- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Nexusbooster is one more suspicious program created using the Justplugit engine. Even though you might be unfamiliar with the engine or the software created using it, our malware researchers keep discovering new versions of the same irritating infection that keeps on invading operating systems. We have already explained computer users how to delete QuickShop, OptiShopper, and similar ad-supported programs, but now it is time to remove Nexusbooster. Read the report to learn how to get rid of adware and how to identify it timely, so that you would not have to worry about the removal in the future.
The suspicious Nexusbooster is unlikely to travel silently, but many users find that they need to delete the app after installing it onto their Windows operating systems by accident. Some users are tricked into believing that the application is a beneficial browser extension, and others do not notice that the installer of this adware is attached to the software they install. Keep in mind that the software bundled with Nexusbooster might require removal as well. Our researchers have discovered that Nexusbooster is usually distributed by installrex installers, and they are known for spreading browser hijackers, PUPs, and other malicious software that, of course, you would need to delete.
Nexusbooster could be installed on your operating system with various suspicious programs, including an adware helper that could help restore the settings of this infection. CutterFunc (also known by other names, including EnforcerAide) is the adware helper that you might have to remove, and it is necessary to delete this program first; otherwise, Nexusbooster could be restored. Of course, if you install a trusted automatic malware remover, all unreliable programs will be removed at the same time, and you will not have to worry about their regeneration. Moreover, once an automatic malware remover deletes Nexusbooster and other unreliable programs, the tool will also reinstate the protection of your operating system, which means that other threats will not be able to attack your PC.
Some computer users set their minds on the manual Nexusbooster removal without thinking about the risks or the probable consequences. Do not have illusions that your security issues will be over once you uninstall Nexusbooster (see instructions below), because it is likely that you will have to deal with leftover files, as well as other infections. Of course, there are many computer users who can delete Nexusbooster and other threats manually, but most Windows users are not experienced and, therefore, should employ automated malware removal software.
Nexusbooster Removal Guide
Remove from Windows XP
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7
Remove from Windows 8 or Windows 8.1