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OkayFreedom removal instructions

What is OkayFreedom?

OkayFreedom (developed by Staganos Software GmbH) is a bogus application presented as a legitimate tool providing user with VPN service. At initial inspection, this rogue app may look appropriate and handy, nevertheless, it is actually categorized as an adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). One of the reasons for such negative associations is a delusive software marketing method called 'bundling', which is used to distribute OkayFreedom. Bundling is an undercover installation of third party apps along with the regular ones, therefore, users often install this PUP during the download of free software from freeware download websites. After infiltrating Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) without users' consent, OkayFreedom starts generating intrusive online advertisements. It is important to know that displayed ads might redirect to bogus websites containing infectious content, therefore, clicking on any of them may result in high-risk adware or malware infections.

   
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ShoppinGate removal instructions

What is ShoppinGate?

ShoppinGate is an adware type browser extension claiming to save users' time and money by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and displaying special deals/discounts available on the online shopping websites. Although some users may find this functionality appropriate and useful, it is important to know that ShoppinGate is actually considered as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). A deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (undercover installation of third party applications along with the regular ones) used to distribute ShoppinGate, is one of the main reasons for these negative associations. After infiltrating the Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers, this rogue application starts generating various types of obtrusive online advertisement, including coupons, banners, and pop-up ads. The problem is that displayed advertisements often redirect to bogus websites, and therefore, expose your computer to infection.

   
Coupons Vault Adware

Coupons Vault removal instructions

What is Coupons Vault?

Coupons Vault is an adware type browser extension pledging to help user save time and money by enabling features like the display of coupons as well as special deals/discounts available on the online stores. At first, such functionality may look legitimate and handy, nevertheless, it is actually categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP). The developers of this rogue application use a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' to install Coupons Vault on users' Internet browsers without asking for a permission. Bundling is a secret installation of additional programs along with the regular ones, therefore, users commonly install this adware along with the free software downloadable on freeware download websites. After infiltrating Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, Coupons Vault starts generating intrusive online advertisements as well as tracking Internet browsing activity.

   
Web Security Keeper Adware

Web Security Keeper removal instructions

What is Web Security Keeper?

Web Security Keeper is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) claiming to protect user from various infections while surfing the Internet. At first glance, vast majority of users might find this functionality legitimate and very useful, nevertheless, it is actually categorized as an adware. These negative associations are made due to a delusive software marketing method called 'bundling', which is used to distribute Web Security Keeper. Bundling is a way to secretly distribute third party applications along with the regular ones, therefore, vast majority of users install this bogus app when downloading free software from freeware download websites. After infiltrating Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox), Web Security Keeper starts generating intrusive online advertisements, such as banner, pop-up, in-text, and other similar ads. It is important to know that generated advertisements might redirect to dubious websites containing infectious content, therefore, by clicking them you expose your computer to infection.

   
Knowledge Gains Adware

Knowledge Gains removal instructions

What is Knowledge Gains?

Knowledge Gains is a dubious browser plug-in created by SuperWeb LLC. It pledges to improve the quality of users' Internet browsing by enabling features like coupons or comparison shopping. On initial inspection, such browser extension may look legitimate and handy, however, it is actually categorized as an adware or either a potentially unwanted program (PUP). These associations are made due to a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' - a stealth installation of third party applications along with the regular ones. After infiltrating Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers without users' consent, Knowledge Gains starts generating various types of intrusive online advertisements, including search, pop-up, interstitial, banner, coupon, transitional, and full-page ads. The problem is that some of generated ads may redirect to dubious websites, and therefore, expose your computer to adware or malware.

   
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Newer Version removal instructions

What is Newer Version?

Developed by SuperWeb LLC, Newer Version is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) promising to improve the quality of users' Internet browsing by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and other similar features. On initial inspection, some may find this browser add-on legitimate and handy, however, it is actually categorized as an adware. One of the main reasons for these associations is a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling', a secret installation of additional programs along with the chosen ones, which is used to install Newer Version on Internet browsers without users' assent. After infiltrating Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox, Newer Version starts generating various types of intrusive online advertisements, such as, search, interstitial, transitional, pop-up, banner, and full-page ads. It is important to know that clicking on any of the advertisement generated by Newer Version you expose your computer to infection, since these ads often redirect to bogus websites containing infectious content.

   
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Package Return removal instructions

What is Package Return?

Package Return, a rogue browser add-on developed by SuperWeb LLC company, claims to enhance user's Internet browsing experience by enabling features like comparison shopping or coupons. Whilst such functionality may appear legitimate and handy, this browser extension is actually considered as an adware. The developers of Package Return employ a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (secret installation of third party apps along with regular ones) to install this rogue plug-in on Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) without asking for users' permission. After Package Return successfully infiltrates the browsers, it starts generating advertisements like coupons, banners, pop-ups, search, interstitial, transitional, and full-page ads. Be aware that advertisements generated by this rogue add-on often redirect to bogus websites containing infectious content, and thus, expose your computer to infection.

   
Bestadblocker adware

Bestadblocker removal instructions

What is bestadblocker?

The bestadblocker application claim to block the intrusive online advertisements when browsing the Internet, and even though it may seem legitimate at first, it is actually considered as an adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). This rogue application is distributed by using a delusive software marketing method called 'bundling' - an undercover installation of third party applications along with the regular ones. After infiltrating Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers, bestadblocker starts generating intrusive online advertisements (banner, pop-up, etc.) which often redirect to dubious websites, and therefore, expose your computer to infection.

   
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SmartWallet removal instructions

What is SmartWallet?

SmartWallet is a browser extension promising to help user save time and money by enabling coupons and comparison shopping, as well as displaying special deals/discounts available on the online shopping websites. Although some users may find this functionality appropriate and handy at first, it is actually considered as an adware or a potentially unwanted program. The main reason for these negative associations is a deceitful software marketing method called 'bundling' - an undercover installation of additional programs along with regular ones. By using this method SmartWallet installs on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers without users' permission, and starts displaying intrusive online advertisements like coupons, sponsored messages, photographs as well as other display advertisements. It is important to know that some of those advertisements may redirect to dubious websites containing infectious content, and therefore, your computer might become infected.

   
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GoodDeals removal instructions

What is GoodDeals?

GoodDeals is presented as a great tool to save money and time while shopping online, since this browser extension claims to display coupons and special deals/discounts available on the online stores. A regular user may find this legitimate and handy, nevertheless, it is important to know that this plug-in is actually categorized as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) or either an adware. GoodDeals employ a delusive software marketing method called 'bundling' (undercover installation of third party applications along with the chosen software) to install on Internet browsers without users' consent. Once Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox browsers are successfully infiltrated, GoodDeals starts acting similarly to any other adware type application - displaying ads and tracking Internet browsing activity.

   

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