Outobox

Outobox is not the application you want running on your browsers. You may have acquired the tool from outobox.net or it may have been attached to Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer browsers after installing bundled software. Either way, the application should be handled carefully because in most cases it has been noticed to act like an advertisement-supported program. Even though on the official page it is suggested that the advertisements are presented by the plugin itself, in the Privacy Policy it is clearly stated that some of the pop-ups are supported by third parties. This is a good enough reason to remove Outobox from the operating system and the browsers right away. Before you begin with the rest of the article please see an expert from the Privacy Policy:

Third parties that support the Software by serving advertisements or providing other services […] may also use cookies, pixels and other tracking and data collection technologies described above to collect user information.

The same statement can be linked to Glindorous, Buzzsearch, BatBrowse and tens of other similar web browser plugins. All of these are presented in a similar manner and our researchers do not recommend trusting any of them. These advertisement supported programs can spy on your virtual activity, employ data-tracking cookies and other technologies just to figure out your interests and habits. We have no doubts that it is clear for you why this is important to Outobox creators and affiliate parties. The main objective behind the collection of this sensitive information is to target you with specific, potentially falsely alluring advertisements.

You should ignore all of the reappearing advertisements linked to Outobox, especially if the program has been infiltrated illegally. If this is the case, spyware researchers recommend that you act cautiously with any unfamiliar programs running on the system. It is possible that when installing bundled software or exposing other Windows security vulnerabilities more dangerous threats could have entered the system. Some of them could even be greatly dangerous!

As soon as you discover all of the potentially unwanted programs and malware running on the PC, which you can do with the assistance of a reliable malware scanner, you should delete the threat from your operating system. All Windows users are recommended to use SpyHunter, an automatic malware remover which doubles up as a legitimate Windows security tool as well. If you are not interested in keeping your virtual privacy protected you may follow the manual removal instructions presented below.

Remove Outbox

Remove from Windows XP:

  1. Navigate to the Task Bar and click Start to open a menu.
  2. Click Control Panel to open the Windows utilities menu.
  3. Double-click Add or Remove Programs and Remove the undesirable software.

Remove from Windows Vista and Windows 7:

  1. Open the Start menu (on the Task Bar) and click Control Panel.
  2. Move to Uninstall a program to find the applications you have installed on the PC.
  3. Right-click the one you wish to delete from the system and click Uninstall.

Remove from Windows 8:

  1. In the Metro UI start menu right-click on the background and select All apps.
  2. Go to Control Panel and then click Uninstall a program.
  3. To delete the undesirable application right-click it and select Uninstall.
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Danger level 8
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Cant change my homepage
  • Annoying Pop-up's

How to manually remove Outobox

Files associated with Outobox infection:

updateoutobox.exe
outobox1120.exe

Outobox processes to kill:

updateoutobox.exe
outobox1120.exe
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