Use Google Chrome Cleanup Tool to Remove Threats from Your Web Browser

Use Google Chrome Cleanup Tool to Remove Threats from Your Web Browser

Online users whose Google Chrome web browser has been hijacked, taken over by adware, or crashes due to malicious toolbars and malware, are asked to use a tool called Chrome Cleanup Tool to remove all of those threats. The Google Chrome Cleanup Tool is an application that will scan and remove software that may cause problems with Chrome, such as crashes, unusual startup pages or toolbars, unexpected ads you can't get rid of, or otherwise changing your browsing experience.

Chrome Cleanup Tool is available only for Microsoft Windows 7 operating system and higher versions. Click the following link to download, install, scan and remove all threats that are preventing your Chrome browser from operating the way it should:

It is recommended that Google Chrome users use the Chrome Cleanup Tool to scan their computers for threats at least once per month, even if they have not noticed anything unusual or suspicious while using the Google Chrome web browser.

Below is a list of adware, malware, malicious toolbars, malicious software and other potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) that the Chrome Cleanup Tool will remove:

  • BrowseFox
  • PullUpdate
  • Vitruvian
  • V-Bates
  • SearchProtect
  • SupTab
  • MySearchDial
  • SaveSense
  • Price Meter
  • Sputnik/Guard
  • Conduit Toolbars, Community Alerts & ValueApps
  • Wajam
  • Multiplug
  • Shopper Pro
  • Stormwatch
  • SmartBar
  • Dealply
  • SmartWeb
  • MySearch123
  • AdPea
  • Etranslator
  • CouponMarvel
  • PriceFountain
  • Techsnab
  • Colisi
  • BrApp
  • LuckyTab
  • OneCall
  • Crossrider
  • Eorezo
  • Consumer Input
  • Content Defender
  • Movie Dea

Above list of malware or adware should never be installed by online users because they will hijack their web browser, use up your computer resources which will cause your computer to slow down or even crash. They may also steal your personal information and may redirect you to phishing websites that steal financial information and online account credentials. Also, they may redirect you to malicious websites that will infect your computer with more adware, malware or computer viruses.

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