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Danger level 7
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application
Common infection symptoms:
  • Installs itself without permissions
  • Slow internet connection
  • Annoying Pop-up's

InboxAce Toolbar

If you are using Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox to browse the Internet perhaps you have encountered a browser plugin that offers you instant email access – InboxAce Toolbar. This toolbar provides direct link to Gmail, hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, AOL and even Facebook direct messages, so if you install the plugin on your browser; all the email notifications are directly delivered into the toolbar. It is definitely useful if you have more than one email account in different domains, but general warning remains – InboxAce Toolbar is a potentially unwanted program that could cause various security risks, so you should remove InboxAce Toolbar from your PC to prevent possible malware infections.

The main reason why you should be weary of InboxAce Toolbar is My Web Search. My Web Search is a search engine that is often mentioned in articles about browser hijackers. The thing is that, InboxAce Toolbar comes bundled with additional installation files for home page and search engine modification. That is to say, if you install the full setup for InboxAce Toolbar, your home page changes to either My Web Search (home.mywebsearch.com) or Ask (home.tb.ask.com). Keep in mind that InboxAce Toolbar does not hijack your browser – the toolbar installation requires user intervention. Therefore, even if you do not download InboxAce Toolbar from its official website, and the toolbar comes bundled with freeware from third party websites, you are still the one who installs the toolbar along with all of its components.

The default home page change presents the highest security risk, because both search engines display commercial advertisements. These advertisements are usually embedded by third party websites, and neither My Web Search nor Ask Search reviews the ads before adding them into their home page. As a result, the websites related to InboxAce Toolbar can be exploited by cyber criminals to deliver ads that contain links to malicious websites. Not to mention that the plugin may slow down your browser by absorbing your system resources.

The bottom line is that, even though the extension in question is not a computer virus, it is highly recommended to remove InboxAce Toolbar from your computer to make sure that no potentially dangerous programs enter your PC.

Manual InboxAce Toolbar Removal

Windows 8

  1. Move mouse cursor to the bottom right corner.
  2. Click Settings and select Control Panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program and remove InboxAce Internet Explorer Toolbar & InboxAce Firefox Toolbar.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove InboxAce Internet Explorer Toolbar & InboxAce Firefox Toolbar.

Windows Xp

  1. Open Start menu and go to Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall InboxAce Internet Explorer Toolbar & InboxAce Firefox Toolbar.

Restore browser settings

Internet Explorer

  1. Press Alt+X and go to Internet options.
  2. Open General tab and change your home page address. Press OK.
  3. Press Alt+X and click Manage add-ons.
  4. Click Search Providers on the left.
  5. Set a new defaults search engine and remove My Web Search or Ask Web Search.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Firefox button and click Options.
  2. Open General tab and enter a new home page address. Click OK.
  3. Click search engine icon on the left of the search box (top right corner).
  4. Select Manage search engines from drop-down menu.
  5. Remove My Web Search or Ask Web Search from the list and click OK.

Eventually, once you are done with the manual removal, run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner. It will allow you to check whether your system has any other potentially dangerous programs installed, and you will be able to remove any threats if necessary.

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How to manually remove InboxAce Toolbar

Files associated with InboxAce Toolbar infection:

InboxAce.exe

InboxAce Toolbar processes to kill:

InboxAce.exe
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Comments

  1. curtisadams Jun 8, 2014

    iwill like remove inboxace

  2. Okello Apr 27, 2015

    Please REMOVE Inboxace from my system. Thanks.

  3. Barbara Hedges Sep 3, 2015

    Please remove inboxace from my computer. Downloaded in error.

  4. Barbara Hedges Sep 3, 2015

    Please REMOVE Inboxace from my system.Thanks

  5. Dave Evans Sep 28, 2015

    inboxace seems to be slowing down my computor.Please remove it.

  6. Dave Evans Sep 28, 2015

    Please remove inboxace from my computor.

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