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Web.longfintuna.net

Web.longfintuna.net

Web.longfintuna.net is an adware platform that is responsible for generating a mass of pop-up advertisements. It is very likely that Web.longfintuna.net has been installed on your computer without your permission, or you simply overlooked the fact that additional adware program has been installed, because such applications often come bundled with various other extensions and programs. This advertising service might seriously jeopardize your system security, so it is important to remove Web.longfintuna.net from your computer along with other potentially hazardous applications, in order to protect your computer and yourself from cyber criminal attacks. Read more »

Adware:Win32/EoRezo

Adware:Win32/EoRezo is a suspicious advertisement-supported application which is linked to the truly questionable eorezo.com. The website promotes eoNet, eoClock, eoDudoku and eoWeather, and these programs are meant to be attached to your Windows desktop. If your operating system is safeguarded by authentic malware detection and removal software, you will not be allowed to install these applications onto the computer because security tools recognize them as malicious. If you choose to install these apps onto the computer, soon enough you will discover that various irritating advertisements are popping up and disturbing the running of your browsers. If you have noticed this already, we recommend that you delete Adware:Win32/EoRezo from the computer as soon as possible. Read more »

Adware:Win32/Vonteera

Adware:Win32/Vonteera is a computer application which is installed as a browser  helper object and which embeds various advertisements onto the websites which are not likely to contain third-party advertisements. Adware:Win32/Vonteera works on Internet Explorer, where you can find it as a browser add-on, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox.  On the browsers, it is labeled as Vonteera Class, and it is advisable that you remove it from the browsers as soon as you can. The removal of Adware:Win32/Vonteera is not a complex procedure because the application can be installed using the Programs and Features section in Control Panel; however, the system still needs to be scanned after the removal of the adware program. Read more »

WajamUpdater.exe

WajamUpdater.exe is an auto-update file which belongs to the infamous Wajam plugin. Are you familiar with this browser plugin? Available from wajam.com the program acts as a social search engine, which accumulates information from the social networking sites that your friends are registered with. In order to discover this information your friends must utilize Wajam as well. All in all, the plugin is highly controversial and many Windows security experts state that this application is malicious. Some even indicate that the application breaches virtual security protocols and endangers the safety of its users. This is why many computer users wish to delete Wajam. Needless to say, this involves WajamUpdater.exe removal as well. Read more »

Adware:Win32/Kremiumad

Adware:Win32/Kremiumad is an adware application that is similar to various coupon plugins that display discount offers and other various pop-up ads whenever you browse the Internet. Unlike dangerous computer threats that enter your system stealthily, Adware:Win32/Kremiumad is known to have an installation entry in the list of installed programs of the Control Panel. It allows you to uninstall Adware:Win32/Kremiumad at ease, although manual removal does not guarantee that you will get rid of this application through and through. To be absolutely sure, you should run a full system scan with a reliable computer security application, and then invest in antimalware tool that will protect your PC from harm. Read more »

Sponsorship virus

Sponsorship virus is an adware program which can take over the operating Windows system after you install bundled software or fall for social engineering scams. The program does not have a visible interface and it shows up as an advertisement in new tabs and windows whenever you browse the web. It does not matter what browser you use, whether it be Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, because the only thing that matters to the developers of the adware is the security of your Windows system. If you have not installed any malware detection and removal software, any careless step when surfing the web could be used to infiltrate the dangerous program. So, do you have to remove Sponsorship virus? Is it dangerous? What would happen if you did not delete it from the PC? Continue reading to find answers to these questions. Read more »

Adware.browsefox

Adware.browsefox, also known as BrowseFox, is a browser add-on which works Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. If you are wondering whether it is one of the products of Mozilla, you should known that it is third-party application which can be downloaded from browsefox.com or alongside some free application. Adware.browsefox may be bundled with freeware, which implies that you should not hurry to install every single free program you download for its installer may offer you to install BrowseFox as an additional program. Read more »

ADWARE/bProtect.D

ADWARE/bProtect.D virus is a highly suspicious adware program which may support a number of unreliable browser plugins. Accordingly to Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, the potentially dangerous program usually travels bundled with Conduit programs. Some of the most recently analyzed programs from this group include Travelocity Toolbar, Midicair Toolbar and DVDVideoSoft Toolbar. Even though in most cases users are aware about the installed application, as it is represented during the installation of the software, in other cases it could access your browsers without your knowledge. Is this dangerous? You should be merciless to the programs, plugins and other tools which start manipulating your personal computer and Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer browsers without your knowledge. Needless to say, we recommend having ADWARE/bProtect.D virus deleted from the computer and browsers. Read more »

NTRedirect.dll

If you have discovered that your operating Windows system is being slowed down by NTRedirect.dll, you have to remove Babylon related software. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, this suspicious file is linked to Babylon Toolbar, Babylon Search and similar browser plugins. Have you installed these on your Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome or Internet Explorer browsers? Note that these applications can be distributed alongside freeware you install which means that they could exist without your consent. Without a doubt this is not something you should ignore, and so we strongly recommend that you examine the suspicious file and remove it if required. If you do not know how to remove NTRedirect.dll from the operating Windows system, we recommend that you read this report. Read more »

Adware:Win32/Addlyrics

Adware:Win32/Addlyrics is a irritating computer program which comes from the same group of spyware as FindLyrics Adware. Even though the program is supposed to provide you with lyrics search when watching YouTube videos, the main objective behind it is advertising. Anti-Spywre-101.com researchers have revealed that the application is supported through third-party advertisement which helps them generate profit. Whilst some advertisements are harmless and could even b used to acquire beneficial services, you should not click on any ads presented to you by the adware. Since the services of the program are money-driven, there is a possibility that some of the presented adverts are unreliable and possibly even controlled by cyber criminals. What would happen if you clicked on any corrupted ads? You could be routed to malicious websites, tricked into installing malware or spending money on worthless products. This is the main reason why we recommend having Adware:Win32/Addlyrics deleted. Read more »