Removal Guide

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Category: Adware is an advertising platform, exploited as a network referral ID. The criminals behind it created an adware infection in order to earn money. They can do that by generating web traffic and collecting sales’ leads for their affiliates and sponsors. Internet advertising is a legitimate business; however, the techniques that the developers of the said infection use are nowhere near ethical. The websites that they redirect you to may very well be dangerous and so you should remove immediately.

This adware can usually be tracked to a variety of programs. The latter can get into your computer as a drive-by download, via spam-email and peer-to-peer file sharing websites. Sometimes the criminals manage to make you believe you are downloading a useful and reliable program while in fact, it is infected. This is why having a reliable security program in your computer is so important - it can warn you as soon as you get infected.

When is already in your system, you will be more than aware of its presence. While it does display regular advertisements, it also floods your screen with pop-up ads and flash update boxes. The infection can also redirect you regardless of what Internet browser and search engine you are using. All of the websites that it links you to may be potentially dangerous and cannot be trusted, so it is a good option to delete

The programs listed below have been associated with the adware. However, they are not the only ones that may cause the infection.

  • LyricsContainer;
  • WebCake 3.00;
  • DownloadTerms 1.0;
  • LessTabs;
  • SimpleLyrics;
  • Browser Defender;
  • Selection Links;
  • Auto-Lyrics.

If is pestering you, yet you do not see any of these programs installed, it may be because some other program is the source of it. Also, sometimes the programs only act as browser extensions. After you remove and all its components from your computer, it would be smart to scan your system with SpyHunter to make sure you did eliminate all the threats. Removal Guide

Windows 8

  1. Open Metro UI screen.
  2. Right click on any of the programs.
  3. You will see an options tab open at the bottom of the screen.
  4. Click uninstall on it.
  5. Select and uninstall the programs from the list above.
  6. Uninstall other programs that you have not downloaded. Double check the dates to be sure they are not genuine.

Windows Vista/7:

  1. Click Start, then Control Panel.
  2. Select Uninstall a program.
  3. Uninstall the programs from the list above.
  4. Uninstall other programs that you did not authorize. Check when they were installed to be sure they are the source of this infection.

Windows XP:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Open Control Panel.
  3. Select Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Uninstall all the programs from the list above that you see.
  5. Uninstall other suspicious programs. Check their installation dates so that you do not delete genuine programs.

Internet Explorer:

  1. Click Alt+T.
  2. Go to Manage Add-ons.
  3. Click Toolbars and Extensions.
  4. Select and delete the extensions you did not download.

Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Click Alt+T.
  2. Go to Add-ons.
  3. Go to the Extensions tab.
  4. Disable and delete unknown extensions.

Google Chrome:

  1. Press Alt+F.
  2. Go to Settings.
  3. On the left, click Extensions.
  4. Click the bin icon next to each unknown extension to delete them.
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