Category Archives: Adware

Remove Max Computer Cleaner

Max Computer Cleaner Removal Instructions

Max Computer Cleaner is nothing more than an annoying PUP (potentially unwanted program) that is claimed to optimize the performance of your computer by deleting the files that are slowing down the system. It must be noted that many PUPs try using this strategy to infect victims’ computers: if the user thinks that a program can help him, he is less likely to uninstall it.

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Xnxx – How to remove?

Xnxx Removal Guide (Delete Xnxx)

Pornographic websites are well-known for various computer infections, and Xnxx is one of them. It is a page that stores erotic video content, and this is the first sign that it may be responsible for a number of viruses in victims’ PCs. However, the site itself is not dangerous – but only if you don’t click anything. You see, it contains an enormous amount of links (in forms of pop-ups, banners, and so on) that can lead to corrupted websites.

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Remove Positive Finds

Positive Finds Ads Removal Instructions

If you noticed that you have Positive Finds Ads on your computer, you can be sure that you have been infected with adware and a potentially unwanted program (PUP). At the moment, it is known that the suspicious application is able to attack Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. However, it might become compatible with Google Chrome if a new, updated version is released.

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Remove PlayThru Player

PlayThru Player Removal Guide

PlayThru Player is listed as a Potentially Unwanted Application (PUA). Some computer users find this program useful because it allows you to view online videos “directly on your desktop while working, browsing the Web or gaming.”As valuable as this might seem, you should understand that PlayThru Player performs many other unwanted activities that can be actually harmful to your virtual device.

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Remove Oxybe.com

Oxybe.com Removal Instructions

Oxybe.com is a suspicious search tool which may corrupt web browsers without your permission. The disturbing hijacker may take over the Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer browsers, all of which are widely used all around the world. Needless to say, you cannot identify the search tool as a browser hijacker if you have initiated or accepted its installation.

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Remove Gangnamgame.net

Gangnamgame.net Removal Tips

Gangnamgame.net is an advertising server which is used by numerous adware programs. Gangnamgame.net is responsible for ad rotation, which means that different advertisements appear in the same place and the same form every time a web page is loaded. It enables advertisers to provide different advertisements and drive more traffic to various websites. Gangnamgame.net can be use by multiple adware programs and it is impossible to pinpoint every single application which communicates with Gangnamgame.net.

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Remove Content Defender Ads

Content Defender Ads Removal Tips

Content Defender Ads is one of those programs that are completely different from what they claim to be. It is a PUP (potentially unwanted program) and adware that disguises itself as a useful tool but is rather useless in reality. You can see its promises in its official website (which does not provide any legitimate information): “Content Defender is a tool created to protect your PC against unwanted and malicious content”.

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Remove Catered to You Ads

Catered to You Ads Removal Tips

Catered to You Ads falls into the category of applications that you definitely don’t want to have on your PC. It is considered to be adware and a potentially unwanted program (PUP) which can be dangerous to your computer because of its malicious behavior. Adware-type applications are known for deceiving users to be reliable and useful, but the sad truth is that they can be responsible for various infections and other problems.

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Remove Reimage Repair

What is Reimage Repair?

Reimage Repair is definitely a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program) that at first looks like a useful application but reveals its true face afterwards. It promises a lot for its users. It claims to make your whole PC experience better and is compatible with Windows XP, 7, and Vista. Although, technically, it is a legitimate application, it uses dirty techniques to lure money from you. Don’t get deceived and don’t believe in everything this program claims to do if you don’t want to be charged with a large sum of money unexpectedly. Solely for safety reasons, it is best to remove Reimage Repair now: you don’t want to spend money on a tool you don’t need, do you? Continue reading