Our security researchers could not find a sample for MonsonRevenue, but they were able to determine the family of this adware infection. We know that this application comes from the Multiplug group of adware programs. It must be removed from your computer as soon as possible because cyber criminals could easily exploit this application to promote their own corrupted content. If you want to avoid any potential security threat, follow our instructions to terminate MonsonRevenue, and then scan your PC with the SpyHunter free scanner to check for other uninvited guests. We bet that you have more than just one potential threat on-board right now.
The reason adware programs often come in packs is that they do not get distributed directly. MonsonRevenue also does not have an official homepage that would offer a direct download option. The only way to download and install this application is through freeware bundles. Since the application comes from the Multiplug family, we can assume that MonsonRevenue is distributed via the InstallRex, Vittalia and Amonetize installers. These installers are often hiding behind fake download buttons on torrent and other p2p websites. You have to remember that a potential malware infection is just one click away, so please refrain from download programs from unfamiliar websites.
Aside from being identical to RocketCoupon, OptiShopper, SaferWeb, and so on, MonsonRevenue is also known to travel with EZDownlaoder, mystartsearch.com, and Websearch.searchfix.info. Websearch.searchfix.info is a browser hijacker from the Websearch family, and there might any other hijacker from the group in the setup that contains MonsonRevenue as well. The point is that it clearly shows that you should seriously consider investing in a licensed antispyware tool because it might be hard to remove all the potential threats on your own. Although adware programs are not extreme security threats, you should not take any chances.
If you are not an experienced user, you might think that MonsonRevenue is a useful browser extension that will help you save money when you shop online. After all, the application is installed as a browser extension and then it starts tracking your web browsing history. MonsonRevenue will display a lot of pop-up ads that will appear on your screen when you visit eBay, BestBuy, Amazon, and other popular online stores. However, even if the MonsonRevenue ads may offer you to purchase something you want at a lower price, you should not click any of the ads. The program never reviews the links that get embedded into the advertisements, so you can never know what website you will land on.
We are not trying to say that MonsonRevenue is there to infect you with malware. In fact, the application simply needs to generate financial profit for its creators via the pay-per-click system. However, MonsonRevenue has quite a few security loops that can result in third-party exploitation. Then, it would be only a matter of time until you get infected with dangerous malware application, and your money gets stolen.
Please remove MonsonRevenue via Control Panel and then delete the extension from Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers. The automated removal through Control Panel does not work on those browsers. As for the other potential infections, please remove them with a computer security program of your choice. For any further questions, please leave us a comment below.
How to Remove MonsonRevenue
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