- Installs itself without permissions
- Connects to the internet without permission
The suspicious WinWeb Protection truly works in a questionable manner. Once installed it connects to applicationmyweb.info and zillionnetuk.info, both of which are unfamiliar and could be used by unreliable parties. In fact, there is a great chance that these are advertising domains which could enable an avalanche of online advertisements popping up on your desktop. If you have discovered the activity of suspicious online advertisements already, you should refrain from clicking on them, at least until you delete WinWeb Protection and install authentic security software to guard your virtual protection. If you do not follow this advice, soon enough Windows security vulnerabilities could be exposed.
Since the official WinWeb Protection download page is inactive, you need to ask yourself who does the application belong to and how did it manage to infiltrate the PC. Even though this may differ from one system to the next, our best guess is that you have downloaded bundled software without even realizing it. Our researchers warn that computer applications acquired from suspicious sources or from third party software distributors could be packaged with various undesirable programs. You could even download adware, browser helper objects and other suspicious, unreliable software.
Delete WinWeb Protection
Delete from Windows 8:
Delete from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Delete from Windows XP: