- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Your expectations for LongCommandExec may be grand, but we know that this program has no ability to help you out in any kind of way. The promises to assist you and help you are bogus, and they were created just to trick you into installing a potentially dangerous advertisement-supported program. You probably have installed this program onto your PC already if you are reading this report. Have you tried to removing LongCommandExec? If you do not approach this ad-supported program the right way, it will be very difficult for you to delete it. Continue reading to learn how you can eliminate this adware from your PC.
We have found that LongCommandExec has many distributors, including Installrex, Vittalia, and Amonetize, to name a few. These distributors are known for spreading malicious programs along with relatively harmless PUPs (potentially unwanted programs) and adware. Even though LongCommandExec is not considered to be the most harmless program out there, much more malicious threats do exist. Websearch hijackers (e.g., Websearch.hotsearches.info) and Oursurfing.com hijacker are the threats that most computer users encounter. As you imagine, they do require removal as well. In fact, all programs installed with LongCommandExec should be deleted without any hesitation.
One thing that most users are unaware of is that LongCommandExec comes from a huge family of ad-supported programs. TorqueShip, GraphiteCommand, Dealsy, and similar programs – all of which deserve removal – were built using the well-known Justplugit engine. This engine is infamous for providing services to unreliable advertisers who develop unreliable ad injectors and promote them using highly misleading information. Needless to say, no one would install LongCommandExec if they knew that this program is only good for one thing, which is showcasing suspicious ads. Unfortunately, some users are not quick to understand that these ads are unreliable or that the suspicious LongCommandExec requires removal.
Some of the advertisements injected by LongCommandExec are clearly unreliable and misleading. Installers, updates, and prize giveaways are the kinds of deals that you might be shown. Unfortunately, this ad-supported program might use tracking cookies to “hand-pick” the ads you are more likely to interact with. Note that any interaction with LongCommandExec ads could be dangerous. One click could be enough for cyber criminals to take over your operating system if you click on a particularly nasty advertisement. If you suspect that you already need to delete infections that might have been let in after clicking misleading ads, you should scan your operating system right away.
As mentioned previously, the removal of LongCommandExec can be challenging. Most users uninstall this program – which is an option you are provided with – thinking that this is all that it takes to get rid of this threat. Unfortunately, this is not the case. If you want to get rid of this adware successfully, you have to make sure that you delete LongCommandExec leftovers as well, and you should start by removing undesirable browser extensions. Even though you might have to delete LongCommandExec from Google Chrome and Firefox browsers, the extension on Internet Explorer will be disabled when uninstalling this adware.
LongCommandExec Removal Guide
Remove from Windows 8 & Windows 8.1:
Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Google Chrome:
Remove from Mozilla Firefox: