Iminent Toolbar is a browser plugin that adds an additional toolbar on your browser. If you have this toolbar installed, you will see that you can choose from a number of emoticons to add to your chats and messages on various websites, including Facebook and other social networks. As you can probably tell, Iminent Toolbar is not a virus, because there is nothing wrong with adding emoticons to your chats and messages. Nevertheless, some users express their wish to remove Iminent Toolbar from their computers, because it happens to be a potentially unwanted application.
This browser extension is a potentially unwanted application, because of its intrusive behavior. Even though this Iminent Toolbar can be downloaded at iminent.ourtoolbar.com, quite often users install this add-on when they download and open zip folders with freeware. Bundle downloads are a common mean of distribution not only for Iminent Toolbar, but for a number of other browser extensions as well. Therefore, you have to be careful about what kind of software you download and install on your computer. You can never know when a third party might exploit Iminent Toolbar to distribute malware.
The good thing about Iminent Toolbar is that you can easily uninstall it manually. You can do that via Control Panel, and then you need to remove it from your Internet browser as well. If you have never been introduced to your general Internet browser settings, and you do not know how to restore them, follow the instructions below:
Windows Vista & Windows 7
To make sure that no malicious files remain in your system, you are strongly advised to perform a full system scan with the free SpyHunter scanner available for download below. Should you have any questions regarding Iminent Toolbar, leave a comment below.
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|1||Iminent.Messengers.exe||881128 bytes||MD5: dd4708916cbb8ef3f3c4f5f6e2078c42|
|2||tbcore3.dll||2607872 bytes||MD5: e6ab63f86077bc8fd9dc253482862549|
|#||Process Name||Process Filename||Main module size|