Our researchers have classified Webbora as an adware-type application that could put your computer at risk. If you do not remove this infection in a timely manner, chances are that it will get your computer infected with malicious software, provided that you click an ad of course. Indeed, the application itself is unable to infect your computer with other malware, because it is not its primary purpose. Its sole purpose is to display advertisements, which are supplied by whoever is willing to pay for such advertising services. So this opens up opportunities for shady businesses to promote their content, which might include malware. Thus, it is highly recommended that you remove this infection.
Webbora displays advertisements in the form of pop-ups, which are extremely annoying. But annoyance should not be your greatest concern. The developers of this infection might enter into a business agreement with some shady entrepreneurs who want the application to promote a certain website. The developers could be complicit or might on even know that their program is promoting malware downloads. Whichever the case may be, it is clear that there is no safety net when it comes to adware. Adware developers want to get paid, and often they turn a blind eye to do so. Therefore, we encourage everyone who have their computers infected with the application– remove it ASAP.
If you are not sure whether your computer has been infected with Webbora, please download our featured spyware removal tool, and perform a scan to see if there are any infections. It goes without saying that online security is of utmost importance to us at 411-spyware.com, so we recommend that you remove all detected malware. Of course it all depends on you.
Infections such as Webbora are not commonplace in the English speaking world, since the application has been developed in South Korea, and for the Korean speaking region. However, this infection does appear elsewhere in the world very often, so we cannot neglect it. There is very little information regarding Webbora. But from what we have gathered, the application has been published by Internet Webbora web. We have not been able to find any information about this publisher so we assume that the name is fictitious or Webbora is a one-hit wonder. The application has its own promotional website, called Webbora.com. The website features a download button. To our knowledge the website is the program’s main vehicle of dissemination.
We hope that the information provided was useful, and you are now ready to remove Webbora from your computer. There are two ways you can delete this infection: one way is to use our manual removal guide provided at the bottom of this article. The second one is using a malware scanner that will automatically remove Webbora and any other infection that might be residing on your PC.
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