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Adware.DealPly

If your Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers get infected by Adware.DealPly, you can expect tens of different pop-up ads bombarding your personal Windows system. According to Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers, the suspicious application is represented through the official web page dealply.com. Here you are introduced to an add-on which supposedly can enhance your online shopping experience. Do you want to utilize virtual coupons and receive random saving deals whilst you surf Amazon, eBay, BestBuy and similar shopping sites? We do not recommend trusting DealPly Technologies and their product to present you with reliable services. In fact, it would be best to delete Adware.DealPly from your operating Windows system. And how should you remove it from the PC? Read more »

Adware.PricePeep

Adware.PricePeep refers to a browser plug-in which is aimed at helping you improve your browsing experience. The application presents different coupons and the best deals which are said to help you save money. The add-on can be downloaded from pricepeep.net as well as downloaded alongside free programs. Those who think that this application has been installed without their approval may think that PricePeep is adware, which is why a lot of computer users refer to the add-on as Adware.PricePeep. Read more »

Adware.Crossid

Adware.Crossid is a computer infection classified as adware. It means that it collects information on your browsing habits, your web browser and your computer system, in order to generate a flow of commercial advertisements at you. You have to remove Adware.Crossid from your computer if you want to avoid malware-related problems. The thing is that this application can breach your privacy by collecting various data. Also, you can never be sure what kinds of links are embedded in the advertisements displayed by Adware.Crossid. Naturally, since this application does not have an interface it would be hard to determine the infection, but you are highly advised to perform regular system scans with a reliable antimalware program in order to avoid these kinds of infections. Read more »

Facebook Token Hijacker

Facebook Token Hijacker is a dangerous computer infection which attacks your PC through your Facebook account. If you see that your Facebook wall contains a post which has been posted using your own account and if you are sure that you have nothing to do with it, it is likely that Facebook Token Hijacker has gained control over your profile. The sooner you remove the threat, the better it is for the performance of your PC. Read more »

Boxore Adware

If you value your online privacy, you do not want to have Boxore adware running on your operating Windows system. The devious application is propagated via online movie streaming sites, which require you to install video codecs and secondary programs to watch chosen films. Of course, watching films for free in most cases is illegal and, therefore, may lead you to dangerous situations. It has also been discovered that the program travels with such suspicious tools as the Babylon Toolbar and PlayerPlus. Read more »

Savings Sidekick

Savings Sidekick

Savings Sidekick Ads is an adware application which is installed as browser extension providing you with various coupons and discounts. You may install this plug-in alongside other programs to whose installers this piece of adware is attached. Anti-Spyware-101.com team recommends that you remove Savings Sidekick Ads because this application can monitor your online actions and send the information collected to a third party, which is openly stated in its Privacy Policy: Read more »

Coupon Companion

Coupon Companion

Coupon Companion is very often classified as adware because of pop-up advertisement that are being generated as long as this application is present within the computer. This application controlled and operated by Coupon-Companion.com, which is one of the sources of the so-called browser plug-in. Even though Coupon Companion does not seem to be dangerous, Anti-Spyware-101.com team suggests that you remove or uninstall this add-on. Read more »

PornHub

It has been discovered that some computer users struggle with the removal of PornHub tracking cookie. This is a sign of potentially dangerous activity managed by schemers, which is why Anti-Spyware-101.com researchers recommend you read the following information and take appropriate measures to delete PornHub related infections. Note that malicious cookies are unrecorded by many popular security tools, meaning they may exist within your operating system even if it is protected by anti-spyware software. Read more »

Adware.Rival Gaming

Adware.Rival Gaming is an unwanted application whose presence is not appreciated by any computer users. Adware.Rival Gaming gets in the system as a browser plug-in for playing free games at rivalgaming.com. The very website from which this application can be downloaded is reported to be safe; however, the add-on causes a lot of worries to the majority of users. Are you one of those unlucky people who installed the RivalGaming software and now cannot remove it? If your answer is positive, keep on reading the report. Read more »

Pum.disabled.securitycenter

If you do not delete Pum.disabled.securitycenter from your operating Windows system, soon enough you could become a victim of financial scams. Additionally, your computer could become corrupted, exposing security vulnerabilities for other malicious programs to enter your PC. Do you know what a PUM is? Do you know how dangerous it could be? PUM is a potentially unwanted modification which indicates that a program could make unauthorized changes within your computer. Read more »