If you are experiencing an onslaught of suspicious advertisements, there is a possibility that an advertising-supported program from the Norassie family has managed to slither in without your notice. According to our research, all programs from this family are carried by installers that are built by Norassie LTD. Are you familiar with this company? It is unlikely that you are, considering that it does not stand behind any well-known, popular, or reputable pieces of software. As a matter of fact, our research team believes that this company might be completely fictional. After reviewing the official website representing it, we have concluded that it is fictitious. If you want to learn more about that, please continue reading the report. Without a doubt, it is recommended that you remove Norassie-related adware as soon as possible. Just note that it could have entered your operating system bundled with third-party malware, and it might require attention as well. You can check out the guide below to learn how to delete unwanted pieces of software, but we recommend that you read this report first.
According to our research, Norassie distributes advertising-supported software (e.g., OpenCandy, VisualBee, and Solimba) using bundled installers. Due to this, adware might be introduced to users along with browser hijackers, potentially unwanted programs – including bogus system optimizers – as well as more serious threats. These could create bigger security issues, but, of course, Norassie-related adware cannot be ignored either. Advertising-supported programs might be introduced to you as harmless applications or extensions, but they could potentially track and leak information about your activity, as well as flood you with completely unreliable ads. Unfortunately, adware creators working with this suspicious company could potentially be malicious, which, in return, means that the software could flood you with misleading advertisements. As you might know, malicious ads can open security backdoors via which more aggressive threats could slither in. Overall, interacting with potentially malicious ads is a bad idea, and that is why you must remove adware. Hopefully, you face no problems deleting Norassie-related adware from your operating system.
The malicious Norassie installers could spread all kinds of advertising-supported programs, and they could do that along with other kinds of threats. Due to these reasons, it is crucial that you inspect your operating system first. If a reliable malware scanner introduces to an overwhelming number of threats, or if you discover that they are more serious, installing legitimate anti-malware software is strongly recommended. Even if some of the threats have managed to conceal themselves, reliable anti-malware software will uncover and delete it right away. If you are thinking about deleting Norassie-related adware manually, you need to identify it first. Hopefully, guides showing you how to eliminate them from your PC and browsers already exist on our website. If you cannot find appropriate guides, do not hesitate to leave a comment below. You can also try using the instructions below. They show how to uninstall software and delete extensions. In most cases, this is enough to delete adware, but running a full system scan afterward is mandatory.
Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10: