AllCursors is an unreliable program that not only does not work but also puts your virtual security and your personal information at risk. If you decide to download this program from its official website, allcursors.com, you will be warned that by installing this program you abide to the statements of End User License Agreement (EULA). Needless to say, most users do not pay any attention to this document, even though they definitely should. Right at the top of the document we have found information regarding the collection of personal information. According to the document, this information could be shared with parties “for purposes of displaying advertisements,” and this is not something you can ignore. In fact, this is the main reason we recommend deleting AllCursors from your operating system.
The developer of AllCursors is Buzzbox Media. Are you familiar with this company? We are sure that you are not because it has not created any program worth mentioning. Of course, this is not why you should remove AllCursors from your operating system. The most important reason for deleting this adware is that it is capable of collecting personal information, but not all users know this. Despite this, users should realize that this advertisement-supported program is unreliable simply because it does not work. The suspicious program promises users to customize their browsing cursors, but this service is bogus. It is possible that this service is used only to trick users into installing a program that enables third-party advertisers to inject ads into the websites they browse. Needless to say, this kind of activity is very devious, and you should have no reservations about the removal of AllCursors.
Although the extension promoted at allcursors.com is only compatible with Mozilla Firefox, our malware experts indicate that this unreliable program could infect other browsers as well. The bottom line is that we do not know how many different versions of AllCursors are out on the loose or how they could affect your browsers. What we know is that this adware can be distributed by unreliable parties. Even if AllCursors comes as a free addition when installing other programs, you should NOT install it. In fact, you should also not install programs associated with this adware. Chances are that the programs bundled with this misleading extension are malicious as well, and, were you to install them, you would need to remove them.
Unfortunately, you cannot uninstall AllCursors. As mentioned previously, this infection affects browsers, and you will have to delete them directly from the infected web browsers. The instructions below cover the most popular browsers, but, if you find that you need to remove AllCursors from other browsers, post a comment below and we will modify the removal guide. We also add the generic instructions that show how to uninstall undesirable software. These instructions might help you delete some of the programs installed along with the ad-supported program, but we strongly encourage all users to use automated malware removal software to find and delete all computer threats.
Delete from Mozilla Firefox:
Delete from Google Chrome:
Delete from Internet Explorer:
Remove from Windows 10, Windows 8.1 & Windows 8:
Remove from Windows 7 & Windows Vista:
Remove from Windows XP: