CutterFunc is the name of an adware helper that might have entered your system together with MultiPlug infections (e.g. Unideals and Unisales). The main goal of CutterFunc is to help unreliable programs to work properly, so it will not perform any visible activities. It is not surprising that many computer users do not even know that their systems contain CutterFunc; however, if you have already detected it, it is very important that you remove it from the system. Luckily, it is not difficult to remove CutterFunc; however, we will still explain how to delete this software in this article.
It is known that this adware helper has many different names and can use them, for instance, GrubTartan, DemiUpgrader, StatEngine, FalconCentre, and others. Even though it can appear on your screen using different names, it still acts the same in all the cases. It means that it will try to reinstall undesirable programs that have been removed from your system. As can be seen, there is a possibility that you will not be able to fully remove infections unless you get rid of CutterFunc. Research has shown that CutterFunc might perform other activities behind your back as well. It has been found out that it will start with Windows every time and there is a slight possibility that it will connect to the Internet without your permission.
CutterFunc will be installed into %ProgramFiles% directory. If you have already detected it there, it is very likely that an advertising-supported application is installed on the system as well. Of course, we cannot guarantee that for sure, so you should definitely check your system’s condition. You can do that by simply scanning your computer with an automatic malware remover. It is, of course, very important to download a trustworthy tool because unreliable ones might install malware on your PC. In addition, they will definitely not be effective.
If you have decided to remove CutterFunc from your computer, you should scroll down, find our manual removal instructions, and then follow them step by step. Another option is to let an automatic malware remover perform full system scan. Both methods are effective and it is up to you which one to choose; however, we still have to say that you will have to scan your computer with an automatic malware remover if you decide to remove CutterFunc manually. It is very important to do that because MultiPlug infections might be present and it is necessary to remove them all from the system if you do not want to experience problems related to your computer’s security.
Windows 7 and Vista