What is Isaver?
Having Isaver installed on your computer will result in a series of annoying commercial advertisements. It is an adware application that can slow down your browser and expose you to potentially corrupted websites. Isaver is not malicious on its own, but the main problem is that these kinds of adware applications are often exploited by malevolent third parties, so your computer might be at serious risk. You obviously need to avoid all the potential security issues, and the best way to do it is remove Isaver right now. You may also need to remove a list of other programs as well.
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Where does Isaver come from?
The reason why we have mentioned other potentially unwanted programs here is the way of Isaver’s distribution. One would expect it to find a direct application download link at its official homepage, but if you click the Download Now button at Isaver.info, you get redirected to Chrome Web Store. Information provided at isaver.info claims that Isaver should be available at Chrome Store, but that is not the case.
According to our research, there is only one way of distribution for Isaver, and that is bundled downloads. This application arrives together with a list of other potentially unwanted applications, and it happens when user clicks fake notifications that claim user’s Adobe Flash or Java plug-in are outdated and he/she needs to install an upgrade. Downloading “updates” via flash pop-ups and unofficial websites eventually leads to adware infection so you should never do that.
What does Isaver do?
When Isaver gets installed onto your computer, it also adds plug-ins to all main browsers (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer so that it could ensure “convenience in your online shopping experience”. Unfortunately, that results in constant pop-ups and commercial adverts that may seem to be related to your likes and preferences, but do not be so hasty as to click them.
Isaver comes from the same group of random-name adware applications as DownSave, BestSaveForYou, AllCheapPrice and many others. They are promoted as useful applications that ought to provide you with cheaper deals, but in reality they enter your system silently, collect information on your web browsing habits and then display pop-ups that are embedded with unreliable content.
After all, Isaver does not review all the links that are embedded into its advertisements, so for all you know, you could be exposed to potentially corrupted content after having been redirected to third party website.
How to remove Isaver?
You need to take your computer security seriously and get rid of all the potential threats. That includes removing Isaver as well. While you are at it, scan your PC with SpyHunter free scanner to detect other potentially dangerous applications that might have arrived with Isaver. Invest in a powerful antispyware tool to protect your system from harm and do not hesitate to leave us a comment if you have any further questions.
Manual Isaver Removal
- Move mouse cursor to the bottom right of the screen.
- When Charm bar appears, click Settings and go to Control Panel.
- Open Uninstall a program and remove Isaver.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
- Click Start menu button and select Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program and remove Isaver.
- Open Start Menu and navigate to Control Panel.
- Select Add or remove programs and uninstall Isaver.
Remove Isaver from browser
- Press Alt+T and click Add-ons.
- Disable and remove Isaver from Extensions.
- Restart browser for the changes to take effect.
- Press Alt+F and select Tools.
- Click Extensions and remove Isaver from the list.