If you do not want your computer attacked by adware, we advise you do not install TidyNetwork. Even though some researchers treat the program as a virus, in reality it is not as malicious as it is believed. The plugin represented through tidynetwork.com is supposed to help you discover the best online deals whenever you browse such popular browsers as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. This sugarcoats the installation of an application which may flood you with various advertisements, virtual coupons, prize draws and surveys. As you may already be aware, various online pop-ups are often utilized by schemers who wish to take over your personal computer and web browsers in order to initiate various clandestine, potentially harmful activities. We can help you delete TidyNetwork from the computer, and all you have to do is continue reading the article.
Even though the TidyNetwork add-on is free of charge you should not install it onto your web browsers. The application can utilize web cookies to collect information about your recent search history. Do you know why this information is useful to the developers of the so-called Virtual Layer Advertising plugin? The developer of the cookies linked to the plugin can sell the recorded information to third-party advertisers. Needless to say, your recent search history, Favorite or Bookmarked sites can also be used by the so-called Adware.TidyNetwork. Have you already discovered the flooding pop-ups ads? Do not click on them! It has been reported that sometimes schemers use seemingly authentic, alluring ads to lure careless Windows users into letting in malware or wasting money. If this is not what you want you should think about having the so-called TidyNetwork virus removed from the PC.
Have you deleted malware in the past? Do you know how to locate and remove adware components? Are you sure that you can handle manual TidyNetwork removal? These are the questions which you need to answer before commencing with the removal process. Surely, most Windows users should be able to delete the undesirable add-on from their browsers; however, the removal of adware is not as simple. Therefore, we recommend that you perform 2 steps. Firstly follow the manual guides to delete the unwanted browser add-on. Then install an authentic malware remover to scan the PC and remove all potentially running threats. Note that the program will also help you keep the system secure in the future.
Windows Vista or Windows 7:
|#||File Name||File Size (Bytes)||File Hash|
|1||petn64.dll||110080 bytes||MD5: f185a0902abd803622b3aa6e56f763f9|
|2||TidyNetwork.exe||635688 bytes||MD5: 2d3241bd208dac60434d3f92ca03e4ed|
|3||petnupdate.exe||83968 bytes||MD5: 242a254739c1fd828b1ee45ef2ced8ae|
|4||tidynetw.exe||479016 bytes||MD5: 6f74b1ea3e1d19ada3e209573d660f88|
|5||petn.dll||101376 bytes||MD5: 412c2354a6bfec5e24e6d7126d4fda07|
|6||tidy2start.exe||11776 bytes||MD5: a532ad3b40dfa65c5a94a1389468cd3b|
|7||tidynetwork005.exe||199016 bytes||MD5: 966f77a9b64a43693920710c8f462009|
|8||tidy2update.exe||76288 bytes||MD5: 50d2cdf14e9004ad9a6b2e63b019566a|
|#||Process Name||Process Filename||Main module size|