- Will change your homepage
- Shows commercial adverts
- Cant change my homepage
- Annoying Pop-up's
Live Player 3.2
These days Internet provides you all the means of entertainment you might want. Take Live Player 3.2 Toolbar for example – this browser plugin allows you to stream live TV, radio and even SHOUTCast videos on your PC. Naturally, the functionality of this toolbar cannot be questioned, but it is still important to emphasize that computer security experts recommend removing Live Player 3.2 Toolbar from your system. Why is that? The answer is that Live Player 3.2 Toolbar may be related to malware distribution. Naturally, the plugin is not directly associated with cyber threats, but there could be certain security risks related to this extension, and you definitely cannot overlook it.
There are two basic ways for you to install Live Player 3.2 Toolbar onto your PC. One, you can download the plugin from the official website at live-player.com. Two, the plugin can come bundled with freeware applications from third party websites. Downloading a software application from unreliable source often ends up in additional software installation that you simply overlook. Therefore, if you think that Live Player 3.2 Toolbar took over your browser and your default search engine, you better think again – perhaps you went through a shareware game installation automatically and did not see that you installed Live Player 3.2 Toolbar along with the program you have downloaded?
Although Live Player 3.2 Toolbar is not a computer infection it is still a rather annoying application, especially as it is responsible for a series of commercial ads that appear on your browser whenever you access the Internet. You have to be careful about clicking on these ads, because some of them may contain outgoing links to malicious websites. It is a straight path to a malware infection, and if you want to prevent anything like that from happening, first and foremost, you need to remove Live Player 3.2 Toolbar ASAP. Luckily, it is not hard to remove Live Player 3.2 Toolbar on your own, because the toolbar has a Control Panel entry. Simply follow the instructions below to terminate the plugin and restore your browser settings.
Manual Live Player 3.2 Toolbar Removal
Windows Vista & Windows 7
How to restore browser settings
When you are done with manual removal run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner, because there may be other potentially unwanted programs on your PC that you need to remove as soon as possible. Do all it takes to safeguard your system against possible infections.