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Mezaa removal instructions

What is Mezaa?

Mezaa is a potentially unwanted application distributed using fake downloads and deceptive free software 'download clients'. The software commonly installs on Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) without users' consent. Developers of this browser extension claim that it saves time and money whilst shopping online and 'helps people to navigate to their favourite websites faster and protect them from malicious sites'. While this functionality may seem legitimate, be aware that Mezaa is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application, and therefore, you are advised not to use this browser add-on. After successful infiltration, this browser plug-in causes various unwanted ads including intrusive coupons, savings offers, in-text, pop-up, and other advertisements. Clicking these third party advertisements can result in privacy issues or installation of malware.

   

SpeedSave removal instructions

What is SpeedSave?

SpeedSave is a rogue browser extension claiming to save time and money by displaying special discounts and deals when users browse online shopping stores such as eBay, Amazon, Walmart, and many others. This add-on is compatible with the Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome browsers. Although this functionality may seem useful and legitimate, be aware that SpeedSave is often referred to as a virus or malware, since it employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of additional applications together with the chosen software) to install on Internet browsers without users' consent. Potentially unwanted applications such as SpeedSave are mostly distributed together with free software downloadable on freeware download websites. 

   

Coupon Addon removal instructions

What is Coupon Addon?

Coupon Addon is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. This browser extension claims to save time and money by displaying special deals and discounts when browsing shopping websites such as Amazon, Walmart, eBay, and so on. Although this functionality may seem legitimate and useful, Coupon Addon is frequently referred as a virus or malware. These negative associations are made due to a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' employed by Coupon Addon to install on Internet browsers without users' consent. Bundling allows developers to stealthily distribute their applications together with other software, and for this reason, most users inadvertently install Coupon Addon with other similar adware during download of free software from freeware download websites.

   

TinyWallet removal instructions

What is TinyWallet?

The TinyWallet browser add-on displays coupon and discount ads when users visit online shopping websites such as eBay, Amazon, Walmart, etc. The add-on is compatible with Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. Note that while the functionality of TinyWallet may seem legitimate, many Internet users refer to this browser add-on as a virus or malware. These negative associations are made since this browser extension installs on users' computers together with free software downloaded from the Internet. Furthermore, users often feel that it was installed without their consent. The source of unwilling installations such as these are free software download websites that use 'download clients' to monetize incoming web traffic.

   

Converter Free Online removal instructions

What is Converter Free Online?

The Converter Free Online browser plug-in was created by a company called D&V Limited. This browser extension is advertised as a useful plug-in allowing users to convert songs and videos into different formats. While this functionality may seem legitimate, computer users should be aware that Converter Free Online is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application. The plug-in infiltrates browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) without users' consent (when downloading or installing free software) and generates intrusive in-text and pop-up ads.

   

SmarterPower removal instructions

What is SmarterPower?

Created by SuperWeb LLC, SmarterPower is a rogue browser extension claiming to enhance users' Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and other functions. SmarterPower is compatible with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome and employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of additional programs together with the chosen software) to install on these browsers without users' consent. Although this functionality may seem legitimate and useful, be aware that SmarterPower is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Following successful infiltration, this rogue browser add-on generates numerous intrusive online advertisements and tracks users' Internet browsing activity.

   

SunrinseBrowse removal instructions

What is SunrinseBrowse?

Developed by SuperWeb LLC, SunriseBrowse is a rogue browser add-on claiming to improve the quality of users' Internet browsing experience by enabling comparison shopping, coupons, and other functions. Although this functionality may seem legitimate and useful, be aware that SunriseBrowse is considered to be adware or a potentially unwanted program (PUP) since it employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' (stealth installation of additional applications together with the chosen software) to install on Internet browsers without users' consent. Following successful infiltration on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, SunriseBrowse generates intrusive online advertisements and tracks users' Internet browser activity.

   

PalMall removal instructions

What is PalMall?

Created by Monkey Code Lab and published by Bundlore LTD, PalMall is a potentially unwanted application, which infiltrates Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome) through free software downloads and generates intrusive ads (marked as 'brought to you by PalMall'). This browser plug-in claims to save users' time and money while shopping online by displaying various coupons and deals. While this functionality may seem legitimate, the PalMall add-on is categorized as adware, since it infiltrates Internet browsers without users' consent and generates various intrusive third party ads. Computer users should be aware that clicking these ads can lead to serious malware infections. Furthermore, PalMall tracks users' Internet browsing activity by recording IP addresses, websites visited, operating systems, and browser information.

   

Optitroy removal instructions

What is optitroy?

Created by SuperWeb LLC, optitroy is a potentially unwanted program claiming to improve the quality of users' Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and other functions. Although this may seem a legitimate and useful browser extension, be aware that optitroy is categorized as adware. This particular variant employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' to install on Internet browsers without users' consent. Bundling allows developers to stealthily distribute their applications together with other software, and therefore, most users infect their computers with optitroy during download of free software from freeware download websites. Following stealth installation on Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome, optitroy tracks users' Internet browsing activity and generates intrusive online advertisements.

   

Krab Web removal instructions

What is Krab Web?

Created by SuperWeb LLC, Krab Web is a rogue browser plug-in claiming to enhance users' Internet browsing experience by enabling comparison shopping, coupons, and other similar functions. While this functionality may seem legitimate and useful, be aware that this plug-in is considered to be a potentially unwanted program (PUP) or adware. The developers of this PUP employ a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' to install Krab Web on Internet Browsers without users' permission. Bundling is a way to stealthily distribute applications together with other software, and for this reason, users often install Krab Web inadvertently when downloading free software from freeware download websites. Following successful infiltration on Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox), Krab Web generates intrusive online advertisements and tracks users' Internet browsing activity.

   

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