Some extensions are compatible with multiple browsers; others are created for specific browsers. The suspicious Fastoplayer was designed for Mozilla Firefox, which makes it a lot more manageable. Well, what is there to manage? Our researchers have recently found that this is an advertisement-supported program that might require removal. On top of that, the existence of this adware might be a sign that other unreliable programs are active on your PC. Although not all ad-supported programs are malicious and dangerous, the ones that cannot be trusted are not always evident. We suggest deleting Fastoplayer because it is unpredictable, and unpredictable adware could be the most dangerous kind. Please read this report, and, if you want to contact us with any questions, use the comments section below.
Fastoplayer is represented by VoiceFive Inc.; however, an official installer does not exist. It was found that this adware can be spread by unreliable distributors using malicious installers, which is a good reason to delete this add-on. Why are these installers malicious? This is because they can bundle relatively harmless programs with adware and much more malicious computer infections. On top of that, depending on the installer, malware could be dropped as well! This means that your operating could remain infected even if you remove Fastoplayer or other obvious threats. Luckily, there are tools that can help you examine your operating system and learn which threats require removal. Download SpyHunter, an antimalware tool that provides free system scans. If you decide to look for malware yourself, make sure you know what to do and where to look for malware.
The fact that Fastoplayer can come packaged with unreliable software is quite disconcerting. The lack of official information is worrisome as well. In fact, Fastoplayer is completely unpredictable, which is a huge motive to delete this program. Did VoiceFive Inc. create the suspicious adware only to show ads? Who does it work with? Should you trust ads delivered by it? Unfortunately, we cannot give you a sure answer for any of these questions. Because this program is so unpredictable, we have to consider the possibility that it will be used in a malicious way. We know that Fastoplayer could be used to gather information about your activity, but we do not know whether or not this information can be used in a malicious way; for example, to conceal scams behind attractive offers.
We are not 100% sure that Fastoplayer is a malicious program; however, it is unpredictable, and this is why you should consider its removal. As mentioned previously, this program is only compatible with Mozilla Firefox. Luckily, you can remove Fastoplayer manually via the Add-ons Manager, as shown below. Follow this guide and then scan your Windows operating system to see which other programs you need to remove from your PC. If you find dangerous malware, do not waste your time trying to research and delete it manually. Instead, use an trustworthy legitimate, automated malware remover!