Remove Malware (PUP)

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The website does not promote legitimate services. This page is the face of a PUP (Potentially Unwanted Program). If it pops up on your screen, if you see adverts by it, or if you notice changes in your browser, prepare for trouble. The PUP lurks in the shadows of your system. The parasite pretends to be a genuine app so you would install and keep it. Don’t do it. The PUP is definitely unwanted. It is a complete and utter menace. Once it gets on your system, hell rises. The parasite interferes with your every online action. It bombards you with various adverts. The PUP displays pop-up, in-text, and banner adverts. It floods your browser with advertisements. When you click on the ads, the parasite gets paid. Yet, you might refuse to do so. Especially if the ads are not appealing. The PUP has a solution to that. It opens your web browser to surveillance and targeted ads. The parasite studies your browsing habits and uses the collected data against you. It records and analyzes your every online action. On paper, if you enter “sneakers” into a search engine, the PUP would display adverts for sports shoes. In practice, however, it floods you with unverified adverts. You cannot expect the PUP to redirect you to legitimate websites. This parasite gets paid to promote, not to guarantee your security. The PUP displays third-party content. It redirects your traffic to unknown, suspicious, and, sometimes, dangerous, pages. The parasite is quite hazardous. The more time it spends on your computer, the more likely it is to cause harm. Do not risk it! Do what’s best for you and your system’s well-being; remove the PUP for good!


How did I get infected with

The PUP uses trickery to reach its victims. It pretends to be a legitimate application with useful functions. The parasite has an official website and download, yet, chances are that you were surprised when you discovered the PUP installed on your OS. You are not the only one! The parasite uses camouflage and sneaks behind your back. This parasite hides in the shadows and waits for you to let your guard down. It lurks behind software bundles, torrents, spam messages, and fake updates. These methods deliver the parasite to your system. That’s all they do! They don’t install it. Only you can do that. Only you can let the PUP on board. If you do not pay attention to the fine print, however, you might give the PUP the green light it needs. To succeed, the PUP needs one moment of carelessness. Do not make its job easier. No anti-virus app can protect you if you act recklessly. Choose caution over carelessness. One keeps the parasites away, the other – invites them in. Take the time to do your due diligence. Don’t visit shady websites. Download files from reliable sources only. When available, use the advanced/custom setup option. And, of course, don’t skip the terms and conditions.

Why is dangerous?

The PUP has no place on your system. This parasite has no real value. It cannot benefit your browsing experience. Quite the contrary: it ruins everything. The parasite doesn’t miss a chance to interfere with your web browsing. It doesn’t matter whether you type a search query or watch an online video, the PUP is always there to annoy you. It covers your screen with ads every time you as much as touch your browser. Its aggressive advertising strategies, though, are not harmless. You face a plethora of problems. You might experience minor issues like system underperformance and browser crashes, but you also face security and privacy issues. The PUP monitors your browsing-related data and shares the collected information with third parties. Do you think that ends well? Every bit of information can be used against you. Numerous crooks use PUP parasites to target potential victims. They create customized adverts based on the collected data. The crooks show you what you want to see, but when you click, bad things happen. And it’s not just that. The crooks also set up phony websites and use the PUP to redirect your browser to them. Do you feel safe knowing that the PUP can redirect you to deceptive and potentially corrupted pages? Don’t test your luck. Your best course of action is the immediate removal of the PUP!

How Can I Remove

If you perform exactly the steps below you should be able to remove the infection. Please, follow the procedures in the exact order. Please, consider to print this guide or have another computer at your disposal. You will NOT need any USB sticks or CDs.

  • Open your task Manager by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+ESC keys simultaneously
  • Locate the process of and kill it


  • Open your windows registry editor by typing”regedit” in the windows search box

Navigate to (Depending on your OS version)

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] or
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run] or

and delete the display Name:

Simultaneously press the Windows Logo Button and then “R” to open the Run Command

Type “Appwiz.cpl

Locate the program and click on uninstall/change. To facilitate the search you can sort the programs by date. Review the most recent installed programs first. In general you should remove all unknown programs.

Navigate to C:/Program Files and delete folder. Double check with any antimalware program for any leftovers. Keep your software up-to date!

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