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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts

Adware.PowerOffer

Adware.PowerOffer is a suspicious advertisement-supported application which is meant to flood your web browsers with supposedly beneficial and reliable online offers. As it is indicated on the official page software.poweroffer.net, the application is available for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera users. It is stated that the program not only can present you with advertisements, it can also enhance your web searches. According to the promotion of the product, Power Offer can present you with the best results for your search. All you have to do is install the application, allow it to collect information regarding your browsing sessions and then present you with supposedly beneficial deals. To some of you all of this may seem too good to be true and you are right. Windows security experts recommend that you delete Adware.PowerOffer from the operating Windows system because this application may cause more harm than good. Please continue reading to learn more.

As you may know already, PowerOffer is supposed to present you with coupons, discounts and special offers. Have you already faced these popping up on your browser screen? These pop-ups are meant to show up on your screen whenever you are browsing the web. In most cases, the represented offers may be extremely interesting to you because the application runs a number of suspicious files which work to find out your virtual preferences and habits, as well as recent search history. These files can be discovered under %PROGRAMFILES%, %WINDIR% and %LOCALAPPDATA%. Our researchers have revealed that infoaux.exe, MPKView.exe, ssadl.exe, PrivitizeVPN_1.0.0.5_install_config.exe and a few other files which you can see in the list below all belong to Adware.PowerOffer. These files can update the plugin and help collect information.

The suspicious application has been developed by an Italian company and so its Privacy Policy is represented in Italian only. This is quite suspicious because the add-on itself is promoted in English and a few other languages. Needless to say, this means that many PowerOffer users do not familiarize themselves with these policies. This is a big mistake because the document could reveal that the application is linked to suspicious third-party activity, something which may push you to remove Adware.PowerOffer right away. Do you know who supports the adverts, coupons and other pop-ups bombarding your screen? It is possible that you cannot trust these parties and so you should remove the advertisements coming your way.

In order to delete Adware.PowerOffer pop-ups you need to remove the program itself. The removal of this application is not difficult, and you can use the manual removal instructions below. Nonetheless, if you do not want to worry about having to delete undesirable computer programs in the future – install authentic Windows security software. It will save you time and protect you against serious virtual risks.

Delete PowerOffer

Delete from Windows XP:

  1. Click the Start icon located on the left of the Task Bar.
  2. Select Control Panel and then Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Choose the unwanted application and click Remove.

Delete from Windows Vista and Windows 7:

  1. Open the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Move to Uninstall a program and right-click the application you wish to remove.
  3. Select Uninstall to get rid of the undesirable program.

Delete from Windows 8:

  1. Right-click on the background of the Metro UI start screen.
  2. Select All apps, click Control Panel and then Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the application you want removed and select Uninstall.
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How to manually remove Adware.PowerOffer

Files associated with Adware.PowerOffer infection:

ssadp.exe
ssadl.exe
Pos.exe
PrivitizeVPN_1.0.0.5_install_config.exe
infoaux.exe
MPKView.exe
ssadl.exe
ssro.exe
ssupd.exe
ssadp.exe
PrivitizeVPN_1.0.0.5_install_config.exe
ssupd.exe
ssro.exe
ServiceUpd.exe
MPKView.exe
infoaux.exe

Adware.PowerOffer processes to kill:

infoaux.exe
PrivitizeVPN_1.0.0.5_install_config.exe
MPKView.exe
ssro.exe
ssadl.exe
PrivitizeVPN_1.0.0.5_install_config.exe
infoaux.exe
MPKView.exe
ssadl.exe
ssro.exe
ssupd.exe
ssadp.exe
Pos.exe
ServiceUpd.exe
ssadp.exe
ssupd.exe
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