Rapid Media Converter is an advertising-supported program that is officially promoted as a professional audio converter that supports such popular media formats as .mp3, .mp4, .ogg, .avi, and many more. Although at first sight it might seem like a useful tool, we suggest that you remove this program, because it is nothing more than an adware app. Even if Rapid Media Converter is fully functional and possesses all the capabilities you need, it is still adware, and thus displays all the characteristics that make this type of software so disliked. If you do not want this program to be the reason for the downfall of your virtual security, we strongly urge you to remove this program right now.
Officially, on the site rapidmediaconverter.com, the developer offers 2 types of this program: ad supported and ad free versions. If your system is infected with Rapid Media Converter and you do not remember installing it willingly, it has probably sneaked past you when you recently installed freeware or shareware programs that you downloaded from third-party download sites. That is how adware programs such as Rapid Media Converter spread: They are bundled with other free programs and set for automatic installation unless you disable them before installing the main program that they are bundled with.
So, if Rapid Media Converter is already on your system, you are probably already seeing third-party advertisements popping up all over your browser. This commercial material might depend on the content of the pages, so, when you surf commercial sites (Ebay, Amazon, Best Buy, etc.), you might see discount offers or price comparisons, and other shopping offers – though it does not mean that you will avoid noticing the Rapid Media Converter on other sites, which is why computer users get tired of this program rather quickly and remove it once and for all.
Rapid Media Converter is a program that might be taken advantage of to promote corrupted ads that, when clicked, will initiate a malware download or take you to sites where you will be asked to fill in personal information. Malicious parties might misuse this adware app in numerous ways in order to carry out criminal activities. It does not help that legally Rapid Media Converter (see the EULA on the aforementioned official site) is not related to or endorsed by the underlying third-party sites that you might access via the promoted ads.
We recommend that you remove Rapid Media Converter in order to reduce the possibility of the security risks this program might present. We are sure you can find a more trustworthy media converter out there. In order to accomplish the manual removal, open your Control Panel and delete the program from the program list. We recommend that you scan your PC with a professional malware removal tool that is also capable of continuous protection against all the threats that roam the web.
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