Your mini Truetest is a browser extension and a potentially unwanted program. According to the software’s developers, the tool can help users save time by opening a mini version of a particular site faster. The description given on the Chrome Web Store does not say the mentioned website's name, but our researchers who tested the application noticed that there might be not just one, but a few of web pages provided by the plugin and these sites could be created for showing advertisements. The biggest problem is there is a chance the displayed advertisements could be dangerous as they may redirect to harmful websites. Therefore, if you noticed Your mini Truetest on your browser, we would strongly advise you to find out more about the potentially unwanted program. Since we do not see any use for the extension and consider it unreliable, we also advice erasing it, for example, with the recommended deletion steps located below the article.
As it was said before, Your mini Truetest is currently available on the Google Chrome Web Store page. Of course, given the doubtful application’s reliability, we believe it might be deleted from there in the future. Nonetheless, its removal from Chrome Web Store may not stop its distribution since we have no doubt the potentially unwanted program is being spread through other channels too, for example, bundled software installers. In such case, it should probably be distributed with other untrustworthy Russian applications. The reason the plugin is thought to be from creators from Russia is because its description has no other translations and it might redirect users to Russian advertising web pages.
During the tests, it was noticed that after installation Your mini Truetest might add a button, which may provide access to untrustworthy Russian advertising web pages. Such sites could show various pop-ups, banners, sponsored links, and other advertising content from unknown sources. It means there might be no guarantees the advertisements will not lead you to harmful web pages, for example, sites distributing malware or potentially unwanted programs alike, scam web pages that could try to steal sensitive data or trick you, and so on. Because of this, we do not think the application will bring you any benefits and is worth to be kept installed. Thus, you may want to get rid of it before anything goes wrong. Users can simply erase the extension from their browsers while following the instructions located below the text or install a reliable antimalware tool and remove Your mini Truetest along with other possible threats after performing a system scan.