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

NewSaver

NewSaver is a browser application which you should be able to download from newsaver.info. Despite this, the browser extension is presented in a very strange manner. It is indicated that the program can help you find online deals and that way save money; however, if you click the Download button you get routed to the Google Chrome web store where the application is not even available yet. It would seem as if the add-on can only be installed on Chrome; however, if you click the Uninstall link presented on the official website you are presented with the manual NewSaver removal instructions which are meant to help you delete the program from Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers as well.

As our researchers have discovered, the suspicious NewSaver is represented in the same manner as 50Coupons at 50coupons.info. It has also been discovered that it works similarly or exactly like BitSaver (bitsaver.info) as well. These browser applications are not considered to be reliable, and we do not recommended running them if you manage to complete their installation. Do you know why exactly these extensions are considered to be unreliable and why it is best to have NewSaver deleted? It is because these add-ons can track your personal information and even share it with third parties. Please see an excerpt from the Privacy Policy found at newsaver.info:

The plugin and other services collect and stores information concerning the web pages you visit and your activity on those pages, such as impressions, clicks and search terms. In some cases, information collected by the plugin and other services may be personally identifiable, and in some cases information […] may be used or shared with third parties for purposes of displaying targeted advertisements promotional and marketing material to you.

If the clandestine NewSaver has been installed onto the PC bundled with other software, you certainly should delete it from the system right away. The extension is affiliated to various unreliable parties (e.g. DropinSavings) who could access the collected information. Do you want to have your browsers flooded with various online advertisements which could potentially lead you to unreliable sources? If you do not want this happening we recommend that you sever any ties with unreliable parties and delete NewSaver from all corrupted web browsers.

Do you run Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer browsers altogether? Then there is a chance that the undesirable plugin has been installed on all of them. You can follow the instructions below to have NewSaver deleted manually. Do you know the risks involved with this task? If you do not delete all components related to this adware, it could continue displaying advertisements whenever you launch your browsers. What is more, these instructions will not help you delete other unwanted software or protect the operating system. Therefore, we recommend using automatic malware removal software.

How to remove NewSaver?

Remove from Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+F.
  2. Move to Tools and then click Extensions.
  3. Click the recycle bin placed next to the undesirable plugin.
  4. Select Remove and restart the browser.

Remove from Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Alt+T.
  2. Select Manage Add-ons and then Toolbars and Extensions.
  3. Disable undesirable plugins, click Close and restart the browser.

Remove from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and simultaneously tap Ctrl+Shift+A.
  2. In the Add-ons Manager click Extensions and Remove the unwanted program.
  3. Restart the browser.
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How to manually remove NewSaver

Files associated with NewSaver infection:

MVRnGr.dll
T2JxmMPr6.x64.dll
mhBvjUA.dll
__3MvxKVl.dll
RocZNDOu.x64.dll
EeCbgMDaA_.dll

NewSaver DLL's to remove:

T2JxmMPr6.x64.dll
__3MvxKVl.dll
MVRnGr.dll
EeCbgMDaA_.dll
mhBvjUA.dll
RocZNDOu.x64.dll
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Comments

  1. John Jan 11, 2014

    Whenever I delete the extension and close the browse it comes back. I never downloaded it in the first place, a Trojan brought it with it.

  2. Corey Jan 17, 2014

    The same thing is happening to me as it is to John. So annoyed.

  3. Scott Jan 18, 2014

    I, too, am experiencing the same issue as John. I click to remove it, and it does not actually remove the extension.

  4. stuart@kuzminsky Feb 10, 2014

    NNewSavear is the name I see in the Chrome extensions. It's behavior is the same as I see above. Deleteing the extension helps until the next reboot.
    Utubenoaads needs to be deleted from installed programs too. As does something I can't find in the startup.cmd

  5. jorge Feb 16, 2014

    help!

    there isnt even a trash button beside the utubenoaads in the extension page!
    (in chrome). there are for the rest of my extensions, but not for that one.

  6. Donna Feb 2, 2015

    I had the same problem, every time I restarted, it would appear again, even after I ran multiple malware/adware scans. Apparently things like Java and Adobe updates (fake ones) can include this so it stays on your computer. I deleted my Adobe flash player and reinstalled it again from a reliable source and that worked. It was really annoying so I hope this can help a bit, although I know virtually nothing about computers!

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