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AdBeaver

AdBeaver

Do not take any chances with an application known as AdBeaver since it is yet another ad-supported program. During our research, it has been found out that in quite a few cases this adware application is mostly able to gain access to a system of an unsuspecting user because its creators use deceiving marketing techniques. On its official website, this adware program is promoted as a tool that should present you with various discount offers, coupons, and promotional codes. It might sound like a great tool to run on your operating system, especially if you are a frequent online shopper. Unfortunately, this suspicious program will mostly interfere with your online activities since the web content that it presents you with is utterly worthless. In fact, this adware program will only cause disruptions every single time you decide to surf the web; thus making your overall online experience an annoying and frustrating one, to say the least. Make sure to read the rest of this report to find out more about the dubious functionality of AdBeaver. Below we also provide a detailed removal guide that will help you terminate this ad-supported program without encountering any major problems. Read more »

Trezaa

Trezaa

Trezaa is an adware application that displays suspicious pop-ups from third-party partners. If you have this program installed, you should try to avoid the ads because they might redirect you to potentially harmful websites. Also, these third-party websites might gather information related to you that could be private. Such data could be collected with different technologies and without your knowledge. If you want to prevent this from happening and get rid of the questionable ads too, you should delete the program from your computer. Erasing it is not that complicated, but if you need some help with the removal, feel free to use the provided instructions available below the article to guide you in this process. Read more »

Browseextended

Browseextended

Browseextended is a rather vague and useless program you should not keep on your computer. Although its name may suggest that it will extend your browsing experience and it even claims that you will “find enhanced content” by using this application, according to our malware researchers at anti-spyware-101.com, this is just another annoying adware program. Many users still do not seem to understand the underlying risks when it comes to ad-supported programs and third-party advertising. Unfortunately, these advertisements may be potentially unreliable and cause virtual security issues. Since it is quite likely that this threat has entered your computer along with other malware infections, we believe that there is no time to waste if you want to save your PC from the exposure to harmful content and even cyber criminals. We suggest that you should remove Browseextended as soon as possible. Let us tell you now in more detail what we have found out about this adware and how you can solve this security issue. Read more »

SecretCreditCard

SecretCreditCard

If you are trying to increase the score of your credit, you might be looking into programs, such as SecretCreditCard. Anti-Spyware-101.com analysts warn that this is an advertising-supported program, and even though it promises great things, it is most likely that all it can do is display ads. Once installed, it will display supposedly reliable and beneficial deals regarding your credit card; however, it will also employ Internet Explorer to display all kinds of ads that have nothing to do with the initial promises. Do you know why it is dangerous to trust programs capable of injecting third-party ads? If you do not, you will find a lot of useful information within this report. Of course, our main concern is to help you remove SecretCreditCard from your operating system. The instructions showing how to eliminate this adware are displayed below, but we encourage you to read this report first. Read more »

WowMovix

WowMovix

Even though WowMovix is available on the Chrome Web Store, it does not mean that the program should be trusted, and you should always do your own research before installing any software. Speaking about this particular application, you should be aware that it is a browser extension working only on Google Chrome. Also, it is categorized as adware because it shows various ads while searching the Internet. These ads are provided by a third party, so you could be redirected to their websites, and some of the sites might be untrustworthy or potentially dangerous to your system. However, you can delete the extension at any time and avoid such possible threats. The removal is not complicated, but it could be difficult for inexperienced users, so we will provide you with the instructions below the text. Read more »

Job Knows

Job Knows

Job Knows pretends to be a useful application that claims to enable you to find your “dream job”; however, our malware researchers have found that this is a new creation from the team who is responsible for identical questionable programs, such as BlingJobs, Flexible Family, and ChatClap. Our research team has categorized this desktop application as an adware program. Since it has the capability to introduce you to potentially questionable web content, we believe that your computer would be safer without this adware. What is even worse that if this unreliable application has infiltrated your system, it is quite likely that other malware programs have also come with it. That is why you should act now and remove Job Knows together with all other harmful programs. But let us tell you in more detail how this infection may pose a threat to your computer and what you can do to avoid it. Read more »

JungleGamer

JungleGamer

JungleGamer is an application that you could have installed while visiting the Premium section at junglegamer.com. The site offers lots of free games you can play without signing in, but the Premium section games are available only if you accept to receive third-party ads through the adware application. The program records your browsing habits and picks the ads that should be the most interesting for you. The bad news is that the ads could redirect you to unreliable third-party websites, and they might be harmful to your computer. In such cases, it is always advisable to remove the software and secure your computer, especially when there is not much use out of the program. Therefore, we will explain more about this adware, and if you decide to delete it, you could look at our suggested instructions below the text. Read more »

PocketRebates

PocketRebates

The PocketRebates official website provides the installer that might be bundled with browser hijackers, potentially unwanted programs (PUP), and other doubtful software. Our research team at Anti-Spyware-101.com tested the application and believes it should be considered adware because its primary goal is to display lots of pop-ups, sponsored links, and other kinds of ads. You may have noticed that some of the ads look rather suspicious, and it is possible that they could lead you to untrustworthy websites. For example, these sites could use various technologies to collect your private information and later use it for any purpose. Therefore, if you interact with the ads, it is possible that your privacy could be violated. No doubt that any user would like to avoid such situations, so it would be better to delete the software. If you do not know where to begin, you might want to check our step by step instructions, which will appear when you scroll down. Read more »

Weather Do

Weather Do

It is possible that you find Weather Do on your computer and you have no clue how this application has entered your system. Unfortunately, this program is totally useless and also potentially harmful with regard to your virtual security. Our malware researchers at anti-spyware-101.com have labeled it as an adware program due to its ability to display third-party advertisements and to promote websites. Having this adware on your computer can mean that there are several other malware threats as well that require your immediate attention. If you fail to act in time, before long you may lose control of your computer and your system may get littered by a number of infections. Since all the related malware programs may be able to expose you to questionable web content, there is only one solution we can offer: You should remove Weather Do and all other threats as well. Otherwise, you cannot call your computer secure again. Please continue reading our article so that you understand how this adware may present risks and how you can protect your system from similar threats. Read more »

iLotto

iLotto

iLotto is an advertising-supported application (adware) that users often install themselves from its official website ilotto.com. People usually do that because they expect to win 1 000 000 dollars. We do not know whether the creators of this application are really ready to transfer money to the winner; however, we are sure that many users will find iLotto really annoying, because this program shows all kinds of advertisements on a user's screen. These ads are definitely not innocent. Specialists at anti-spyware-101.com say that they might even expose users to threats by redirecting them to hacked web pages. If you do not want to be one of the victims, we suggest removing this adware program from the system. We are sure that there are other ways to participate in a lottery. Therefore, we will help the readers of this article to delete the program easily and quickly. Read more »