Posted: October 27, 2014 | Category: Adware
Give4sure is an adware-supported application created and designed by Crossrider Advanced Technologies Ltd. According to distinguished anti-malware and anti-virus software detections, Give4sure adds a Browser Helper Object (BHO) using a primary executable file named give4sure-bho.dll. Reputable anti-virus and anti-malware programs have detected malware in Give4sure; typically adware such as Give4sure is distributed using bundling methods that utilize a marketing strategy named pay-per-install. Give4sure may inject advertisements that are in no way related to the webpage you are viewing, and...

PUP.System Support

Posted: October 27, 2014 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
PUP.System Support is adware and a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). Once the System Support extension is attached to your main browser, it might install additional plugins, change your default search engine and homepage. The switch of the default search engine leads to manipulated search results and many redirects to unwanted websites. PUP.System Support also causes browsers generate tons of advertisements like pop-ups, banners, offers and discounts. Advertisements displayed by PUP.System Support are created based on users' preferences and browsing habits, as adware collects such data...


Posted: October 27, 2014 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
Win32.LocalInfect.2 is a heuristic detection for threatening software, and sometimes may be tied to viruses or Potentially Unwanted Programs. Win32.LocalInfect.2 may apply to many types of legitimately threatening software, but Win32.LocalInfect.2 also may be a common detection for false positives, AKA, incorrect threat detections that implicate safe files. If you've any uncertainty about the authenticity of a Win32.LocalInfect.2 warning, use updated anti-malware tools to confirm or debunk the potential threat detection, and, then, remove Win32.LocalInfect.2. A Localized Threat that may...


Posted: October 27, 2014 | Category: Trojans
MBR:Cidox-E is a rootkit belonging to a family associated with both ransomware (such as file-encrypting Trojans) and Web browser-based attacks. While the Cidox family has been identifiable for years, MBR:Cidox-E's latest attacks were recent as of this month, and out-of-date anti-malware tools may be unable to identify MBR:Cidox-E or all of its components. Because of their highly invasive nature, you shouldn't underestimate the possible damage of MBR:Cidox-E's attacks. However, modern anti-malware solutions should be fully capable of deleting MBR:Cidox-E, which may be related to the...

SmartOnes Ads

Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Adware
SmartOnes is detected as an adware-related application that is distributed through other free software using bundling marketing techniques. The application itself is not a virus but has the symptoms of adware. SmartOnes might flood your browsers with advertisements that will annoy you and might not let your browser function properly. As an ad-supported application, SmartOnes may track your browsing habits and history for the purpose of collecting information and then present it to third-parties. The collection of data is done so that advertisements displayed are relevant to users'...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Adware
Coupon2Mac is an ad-supported browser extension, add-on or plugin that is created to make your online shopping easier and better. In reality, this adware may cause your system to run significantly worse, and you may notice quite a few changes. For example, browsers might start crashing while homepage and search engine are changed. Coupon2Mac may also generate plenty of advertisements under the shape of banners, discounts, coupons and pop-ups that can be disruptive for your browsing. What is more, Coupon2Mac may manipulate your searches so that you get redirected to webpages in order to...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Trojans
Exploit.JS.Blacole.DK is detected and treated as a trojan by reputable anti-malware software. It is also possible that you may find this trojan under the name Exploit:JS/Dotcaf.A. Trojans such as Exploit.JS.Blacole.DK are created with the intention of making profits. Exploit.JS.Blacole.DK may also attract adware-supported or potentially unwanted applications to your system after being installed, so it is advised that users remain cautious. Typically, Exploit.JS.Blacole.DK runs itself as a background process and exhibits adware-related symptoms like advertisements display and severely weaker...

