FunMoods Toolbar is an annoying browser ad-on which, if installed in your Internet Explorer, Mozilla, etc, will change your mind about browsers extensions if you ever thought that they are somehow helpful. You can download the toolbar from its official website or find this extension after installing free software which is bundled with the toolbar’s installation files; however, its removal may be a challenge. If you think that FunMoods toolbar will make your browsing and chatting online somewhat entertaining, then you are wrong, unless you like being redirected to unwanted websites containing suspicious contents, because this is what this inconvenient application is capable of.
In the cunning hijacker’s official website, the toolbar is presented as a “free add-on for social networks Chat”, which implies that instead of using boring smileys you could express your emotions through colorful, entertaining graphic smiling facing. Unfortunately, you get much more than it is expected, because FunMoods Toolbar will redirect your search results to funmoods.com, start.funmoods.com and other pages; moreover, the toolbar creates a browser helper object, which is located below the browser’s address box, changes your homepage, which you will not be able to change until you remove FunMoods Toolbar.
To remove FunMoods Toolbar and restore your browsers’ settings, use a reputable spyware removal application which will deal with the ad-on effectively. If you cannot access desirable websites where you could find legitimate antispyware tool, follow these instructions:
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|3||UpdateTask.exe||85504 bytes||MD5: 3448e0ccc4b4b4aa91ed8402415ad8d7|
|4||%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data|
|5||funmoods.exe||1718352 bytes||MD5: badf0b8e9bc8d7352fb084951255ee4f|
|8||%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\cjpglkicenollcignonpgiafdgfeehoj|
|12||%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\bbjciahceamgodcoidkjpchnokgfpphh|
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