Category Archives: Adware

Remove GubedZL.dll


What is GubedZL.dll?

GubedZL.dll is a file you will find on your computer if a browser hijacker is present on your computer. It basically helps the hijacker perform as it should. Browser hijackers are not malicious but they are highly irritating. They enter computers using the bundling method, which means that the hijacker was attached to some sort of free software. You, essentially, allowed the hijacker to install yourself. It will alter your browser’s settings and attempt to redirect you to sponsored web pages so that it could generate pay-per-click revenue for those sites. You will be taken to all sorts of weird websites. What you should be careful of when dealing with hijackers is encountering malware. While the hijacker itself is not dangerous, it could lead you to malicious sites and you might end up with a malicious virus. We suggest you remove GubedZL.dll. Continue reading

Remove Gubed.exe


What is Gubed.exe?

Gubed.exe is an adware application that will cause numerous browsing interruptions. Because adware works silently, usually, users are not even aware that their computer has been infected. Or some might even think that malware has entered their computer as the never-ending pop-up advertisements can be quite alarming. However, adware is not malicious. It will not harm your computer directly but it will expose you to a huge amount of advertisements. Continue reading

Winarcher – How to remove?


About Winarcher

Winarcher is an adware application that you accidentally installed onto your computer. It was attached to free software that you installed, and because you did not notice it, it was allowed to install. If you experience pop-ups ads, you might be alarmed into thinking your computer has been infected with a dangerous virus. That is not the case. Adware is not considered to be malicious nor will it harm your computer directly. What it aims to do is generate income from pay-per-click. However, it might expose you to malicious content. You could end up encountering a malicious computer virus if you are not careful. Or you may give out your personal information to questionable third-parties. To protect your computer, we suggest you uninstall Winarcher adware as soon as possible. Continue reading

UC Browser – How to remove?


What is UCBrowser?

UC Browser is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that may have entered your computer via software bundles. It is a browser that will expose you to various kinds of advertisements and lead you to questionable websites. It might have suddenly appeared on your computer and set itself as your default browser. Many users find themselves struggling to delete UC Browser from their computers as it can be quite sneaky. But a good removal tool should be able to take care of UC Browser removal for you. If it managed to enter your computer, you need to learn how to install free software properly, as you allowed this PUP to enter yourself. UC Browser might expose you to dubious content and you could end up infecting your computer with malware. We strongly suggest you take the time to remove UC Browser. Continue reading Redirect – How to remove?


What is

bet365.comĀ is the domain you will be redirected to if you have an adware application on your computer. Adware can get into computers using software bundles and usually users are not even aware of its existence. The most telling sign is the never-ending pop-ups leading to, in this particular case, Adware is not malicious. It will not harm your computer, besides slowing it down and making your browsers crash more often. Sometimes adware can expose users to malware but this adware should not do that. It primarily aims to make pay-per-click revenue by redirecting you to In other words, it is useless to you and will only disrupt your browsing. Delete Continue reading

Remove WinSnare


About WinSnare

WinSnare is a potentially unwanted program (PUP) that has infiltrated your computer along with free software. According to specialists, this PUP collects data about you and then transfers it to a remote server. You might not even know you have this PUP on your system as there are no obvious signs of an infection. If you run a system scan with a reliable anti-malware program and this PUP is detected, remove WinSnare as soon as possible. The worrying thing is that you yourself installed this program onto your computer, and that means you need to develop new installation habits as soon as possible. Also, keep in mind that this unwanted program has nothing to do with Snare, the legitimate program developed by InterSect Alliance International Pty Ltd. And do not forget that you need to uninstall WinSnare immediately. Continue reading