What is Demoney?

Demoney might promise you will “start making a lot of money in no time” if you install it, but in reality what you may receive is nothing more than irritating third-party advertisements. Apparently, it was reported the extension could replace advertisements shown by the web pages you are visiting with the ads from its third-party partners. As a result, computer security specialists decided the program should fall under the classification of adware. So far it can be encountered only by those who search the Internet with Google Chrome, but we will talk more about Demoney’s distribution methods later in the text. If you continue reading our report, you will also learn about the adware’s working manner and the ways it can be erased. Naturally, users who already chose to get rid of this unreliable extension should slide a bit below the text and follow the provided deletion steps.

Where does Demoney come from?

For some time Demoney could have been downloaded through the following link At some point, it might have been placed on the user’s browser after visiting, which might have been the extension’s official site, but the site can no longer be reached either. This raises a question if the adware can still be downloaded? Our researchers at believe the application could travel with unreliable advertisements similar to the ones the adware could show to its users. What’s more, it could be that the threat might be forced on users; instead of merely suggesting it the pop-ups it might travel with may tell users it is necessary to install it, e.g., in order to leave a website, and so on.

How does Demoney work?

Demoney should settle on user’s Google Chrome browser, thus; it is supposed to be among the list of all other installed extensions. The description next to it could say something like “find out how you can earn a lot of money in no time!” or something similar. Naturally, we would advise users not to trust its description as it is doubtful an application considered to be adware could be of any use while earning money. On the contrary, it might be the program’s creators who will make money from your usage of Demoney. The ads it could display may promote particular services, products or help increase traffic to some web pages and for doing so, the tool's developers could receive advertising revenue from each user’s click. Yet it is not the main problem as the worst part is the application might display advertisements that are not reviewed. To be more precise, there is a chance clicking them could result in redirection to malicious web pages, e.g., scam sites trying to steal user’s sensitive data, web pages promoting similar threats or even malware, and so on.

How to erase Demoney?

If you decide there is no place for such questionable applications as Demoney on your browser, we can show you how to remove it from Google Chrome. Firstly, our researchers advise going to the Extensions menu and removing the irritating extension. Then to make sure it is fully deleted it might be a good idea to reset the browser. This is not the only way to eliminate the adware, so if you do not wish to erase it manually, you can employ a security tool and let it deal with the threat for you.

Delete Demoney from Google Chrome

  1. Open Google Chrome.
  2. Press ALT+F.
  3. Navigate to Settings.
  4. Tap More tools and go to Extensions.
  5. Locate Demoney.
  6. Click the recycle bin button available next to it.
  7. Choose Remove.

Reset the browser

  1. Press Alt+F.
  2. Choose Settings.
  3. Slide down and click Advanced.
  4. Scroll down again to tap Reset.
  5. Press the Reset button. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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