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Ads by Easy Current News Access

Posted: February 12, 2016

Threat Metric

Ranking: 11,671
Threat Level: 5/10
Infected PCs: 4,668
First Seen: November 30, 2015
Last Seen: September 28, 2023
OS(es) Affected: Windows

Easy Current News Access is an unreliable Web toolbar that may cause various issues to your browsers. The experts classify Easy Current News Access as adware because it may be associated with aggressive commercial materials. Some PC users may install Easy Current News Access from its official page expecting to receive quick access to multiple news sites. In other cases, this adware may evade the attention of the person because Easy Current News Access may be part of a software bundle. The users that skip details or perform the setup process via the 'Quick' menu may not understand in time that there are additional components alongside the main application. Fortunately, using the 'Advanced' menu for the installations of freeware should inform you properly about the bundled elements, so that you will be able to unmark their checkboxes manually. Once the installation is completed, Easy Current News Access may appear in all browsers that you have installed on the PC, including Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. You may notice a new homepage when you go online. This toolbar may suggest you use some suspicious provider to make you visit its partners. Easy Current News Access may cause significant irritation to the users by inserting intrusive pop-ups, banners, interstitial ads and in-text ads. They may be discount coupons or exclusive offers that may lead to e-commerce platforms with unverified legitimacy. Some pop-ups may be misleading or fraudulent. They may claim you are the lucky visitor to manipulate you to share your email address, which may, in turn, be used for marketing campaigns. Some of the sponsored links may be corrupt, meaning that they may send you to potentially suspicious sites. The adware also may hamper the performance of the browsers, so you should consider removing Easy Current News Access with a trustworthy security application.

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