- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
There is nothing useful about Record Page even if the application might try to prove otherwise. This adware application has been created to generate financial profit for its developers, and it might make use of you to fulfill its purpose. If you care about your system’s security, you will remove Record Page from your computer as soon as possible. Do not risk the potential exploitation by malevolent third parties because it can result in a severe privacy breach or a dangerous malware infection. Adware programs like Record Page should never be taken lightly.
The people behind Record Page have apparently tried somewhat to make it look like the application is a reliable product that has been put out there to improve your overall web browsing experience. Record Page comes with a homepage at getrecordpage.com, and it looks like you can subscribe to the service if you want to. Judging from the homepage, one might think that the only way to get Record Page on your computer would be through the official subscription. However, something tells us that you wouldn’t be reading this description if you had subscribed to the Record Page service on your own. The ugly truth is that Record Page comes bundled with freeware.
Freeware bundling is a common adware and browser hijacker distribution method. Software installers that contain more than one freeware application are hosted on third-party file sharing sites and users often download and run those installers without any second thought. If you do not read all the installation steps thoroughly, it would not be surprising that you’ve got infected with Record Page. On top of that, there might be a number of other unwanted applications on your computer that could be far more dangerous than Record Page. Hence, it is clear that you need to remove several potential threats from your computer.
The Record Page program itself is based on the Injekt engine, and, according to our research, it functions in a similar manner to the SuperWeb family adware. It means that the application collects information your web browsing history in order to target customized pop-up ads at you. At first glance, it might seem that Record Page ads will provide you with reliable information on various shopping discounts and coupon offers, but that is the point with the adware programs. They only LOOK like it, but they definitely do not live up to their promises.
Some of the Record Page ads might contain links to corrupted sites that distribute malware, and that is only one of the many reasons why you should remove this application right now. Open your Control Panel and uninstall Record Page manually. To ensure that the program does not regenerate, run a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner and delete any remaining unwanted files automatically.
How to Delete Record Page
Windows 8 & Windows 8.1
Windows Vista & Windows 7