Category: Malware

Guides to help you remove malware and potentially unwanted programs.

Adobe Flash Player 18 NPAPI 0

How to remove Adobe Flash Player 18 NPAPI (Virus Removal Guide)

Adobe Flash Player 18 NPAPI is a legitimate program published by Adobe Systems Incorporated; However, if you find it on your computer without your knowledge it could be the result of a third-party software bundler, and third-party software bundlers are known to introduce multiple programs, including adware, hijackers, malware, and other potential threats to a computer system with or without user consent and knowledge.

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How to remove iqiyi (Virus Removal Guide)

iqiyi (also searched for as iqiyi virus,爱奇艺 悦享品质) is detected as a potentially unwanted program (PUP) by reputable security programs, including Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. iqiyi is typically contracted without user consent and knowledge. It can automatically install...

BringMeSports 0

How to remove BringMeSports (Virus Removal Guide)

BringMeSports is promoted on its official website and other locations distribution points around the web as a free browser extension that will help you get real-time sports scores, sports news, live sporting event coverage, video highlights and more, in one convenient spot. Even if BringMeSports does what it is supposed to do, the user can be affected because of its data collection policy and changes to existing internet browser settings.

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How to remove Bubble Dock (Virus Removal Guide)

Bubble Dock (BubbleDock, Bubble Dock Deals) is an adware program that many third-party security vendors may categorize as a browser hijacker and spyware. Bubble Dock is promoted as freeware that displays advertisements on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Microsoft Internet Explorer; furthermore, Bubble Dock is a PUP or potential malware that may change existing internet browser settings without direct authorization of the user.

AnyProtect virus 0

How to remove AnyProtect (Virus Removal Guide)

AnyProtect by CMI Limited (Any Protect) is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) and malware found in the adware and spyware categories of computer threats. Potential AnyProtect malware is promoted as an unlimited storage backup service and program. AnyProtect utilizes aggressive and misleading marketing practices in order to scare victims into purchasing their services.

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How to remove OpenDNS (Removal Guide)

OpenDNS is a company based in San Francisco, California that provides a free and paid Internet navigation structure, as well as Web security solutions for families, schools, governmental organizations, and businesses of all sizes. The services provided by OpenDNS are self-proclaimed to increase the speed of navigating websites and prevent unintended access to phishing and malware sites as well as to any web content that you configure to be restricted.