- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
If you are seeing various advertisements labeled as “ads by Less2Pay” or “Less2Pay ads”, there are no doubts that your system contains Less2Pay, which is a typical semi-random name adware. As you have probably understood, this program is capable of changing its name; thus, do not be surprised if you will not be able to detect it very easily. The specialists of pcthreat.com have found out that Less2Pay might appear as leeSss2pay, lleSSs2pay, and leessu2Pay; however, it might use another name as well. Actually, it does not really matter which name it uses because it is still advisable to remove Less2Pay entirely. The easiest way to do that is to access Control Panel and delete it from there; however, if you feel that you need some help regarding the deletion process, you should definitely follow the instructions placed below the article.
Less2Pay is a typical advertising-supported application based on JustPlugIt engine; thus, it is not surprising that its main goal is to lure computer uses into clicking on ads. It is very likely that the publisher of this software receives money from pay-per-click websites; however, it is not likely that Less2Pay will act beneficially for you. As the researchers of pcthreat.com have found out, this adware might even cause you serious security-related problems because you might be taken to the websites full of malware if you click on ads generated by Less2Pay. As you can see, even though this program promises to enable you find and compare the best deals, discounts and promotions on commercial websites (e.g. ebay.com, amazon.com, etc.), it is not going to act as promised, which is why it is not worth keeping Less2Pay on the system.
JustPlugIt-based adware usually enters the system via InstallRex, Amonetize, and Vittalia installers. It has been found out that computer users tend to download these installers by clicking on various fake buttons placed on Torrent and P2P websites. You should never download programs from suspicious sources if you do not want to allow malware enter your system. What is more, you should always select Custom/Advanced installation option in order to be able to decline the installation of unfamiliar applications. Finally, you should not forget to keep your security tool enabled all the time.
It is not worth keeping useless programs on the system because they might perform various activities behind your back as well. In case of Less2Pay, this program might connect to the internet without your permission, collect information associated with your online behavior, and send the gathered data to third-party advertisers. Luckily, you can stop all of its undesirable activities by just simply deleting it from the system. Follow the instructions provided below and you will definitely get rid of Less2Pay easily and quickly.
How to remove Less2Pay
Windows 7 and Vista