WNet is a clone of the infamous advertisement-supported programs SaveSys and BRApp. All three of these applications have been published by BR SOFTWARE LLC, but none of them have official websites for representation. Our malware researchers suggest that these applications are distributed with software bundles, and this is far from ideal. WNet could come bundled with more adware and undesirable programs. The worst part is that these programs could be presented as highly beneficial and reliable, which is why computer users install this software without thinking it through. Unfortunately, as a result of such reckless behavior, they need to delete WNet and then remove other unreliable programs.
The removal of WNet is most likely to be a problem for Brazilians, because this application displays banner advertisements in Portuguese. The distributors of WNet will probably record your IP address to make sure that you live in Brazil before the installer is presented to you. If you have downloaded the program, it is most likely that you have not researched it much; otherwise, you would know that it is unreliable and deserving of removal. Unfortunately, many computer users who encounter adware are mesmerized by the initial promises and they think that there is no harm in trying out freeware. Of course, we would not urge you to remove WNet unless we were sure that it is risky to trust its services.
The reason why the suspicious WNet requires removal is because it can communicate with untrustworthy adware servers and display unreliable ads. Even though WNet itself cannot redirect you to third-party sites without permission, it could be held responsible for presenting misleading offers. If you interact with misleading ads, you will be routed to third-party sites, and not all of these sites are trustworthy. What is the worst case scenario? You could be tricked into downloading malware and exposing private information. If you have already interacted with these ads, it is not enough to remove WNet. You also need to inspect your operating system to find out which other threats await removal. Of course, you must delete ALL threats.
Most users should delete WNet using the manual removal instructions right below. In some cases, certain files associated with this adware could be left behind. Needless to say, all component associated with malware could be dangerous and, therefore, require removal. If you cannot remove WNet or other malicious programs from your PC manually, you need to find an alternative, and, according to our malware researchers, automatic malware removal software is the best alternative.
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