Auto Cinema Ads

Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Adware
Auto Cinema is detected as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) by various anti-virus and anti-malware software. Such applications are commonly adware-related, and you may acquire them in several ways as developers are getting more and more creative. It is highly likely that Auto Cinema infiltrated your system through a bundling marketing method. This is why, computer threat analysts advise users to be cautious when they download free content and check the EULA (End User License Agreement) carefully. Such adware-related applications may change your initially set search engine and homepage...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
GoPCPro is regarded as a software designed to make your computer run faster by cleaning it and enhancing your privacy. When downloaded and installed on your computer, GoPCPro creates a startup registrations point in the operation system so that it can automatically run on boot. The executable file is named gopcpro.exe, and you can find about fifteen files in the setup package. By default, this application is set to check for software updates and to apply them itself. According to performed research, most of the users affected by this software are coming from the United States, running...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs)
ShopMoreApp is an extension, add-on and plugin. Users install extensions like ShopMoreApp with the purpose of a better online shopping experience in terms of time and money. ShopMoreApp is an application that attaches itself to users' main browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. After being installed, ShopMoreApp starts making changes to the system and some Internet settings are changed as well. In time, users notice that their browsers' start page is now different, and another search engine is set as default. Users also notice that there is a heap of commercial...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Adware
YourAdExchange is a part of analytics.youradexchange(dot)com. This domain name and all its variations are the results of an adware-related program that is installed on users' machines. You will notice that YourAdExchange is being displayed more often, and in general, it is with an error page on the side. YourAdExchange is also a platform that used to promote commercial advertisements, so do not be surprised when a bunch of pop-ups, banners, discounts or others flood your web browser. Adware-supported applications such as YourAdExchange are typically distributed when users download fake...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
FunData is considered a Potentially Unwanted Program that has an adware-related behavior. Ad-supported applications can be annoying as they cause your main browsers to crash more and more often. Users may also notice that FunData might generate tons of commercial advertisements, when clicked on they redirect you to undesired websites; thus, generating online traffic and profits. Programs like FunData have several ways of infiltrating your computer, but the most common is the method of bundling. It has become a common practice to use bundling in order to spread adware, so computer threat...


Posted: October 24, 2014 | Category: Adware | Threat Level: 2/10
FunAcce is detected as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) by several anti-virus and anti-malware programs. There are various ways for users to acquire such adware-related application, still the most common way is through a bundling marketing technique. The methods of bundling are quite simple and work just right when it comes to adware infiltrating computer systems. FunAcce adware may compromise your browsers by installing additional extensions that are ad-supported. FunAcce might cause your browser to switch to another search engine and use a different homepage while in the meantime...

Veba Search

Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers
Veba Search is part of a browser hijacker that is potent enough to manipulate your web browser. Its functionality includes changing your homepage, search settings, and you might find yourself redirected to potentially harmful websites. A browser hijacker might appear as a toolbar, add-on or a browser helper. The continuous use of Veba Search may expose you to cyber attacks. You should think twice whether to keep it or not.


Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Adware
CouponBuilder is an advertising add-on for your browser that justifies its advertisements by promoting them as coupons for discounted online purchases. Since CouponBuilder's advertisements may cause poor loading times or other quality of life issues, along with possible lapses in browser security, malware researchers have categorized this adware as a Potentially Unwanted Program. Using specialized anti-adware tools for uninstalling CouponBuilder (and any other adware) will optimize your chances of removing any unwanted changes CouponBuilder has made to your Web browser. Building Bridges...


Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Adware
HQCinema is adware that may affect all major trends in the web browsing business. Despite its name and advertised functionality, the only thing HQCinema does is displaying ads, discount offers, coupon windows and suggestions to download other software. HQCinema pop-ups may result in installations of potentially unwanted software. If you want to avoid this possibility, you should use a trusted software solution.

Radio Canyon Ads

Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Adware
Radio Canyon advertisements are adware based on the CrossRider platform. Like other implementations of CrossRider, Radio Canyon advertisements may subvert your browser's settings to load advertisements for the purposes of its personal monetization, and may also hijack your browser to force it to load affiliated sites. Since malware researchers have observed poor business and safety standards behavior from CrossRider products, uninstalling Radio Canyon advertisements with any needed anti-malware products should be considered the safest choice for most PCs. Falling into a Canyon of...

Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Adware
If a window pops up showing the domain, you may be infected with adware or a Potentially Unwanted Program. is an ad-supported platform with the goal to deliver advertisements such as pop-ups ads, underlined keywords, inline-text advertisements and banners. Adware and other similar threats may lead you to mischievous websites like Adware usually comes bundled with freeware that provide some features to the PC user. Often, PC users are oblivious of the 'ad-supported' nature of such freeware. When installing freeware and are...

Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Adware is a consequence of adware distribution. Users may get pop-ups while using common web-browsers and may find it hard to get rid of them. Furthermore, adware can access and collect information like browsing history and habits so that the generated ads are relevant to users' preferences. This type of adware-supported applications is often distributed via bundling marketing methods. Bundled downloading may be useful, unfortunately, in most cases, bundling may bring unwanted applications that have adware symptoms.

Posted: October 23, 2014 | Category: Browser Hijackers | Threat Level: 5/10 is a domain as associated with threats like browser hijackers. Once infected with a browser hijacker, it is highly likely that Search becomes the default search engine and homepage of your browser. The most common way to acquire a browser hijacker on your machine is by downloading free software; the main reason as to why some apps are considered Potentially Unwanted Programs is because they may be undesirable due to their features falling short of what is needed to be considered useful and perform unwanted acts.. Browser hijackers can...
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