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Tlerauic

Tlerauic

If you noticed an application called Tlerauic installed, it means your computer might be used for click fraud; a type of fraud that takes place on the Internet in an online advertising model known as pay-per-click. Typically, the website’s owner who promotes such advertising gets paid for each click made by a unique visitor, but programs like Tlerauic can simulate such actions and make it look like the ad was reviewed by the user when in fact the click is made by the application. Under such circumstances, our researchers at Anti-spyware-101.com decided to classify the software as adware. If you do not want to allow this threat to continue using your computer for click fraud, we advise you to eliminate it without any hesitation. To guide you in this process we are adding instructions showing how to get rid of the adware at the end of the text. Read more »

Traff-1.ru

If you keep being redirected to suspicious pages promoting all kinds of deals, it is possible that Traff-1.ru is involved. This adware server could be set up to expose you to suspicious ads, surveys, installers, and other offers at specific time intervals. If that is the case, it is also possible that you will find a Task created in %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks. If this task exists, its name should reveal association with the adware server or the advertising-supported program that could be responsible for introducing you to ads hosted on the unreliable adware server. Since adware is likely to be concealed, it might be difficult for you to identify it right away. Do not worry about that. If you continue reading this report, you will learn how to recognize malicious infections, and, most important, remove them from your operating system. We have also created a guide that might help you delete Traff-1.ru adware. Read more »

Pro Flip Ads

Pro Flip Ads

Pro Flip Ads might not do any harm to the computer itself, but it's provided advertising content could lead you to dangerous web pages. Since the application does nothing else but shows various coupons, pop-ups, and other irritating advertisements our specialists at Anti-spyware-101.com decided to categorize it as adware. Such programs are often promoted as useful tools for anyone who wants to get best deals. Of course, the description never mentions that the application could show ads leading to potentially harmful web pages. If you do not want to put your computer at risk, you should not take any chances with Pro Flip Ads. For those who need any assistance with the adware’s removal, we recommend checking the deletion instructions placed below the text. Of course, if you want to learn more about this threat first, we encourage you to continue reading this report. Read more »

Enhance Pro

Enhance Pro

Enhance Pro might intrigue those users who are always hunting for the best deals online. If you shop online frequently, you know that there are all kinds of programs that offer discount codes and better price deals, or that can compare prices and let you know if you can purchase the same product for less on a different website. This is exactly how the app we are discussing should work as well, but Anti-Spyware-101.com malware researchers warn that this Google Chrome extension is not as reliable and beneficial as you might think. Whether you have installed it yourself, or it slipped in without your notice, we suggest deleting this application from your Chrome browser. Luckily, even inexperienced users should have no problem removing Enhance Pro. If you are only interested in that, scroll down to find instructions that can guide you to success. If you are not sure if that is what you want to do, and if you want to learn more before you make your decision, you should read this report. Read more »

GoaSave

If you happen to come across a program entitled GoaSave, make sure to avoid it at all costs as it exhibits only negative features. In fact, due to its devious functionality, our research team has classified this program as one more adware application, which will make surfing the web a much more annoying experience than you are used to. Keep this in mind since this devious program could be advertised in a questionable manner. Its developers could market this program as a useful tool that you should use to improve you your overall online experience. Unfortunately, the reality is quite different since in some cases this adware could be as dangerous as it is annoying since it might prove to be the main reason other suspicious programs could enter your computer without a lot of trouble. Make sure to remove GoaSave as soon as it is found fully active on your personal computer. Do so by using the instructions that we present below. Read more »

Notblocked.biz

Notblocked.biz

Notblocked.biz is a devious adware server, which is notorious for its unwanted online content. Users that see excessive amounts of ads or pop-ups powered by it must know that it signifies the fact that their operating system is infected with some dubious program that maintains connectivity to the server in question and so keeps the flow of unwanted content. It goes without saying such interruptions will make surfing the web a much more annoying and frustrating task, and that is not even the worst thing about all of this. Our research has revealed that content provided by Notblocked.biz could be quite dangerous as well since it could prove to be the primary reason devious programs might enter your operating system without major inconveniences. In this article, we provide further information regarding this suspicious adware server with instructions that will help you break the potentially malicious connectivity once and for all. Read more »

PubHotspot

PubHotspot

PubHotspot is a newly created adware application that may display questionable advertisements on the user’s Internet Explorer browser. According to our specialists at Anti-spyware-101.com the program was developed by the same company that brought us another adware known as BabyMegs. Just like the mentioned tool PubHotspot could also advertise unreliable third-party websites. These sites could try to collect your private information or might suggest you install more doubtful tools. Under such circumstances, it would be advisable to get rid of these ads before anything goes wrong. The only way to stop the adware from showing you such content is to remove it from the computer. There is nothing to worry if you do not know how to do this since the instructions below the text will guide you through the process. However, to learn more about the program, we urge you to read the article first. Read more »

Pagesnews.org

Pagesnews.org

If a new browser window opens up and redirects to Pagesnews.org, it is most likely that malware is present on your operating system. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com malware research team, users are most likely to be redirected to this page if a scheduled task is created in %WINDIR%\System32\Tasks. If that is the case, all you need to do is identify and remove this task. Is that complicated? It is not, but there are a few things that you should learn about this threat first to learn how it works. If you take the time to read our report, you might learn a few tricks that should help you prevent malware and unwanted threats from slithering into your operating system in the future. Also, if you have interacted with the content represented via this adware server, you have to take some steps to figure out if or not you have gotten yourself into trouble already. Learn all about this, as well as how to delete Pagesnews.org by reading the report. Read more »

Realtimeleads / Adsentinel

If you see random third-party ads labeled “Realtimeleads“ or any other popping up while you are browsing the web, Realtimeleads / Adsentinel may have slithered onto your system. In fact, this ad-supported application can remain hidden for a long while so you may not even notice the increased flow of third-party ads in your browsers. Our malware experts at Anti-Spyware-101.com say that this adware program may not even be operating anymore; yet, it used to be a serious threat and this is why we need to share what we have found out about it. This malware threat might harm your system security in a couple of ways, including displaying unsafe third-party ads, spying on you and sharing this information with remote servers as well as redirecting you to questionable websites. Furthermore, this adware may sneak onto your system in a malicious package containing other infections, too. If you want to make sure that you are using a safe computer, we recommend that you remove Realtimeleads / Adsentinel right now along with all related and unrelated infections. Read more »

Mommys Offers Ads

Mommys Offers Ads

When your system is infected with Mommys Offers Ads, it is quite apparent since whenever you are viewing online shopping-related websites, annoying third-party advertisements pop up labeled like “Ads by Mommys Offers,” “Ads powered by Mommys Offers,“ or some other variations. Since it is unlikely that you have knowingly installed this browser extension that only works in Google Chrome as of yet, it is possible that you have installed a free program lately that you downloaded from a questionable freeware page. If this could be true, you should know that there may be other malware infections on your system. Our malware specialists have categorized this threat as an adware application. It is essential that you understand that these ads displayed by this questionable tool are not only distracting but also can put your virtual security at risk, should you engage with them. Therefore, we advise you to make up your mind as soon as possible and remove Mommys Offers Ads from your system. Read more »