Codec-C update’s installation is not what you should do, because behind the reliable looking program hides various, vicious applications that could easily endanger your privacy, allow schemers to take control over your Internet browser and initiate truly malignant processes. If you do not ignore the installation of the bogus plugin and then fail to remove Codec-C following ClickPotato adware or other malware, you will notice various system’s disturbances. It is likely that both your computer and your browser will start functioning slower than usual, Start Menu will become inaccessible, your browser’s home page settings will be reconfigured, and various pop-up advertisements will start flooding your screen immediately after you turn on the computer.
Malignant Codec-C processes can be blamed on various dynamic link library files that could be dropped to the Temporary Folder. Such files as bhoclass.dll and npswf32.dll could employ browser helper objects to spy on your surfing sessions, collect such personal information as passwords/usernames and then use this confidential data for highly malicious operations. Recorded data about your search results could aid schemers with initiating attractive adware attacks, and stolen login data could enable the breaching of your personal accounts, which could serve with Codec-C propagation into other PCs. This is not something that you should take lightly, and even though the update seems legitimate by downloading it, you would simply jeopardize your personal privacy.
Delete Codec-C manually by having this program removed from the Control Panel. Regardless, do not be shocked if you find out that you cannot execute the removal via this Windows utility, as malicious plugin’s components could be blocking this action. If you fail manually, you can always implement automatic removal tools to have Codec-C deleted. In fact, it is highly recommended having the PC inspected by legal security applications because only they can detect and delete any other malicious applications that could exist.