365Stream Removal Guide

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The last thing you want to do is install something useless, and that is one of the reasons we do not advise installing 365Stream. This extension is compatible with Google Chrome, and it appears to be capable of modifying your browser’s settings. Due to this, some users might mistakenly identify it as a browser hijacker. Instead, it is a potentially unwanted program (PUP), and there are a few reasons for that. First and foremost, this application is useless. Second, it changes the default search provider. Third, it redirects to Yahoo Search to show sponsored content. The results are modified. Finally, the PUP can track information about, record your browsing history, and share some of this data with undisclosed third parties. These are the reasons you should delete 365Stream, and one reason should be plenty enough to realize that it is not reliable. So, are you interested in the removal of this potentially unwanted program?

365Stream could be distributed using unreliable bundled downloaders. Of course, it can be downloaded in a less questionable way as well. In fact, it is available on the Chrome web store, and you can find it at chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/365stream/fgnblmibfljldcmglopklipacjjmjije. The website linked to the Chrome web store installer (365-stream.com) does not offer an official installer. This website is just a video platform that you can use to find low-quality videos. The funny thing is that the extension and the website have no apparent connections. The website shows videos, and the extension changes the default search provider on Chrome. That is all that it can do. Unfortunately, it changes the provider to Yahoo Search, which many users might deem reliable. The thing is that 365Stream modifies the results that are delivered via this search engine, and, of course, trusting them is extremely risky. For all we know, you could end up being scammed if you interact with the seemingly normal results. Also, remember that the PUP records browsing history, and so the results could be personalized to trick you into interacting with them.

According to the Privacy Policy – which you can find at 365-stream.com/privacy – 365Stream can record personally identifiable information, such as your IP address or contact information (if you communicate with the creator of the PUP). Log files, cookies, web beacons, and “other related technologies” are implemented to track your activity and record information. Unknown third-parties might have access to the information that is recorded for the purpose of “improving” the provided services. As you might agree with us, 365Stream is very suspicious, and the parties associated with this PUP are even more so. This is one of the reasons you should consider removing this extension. After all, you do not really know who can access what kind of information about you. This is also a reason we advise clearing browsing data once you delete the PUP. The manual removal guide – which you can find below – explains how to do it.

You should not put up with useless and unreliable programs or extensions because life is too short for that, and your virtual security is way too precious for that also. Whenever you install new programs and extensions, you have to research them thoroughly before you hit the download/install/add button. If you continue to be careless, next time you could let in a much more dangerous threat. When it comes to PUPs, they are usually easy to delete, and the guide below can be used to remove 365Stream from Google Chrome. As you can see, there are only a few steps that you need to take, and so it should not be too challenging. You also have a second option, which is to install a legitimate anti-malware program. It would automatically scan your system and delete all active threats. On top of that, this software would also secure your system to ensure that you do not need to think about malware and PUPs in the future.

How to delete 365Stream from Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser and enter chrome://extensions/ into the address bar.
  2. Delete the undesirable extension from the list.
  3. Enter chrome://settings/clearBrowserData into the address bar.
  4. In the Advanced menu, choose the time range and boxes.
  5. Click Clear data and then implement a reliable malware scanner to perform a full system scan.
Download Remover for 365Stream *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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