MiniEdition TT Removal Guide

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There is not much information about MiniEdition TT; thus, our computer security specialists advise not to trust it. The extension comes from unknown developers and to make matters worse, it does not have any Privacy Policy or End User License Agreement statements. You are probably aware these documents are essential as they describe how the software works, where it comes from, how it can affect other programs on the computer, what information it collects, etc. The tool is not considered as malicious, but it raises a suspicion and so falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs (PUPs). If you noticed it on your browser, we recommend reading the full report to get to know the threat better. Eventually, we would advise you to remove MiniEdition TT, so there will be deletion instructions available below. The steps will show how to erase the extension only from Google Chrome because it is the only browser the PUP is compatible with.

Since the plugin’s description is written in Russian and it seems like this is the main language of the software, we believe the potentially unwanted program was developed by creators from Russia. Moreover, MiniEdition TT was even noticed in software bundles of other Russian applications. This means users can come across the PUP while downloading other freeware. Such bundled installers could be distributed through unreliable file-sharing web pages where users may find more untrustworthy software. If you tend to acquire applications from such sites occasionally, we would advise you to be more cautious. Before deciding whether to add some tool on your computer, you should firstly find out if it can be trusted and even if it is reliable, but you should still be careful with the additionally suggested programs on the setup wizard as they might be suspicious.

What's more, we should explain you more about the risks that may arise from the PUP’s usage. Probably most or all of the extensions, toolbars, and other tools for browsers gather some information, e.g. private or anonymous. Personal data could be your name, address, telephone number, email address, passwords, and any other sensitive information related to you that you might enter while browsing. Anonymous data is usually the list of the user’s visited web pages, clicked ads, technical information about the computer and the browser, etc. The problem with MiniEdition TT is that we do not know at all what kind of data it might gather. We do not say it will necessarily steal your passwords or other sensitive data alike, but there is such a possibility. Therefore, keeping the plugin installed might be rather dangerous.

The extension is hardly an application you could not live without, so if you do not want to risk your privacy, it might be best to delete it before anything goes wrong. To remove MiniEdition TT manually, users could follow the instructions below this paragraph. The other way to deal with the PUP requires a legitimate antimalware tool. If you have not installed it yet, we advise you to do this as it may not only help you eliminate this suspicious browser plugin, but also guard the system against threats alike or malicious programs in the future.

Eliminate MiniEdition TT

  1. Tap ALT+F to access Settings.
  2. Click on More tools.
  3. Go to Extensions.
  4. Find MiniEdition TT and select it.
  5. Click the trash bin button located near it.
  6. Pick Remove to finish.
Download Remover for MiniEdition TT *
*SpyHunter scanner, published on this site, is intended to be used only as a detection tool. To use the removal functionality, you will need to purchase the full version of SpyHunter.

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