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Potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) are usually installed legitimately as a part of another program, but often contain adware or spyware, install ad-supported toolbars or have other unclear objectives. PUPs may compromise privacy or weaken your computer's security.

SPug.txt Malware

SPug.txt Malware Remove (Removal Guide) – Update August 2017

SPug.txt is a PUP that enters computers sneakily, mostly via bundles. Thus, when downloading and installing a program, this adware may be bond with the app you need. Once installed it...
Chroomium Browser Adware

Remove Chroomium Browser (Virus Removal Guide)

Chroomium Browser is a potentially unwanted program (or PUP) that was mainly developed with a purpose of monetizing web traffic. It's similar to eFast, Chedot, and Tortuga, and countless amounts of...
Win32/SupTab!blnk Virus

Remove Win32/SupTab!blnk Virus (Removal Guide) – Update August 2017

Once your computer is targeted by this PUP, your computer will finish by having to deal with plenty of other unwanted programs: the initial threat will open the access to the...
Ask.com Malware

Ask.com Malware Remove (Removal Guide) – Update July 2017

Ask.com can be classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). This kind of software will change your browser settings without giving you an ability to revert it, and it will also...
Amigo Browser Potential Unwanted Program

Amigo Browser PUP Remove (Removal Guide) – July 2017

Amigo Browser is a potentially unwanted program originating from Russia. It appears as a legitimate Internet browser, but keep in mind that it can also infect your computer with various types...
eFast Browser Malware

eFast Browser Malware Remove (Removal Guide) – July 2017

eFast Browser is a potentially unwanted program presented as an enhanced Internet browser. It may seem legitimate at first, but you should know that it was primarily created to bring profits...
Window Common Manager

Window Common Manager Remove (Virus Removal Guide) – Update July 2017

Window Common Manager is classified as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP) because it's not really a virus, but it doesn't do anything useful either. So it's exactly that - a program...