Even though you may be interested in the idea of finding lyrics next to the YouTube videos you watch, installing LyricsSpeaker is not something our spyware researchers recommend. This plugin may appear beneficial only at first sight because after installing it you will realize that it is followed by unreliable pop-up, banner and in-line advertisements promoting questionable goods and services. Should you be worried about the activity of the plugin and the affiliates of its developers? Even though it is impossible to know whether you would face any virtual danger when running the unreliable extension, the existing risks are very high. Therefore, we suggest you think carefully about getting LyricsSpeaker deleted.
Unless you are completely dumbfounded about where the plugin came from, the chances are you have installed it from lyricsspeaker.co. Our researchers have discovered that the official download page of the application is identical to the ones of FoxyLyrics, LyricsKid, Bestlyrics and plenty of other extensions we have analyzed in the past. It is worth mentioning that these applications are not only represented in the same manner, as they are also all linked to unreliable advertising domains, including Gij.maptri.net and Gir.driveropti.net. Even though these domains may differ depending on the Lyrics plugin you are dealing with, you need to beware of any connections to them.
It is unlikely that you will be able to pinpoint the moment that LyricsSpeaker connects your system to a remote advertising domain. In fact, if you do not relate this to the reappearing pop-ups and adverts, you may have no idea what has caused an avalanche of suspicious advertisements. Since the plugin can collect information regarding your virtual activity, there is a chance that the adverts will be displayed accordingly to your preferences, activity and interests. This raises the chances of you clicking on these ads. Some of them could be used to boost traffic; however, as research shows, schemers could use them to route you to corrupted sites, which is the main reason behind recommended LyricsSpeaker removal.
We suggest you follow the manual removal instructions below and then click the represented button to install a reliable Windows security application which could remove files responsible for the unauthorized connection to the remote servers automatically. Note that SpyHunter can delete all existing threats and ensure reliable protection, which is why we recommend installing it.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
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