- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Even though users are introduced to Fresh Applications as the developer of MVPlayer, our research team doubts that this is a real company. We have seen a ton of identical looking applications that work in the same way and that are represented in the same manner, and all of them have different creators. It is very likely that one single party is responsible for all of these programs, and new companies are created just to make the original creator untraceable. If that were the case, it is obvious that this company has malicious intentions. Even if that is not the case, you still need to remove MVPlayer.
We have seen a ton of programs that work just like MVPlayer. Even though this program does not offer to dim the lights, protect your browsers, or alert you about certain things like MoodTube, SpyLookout, or Finance Alert do, it is clear that these programs are identical. If you have downloaded MVPlayer willingly – opposed to people who install this program by accident – you know that it promotes a free media player that supposedly supports “hundreds of file formats.” Whether or not the services of this program are beneficial, installing and trusting this program can be very dangerous; otherwise, we would not advise you to delete MVPlayer from your operating system.
If you have analyzed the information at downloadmvplayer.com, you might know that MVPlayer can inject advertisements. Users who install this adware from its official site might be suggested installing other unfamiliar programs. Clearly, we do not recommend installing unfamiliar software because it might turn out to be useless or malicious and deserving of removal. Unfortunately, if you download MVPlayer using a third-party installer found on some unreliable site, it is possible that you will not have the control over the programs entering your operating system. Depending on the installer, malware could slither in without your permission, and, if this happens, the removal operation might become much more complicated.
MVPlayer uses a background service with a random name to function the way it is expected to. If you terminate this process, there is a possibility that ads bombarding your browsers will be disabled; that is if connections to remote adware servers are terminated because of this as well. However, when you restart your computer, the processes will start again, which means that ads will reappear on the sites you visit. On top of that, the tracking cookies installed might continue spying on you, even if you terminate all MVPlayer processes. Obviously, removing this adware is the only solution.
Which other threats are active on your PC? If you cannot see any threats, run a malware scanner to make sure that they are not concealed. If you find other threats running along with MVPlayer, consider using a malware remover for a quick and easy cleanout. Even though this adware is not exactly a malicious program, it is not very useful or reliable, and you might be exposed to unreliable content or even other threats if you keep using it. Keep in mind that there are plenty of reliable and useful media players that do not intend to threaten your virtual security, which is why you should have no reservations about the removal of MVPlayer.
Remove from Windows XP
Remove from Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10