nJoyFilm Now is most likely a clone of our recently reviewed potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) called nJoySport and nJoyMovies. The extension’s descriptions on the Chrome Web Store page says with it the user can “Now enjoy immediate access to information about unlimited movies, TV series, trailers and movie reviews - with just one click.” This might be true, but it is also true that you could find the film content you are looking for with google.com, search.yahoo.com, or any other reputable search engine. In other words, we do not see any point in installing such a rather useless tool, especially when there is a chance it might show you potentially harmful advertisements from various third parties. You could continue reading the article and learn more or slide a bit below and use the provided deletion instructions if you already decided it would be best to get rid of nJoyFilm Now.
One of the reasons why our specialists do not trust this PUP is because it might be spread not only through the Chrome Web Store page or its official site called njoyapps.com, but also via bundled software installers, doubtful pop-up ads, etc. It means some of its users could download it accidentally without even realizing it. For example, this could happen to anyone who chooses automatic installation and does not read any information on the configuration wizards since some bundled installers allow to deselect additional offers, but the user has to select custom installation and notice such suggestions himself. Therefore, if nJoyFilm Now appeared on your browser without you realizing it too, we would advise you to be more careful the next time.
The other reason why we do not think nJoyFilm Now is worthy of Google Chrome users’ trust is the search engine it provides. Our specialists discovered the PUP might redirect user’s search queries through movix.eanswers.com and later into modified Yahoo search engine results. The problem is, among such results you could encounter doubtful banners, pop-ups, sponsored links or other advertisements from various third parties. Sadly, there is not knowing where such ads could come from and consequently, there is a risk some part of them might be potentially harmful. To provide you with a few examples, the ads could lead to sites containing malware, offering to participate in fake lotteries, etc. Needless to say, such ads could put your system or your personal information at risk. Because of this, we do not think it is worth keeping such PUP installed.
If you do not believe nJoyFilm Now is worth your trust either, we urge you to erase it with no hesitation. To make this task easier, we have placed our recommended deletions steps showing how to remove the PUP manually at the end of this article, but if they appear to be too difficult for you to handle, we would advise you to use a reliable security tool instead. What’s more, users who need more help or have other questions related to nJoyFilm Now, can leave us a comment below this text or reach us via social media too.