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Danger level 6
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission

Raving Reyven

Raving Reyven is a browser add-on which is supposed to enhance your online experience by providing you with various advertisements, which includes coupons, special offers, web banners, interstitial ads, and pop-unders. Raving Reyven is developed by SuperWeb LLC and is identical to HypeNet, Allgenius, Web Flipper, GoingGo and many other programs. All these browser plug-ins are categorized as adware, and, if your security was powerful enough, it would easily identify Raving Reyven. Not all Raving Reyven ads are malicious, but some of them are related to dangerous websites, and, if you want to bypass them, remove Raving Reyven from the computer as soon as you can.

As for deceptive Raving Reyven advertisements, you should be very careful with pop-ups inviting you to scan the computer, download the newest updates for Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or any other Internet browsers, play online games, and take part in a survey or a quiz. Such advertisements are very commonly generated by adware program, and it has been discovered that most of the time they are associated with phishing websites. It is important to note that Raving Reyven does not endorse any of the websites advertised; nor is it liable for the privacy policies of those third-parties.

Similarly to reliable software programs, Raving Reyven is promoted at ravinggreyven.mobi and is also bundled with third-party programs. If you want to avoid additional program when running the installer of some program, read the terms of use you are provided with. Moreover, do not skip check boxes in order not to have unwanted changes made within the system. There are some websites which automatically launches their so-called silent installers as soon as you access the website or click on some corrupt link, in which case the computer should contain a security tool.

If you want to remove Raving Reyven from the computer in no time, it is worth installing a reputable spyware and malware removal tool. The adware program monitors you; it uses browser cookies and other techniques to record your clicks, impressions, and search terms. By implementing an anti-spyware program, you get a chance to get rid of all the harmful files present on your PC.

Our team recommends that you implement SpyHunter because this real-time security program can remove Raving Reyven from the computer and fight off multiple computer threats, including browser hijackers, fake security programs, Trojan horses, etc.

In case you want to try removing Raving Reyven by yourself, use the following software removal guide.

How to remove Raving Reyven

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a program and remove Raving Reyven.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Remove Raving Reyven.

Windows 8

  1. Press the Windows key to access the Start menu.
  2. Start typing control panel and click OK.
  3. Select Uninstall a program and remove Raving Reyven.

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How to manually remove Raving Reyven

Files associated with Raving Reyven infection:

ravingreyven.BrowserAdapter.exe
utilravingreyven.exe
updateravingreyven.exe
ravingreyven.PurBrowse64.exe
{e63d9559-e4c3-499e-867a-a3c9d0a21400}w64.sys

Raving Reyven processes to kill:

updateravingreyven.exe
ravingreyven.BrowserAdapter.exe
utilravingreyven.exe
ravingreyven.PurBrowse64.exe
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