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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission
  • Installs itself without permissions

DownSave

DownSave is one of those adware applications that may not seem dangerous at first glance, but it can sure give you a run for your money. Adware applications are there to generate financial profits for their creators, so if you click on any DownSave pop-up, you will most likely be redirected to commercial or adware-supported website that intends to increase its traffic count to generate more financial revenue. It is necessary to remove DownSave from your computer, because adware applications present an entire list of potential security risks and vulnerabilities which you need to avoid.

There is not much known about DownSave. It is clear that it is an adware application that projects an image of a useful browser plug-in that can help you save money when you shop online. However, there is no website and no direct download link for DownSave. Our security researchers suggest that downsafe.info might be the application’s possible domain, but the website does not function properly. That leads us to conclude that DownSave is distributed bundled with freeware applications.

According to our research, DownSave makes use of JustPlug.It extension engine and InstalleRex-WebPick installer. This piece of information puts DownSave into the same category as BestSaveForYou or AllCheapPrice adware applications. These are coupon family adware programs that tend to generate their names at random upon the installation. DownSave is of no exception – upon the installation it may also randomly generate its name (e.g. DoWnnSavee). What is more, it installs extension to all main browsers, including Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer.

With the extensions installed, DownSave starts collecting data on your web browsing habits and then it displays various commercial ads and shopping suggestions when you access online stores. Computer security experts warn that not all pop-ups and shopping suggestions can be trusted, because DownSave relies on third party advertising network to generate these pop-ups, and it cannot be held responsible for the third party pop-up content security.

You need to remove DownSave from your PC as soon as possible to avoid any potential safety risks. What is more, you need to avoid download freeware applications that might be bundled with DownSave. This application is known to be travelling mostly with fake Adobe Flash and Java updates installers. Thus, if you must update your video player or download a particular upgrade, make sure you download it at an official website.

It is easy to uninstall DownSave via Control Panel. Manual removal automatically deletes the extension from your browser as well. However, since this application seldom travels alone, be sure to check your PC for other potentially unwanted programs by scanning it with SpyHunter free scanner. You can also leave us a comment if you have any further questions.

Manual DownSave Removal

Windows 8

  1. Drag mouse cursor to the bottom right of your screen.
  2. Click Settings on Charm bar and go to Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and highlight DownSave.
  4. Click Uninstall.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a program and remove DownSave.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start menu button and go to Settings.
  2. Open Control panel and access Add or remove programs.
  3. Uninstall DownSave.
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How to manually remove DownSave

Files associated with DownSave infection:

fdBgmQr.x64.dll
Jc.x64.dll
0AeP.dll
fCRPqIa.x64.dll
QiRxIknxvb.x64.dll
YtePjwz.x64.dll
RapQr.x64.dll
ggXkKpd.dll
t4wKevnDh.x64.dll
jK6DLVxqu.dll
Y.dll
TR.dll
Da.dll
En4BY2Mq.x64.dll
pcIR.x64.dll
z3KLGx_el.x64.dll
dknPFc7.dll
I.dll
ck.dll
hod.x64.dll
wO4Z1PGS.dll
05bdLCz.x64.dll
gBR0.dll
vflvJEBrZy.dll
EFA.x64.dll
TF4wuNV.dll
B9QqbXjh.dll
k.x64.dll
5MU6RaFq.dll
Jge.x64.dll
4NyxJ.x64.dll
r.x64.dll
Qr09.x64.dll
8MrlE.dll
ug4wk2.x64.dll
hSR4jV4zu.dll
sJCjf8.dll
zXPcOcR.dll
lt9m.x64.dll
qg1_.x64.dll
OKVyIRutc.x64.dll
HwyO_e.x64.dll
jK4Y1lG9t.x64.dll
nWz3UJ.dll
3jD1J2oTE.dll
0NwRzMDk88.x64.dll
uM.x64.dll
MxRzGDccD.dll
Kt.dll
zl4AgP.dll
QnO.x64.dll
htNIUIK_Ad.dll
XQ_JRyI3M.dll
fdBgmQr.dll
WjKFhiN94D.x64.dll
leeaF.dll
2Zhwax.dll
vz4Ri.x64.dll
BGjTlVfXm8.dll
l4hu7C3bC.dll
GmHSuyR.x64.dll
tM.dll
2rHBL0S.dll
t4wKevnDh.dll
SV9GseVbz.dll
WRG7NPZpg.dll
oHT8BCXuK.dll
PuoSkk.dll
z1NRATH.dll
paFdzmf4a.dll
un0Ho5JJt7.dll
pQl58f_ht8.x64.dll
YTBipNqnYk.x64.dll
wa.x64.dll
GV.dll
Tq5.dll
DHG7.x64.dll
lVDwO52goe.dll
odbC5e.dll
ZIfy.dll
aCxN3Xn.dll
Le2gh7p6b.dll
Qbq.dll
zx3bd6GD3.dll
jPWGMxnS.dll
OYvOL.x64.dll
X.dll
ImLsEI.dll
yC.x64.dll
_6gumEf4r.dll
jQBsRxYEQu.dll
uDXkGAtv.dll
DfOikEyrJ.x64.dll
Paeg2.dll
ZdXdZFjHk.dll
vd.dll
_B95FP.dll
f7e8RRBFj.dll
1QWN8fZF9.x64.dll
qq.x64.dll

DownSave DLL's to remove:

ImLsEI.dll
_B95FP.dll
4NyxJ.x64.dll
5MU6RaFq.dll
jQBsRxYEQu.dll
pcIR.x64.dll
YTBipNqnYk.x64.dll
Qbq.dll
Da.dll
TR.dll
jK6DLVxqu.dll
QiRxIknxvb.x64.dll
_6gumEf4r.dll
DHG7.x64.dll
Paeg2.dll
un0Ho5JJt7.dll
htNIUIK_Ad.dll
En4BY2Mq.x64.dll
Qr09.x64.dll
sJCjf8.dll
2Zhwax.dll
yC.x64.dll
pQl58f_ht8.x64.dll
uM.x64.dll
l4hu7C3bC.dll
OKVyIRutc.x64.dll
zXPcOcR.dll
YtePjwz.x64.dll
jPWGMxnS.dll
lt9m.x64.dll
nWz3UJ.dll
ZdXdZFjHk.dll
odbC5e.dll
8MrlE.dll
Jc.x64.dll
aCxN3Xn.dll
GmHSuyR.x64.dll
X.dll
QnO.x64.dll
zl4AgP.dll
wa.x64.dll
1QWN8fZF9.x64.dll
WjKFhiN94D.x64.dll
hod.x64.dll
oHT8BCXuK.dll
Jge.x64.dll
ck.dll
EFA.x64.dll
05bdLCz.x64.dll
t4wKevnDh.dll
vz4Ri.x64.dll
XQ_JRyI3M.dll
f7e8RRBFj.dll
fCRPqIa.x64.dll
dknPFc7.dll
k.x64.dll
BGjTlVfXm8.dll
zx3bd6GD3.dll
ggXkKpd.dll
HwyO_e.x64.dll
0NwRzMDk88.x64.dll
z3KLGx_el.x64.dll
leeaF.dll
TF4wuNV.dll
MxRzGDccD.dll
RapQr.x64.dll
uDXkGAtv.dll
fdBgmQr.dll
I.dll
z1NRATH.dll
0AeP.dll
paFdzmf4a.dll
Y.dll
WRG7NPZpg.dll
t4wKevnDh.x64.dll
qg1_.x64.dll
hSR4jV4zu.dll
DfOikEyrJ.x64.dll
vd.dll
qq.x64.dll
jK4Y1lG9t.x64.dll
lVDwO52goe.dll
3jD1J2oTE.dll
B9QqbXjh.dll
fdBgmQr.x64.dll
Kt.dll
ZIfy.dll
gBR0.dll
vflvJEBrZy.dll
PuoSkk.dll
OYvOL.x64.dll
tM.dll
Le2gh7p6b.dll
ug4wk2.x64.dll
GV.dll
Tq5.dll
wO4Z1PGS.dll
SV9GseVbz.dll
2rHBL0S.dll
r.x64.dll
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Comments

  1. Unknown Oct 21, 2014

    I will first fix my computer. Then I will reset my computer. And if that bastard Adware continues to bug me. I will trace it down to the source. If I find out, that it is terrorizing me and my family's bank and private information, I will find them, I will hack them, and I will make their lives hell. Remember, there are some people you just don't want to ***** with, I'm yet to be an exception.

  2. Private Dec 11, 2014

    When you say hack them you mean with a machete right? because that's all I can think about right now.

  3. Bill Crackpot Jan 27, 2015

    There is NO program called DownSave, but I am still getting their ****ing ads.

  4. Viruses are my B***H Feb 13, 2015

    When I went into my programs they had disguised them as other programs such as CoUUpon Savor or GREATDEALS so look out for those as well when I removed those and took out the extensions on my browser it stopped right away

  5. ImGonnaDJ Mar 14, 2015

    "When you say hack them you mean with a machete right? because that's all I can think about right now."
    Excellent comment :D

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