Jelbrus is one of the more dangerous adware applications to have recently come out. From the outset, we recommend that users remove it as soon as possible. It is supported by the three most popular web browsers that are Firefox, Chrome, and Internet Explorer. In short, it displays commercial advertisements that could get your computer infected with malware. Our researchers have conducted a thorough investigation of this infection, and have come to the conclusion that you should remove this infection immediately, provided that you have been infected with it. This article focuses on several key points that will be discussed in this article including: origins, distribution, functions, and the threats it poses.
At present, it is difficult to determine the origins of this infection, since most of its ads are labeled “ads by Provider.” Its dissemination methods are also a mystery, but we have received reports from users stating that they got infected with it by browsing through torrent websites and other websites distributing pirated software. This news comes as no surprise, since these kinds of websites often contain download links to infections. Therefore, we encourage you not to visit unfamiliar cheaply made websites containing sparkling ads that offer you to come and take a look at their “merchandise.”
The advertisements provided by Jelbrus are apt to be provided by third-party advertisers seeking to promote some kind of a scam. Your computer could get infected with various types of malware, such as Trojans, rouge anti-spyware, spyware, worms, key loggers, browser hijackers, and so on. These infections could severely compromise your system’s security, and might be very difficult to remove.
Given the fact that Jelbrus could inflict severe consequences to your system, we recommend that you remove it. We have composed a guide to help you remove Jelbrus. Nevertheless, we recommend you to get a reliable malware scanner such as SpyHunter, which will help your computer shake off any infections that might be plaguing it.