You may install Info Enhancer accidentally because this application is usually identified as Weatherbar, Weather Toolbar or TracersToolbar. The application is available to the users of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera or Internet Explorer. Even though you can install the application yourself from infolooks.org, extension.infoenhancer.com, and third-party sources, it has been revealed that the suspicious plugin may be attached to software bundles as well. Unfortunately, the application is most likely to be bundled with highly unreliable software. Due to this, we recommend that you delete Info Enhancer right away, and check the operating system for other unreliable applications.
Amonetize bundles are well known to malware researchers because they are often used for the distribution of advertisement-supported software. We have discovered that these bundles can be used to spread Info Enhancer as well. So far, OffersWizzard, IStartSurf hijacker, and SpeedupMyPc, have been found packaged together with the plugin; however, the number and the variety of associated programs is unpredictable. Note that some of these may be more dangerous than others, and you certainly should remove the unreliable and possibly dangerous software. Keep in mind that Info Enhancer removal is also recommended because the suspicious application may be quite invasive and disturbing.
It has been revealed that thousands of computers are infected with Info Enhancer. This application is primarily found on the operating systems in Russia. Therefore, it is not surprising that the extension represents Russian advertisements. Due to this feature, Info Enhancer is identified as an advertisement-supported program. If you do not remove this adware, it will flood the browsers with random pop-up and banner suggestions, recommendations, offers, deals, etc. Since the random ads may be unreliable, we strongly recommend that you delete Info Enhancer from the affected browsers as soon as possible.
As mentioned before, Info Enhancer is usually hidden behind different software, often developed and distributed by tooldev342, Null.ru, and other suspicious parties. You need to look out for applications signed by these parties, especially if you are struggling with the identification of the software you need to remove. Keep in mind that you can always employ a malware scanner to find which applications are untrustworthy and require removal. SpyHunter offers a free scanner which can be updated to a full-feature automatic malware remover. If you do not want to invest in the necessary security software, you can try to delete Info Enhancer manually. See the instructions below.
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