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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application

Dynamic Updater

Dynamic Updater is a very strange program. First of all, this program does not offer beneficial services to users, which is why it is extremely strange that it is offered at This website supposedly provides “the best wallpaper collection on the net,” but it is most likely that it was set up to showcase third-party advertisements. Of course, because this website is unpredictable, you have to be careful about the wallpapers you download. In the worst case, you will download a wallpaper of your choice packaged with malware that will require removal. Learn more about this and the removal of Dynamic Updater by reading this report.

It is unclear what the primary function of Dynamic Updater is. It is possible that this program will modify your image search results to show the wallpapers associated with It is also possible that this PUP (short for “potentially unwanted program”) will collect information about you and share it with unknown parties. Tracking cookies will be employed for the collection of information, and it is possible that your personal data will be recorded as well. Of course, you can delete Dynamic Updater-related tracking cookies; however, unless you remove the PUP itself, they are likely to be restored.

The Privacy Policy that corresponds to Dynamic Updater discloses that advertisement delivery methods can be employed to show allegedly relevant offers. Whether you install this PUP onto Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, it is possible that the ads will show up on any website that you visit. Are all ads showcased by Dynamic Updater malicious? While we cannot claim that they are, there is a great chance that some of the offers shown to you will be misleading or corrupted. Keep in mind that malicious ads can be injected and authentic ones can be replaced by malicious exploit kits, which is why you should not interact with any online ads. You should at least remove Dynamic Updater to avoid the ads that it might inject.

If you have downloaded Dynamic Updater in a bundle – and this is possible – you might have to delete third-party infections. Even if the software associated with this PUP appears to be harmless, you cannot judge a book by its cover. Click the Download link below and install a free malware scanner that will help you inspect your operating system and see if malware exists. Of course, if you find malicious programs, you have to delete them right away. Note that even harmless-looking threats could be exploited to let in more serious infections or jeopardize your security, which is why you have to delete them all.

Although Dynamic Updater is automatically blocked by Google Chrome, the removal guide below shows how to delete this PUP from Chrome as well. Luckily, it is enough to delete the browser extension to get rid of this suspicious, useless program. Of course, you might have to use much more complicated methods to delete Dynamic Updater-related malware. If you are not confident with manual removal, use SpyHunter, an up-to-date security tool that can erase malware automatically.

Dynamic Updater Removal

Remove from Internet Explorer:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+T.
  2. Select Manage Add-ons and move to Toolbars and Extensions.
  3. Disable the unwanted extension, click Close, and restart IE.

Remove from Mozilla Firefox:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+T.
  2. Select Add-ons and open the Extensions menu.
  3. Remove the unwanted extension and restart Firefox.

Remove from Google Chrome:

  1. Open the browser and tap keys Alt+F.
  2. Select More tools (or Tools) and select Extensions.
  3. Click the trash icon, select Remove, and restart Chrome.
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