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Skype Virus Removal Guide

Skype Virus is a destructive infection that relies on the name of the reputable messaging application Skype to spread other nasty infections. This particular virus has been created by cybercriminals and its purpose is to deceive users and make them download other dangerous viruses on their computers. The Skype Virus’ real name is Skype_Worm_Im [Backdoor IRC (snk). As we already mentioned, the virus in question aims at tricking users into downloading various harmful infections, such as malware, spyware, scamware, and

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SupraSavings Removal Guide

SupraSavings is another adware application that will constantly display various advertisements on your screen. Keep in mind that the program will enter your computer without your permission. The ads that will be presented to you will be marked as “brought by SupraSavings” or “ads by SupraSavings”. It is certainly not recommended to keep this application on your computer because apart from displaying irritating ads, it can also disrupt the performance of your browser. Moreover, it will make your system vulnerable

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PUP.Optional.Babsolution.A Removal Guide

You may notice the PUP.Optional.Babsolution.A notification displayed by your security program if a potentially unwanted application or a virus are running on your computer. The purpose of the notification is to let users know about the existence of dangerous threats on their PCs. Even though the antivirus application you use may not detect any infections, you could be using some unsafe programs. If this is the case, it is best to acquire a reputable and powerful security tool that will

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Iminent Search Removal Guide

Iminent Search is said to be a legitimate toolbar which has been created to provide computer users an accurate service. The problem is that if you install this browser add-on on your computer, you might put the system in danger. This is due to the ability of Iminent Search to redirect you to potentially corrupted websites. These websites may infect your PC with different kinds of viruses. In this way, cyber criminals will be able to obtain all of your

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Iminent Community Toolbar Removal Guide

Iminent Community Toolbar is a browser add-on that enters your system via other free applications which computer users download from questionable sources. For that reason, the extension is classified as a potentially unwanted program which you should not keep on your PC. Most often, Iminent Community Toolbar infiltrates your computer without your knowledge, thus sometimes you may not even notice it. Once installed on your PC, the add-on instantly changes some of your browser’s settings. Then, the application can easily

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Rocket-find.com Removal Guide

Rocket-find.com is a browser add-on that was created to advertise products and services provided from third-party websites. Practically, Rocket-find.com is a website itself which redirects computer users to unfamiliar and suspicious web pages with the only purpose to increase the traffic to these pages. Unfortunately, in this way various malicious infections might enter your system, thus taking such risk is definitely not recommended. In order to protect your computer from invasive programs, you should use a legitimate anti-virus program and

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GetSavin Ads Removal Guide

GetSavin Ads is another browser add-on which provides computer users with various information on deals, discounts, and shopping coupons. When the program is installed on your PC, GetSavin becomes your default search engine and starts displaying numerous pop-up advertisements. Also, by being your default search engine, the program will manage all of the searches you perform and will often redirect you to questionable websites. GetSavin Ads can be downloaded from its official website getsavin.com. However, there is another way for

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Relevant Knowledge Removal Guide

Relevant Knowledge is a program classified as a potentially unwanted one despite the fact that it is actually a genuine application. It is considered to be undesirable because it gathers information about users’ web usage. Actually, all the application really does is to collect data and to provide users with online surveys. Even though the collected information is non-personally identifiable and is only for research purposes, the application is best not to be trusted because it is not clear what

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Feven 1.8 Removal Guide

Feven 1.8 has been classified as adware due to its ability to generate various advertisements while shopping online, which makes it a potentially unwanted program. The official website of the application states that it can offer deals on over a thousand online shopping pages. It means that Feven is supposed to provide you with coupons that will help you save money when shopping from pages like Amazon, Best Buy, Walmart, etc., which can be certainly useful for you. However, the

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Quick Start Removal Guide

Quick Start is another potentially unwanted program promoted at the Google Chrome web store, though it is mostly distributed via bundled software. The program usually arrives bundled with browser hijackers, such as awesomehp.com, websearches.com, qone8.com, key-find.com, and sweet-pages.com. Luckily, Quick Start can easily be uninstalled like all the other potentially unwanted programs. This advertisement supported application gets installed as a browser extension and only affects two of the most popular web browsers – Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. It is