Quite often programs that are supposed to improve your overall browser performance only slow it down. Adware applications are usually the ones that cause such mess, and Salus is one of them. Information at the main website maintains that Salus is a “protector” application because “the Internet browser that came with your computer does not protect you from the new threats that emerge on the Internet each day.” Alas, Salus cannot protect you from harm either because that is not on its agenda. You have to remove Salus from the system at once because this application is not useful.
You should know immediately that you cannot trust Salus because of its distribution method. Rather than getting distributed through its website directly, this application travels bundled with a great number of potentially unwanted adware applications. It is usually bundled with Amonetize installer that can be downloaded at various third-party websites. What is more, if Salus gets installed onto your computer, you can be almost sure that such applications as FabulousDiscounts, GenesisOffers, Wajam, Istartsurf.com and others enter your PC as well.
If that were not enough, Salus connects to the Internet without your permission and download Universal Updater onto your system. This updater runs in the background of the system just like a Trojan infection, and there is a high chance that it can download Salus onto the PC again if you uninstall the adware program. It is clear that you have to get rid of Salus because this adware application displays a lot of annoying commercial advertisements and does not allow you to browse the Internet properly.
However, after manual removal you should run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner to determine what other programs should be deleted from the PC. Also, investing in a powerful antispyware application will help you get rid of Universal Updater, and you will be able to keep your computer clean.
Windows Vista & Windows 7