It is important to remain attentive when you browse the internet to avoid such programs as Wisen Wizard. Although its title makes it sound like an extremely useful application, the truth is that it is nothing but an adware program that installs an extension on your browser and then generates dozens of annoying pop-ups that might also expose you to various computer system threats. Before any of that happens, you should uninstall Wisen Wizard from your computer, because this application is more troublesome than useful.
At first it may seem that there is nothing wrong with Wisen Wizard, especially as you can read more on this program at wisenwizard.net; however, the download link at the official website is dead. In other words, you are redirected to a blank page and the download itself is not initiated. Nevertheless, Wisen Wizard has an efficient distribution method that works just fine, despite the fact that the official website is left unfinished.
Wisen Wizard comes from a group of adware applications that are distributed via bundled software downloads from third party websites. The same method was applied to Cling Clang, LemurLeap, Surftastic and other applications. If the application is included in the setup file of a third party program, you install it automatically along with the program is has arrived with. According to our computer security research experts, Wisen Wizard can be bundled with AwesomeHP, Desk365, Bubble Dock and other applications. Desk365 is a potentially unwanted application which users install on their computer themselves, but as far as AwesomeHP is concerned, it is a browser hijacker and most of the time it enters the system without your permission.
Therefore, considering its associations, you should not allow Wisen Wizard to remain on your PC. Not to mention that the program itself is vulnerable enough to be a target for malicious exploitation. It is not that rare for adware applications to get exploited by malevolent third parties for various marketing schemes and even malware distribution. Since Wisen Wizard displays a lot of pop-ups and legally it is not responsible for their content, there is a chance to get exposed to corrupted content via commercial advertisements.
For example, if a pop-up gets embedded with an outgoing link to a corrupted website, and you accidentally click it, it might result in malware infection. More often than not, such applications as Wisen Wizard are used in shady marketing schemes, so if you want to avoid any type of risky activity, it is necessary to remove Wisen Wizard right now. After manual removal scan the PC with SpyHunter free scanner, because you are bound to have other potentially unwanted applications on board. Invest in a computer security tool if need be.
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