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When searching for unfamiliar or unknown toolbars on the Internet, it is not unusual to find numerous hits from untrustworthy and scam sites which mis-classify detections or provide misleading information. This is deliberately done more as a scam to entice folks into buying an advertised fix or removal tool. In some cases if the fix is a free download, users may be enticed to download dubious software, malicious files or even be redirected to a malicious web site. In other cases you are referred to contact the site's Tech Support for assistance which is only provided for a fee and many times the actual amount is not disclosed until after you have committed yourself. The scammers may even talk you into giving them remote access to your computer (and by extension, all your private data and personal information). Do not follow such advice or download any removal tools from unknown or untrusted web sites.
If you notice a new program installed or toolbar findout more about it by searching it.
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Posted 11 August 2015 - 04:36 PM
very nyc and informative article ...
Thanks and regards
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