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Danger level 6
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts


Demoney is quite an annoying adware application that may inject your search results or web pages you visit with potentially dangerous advertisements provided by the same suspicious website, which might be distributing the threat too. Needless to say, it would be safer to stay away from such content as it could lead you to possibly malicious web pages or suggest you install more untrustworthy applications. Nonetheless, if avoiding the ads does not seem like the best option, and you would rather get rid of them, we recommend erasing Demoney from your computer. Users can eliminate it manually while following the instructions located below the text or they can delete it with automatic tools if they are willing to install legitimate antimalware software. For more information about the adware, we invite you to review the rest of our article and should you have any questions keep it in mind there is a comments section below the instructions too.

Demoney was known by this ID number kllloaknkaplmddmkjiejbekliclelff while it was still available on Chrome Web Store page, but our researchers report the extension is no longer distributed through this site. It is possible the adware might have been evaluated as potentially dangerous or unwanted; this could have happened because of negative user reviews, but we cannot know for sure. At the beginning of the article, we also mentioned a particular site that might have been spreading this application. The reason we do not think it is still distributing the adware is that at the moment of writing seems to be down. However, this doubtful extension could be spread through other channels as well, for example, users could get redirected to sites providing its installer while clicking untrustworthy pop-up ads, banners, sponsored links, etc. Thus, if you want your system to be protected from such threats, you should be more careful while interacting with suspicious ads, visiting potentially dangerous web pages or downloading data from them, and so on.

During the time Demoney was still available on Chrome Web Store page, its description presented it as a tool that can help the user “become an internet specialist and invest” his money” in “all the right places.” Also, it says the application will help you achieve this by exposing you to “to all kinds of internet businesses.” It is difficult to say what the program’s creators meant by saying Internet businesses, but we tested the adware ourselves, and consequently, we learned it might expose the user to unreliable advertising content as it might inject various third-party advertisements while the user is surfing the Internet. It looks like some of the ads can be injected into the search results, while others can be displayed simply on top of the browser or by redirecting the user to particular web pages. It is important to understand there may not be any guarantees about the advertisements’ reliability. In other words, there could be a possibility some of them might come from malicious web pages. It means by clicking them the user could endanger his computer or risk revealing his private information; it would probably depend on the advertised content.

All things considered, we doubt the adware can help users earn money somehow or find where to safely invest their money since the ads it might display could come from unknown sources. Under such circumstances, we would advise you not to waste any time with Demoney, especially if you placed the extension your browser accidentally. Since it is compatible only with Google Chrome, the instructions located below this article will explain how to remove it only from this particular browser. The process should not be too complicated even if you are inexperienced, but if you find it difficult or want to erase more suspicious applications than the adware, you could use a reliable antimalware tool instead. Launch the tool as soon as it is installed and set it to perform a full system scan. Afterward, the user should be able to review all identified threats or their locations and erase all detections at once by just clicking the removal button.

Eliminate Demoney

  1. Press ALT+F and select Settings.
  2. Click on More tools and pick Extensions.
  3. Find the unreliable extension.
  4. Press the trash bin button near it.
  5. Select Remove.
  6. Press Alt+F again and go to Settings.
  7. This time slide down and click on Advanced.
  8. Scroll down again, select Reset.
  9. Tap the Reset button.
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