- Connects to the internet without permission
- Hijacks homepage
- Changes default search engine
ButterflyField Toolbar is an application which you can attach to your Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer web browsers. The extension is represented at free.butterflyfield.com/index.jhtml, and our researchers have discovered that its developer is the infamous Mindspark Interactive Network. Some computer users may be familiar with this company because it stands behind such browser plugins as Gaming Wonderland Toolbar, OnlineMapFinder Toolbar, and Daily Bible Guide. Since the toolbar comes with one built-in easy-access button (Facebook) only, there is no doubt that its main purpose is to promote the ButterflyField screensaver. The program has also been discovered to promote Ask Web Search tools. If you are not interested in either of these, we recommend that you remove ButterflyField Toolbar.
If you have downloaded Ask search tools accidentally, it is likely that you will want to delete them from the browsers. You may want to delete ButterflyField Toolbar as well because this extension is not exactly useful and running it has no purpose. In order to remove the undesirable software from the PC, you can follow the manual removal instructions which are presented below. Make sure you check all installed browsers to make sure that undesirable plugins and search tools are not installed onto them. If you have installed the toolbar using the services of third party distributors and additional software was installed alongside, you should use automatic malware removal software to ensure that potential threats are eliminated.
Remove undesirable software
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Delete undesirable browser tools
Delete from Mozilla Firefox:
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