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Pro Search TIp

Pro Search TIp

Pro Search Tip is meant to be the “best search assistant,” but it is a useless program, and Anti-Spyware-101.com research team classifies it as a potentially unwanted program (in short, PUP). If you install it, your default search provider on Google Chrome will be replaced with search.prosearchtip.com, and if you think that this search tool is beneficial or trustworthy, you need to think again. Our research team recommends that you remove Pro Search Tip from your web browser, but do not take our word for it blindly. Keep reading this report to learn about this strange extension, and you will find all the motives to eliminate it from your own browser. Of course, we understand that not every single Chrome user has the same level of experience, and so if you find anything mentioned in this report unclear, or if you have questions about deleting the PUP, you can always post a comment below. Our malware and PUP experts are ready to assist you as soon as possible. Read more »

Byoml.com

Byoml.com

Byoml.com is a browser extension that is considered to be a potentially unwanted program or a PUP. Currently, it is compatible with Google Chrome alone, so we do not think those using other browsers could encounter it. If it appeared on your browser and you want to learn more about it, we invite you to read our full article. In the text, we will discuss the extension’s working manner, its possible distribution channels, and the ways it can be erased from the computer. Additionally, you will find step by step removal instructions explaining how to delete Byoml.com from Google Chrome at the end of this article. Thus, if you need any help while eliminating this PUP manually, do not hesitate to follow the provided steps. Also, should you have any questions about the removal process or the application itself, you could leave us a message in the comments section. Read more »

QuickLogin

QuickLogin

QuickLogin is an extension for your Chrome and Firefox browsers that is supposed to make it easier for you to access your email accounts. The extension should interest only those who have multiple accounts with multiple service providers. Even in that case, the extension is pretty useless because it displays easy-access links to Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and Outlook login pages only. This is one of the reasons we identify this extension as a potentially unwanted program, or PUP. According to our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, it is extremely important to weigh all pros and cons before you decide if this allegedly useful extension is worth your trust. We know for a fact that it was built by the same party who created Search Manager, which is yet another potentially unwanted program. Needless to say, it is strange that the same company is linked to two suspicious programs. That is not a good sign. Of course, we want you to decide for yourself if you should trust or remove QuickLogin. Continue reading to learn more. Read more »

One Click Booster

One Click Booster

One Click Booster is supposed to boost your Windows operating system by fixing errors in the Windows Registry and by deleting certain things, such as malware, PUPs, temporary files, cache, etc. While it is possible that this potentially unwanted program could clear your browsing history and eliminate the temp files successfully, you do not want to rely on it to clear your entire operating system from malware. This is not a security tool, and the best it can do is eliminate the components you can easily eliminate yourself. This is why we classify it as a PUP (potentially unwanted program) too. Do you know what you should do about PUPs? You should get rid of them. The instructions our researchers at Anti-Spyware-101.com created below will help you remove One Click Booster without much trouble, but we advise reading the report first to understand how risky it might be to trust untrustworthy programs. Please take note of any questions that might come up, and use the comments section to present them to our malware experts. Read more »

YourMailTab

YourMailTab

YourMailTab is supposed to provide you with access to Gmail, Outlook, AOL, and Yahoo email services from one toolbar. It is unlikely that many people use all of these emailing services, but if you do, you might find the extension especially useful. Have you considered adding links to the websites representing them to your browser’s bookmarks bar? That would have been easier. Of course, if your bookmarks bar is full, you might want and additional one represented via the new tab and the homepage. The extension does not actually add a bar per se. Instead, it introduces you to this page: yourmailtab.com/homepage/homepage.html?id=MTI1NjE&implId=dGhlbWVfZ2VuZXJpY19iX2Nsb25l#hfew=d87f2072-9794-0ae7-18a6-b6b361e01a28. Its interface shows the email links, and it also presents a search bar. Overall, the interface of the extension makes it seem like a search engine, but it is a search engine you cannot trust. As you might have gathered already, we suggest removing YourMailTab, and we have created this guide to help you delete this potentially unwanted program (PUP) right away. Read more »

SmartPackageTracker

SmartPackageTracker

SmartPackageTracker is a browser extension targeted at users who are looking for tools that could help them track various packages. Our researchers tell the application might change the user’s homepage, default search engine, or new tab page with a website of its own. Plus, it is possible it could display unreliable advertising content. Because of this, the add-on falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs or PUPs in short. As you continue reading our article, we will explain to you more about this extension. Those who choose to eliminate it should have a look at the instructions available below too. Of course, if you prefer using automatic features instead you could employ a legitimate antimalware tool. Read more »

System Clean Pro

System Clean Pro

System Clean Pro is not a malicious application, but it is considered to be a potentially unwanted program. In this article, we will discuss what makes the application fit into the mentioned category. Hopefully, this will help users decide whether they want to use such a tool if they are thinking about having it. On the other hand, if you have already installed this potentially unwanted program, but do not want to keep it any longer, we can help you erase System Clean Pro. All you have to do is follow the instructions located below this article, and they will guide you through the process. However, if you do not feel like removing the application manually, you could pick a legitimate antimalware tool that could let you eliminate the program faster. Read more »

bestMovies Now

bestMovies Now

We all watch movies and TV series, and we all want the best and most convenient experience. An add-on called bestMovies Now is supposed to provide just that. The extension promises to offer “immediate access to information about unlimited movies, TV series, trailers and movie reviews,” which might make you think that it allows watching movies and TV series for free. It does not. The best it can do is route to gomovix.com, which you can use to find movies or TV shows and a list of streaming services that you can use to watch them. Overall, the extension is kind of useless, and it is surprising that users fall for it at all. Nonetheless, a useless service is not all that the suspicious extension can provide you with. According to our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team, if you do not delete bestMovies Now, it will track your activity and inform third parties about it to help them showcase ads, which are likely to be displayed via the search engine. These are the main reasons to remove the extension ASAP. Read more »

Severe Weather Check

Severe Weather Check

Severe Weather Check seems to be a potentially unwanted program. For now, it works on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers. To those who install it, the application promises to provide them with local and reliable weather information. However, it was noticed the extension might also change user’s browser preferences, such as the new tab page or homepage. Such behavior could not only appear to be annoying but also cause trouble. As you continue reading our article, we will tell you more about this potentially unwanted program. What’s more, users who decide to erase Severe Weather Check can find manual deletion instructions just a bit below the article. Of course, if they seem to be too tricky, you can always employ a legitimate antimalware tool of your choice. Read more »

Auto PC Cleaner 2019

Auto PC Cleaner 2019

Do you know what potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) are? Auto PC Cleaner 2019 is one of them, and it is the perfect example. It looks like a completely harmless and even useful program at first, and if the user downloads it, they are then asked to pay money for its services. Before that, the program performs a full system scan so that the user would feel a sense of urgency. If money is paid, the “items” listed by the scanner are, allegedly, resolved, but that means nothing. Your operating system will not run faster or smoother if you install the app and then pay money for its removal services. Unfortunately, not everyone realizes that right away. If you have, and you are ready to delete Auto PC Cleaner 2019, you can go straight to the last section of this report to learn all about getting rid of the PUP. If you are still confused, and you do not understand why the program has such a bad reputation, you should really continue reading. Our Anti-Spyware-101.com research team has analyzed the PUP to help you understand it better. Read more »