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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission


EnormouSales is one of those applications that look like annoying nuisances, but can lead to serious computer security issues as well. If you are a security-minded user, you will do yourself a favor by removing EnormouSales right now. This adware application will collect information on your most common search keywords to generate customized ad content. This should lead you into you clicking the EnormouSales ads, but you should know better than you fall into this trap. You should never click any pop-up advertisement that seemingly comes out of nowhere because it could be related to an online marketing scam.

Normally, adware apps like EnormouSales are very far from being malicious computer security threats, but when you do not even know when or how freeware applications enter your system, it definitely raises a few alarm bells. The point with EnormouSales and similar adware is that users download them onto their computers willingly. They are just not aware of them because the programs come in software bundles via the InstallRex, Vittalia, and Amonetize installers. All programs based on the JustPlugIt engine are distributed through these installers, and EnormouSales is just one of the many potential security threats that found its way into your system.

EnormouSales is very similar to RelaySoft, TremendousCoup, SpaceCouponApp, Cheap4all, and so on. Although there is an extensive number of these Multiplug adware applications out there, they do not differ much from each other. The developers do not bother working on each and every single application. You could say they are simply cloned, favoring quantity over quality.

The main reason EnormouSales enters your computer is money because it needs to cover its development costs, and so it shows commercial advertisements, trying to make you visit affiliated web pages. If you happen to click the outgoing link to a page, the people behind EnormouSales get paid via the pay-per-click system. The only problem is that there is no guarantee whether the links lead to safe websites. Adware programs are not responsible for the third-party content security.

Thus, it makes EnormouSales highly vulnerable to third-party exploitation. As long as cyber criminals know how to make use of this application (and they most certainly do), they can employ EnormouSales to distribute and promote their content. Consequently, if you happen to click a corrupted link, you could get infected with dangerous programs or get your information stolen.

Remove EnormouSales right now and make sure there are no more unwanted applications on-board. The best way to check it is to scan your computer with the SpyHunter free scanner. This way you will also be able to delete other potentially dangerous applications (if any). Should you have further questions about how to ensure your system’s safety, you are always welcome to leave us a comment.

How to Delete EnormouSales

Windows 8 & Windows 8.1

  1. Drag the mouse cursor to the lower right corner of your desktop.
  2. Click Settings on the Charm bar and go to Control Panel.
  3. Open Uninstall a program and remove EnormouSales.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove EnormouSales.

Windows XP

  1. Click the Start button and navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall EnormouSales.

Remove EnormouSales from Your Browser

Google Chrome

  1. Press Alt+F and go to More tools.
  2. Open Extensions and remove EnormouSales.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Press Ctrl+Shift+A and the Add-ons manager will open.
  2. Disable and remove EnormouSales from Extensions.
  3. Restart your browser.
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