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What is ViperOut?

Developed by SuperWeb LLC, ViperOut is a potentially unwanted browser extension claiming to improve users' Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and adding other useful functionality. While ViperOut may seem a legitimate plugin, Internet users should be aware that it is categorized as a potentially unwanted application or adware.

ViperOut employs a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' to install on browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) without users' permission.

Following successful infiltration, SuperWeb LLC tracks users' Internet browsing activity by recording various software and hardware information such as URLs visited, search queries entered, pages viewed, unique identifier numbers, IP addresses, and other similar information.

Furthermore, it generates intrusive online advertisements, including interstitial, transitional, search, banner, text-link, and full page ads.

   
Lietuvos Kriminalinės Policijos Biuras Virus

What is Lietuvos Kriminalines Policijos Biuras?

The Lietuvos Kriminalines Policijos Biuras virus is a ransomware infection, which exploits the name of "Lietuvos Kriminalines Policijos Biuras" and "Policijos departamentas prie Vidaus reikalų ministerijos".

This virus locks computer screens and demands payment of a 300 LT fine (using PaySafeCard vouchers, which can be purchased through Perlo Paslaugos terminals) for alleged law violations such as watching and distributing child pornography. In fact, this message is not related to any authorities from Lithuania, it is a scam created by cyber criminals.

This screen-locking message is the result of a security infection and should not be trusted. PC users should understand that paying the fine is equivalent to sending their money to cyber criminals.

Commonly, this fake message is proliferated using 'exploit kits', which infiltrate users' operating systems via security vulnerabilities detected within outdated software such as Java, Flash, etc.

   
FLV Toolbar

What is FLV?

Flv.com is a popular download website offering a wide range of freeware related to FLV file conversion, download, etc. On initial inspection, this website appears legitimate, however, the developers use deceptive methods to monetize incoming web traffic. Internet users who download free software from this website are obliged to use a 'download client'.

During the installation process, computer users are offered downloads of various adware and unwanted applications such as Slick Savings, Domain Error, Amazon Assistant, etc. One of these offers is for the FLV toolbar.

   
iRobinHood Ads

What is iRobinHood?

The iRobinHood program claims to help raise money for charities. This software runs in the background whilst users surf the Internet, providing the ability to track the amount of money raised.

While such functionality may seem legitimate, computer users should be aware that iRobinHood is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application since it displays coupon ads on various online shopping websites.

Many computer users report that this browser plug-in was installed on their Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) without their consent, and furthermore, many experience unwanted coupon ads and diminished browser performance.

The developers of iRobinhood plugin employ a deceptive software marketing method called 'bundling' for distribution.

   
FreeSOFTtoday virus

What is FreeSOFTtoday?

FreeSOFTtoday is a program created by company named agence-exclusive, it promises find and display free (or at discounted price) software for it's users. While such functionality may seem legitimate, computer users should know that this program is categorized as adware or a potentially unwanted application.

Developers of this program are using a deceptive software marketing method called bundling thus, most of computer users install this program without their consent. After successful infiltration this software generates various intrusive third party ads; for example, banners, pop-ups, coupon and in-text advertisements.

   
Zombie Alert Virus

What is Zombie Alert?

Zombie Alert is a potentially unwanted application developed by Creative Island Media LLC. It's is an application that promises to warn Internet users of an impending zombie invasions. This program scours the web for additional news and other content to determine the risk of a zombie invasion; however, it installs without user's consent and causes various intrusive ads.

Most commonly computer users install this plugin with free software downloaded from the Internet. Developers of this browser extension are using a deceptive software marketing method called bundling.

After successful installation Zombie Alert app tracks user's Internet browsing by recording IP address, unique identifier number, operating system, browser, and other software information, web page URLs visited, and search queries entered.

   
Web Flipper Virus

What is Web Flipper?

Web Flipper is a potentially unwanted application developed by SuperWeb LLC. It pledges to improve the quality of user's Internet browsing by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and adding other useful features. Although it might seem as a legitimate add-on at first, users should be aware that it is considered as an adware.

Web Flipper uses a delusive software marketing method called bundling to install on user's Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) without one's consent. After a successful infiltration, it starts generating various types of intrusive online advertisement, including: transitional, interstitial, search, banner, text-link, and full page ads.

   
Web Frog Ads

What is Web Frog?

Web Frog is a rogue browser extension developed by SuperWeb LLC. It pledges to enhance user's Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and adding other useful features. Even though Web Frog might seem as a legitimate browser extension, user's should know that it is considered as a potentially unwanted application or an adware.

This rogue browser add-on uses a delusive software marketing method called bundling to install on user's Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome) without one's consent.

After successfully infiltrating Web Frog starts monitoring user's Internet browsing by recording diverse hardware and software information, such as: IP address, unique identifier number, URL's visited, pages viewed, search queries, and other similar information.

On top of that, it generates various types of intrusive online advertisement, including: banner, text-link, search, interstitial, transitional, and full page ads.

   
Ads by Webporpoise

What is Webporpoise?

Webporpoise is a potentially unwanted application created by SuperWeb LLC. It promises to improve the quality of user's Internet browsing by showing related content containing websites, website trust ratings, enabling comparison shopping, coupons, and adding other functionality.

While Webporpoise might seem as a legitimate plugin, users should know that webporpoise is considered as an adware. It uses a deceptive software marketing method called bundling (secret installation of additional applications together with chosen software) to install on user's Internet browsers without a permission.

After successfully infiltrating to Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox it starts generating various types of intrusive online advertisements, such as: interstitial, transitional, text-link, banner, search, and full page ads.

   
Trolatunt Virus

What is Trolatunt?

Trolatunt is a rogue browser extension created by SuperWeb LLC. It promises to enhance user's Internet browsing experience by enabling coupons, comparison shopping, and adding other useful functionality. Even though Trolatunt may seem as a legitimate add-on, users should be aware that it is considered as an adware or a potentially unwanted application.

Trolatunt uses a delusive software marketing method called bundling to install on user's Internet browsers (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome) without a permission.

After a successful infiltration Trolatunt starts monitoring user's Internet browsing by recording information like URL's visited, entered search queries, pages viewed, IP address, unique identifier number, and other similar software and hardware information.

Moreover, this potentially unwanted browser extension generates various types of obtrusive online advertisement, such as: text-link, banner, search, transitional, interstitial, and full page ads.

   

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