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Omiga Plus Virus

The suspicious Omiga Plus is often considered to be a virus; however, in reality it is just another PUP – potentially unwanted program. Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers have discovered that this particular application has been developed by the Taiwan Shui Mu Chih Ching Technology Limited. Many computer users decide to download this program from omigaplus.qone8.com because it promises to help you manage the Windows desktop. Unfortunately, in some cases schemers utilize authentic programs and browser plugins to perform malignant operations. It is not recommended that you download any software through third-party distributors because this may lead to the installation of potentially unwanted programs. If you wish to remove Omiga Plus Virus, you need to delete all of the suspicious programs which have been downloaded together. We can help you delete the undesirable program, and all you have to do is follow the guidance below. Read more »

Messenger Plus Toolbar

Messenger Plus Toolbar

Messenger Plus Toolbar is a browser extension which belongs to Conduit. If you pay attention to the installer of the application, you will find that it is one of the many browser plug-ins that bear the name “Community Toolbar”. Messenger Plus Toolbar is available at messengerpluslive.ourtoolbar.com, or it can be installed along with free programs, including video players, video downloaders, and many others. As a result, you should always pay close attention to the terms of use so that you can prevent the installation of the unwanted program. Read more »

Livesupport Pop-Up

Livesupport Pop-Up

Livesupport Pop-Ups may flood the desktop of your operating Windows system if you do not implement authentic spyware removal software which could shield your virtual security against schemers. Even though these pop-ups may seem harmless at first, you have to be extra cautious about them. It is stated within the reappearing notifications that your personal system may be at risk and that to fix all errors, remove issues and optimize the PC you have to trust the so-called trained technicians. Needless to say, experienced professionals will always help you with any Windows problems; however, they cannot be contacted through the provided telephone number. This is a scam to trick you into calling the helpline and giving up your money without even knowing it. The calls made may be highly expensive and so if you decide to call +1-855-245-3492, it is likely that you will end up with a huge phone bill. Therefore, we recommend that you delete Livesupport Pop-Ups right away, and we can help you with this task. Read more »

Toggle Toolbar

Toggle Toolbar

Toggle Toolbar is a browser plug-in which is another product of Community Toolbar. The browser extension is powered by Conduit, which means that along with the toolbar in question you will have to use the Conduit Search. Toggle Toolbar, as well as KeyBar Toolbar and Trustworthy Toolbar, are available at ourtoolbar.com. More precisely, the Toggle Toolbar can be downloaded from toggle.ourtoolbar.com. Needless to say, it can also be bundled with free applications. Every setup file of a free program may contain some additional applications; as a result, it is important that you pay close attention to the installation process. In case some potentially unwanted program is installed by mistake, there may be some adverse consequences; for example, you may have difficulty in removing it or altering the settings if any have been changed. Read more »

KeyBar Toolbar

KeyBar Toolbar

KeyBar Toolbar is a browser add-on that works on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. It can be downloaded from keybartoolbar.ourtoolbar.com and some other websites. The application can also be bundled with video players, scanners, and browser add-on or extensions. Our experts recommend that you remove KeyBar Toolbar from the browser as the toolbar may be used for providing advertising companies with the information that is important for some advertising campaigns. Moreover, KeyBar Toolbar promoted Conduit Search, which is already well-known for numerous computer users, and, of course, malware researchers. If you have installed KeyBar Toolbar by mistake and want to remove it from Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox, soon you will find out how to do it. Read more »

Smileys We Love Toolbar

Smileys We Love Toolbar is a browser add-on which alters the settings of the browsers so that the user can make his or her online chats more interactive. The application works on Facebook, Gmail, and other social networking websites. You can choose from a wide range of emoticons and animated characters, which are supposed to make your experience online funny and entertaining. Smileys We Love Toolbar is available at smileyswelove.com, but it is important to mention that Smileys We Love Toolbar is bundled with Delta Search toolbar, which is already flagged as potentially unwanted by the majority of computer security tool.  The unwanted toolbar is installed if the user selects the Express installation instead of the Custom installation, which enables the user to prevent the installation of the Delta Toolbar. In any case, it is advisable to remove Smileys We Love Toolbar, as well as Delta Toolbar. Read more »

EZPowerAds

EZPowerAds is the name of an advertising platform which you may come across if some adware application is installed on your PC. Due to the presence of EZPowerAds on your PC, all the browsers display various pop-up advertisements, coupons, offers, and so on. All these unwanted pop-up messages can appear on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, and if you want to browse the Internet without being disturbed, remove EZPowerAds from the PC as soon as you can. Read more »

Trustworthy Toolbar

Trustworthy Toolbar

Trustworthy Toolbar is a browser extension that is not as trustworthy as you may think. Granted, it is not a computer malware and this extension does function as a genuine browser add-on, but Trustworthy Toolbar may be related to a series of security issues that you definitely should avoid at all costs. To put it simply, Trustworthy Toolbar is classified as potentially unwanted program. It means that it does not infect your system, but it would also be a good idea to remove Trustworthy Toolbar from your computer immediately, because in the long run it may become a tool for malware distribution. Read more »

Kwible Search

If you download freeware and suspicious browser plugins, you may discover Kwible Search installed on your Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer browsers. One of the many applications that may distribute the suspicious search tool is Savepath Deals. The researchers of malware and potentially unwanted programs at Anti-Spyware-101.com indicate that these programs are not critically malicious; however, they deserve to be removed. The suspicious search engine has not been developed by cyber criminals but there are some suspicious elements linked to it. We have conducted the manual removal instructions which will help you delete Kwible Search from the most popular web browsers. Before you dive into the removal process we recommend reading the provided information. Read more »

DealBulldog

DealBulldog

DealBulldog is a browser plugin developed by Somoto. The application is offered at dealbulldog.com and dealbulldog.somotoinc.com; however both of these sites are inactive at the moment. As you may already know, the application has been developed by the same company which stands behind FLV Player. This particular program is highly suspicious because it comes bundled with a number of unreliable browser plugins and PC programs which you need to delete. For this reason, it would be best to refrain from installing the allegedly useful toolbar, as there is no way of telling what other programs could be dropped alongside. You should also be careful with freeware you install, as the plugin could come bundled with seemingly reliable software as well. If you wish to learn how to delete DealBulldog or you simply need more information about the program – continue reading the report. Read more »