Norassie is the name of a mysterious adware family that includes an unknown number of adware-type browser extensions. These extensions are highly unreliable and can pose a threat to your computer’s security. Therefore, we recommend that you remove Norassie adware from your browser as soon as you notice it. The adware can enter your PC by stealth through software bundles because the adware is not disseminated on a dedicated website. We recommend getting rid of the adware in this family because the ads that they can show you can be unreliable and downright malicious. For more information, we invite you to read this whole article.
If your PC were to become infected with adware from the Norassie family, then you will see commercial advertisements on many of the sites you visit, particularly online shopping websites such as Amazon, Best Buy, Wall-Mart, eBay, and so on. This application shows ads in the form of coupons and banners that are injected into the websites you visit automatically. The ads can offer you alleged great deals, offers, and discounts. However, the reality is that the ads are both invasive and irritating. Not only that but they can also be malicious as well. Norassie adware come from a shady background, and there is no information about its developers or advertising partners. Therefore, we believe that, in some cases, this application can promote deceptive content that can compromise your computer’s security. It might redirect you to phishing websites, fake online shopping sites, as well as websites that contain malicious software that can compromise your computer’s security even further.
Norassie adware is known to be created by a company called Norassie LTD that has a website at Norassie.org. The website claims that this company aims to offer its clients business optimization services and other nonsense but does not say a word about advertising. Therefore, this company is as shady and dishonest as they come. All of the adware produced by this company is signed by Norassie LTD under the authority of Comodo CA Limited. Now let us take a look at how the adware is distributed.
Our research has revealed that Norassie adware is disseminated using bundled software installers featured on freeware hosting websites. Indeed, shady freeware distributors might have entered into an agreement with Norassie to have its adware bundled with freeware. The installers of those bundles might have been configured to install the adware by default. However, some installers might allow you to deselect the installation after opting for advanced or custom installation settings.
We hope you found this article insightful. As you can see Norassie is just another adware family dedicated to showing you ads and making money off that while you have to deal with unwelcome and even malicious advertisements. Therefore, we recommend that you remove this application as soon as the opportunity arises. You can use the guide below if you use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Microsoft Internet Explorer.
Windows Vista and Windows 7