Ads by Browser Nail


What is Browser Nail?

Browser Nail is a rogue Browser extension developed by SuperWeb LLC. It claims to improve the user’s Internet browsing experience by allowing coupons, comparison shopping and other similar functions. While this feature seems legitimate and useful, Internet users should be aware that Browser Nail is actually classified as an adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). These associations are made due to a deceptive software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ (the secret installation of additional programs along with the selected software) which Browser Nail uses to infiltrate a user’s Internet Browser s without one’s consent. After successfully infiltrate in the Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, Browser Nail begins to produce intrusive online ads and track users Internet browsing activities.

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Window Results Ads


What is Window Results?

Created by SuperWeb LLC. , Window Results is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) claiming to improve the quality of the user Internet browsing through coupons, comparison shopping and other features. Although this feature seems suitable and convenient, Internet users should be aware that it is actually classified as an adware. The developers of this rogue application employs a deceptive software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ (secret installation of additional programs along with the selected software) to install Window Results on the user’s Internet browsers. Following successful penetration on the Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, Window Results starts producing many types of intrusive online advertising, such as banner, interstitial, transitional, search, pop-up and full-page ads. It is highly credible that clicking on any of the ads generated by this PUP will lead to high-risk adware or malware infections.

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Windows AntiBreach Module


What is Windows AntiBreach Module?

Windows AntiBreach Module is a fake anti-virus program, which generates fake security warning messages in order to trick unsuspecting PC users into buying a useless license key. Cyber criminals responsible for creating this scam using fake online security scanners and ‘ exploit kits ‘ to multiply this fake software. Fake online security scanners are pop-up ads that mimic computer scan and report ‘ critical security issues ‘-these problems can probably be eliminated by downloading and installation Windows AntiBreach Module. Exploit kits are malware infections, which rely on obsolete software to infiltrate the operating system. After successful penetration, this rogue antivirus program changes the operating system registry files and configure itself to run automatically on every system Start-up.

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Ads by Click Caption


What is Click Caption?

Click Caption is a potentially unwanted program developed by a Delaware LLC. It promises to enable a feature allowing users to use Internet search directly from the page without leaving it. Even while such features may seem legitimate and useful, Internet users should be informed that it is actually classified as an adware. Click Caption employs a deceptive software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ (stealth installation of additional programs along with the selected software) to infiltrate a user’s Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) without asking for permission. Following successful installation, Click Caption starts producing many types of intrusive online ads, including banner, pop-up, in-text and search ads. Despite that Click Caption is not a virus, nor a malware, it is highly plausible that Click ing on the ads generated this adware will cause more high-risk adware/malware infections and computer security issues.

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Ads by BetterBrain


What is BetterBrain?

Created by Delaware LLC, BetterBrain is a rogue browser plug-in which claims to enable a feature allowing the user to use different search engines and other functions without leaving the page. On initial inspection, these features may seem appropriate and convenient, yet Internet users should know that BetterBrain is actually considered to be adware or a potentially unwanted program. Forenamed associations are made due to a misleading software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ (the secret installation of additional programs along with the selected software) that BetterBrain uses to install on the user’s Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) without one’s consent. After successfully infiltrated in these browsers, BetterBrain adware starts to deliver intrusive online ads and track users Internet browsing activities. Types of advertising generated by this PUP includes (but is not limited to) in-text links, banner, search and pop-up ads while browsing the Internet. Beware that although BetterBrain itself is not a virus or malware, you click on the ads generated by this rogue application could lead to further high-risk adware or malware infections.

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ShowPass Smartbar


What is ShowPass Smartbar?

Created by a company called ReSoft Ltd, the ShowPass Smartbar browser add-in is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. This browser plug-in claims to improve users ‘ Internet browsing experience by allowing convenient Internet searches and allows quick social media access. While such added features may seem legitimate, this browser plug-in adds no real value for computer users. In fact, the ShowPass Smartbar is a potentially unwanted application, because it penetrates Internet browsers use a deceptive software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘.

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Undeaddies Toolbar

What is Undeaddies?

Developed by Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. , Undeaddies promises to enable user raise a virtual zombie pet, zombify pictures and other similar functions. Whilst this feature seems legitimate and useful, Internet users should be aware that Undeaddies is actually classified as a redirect virus or a browser hijacker. It employs a deceptive software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ to install on the user’s Internet browser without asking for permission. Bundling is a way to covertly distribute applications along with other software, and therefore, most users unwittingly install Undeaddies when you download free software from the free software download sites.

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SnapMyScreen Toolbar

What is SnapMyScreen?

SnapMyScreen is a rogue application created by Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. It claims to let users take screenshots directly from your Internet browser. While these features may seem legitimate and useful, Internet users should be informed that SnapMyScreen is actually classified as a redirect virus or a browser hijacker. The developers of this rogue browser extension using a deceptive software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ to install SnapMyScreen on users Internet browser without their consent. Bundling allows developers to covertly distribute their applications along with other software, and therefore, most users install SnapMyScreen during the download of free software of freeware download sites.

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TotalDatingGuide Toolbar

What is TotalDatingGuide?

TotalDatingGuide is a rogue browser toolbar created by Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. It claims to help users find dates, provide with dating advice and other similar features. It may seem like an appropriate and useful browser extension, yet Internet users should be informed that it is actually classified as a browser hijacker or a redirect virus. These associations are made due to a deceptive software marketing method used by the developers of TotalDatingGuide to install it on the user’s Internet browser without asking for permission. Bundling is a way to distribute applications along with other software, therefore, most users unwittingly install TotalDatingGuide when you download free software from freeware download sites.

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RingtoneFanatic Toolbar

What is RingtoneFanatic?

Developed by Mindspark Interactive Network Inc. , RingtoneFanatic promises to provide users with a feature allowing to download and create their own ringtones. On initial inspection, these features may seem appropriate and useful, however, Internet users should be informed that RingtoneFanatic is actually considered to be a browser hijacker or a redirect virus. The developers of this rogue browser plug-in use misleading software marketing method called ‘ bundling ‘ to install RingtoneFanatic on the user’s Internet browsers without one’s consent. Bundling is a way to covertly distribute applications along with the other software, thus, the overwhelming majority of users accidentally install RingtoneFanatic during the download of free software of freeware download sites.

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