RelaySys is an adware helper that is used by a number of adware applications to help them perform their functions properly. RelaySys is a not direct computer infection, but you should remove it from your system if you want to avoid serious computer security issues. Needless to say, you must remove RelaySys together with the adware program that is making use of this application. It should not be too challenging to delete adware from your computer, but if going gets tough, do not hesitate to invest in a reliable computer security application.
Judging from its functionality, RelaySys is very similar to Microengine, AppendRunner, and IncludeMaker adware helpers. Usually, RelaySys enters your computer together with the Multiplug family adware, and it would imply that you most definitely have more than just one unwanted application on-board. Although we cannot say that adware is completely harmless, you should have in mind that RelaySys would not be there on your system if you had not installed the adware applications yourself. Thus, it is important that you stay away from websites that distribute software and freeware because Multiplug programs (YouTubeAdBlocker, UniSales, Unideals, etc.) are usually distributed in software packages, along with some applications that users actually need.
As far as RelaySys is concerned, it might perform a variety of functions. For example, it might help the adware program to regenerate itself, especially after manual removal. RelaySys can change the information in your system settings, files, and even registry keys, allowing the program in question to connect to the Internet and display commercial advertisements. What’s more, RelaySys may pose as a fake uninstaller on the list of installed programs in Control Panel. It might be named as StatEngine, DemiUpgrader, GrubTartan, and so on. The point is that this fake uninstaller will look like it has nothing in common with the adware program in question, but if you click it you might initiate a secondary adware installation (rather than the actual removal).
The bottom line is that it is not safe to keep adware on your computer, and it must be removed from the system with all of its components; RelaySys included. It is possible to delete RelaySys via Control Panel, but you should remember that there are other unwanted programs to remove. If you need a list and you cannot locate the unwanted programs yourself, please scan your computer with the SpyHunter free scanner. This way you will get a list of all the potential threats, and you will be able to remove them immediately. Should you have any further questions, you can always leave us a comment below this description.
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