OnTargetYoga Extension was classified as a potentially unwanted program, so if you were thinking about using it on your browser, we would advise you to reconsider it. The plugin was created by an unreliable developer known as Mindspark Interactive Network, Inc. Our specialists consider it to be untrustworthy because the company has developed many other potentially unwanted programs and software alike. Moreover, users should know the application might introduce them to possibly malicious advertising content and because of this keeping it installed could be unsafe for the system. Naturally, if you do not want to risk encountering annoying and potentially malicious ads, we would recommend not to install OnTargetYoga Extension or remove it if you already did. To help with this task, our specialists have prepared recommended deletion steps located at the end of this report. However, before sliding down, you may want to read the full article to get to know this plugin better.
OnTargetYoga Extension could settle in after clicking pop-ups advertising it, or it might come bundled with other potentially unwanted programs, adware, browser hijackers, etc. Therefore, if you know how important it is to keep your system safe, we would advise staying away from websites or ads that could offer doubtful extensions or other applications. One other thing we should stress is it is best to pick advanced or custom installation settings when you can. Doing so may allow users to learn more about bundled software and even deselect the programs they do not want to receive additionally. Of course, for full protection, it would be wise to get a reliable security tool. It could be used to scan suspicious data downloaded from the Internet, to scan the system to locate potential threats, and so on. Needless to say, if you encounter some malicious application, the security tool might be able to stop it from entering the system or doing any harm to it.
Soon after, OnTargetYoga Extension gets in; the plugin could change user’s default search engine or homepage on his browser. Currently, the potentially unwanted program is compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. What’s more, the website that may replace your browser’s preferences might be hp.myway.com/ontargetyoga/ttab02chr/index.html. Our specialists who researched the extension, say it works as a search engine, and it can provide various links to web pages offering articles or other useful content for those interested in yoga. The problem is, it was noticed the mentioned search engine could show modified search results. It means OnTargetYoga Extension might alter them by placing additional advertising content among them. The worst part is there is not knowing whether such material could be trusted. In other words, it is entirely possible some part of the ads may lead to sites asking to participate in fake surveys or lotteries, suggesting you download more potentially unwanted programs or even malicious threats.
All things considered, it does not look like OnTargetYoga Extension can be trusted. Also, the features it provides could be easily replaced as there are more reputable free search engines to choose from. As for the yoga related links the plugin allows to reach fast from the browser, they can be bookmarked, and the effect would be the same. Consequently, we advise not to leave this doubtful plugin unattended. Also, if you decide to erase it, we can offer our recommended deletion steps located a bit below this text. Users who would like to get rid of it with automatic features could use a reliable security tool instead.