My Movie Finder

What is My Movie Finder?

The creators of My Movie Finder have developed this extension to target movie fanatics who want to know everything there is to know about new movie releases, theatrical schedules, and related news. The extension was built for Google Chrome, but it is possible that it could be offered for other browsers in the future. At this time, we offer a removal guide for the users of the Google Chrome web browser, but we can always add guides, and if you need help, you should communicate with us via the comments section. If you cannot wait to delete My Movie Finder, and you do not care to learn about this extension any more, you will probably scroll down to the guide available below. However, if you have questions, or you do not really know why should get rid of this seemingly beneficial extension, you should continue reading. Also, remember that we are here to discuss the extension with you, and you should feel free to add any questions you might be interested in.testtesttest

How does My Movie Finder work?

My Movie Finder is officially introduced to Chrome users at my-movie-finder.com. The downloader represents the installer on the Chrome web store, at chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/my-movie-finder/ddhhnidifdcbpbckpjllplklgbimjpfb. This installer warns that the extension takes over the New Tab, as well that it can read and modify data on websites and manage downloads. These permissions are pretty bizarre. Unfortunately, you are unlikely to be introduced to the warning if you acquire the extension via a third-party installer. Our researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com warn that the extension – which we classify as a PUP, potentially unwanted program – could be spread via software bundled along with other PUPs or malware. It could also be spread using installers promoted via random pop-ups. In the worst case scenario, it could be downloaded with extremely dangerous malware. Employ a malware scanner to help you figure things out, and if threats are found, eliminate them first. We are discussing My Movie Finder along with dangerous malware, but we cannot claim that it is one of those threats that could definitely do serious harm. More serious threats must be deleted first.

When you install My Movie Finder, my-movie-finder.com/newTab/newTab.html is set as the New Tab. If your browser opens New Tab on startup, you will find your homepage hijacked as well. This search tool lists sites related to film content, including imdb.com, rottentomatoes.com, and amctheatres.com. Additionally, links to popular unrelated sites are added below the search field. Some might think that the extension is highly useful because it offers all these great links and also offers a search service. Most likely, the only reason My Movie Finder was created was to promote this service, and, unfortunately, we cannot say it is trustworthy. The search tool employs Bing Search to make you think that the results are completely reliable, but, in reality, sponsored content can be added. Who uses the extension to advertise their content? That is unknown, which is why it is hard to say whether or not all links can be trusted. To be on the safe side, we recommend deleting the extension.

How to delete My Movie Finder

If you want easy-access to movie-related content directly from your browser, you might think that My Movie Finder is a genius tool. Although it might seem to be great at first, in reality, it simply offers links to websites where movie-related content is presented, which means that the extension is actually quite helpless and useless. That is not the only reason you should consider removing My Movie Finder. This extension offers a search service via my-movie-finder.com/newTab/newTab.html that is quite strange and questionable. Our research team warns that sponsored content could be injected by the potentially unwanted program to trick you into interacting with third-party links, for which the creator might earn some money. Ultimately, although the PUP is represented as this helpful add-on, in reality, it is an advertising tool that is unlikely to help you with anything. If other threats exist, use an anti-malware program to have every PUP and malicious infection eliminated. If they do not, follow the guide below.

Removal Instructions

  1. Launch Google Chrome and tap Alt+F.
  2. Click More tools and then Extensions.
  3. Click the trash bin and select Remove.
  4. Tap keys Ctrl+Shift+Delete.
  5. Mark the appropriate time range.
  6. Mark the boxes representing the data you want to clear.
  7. Click CLEAR DATA. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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Remove these My Movie Finder Files:

logo128.png
gtm.js
root.html
logo48.png
newTab.js
computed_hashes.json
compliance.js
manifest.json
verified_contents.json
logo16.png
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