Ebola Early Warning System is a free computer program which supposedly enables computer users to receive information Ebola outbreaks near their area. The program used to be available at ebola.events.com and ebolawarnings.com. At the moment of this writing, the websites are not working. If you have installed the Ebola Early Warning System program, we recommend that you remove it from the system as soon as you can because this program may cause you a lot of trouble.
Ebola Early Warning System, also known as Ebola EWS, was published by TheWay Holding LLC. It is important to mention that the installer of the program offers computer users to download additional programs. One of them is the ONLY search toolbar. If the user pays no attention to the information provided, the ONLY search is set as the home page and default search provider of the browsers. You should keep in mind that you should not install unknown programs because you may not like the consequences. Bundled software installers are commonplace on freeware websites, and we recommend that you pay close attention to the every installation process.
After the installation of the ONLY search toolbar, affiliated websites are loaded on the browsers. Moreover, some suspect websites inviting computer users to download new programs are loaded. It is crucial to ignore such websites because they may distribute unreliable websites. For example, you may be asked to install System Optimization Pro, which is supposedly capable of fixing registry issues and other PC performance-related programs.
If you keep abreast of the latest news related to the Ebola infection, you have probably heard that there is no need to worry about the Ebola virus. We recommend that you remove Ebola Early Warning System from the computer because this program is useless.
As regards the removal of the program, we recommend that you implement a reputable anti-malware program so that you do not have to remove the Ebola Early Warning System manually. Use SpyHunter if you want to have all unreliable programs removed and the system protected. Our recommended program easily deals with adware programs, browser hijackers, ransomware, rogue anti-virus programs, and other malicious threats.
If you are determined to delete Ebola Early Warning System manually, note that you have to remove the autorun registry key SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run\Ebola EWS and files located in the ebola.time folder, which you will find in the LOCALAPPDATA directory. After removing the program, it is worth scanning the system to make sure that the Ebola Early Warning System is no longer present on the computer.