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 »

Theater Mode

Theater Mode

Theater Mode is not what you think it is. It is not a useful browser extension, but an adware application that you should remove at you earliest convenience. It is claimed that this application will improve video watching by dimming the background of a webpage, but it does nothing of the sort. All this application can do is collect a fair amount of information about you and expose you to unpleasant and unwelcome commercial advertisements. Theater Mode’s developers use deceptive means to trick users into installing it; because that is the only way they can ensure a steady flow of revenue. No one would even think of getting this application if they knew what it actually is, so we are here to tell you exactly what Theater Mode is and what it is not. Read more »

VideoConvert Toolbar

VideoConvert Toolbar

If you often need to convert various videos you might think that VideoConvert Toolbar could help you with that, but we are not sure it would be a good idea. After all, this toolbar is classified as adware, which means that it collects information on what websites you visit and what keywords you enter into your search engine. What’s more, you might be exposed to commercial third-party advertisements that could be related to malware distribution networks. That is not something you would want to encounter, so if you remove VideoConvert Toolbar right now, you may protect your system from potential exploitations and infections. Read more »

WebWatch

WebWatch

For the past few weeks we have observed an increase in releases of a particular new type of adware. Its developers employ deception to trick gullible users into installing a program that promises to perform a certain function, but does not. WebWatch is one such application and you should remove it, because it will not allow you to know who is tracking you online. This application will only render advertisements of questionable nature. The biggest question is who is behind the ads. The advertisers who use online advertising services via adware programs usually remain in the shadows. In this article we will uncover the lies surrounding WebWatch and show its true face. Read more »

ReckCoupon

Coupons, discounts, and deals are often used by adware developers to lure in users. ReckCoupon in an advertisement-supported program that promises its customers to produce this kind of content; however, this program was not created to assist users. The real task for this program is to enable third-party advertisers to show ads. This means that the supposedly beneficial shopping assistant is just a platform that unfamiliar parties can use to reach out to users. Needless to say, this is not an innocent program that is misused by malicious parties. On the contrary, the developers of this program knew exactly what they were doing when they were creating this devious ad-supported program. Continue reading to learn more about these developers and the removal of ReckCoupon. Read more »

High Stairs

High Stairs

High Stairs is actually a low-grade adware program that belongs in the recycling bin. Indeed, we suggest that you remove this useless browser extension, because all it can do is display unpleasant ads that come from undependable sources. Also, this application has been programmed to obtain information about your browsing and search preferences. So that is what High Stairs is able to do in a nutshell. Nevertheless, we are of the opinion that more detailed information is required about this program in order to establish a consensus among Internet surfers that this application is undoubtedly unreliable. Therefore, we invite you to read the full article. Read more »

SpringFiles

SpringFiles

SpringFiles is a potentially unwanted program that should function as a direct download manager. However, its reliability is highly doubtful, and this program might as well expose you to a variety of computer security threats. If you have this application on-board, it is strongly recommended that you remove SpringFiles from your system at once. Please scroll down to the bottom for the manual removal instructions. While you are at it, do take your time to run a full system scan with a licensed antispyware tool and see whether you have more unwanted applications installed. It is very likely that there are at least several unwanted programs running on your system. Read more »