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SysWeatherAlert

SysWeatherAlert

SysWeatherAlert is an application that should allow users to check the weather forecast easily. Even though it claims to be the “best online channel for weather” and “Great way to get weather updates,” we suggest that you do not download it and install it on your PC. We do not recommend doing that because you will, first of all, notice that this application does not do anything at all and, secondly, you will put your system into danger. Yes, there is a big chance that users who keep SysWeatherAlert installed on their systems will allow malicious software to sneak onto their computers too. Only those users who delete this program could be sure that their systems are safe. Keep in mind that it is not a good solution to let this program stay because it will perform activities behind your back even though it does not work as it promises and you will not open it. Read more »

ZipArcade

ZipArcade

ZipArcade is a browser extension for Internet Explorer that belongs to a company under the same name. Our researchers have deemed it as adware and recommend that you remove it because it is apt to display various advertisements and install other software. We want to stress that its promotions can be of questionable legitimacy, so we do not recommend that you keep it because it may get your computer infected with more malware. Also, this adware is most likely being distributed in a dishonest manner using software bundling so that you could get it unintentionally. Read more »

Book Forth

Book Forth

It may be disappointing, but Book Forth is an adware application, and its primary intention is to display pop-ups with ads. Some users might think that the application would provide a huge database of e-books. Unfortunately, it works in a rather different manner as it simply redirects users to a website with books available online, but you can actually load the same site on your browser too. Apparently, those who created the application have only one goal, and that is to make money from your clicks. The adware shows a lot of third-party ads that redirect to their original web pages and help increase their traffic. In return, the application’s originators receive payment for each click. Although you participate in this, you get only annoying pop-ups that might redirect you to harmful websites with malware. If you no longer wish to risk your computer's security, you should delete the adware immediately. A removal guide and other details about the application are available further in the article. Read more »

FreebieCo

FreebieCo

FreebieCo is a useless program that should be erased from the system immediately after you detect it. We know that some users might decide to keep it installed because it opens freebie websites from time to time too. Of course, it is definitely not the reason to keep FreebieCo installed because this program might also cause redirections to unreliable web pages as well. It has been observed that it might load rewardsclubonline.net and other web pages. In addition, it will also show various offers, coupons, and surveys for you. Yes, it is classified as an adware program not without a reason. As you probably already know, FreebieCo is quite an annoying application; however, we recommend getting rid of it not because of that. Specialists at anti-spyware-101.com have observed that FreebieCo might cause harm to the computer very quickly instead of opening websites offering to order interesting free samples. Read more »

BabyBrowse

BabyBrowse

Adware infections are on the rise again with programs such as BabyBrowse taking front and center. Even though this application is not an immediate threat, you should remove it regardless because if you do not, then you will leave your computer vulnerable to other more serious infections. Our researchers have discovered that this particular application is set to promote baby and parenting-related websites that feature content which seems to be legitimate at the moment, but looking back at how BabyBrowse’s clones worked in the past, we believe that this particular application may compromise your PC’s security. Therefore, because this program’s reputation as dangerous has yet to be properly established, we will not only show you how to delete this adware but provide you with information about how it work and where it comes from. Read more »

TipMediaPlayer

TipMediaPlayer is an adware application that tries to make users think it can provide them with a list of useful functions and services. Unfortunately, the program is more of a nuisance than an actual service provider. It is associated with multiple adware apps and potentially unwanted programs that could lead to a system downfall. You are strongly encouraged to remove TipMediaPlayer from your computer as soon as possible. While you are at it, it would also be a good idea to terminate other unwanted applications. For that, you can scan your computer with a licensed antispyware tool and delete them automatically. Read more »

Celeb Wham

Celeb Wham

Celeb Wham is an application that users tend to download and install on their systems willingly. In most cases, they do that because they want to test their knowledge and take various quizzes about celebrities, shows, movies, etc. Of course, not all the users download and install this application themselves – it is capable of sneaking onto computers without permission as well. Actually, it is not the most important thing whether this program has sneaked onto your computer without permission or you have downloaded it yourself because we still suggest removing Celeb Wham from the system. Believe us; there are other more reliable programs on the web, and you should use them instead of Celeb Wham. You can find various quizzes on the web too. In other words, you do not need to have Celeb Wham installed to be able to access online quizzes. Read more »

EasyHotspot

EasyHotspot

If you want to share your internet connection through your computer, we do not recommend that you use EasyHotspot. This is actually not the first desktop application that has emerged lately offering Internet sharing capability. However, our malware specialists at anti-spyware-101.com have classified it as an ad-supported program due to its ability to show third-party advertisements. As a matter of fact, this adware’s abilities stop right there. It seems that this program cannot actually make a WiFi hotspot out of your computer, but, instead, it may disrupt you with annoying advertisements. Unfortunately, these ads can be risky to click on as even cyber criminals can pose as third parties and can trick you with their commercials. You should delete EasyHotspot if you do not want to find out what might happen if you click on a corrupt ad. Read more »

MyDownloadManager

MyDownloadManager

MyDownloadManager is a piece of software that is available for download on its official website mydownloadmanager.com and the official Chrome Web Store. On top of that, it is very likely that users can download it from other sources as well. As MyDownloadManager is promoted on several different websites, it is not surprising at all that it is quite popular. At the time of writing, there are 27 956 users in total who have downloaded, installed, and use MyDownloadManager. Of course, this number is higher because users can download this software from other websites, and we are sure that it might even sneak onto computers with the help of other applications. In fact, it is not a very rational decision to keep this application installed even though it claims that it will enable users to manage their downloads and search the web easily. There is one main reason why specialists do not trust MyDownloadManager – it is known to be a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Such programs are not very dangerous; however, they might still perform undesirable activities. We will tell you more about this software in this report. You will also know how to get rid of it after reading through this article. Read more »

Underground Coupon

Underground Coupon

Underground Coupon is an adware-type program that you should avoid getting on your computer, but if you do, then you ought to remove it. This application is configured to load various promoted websites, and we believe that some of them are unreliable and may get your computer infected with malware. Also, some websites may try to extract personal information from you or claim that you have won a prize and redirect to scam sites. Please continue reading to find out more about this adware. Read more »