LongCommandExec is one more adware application that has been roaming the web lately. If, unfortunately, you have found this invasive application active on your PC make sure to conduct its complete removal right now. This is advised since this adware application holds no valuable features. In some cases, this ad-supported program could be advertised in a questionable way, to say the least. Sometimes, you might come across statements claiming that this program could improve your online experience. While at first it sounds like a great tool that you should have, you must know that such statements are only used to trick naïve Internet users into downloading and installing a program that is in utterly useless. Make sure to avoid this invasive program as it will only cause disruptions while you are surfing the web. Below we provide a detailed removal guide that will help you delete LongCommandExec in no time at all.
The primary indication that LongCommandExec is up and running on your PC is a web browser filled up with numerous third-party commercial ads and annoying pop-ups. This is possible because the invasive ad-supported program implements browser extensions to such major browsers as Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Google Chrome, which are used to contact various adware servers. Such servers are the main providers of all annoying banner ads, coupons, and pop-ups. One of the most annoying features is that all the invasive web content is presented to in an utterly random way, on random websites, at random times. Another incredibly frustrating thing about the functionality of this adware is that at times it might flood your web browser with all the ads and pop-ups so much that you might be forced to stop whatever you were doing to close all the ads in order continue surfing the web. The only way that you can stop this invasive activity altogether is by conducting a thorough removal of LongCommandExec once and for all.
It is crucial to note that LongCommandExec is not only annoying since at times it could act in a quite malicious way. During the research it has been noticed that some ads presented by this ad-supported program could be implemented with redirect links; thus by clicking on a seemingly simple ad you could end up on a suspicious or even potentially malicious website. It goes without saying that getting redirected could have devastating outcomes. For example, you could end up on a site that runs an arbitrary code execution exploit meaning that just entering such a website is well more than enough to get your PC infected with some unknown malware. If you wish to avoid such situation, make sure to delete LongCommandExec right now.
The removal of LongCommandExec is not that complicated even though it includes multiple steps. Firstly, make sure to delete the intrusive browser extensions from your web browsers and then remove this invasive adware program via Control Panel. Only by conducting these two steps will you be able to stop the intrusive activity permanently. Once the manual removal is over, we recommend scanning your PC with a professional antimalware tool to be sure that everything associated to LongCommandExec has been removed from your PC.
Windows Vista and Windows 7