[ad_1] HD Video Player PUP is a potentially unwanted program that in itself is not malicious, but if installed indicates that you most likely have malware or other potentially uwnanted programs installed as well. This video player is promoted through web sites that pretend to be updates for Adobe Flash Player. When you install the
[ad_1] SecureDossier is a PUP that is promoted through web sites that advertise a different program, but when downloaded and installed, users will be greeted by the SecureDossier program instead. When installed, this program will configure itself to start automatically and will offer users the ability to clean up cookies and perform other system maintenance.
[ad_1] AppMaster is an adware program that is installed along with other programs. When installed, it will periodically display desktop poups for unwanted extension or ads.adware, or unwanted programs onto a computer. When running, it will appear in the Task Manager as appmaster.exe and will read its configuration from the %UserProfile%AppDataRoamingAppMasterpref.txt file. How was AppMaster
[ad_1] AppSync is a potentially unwanted program that installs programs on to your computer. These programs include other adware, unwanted extensions, and potentially more malicious malware. When running, it will appear in the Task Manager as appsync.exe. This PUP does not include its own uninstall method and need to manually remove it. How was AppSync
[ad_1] Zip Cruncher is a potentially unwanted program that claims it is a ZIP archive utility, but also installs unwanted extensions, adware, or unwanted programs onto a computer. Programs that are installed include are adware program called AppMaster and AppSync, and the Normandoh.com hijackers for Internet Explorer and Edge. How was Zip Cruncher installed on