- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Expect nothing but trouble if you let BlingJobs into your operating system. This ad-supported program will use your Internet Explorer browser to showcase various suspicious advertisements, subscriptions, and surveys. Clicking on these ads or interacting with the content shown could expose you to cyber criminals, and that is something you need to be extremely cautious about. Just clicking on suspicious ads could be dangerous as tracking cookies could be installed onto your operating system unless you screen all of the cookies before them being installed. Tracking cookies could be used to record information about your PC and browsers, track your browsing history, analyze your encounters with ads, and even reveal personally-identifiable information. Cookies are installed by the ad-supported program itself, but this is not the main reason to remove BlingJobs from your computer.
BlingJobs is a useless program. Although it promises to find you your dream job – if you trust the information provided at blingjobs.com – you should not rely on it. Once installed, this program will showcase the contents of savings-galleria.com, startacareertoday.com, and similar websites. Needless to say, although we do not recommend it, you can easily access this content using your browsers. If you have downloaded this strange adware from its official website, you must have realized that ads would show up when clicking the “Download & View Exclusive Offers” button. Of course, not many users acquire this unpredictable ad-supported program via its official website. Instead, they install it packaged with other programs that might be introduced to them by malicious installers. What does this mean? This means two things: This adware can be spread in an unreliable manner, and it can be followed by many malicious computer infections.
BabyMegs, BeautyBrilliant, and MusicMain are identical to BlingJobs. These programs have identical interfaces, and, even though they showcase different websites, they are equally as unreliable. As soon as you install these programs, you will be introduced to a new Internet Explorer window promoting some third-party service. In fact, whenever you open the interface of this adware, a new IE window representing third-party services will pop up. Pages hosted via Interest6.valuedinformation.com, redtag-specials.com, freelotto.com, and other suspicious domains might pop up, and you should ignore them. Note that BlingJobs is not the only program that might introduce you to ads. When installing this adware, you might be offered Search Know and other ad-supported programs that might showcase advertisements as well. Which adware – or other kinds of programs – are offered depends on your geographical location.
In many cases, BlingJobs promotes surveys and prize giveaways that require you to disclose personally identifiable information. Obviously, you should not share you PII with just anyone because it could be exploited by schemers, for example, to send you spam emails. Even if you avoid this trap, you might have trouble controlling the third-party cookies that are installed onto your PC, especially if that is done silently. Once you eliminate all suspicious programs from your operating system, make sure you delete the cookies as well, which you can do directly from your browsers. The main reason why you should be careful with unfamiliar third-party cookies is that they are unpredictable and could be the culprit of your personal information being leaked without your knowledge.
There are two different ways to delete BlingJobs from your operating system. You can eliminate this adware manually, or you can employ automated malware detection/removal software. If you decide to eliminate this program manually, make sure you are thorough. Uninstalling this program is not enough as leftovers are left behind. If you have uninstalled this program, you need to remove the leftovers using the Registry Editor. These leftovers can be found by following the HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\DOMStorage\ path. Another method is represented below. If you remove all files and registry keys successfully, you will not find a trace of this annoying ad-supported program. Needless to say, you need to eliminate all computer threats as well, and a reliable anti-malware tool can do the job in the quickest, most efficient manner. If you have any more questions for us, use the comments section below to start a conversation.