- Connects to the internet without permission
Even though DnsBlock is not considered to be a threat, it resembles an unreliable, malicious rogue anti-spyware. Users are introduced to this program as a helpful security tool that can protect them against viruses, worms, Trojans, and spyware. Even though this program does attempt to work as a legitimate security tool that should detect and delete malware, our virtual security researchers have found this program to be completely useless. Due to this, we suggest removing DnsBlock as a potentially unwanted program. Note that if you do not get rid of this PUP, your virtual security will become vulnerable even if you do not notice that right away.
According to our researchers, computer users are offered the capability to download DnsBlock from dnsblock.de, but most of them end up installing this PUP bundled with malware. This so-called DNS protector can enter your operating system bundled with malicious programs that might also require removal. If you run a malware scanner that identifies many different infections, you have to make sure that you delete them all in time. If you cannot figure out which threats are more dangerous and require your attention the most, you should find a way that will help you delete DnsBlock and all other threats simultaneously.
Once installed, DnsBlock is operated using running processes. DnsBlockTray and DnsBlockUpdateSvc are the processes that you need to terminate if you want to disable this potentially unwanted program. If you do not terminate these processes and remove the remaining components, it is possible that you will encounter pop-up and banner advertisements. Even if you do not see these ads, our researchers claim that DnsBlock has the ability to show them. We suggest that you refrain from interacting with these ads because they might be unreliable and malicious and could lead to virtual security issues.
DnsBlock does not have a graphical user interface (GUI), which makes it difficult to use this program. If this potentially unwanted program was a legitimate security tool, it is unlikely that you would encounter this problem. On top of that, DnsBlock attempts to conceal its files, which is the kind of activity that we see when researching highly malicious programs. As mentioned previously, we do not identify DnsBlock as rogue anti-spyware, but it does act in a tremendously suspicious manner, which is why we recommend removing it from your operating system as soon as possible.
Even though DnsBlock can try to conceal its files – which might create problems when manually deleting this PUP from your operating system – you should have no trouble uninstalling it in a regular manner. Use the guide below to learn how to uninstall DnsBlock from your Windows operating system. If you find that other infections or leftover files remain active, employ a trusted automated malware remover. This tool will definitely help you delete DnsBlock along with all other malicious programs. The best part is that as long as you keep this tool installed, it will protect you from other infections!
DnsBlock Removal Guide
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8 or Windows 8.1: