attempt to obtain your money by deception. The GuardBytes Plus malware gets on the computer without your permission and tries to make you think that you need its full version, which is supposedly capable of protecting you against malware and spyware threats. If you really want to provide the system with protection against various threats, remove GuardBytes Plus from the computer and install a really powerful security program.
Media PlayerVidEd is an adware application made using the CrossRider engine. Like Savings Vault, Giant savings, Supreme Savings, and Solid Savings, it works by getting on your computer with your nominal permission, adding itself as a browser extension, and then showing you annoying commercial ads. While Media PlayerVidEd is not dangerous by itself, it could present some security vulnerabilities, leading to serious malware infection. To be safe, we think you should remove MediaPlayerVidEd from your computer as soon as you notice it.
GamesDesktop is a free computer that provides the computer user with information about various online games that can be downloaded on the computer. The GamesDesktop program is advertised at games-desktop.com and is also bundled with freeware programs, some of which are categorized as browser hijackers or adware. For example, the program is distributed alongside browser hijackers promoting isearch.omiga-plus.com and Snap.do, and browser add-ons, such as Couponarific. In order to avoid these or other unreliable programs, it is crucial to pay close attention to every installation process and uncheck boxes related to unwanted changes on the operating system. Malware researchers, including our team, recommend that you remove GamesDesktop from your computer, and if you want to learn how to do it, jump to the last section.
Even though OneAppPerDay looks like a legitimate program that can help you find Android apps for free or at a reduced price, Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers warn that this is an advertisement-supported program that should not be trusted. It has been discovered that the program is just a different variation of MyBestOffersToday and OneSoftPerDay advertisement-supported programs. If you have found these apps on your browsers, you should delete them as well. Do you have to remove OneAppPerDay? We believe that you do, because as soon as this application infiltrates your browsers, different data-tracking technologies will be employed to spy on you. It does not matter whether you acquire OneAppPerDay bundled with other apps or you download it from oneappperday.com, your virtual activity will not remain private as it should. We have prepared this guide to help you remove the suspicious adware.
Donkick is an adware application that spams you with annoying commercial advertisements. It disrupts your web browsing experience and slows down your web browser. In the worst case scenario, Donkick might also get exploited by cyber criminals to display and promote their corrupted content. It might be very confusing as to why this application should not be allowed to stay on your computer, because most of the time users install it willingly. However, it is definitely important that you remove Donkick as soon as possible because the application might inadvertently expose you to potentially malicious content.