- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Adware Helpers are dubious computer programs that are often employed by various malicious applications to convey potentially malicious activity. These programs could be used to infiltrate your computer in order to perform dubious activities or could also be used to implement malware onto your system. Both instances are extremely dangerous. There is something even worse about these Adware Helpers as they could be used to steal sensitive data. The only two ways to determine if such application is running on your PC is to conduct an in-depth analysis of your operating system or to scan your operating system with professional malware detection and removal tool.
Numerous files, registry entries, and system services work hand-in-hand in order to make an application work. Certain files could be used to download malware without requiring any authorization from you. A dubious system service known as dsrlte.exe could be a part of quite a few suspicious applications such as aartemis.com, PayByAds, and quite a few others. If the dsrlte.exe system service is active on your operating system it is more than likely that your computer is running a suspicious application of some sort. It is known that often applications, which incorporate dsrlte.exe, could be quite malicious. Thus, in order to maintain your system secure, safe, and fully functioning you must remove any kind of suspicious program from your PC immediately.
In most cases dsrlte.exe is used by browser hijackers and adware applications. Thus, if you have noticed that your web browser is running in an abnormal way, for instance it is flooded with numerous third-party adverts and pop-ups or some of the default settings were changed without any authorization, it is more than likely that some questionable or even malicious program is active on your PC. In most cases dsrlte.exe triggers connections to adware servers, which are infamous for being linked to malware distribution. This instance is obviously very dangerous. Unfortunately, it is impossible to kill the dsrlte.exe process via the Task Manager as it will most likely auto start with the Windows startup.
It goes without saying, that virtually any Internet-based infection could be using this invasive and potentially malicious process. Usually this file of this system process is located at c:\users\%USERNAME%\appdata\local\ folder. Thus, if you suspect that dsrlte.exe is present on your PC you should check this particular folder.
If there is any indication of your PC running this system service it is highly advise to scan your computer with a reliable malware detection and removal tool, because locating and determining which application is using the dsrlte.exe service manually is quite a difficult task if you have not advanced knowledge of computers. A powerful antimalware tool is a must have for any computer user that wishes to keep their system safe, secure, and properly functioning.
How to remove an application associated to dsrlte.exe
Remove the unwanted program from Windows Vista and Windows 7
Remove the unwanted program from Windows XP
Remove the unwanted program from Windows 8