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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission


MusicMain should help you download and stream music for free; however, it is not nearly as beneficial as you might think it is. This tool, first and foremost, is an advertising-supported program, and its main goal to show different ads whenever you surf the web. The streaming services that this adware boasts of are not worth installing this program either. In fact, it simply provides two links to last.fm/music/+free-music-downloads and scorebig.com/concert-tickets/grooveshark?a=grooveshark. Needless to say, you can easily access these websites without having to install an unreliable ad-supported program. Of course, its uselessness is not the greatest reason to delete it from your operating system. Continue reading, and you will learn why you need to remove MusicMain from your PC.

Some users acquire this suspicious ad-supported program from musicmain.com. Of course, some acquire it unexpectedly when downloading software promoted by suspicious installers. Depending on the installer and the distributor operating it, you might find this adware bundled together with truly dangerous and malicious infections. Unfortunately, even the official installer is untrustworthy. We have found that MusicMain uses an InstallCore downloader which might also offer Search Know adware, potentially unwanted programs (MyPCBackUp, System Healer), hijackers (Yoursearching.com), and other unpredictable infections. If they have invaded your operating system, make sure you remove them as well. We will talk about a way to eliminate all threats at the same time later in this report.

Once installed, MusicMain adds its own shortcuts to the Start menu and Desktop. Its files are stored in a folder in the Program Files directory. As the program is launched, a window shows up that loads http://www.musicmain.com/redir.php. This page might open http://musicrule.com/choose.php or some other page; however, ultimately, you will be shown two links to Scorebig.com and Last.fm pages we have mentioned previously. Additionally, this adware opens a new Internet Explorer window that displays random offers selected depending on your location. In fact, it was found that this adware constantly changes itself to become less noticeable. All in all, regardless of how many times it changes itself, it will always show advertisements, and this is what should help you recognize it as adware.

According to our research, MusicMain can redirect to various pages offering to sign up for suspicious services that involve you filling out numerous surveys. It is suggested that you would earn money that you supposedly could redeem to buy stuff online, but it is most likely a scam. We have also found that this adware can redirect to lamphouseoffers.com/redirect.php?sid=BMS&message=Please%20wait and, depending on where you live, show additional surveys, promote casino pages, and show various suspicious offers. We certainly do not advise interacting with any of the offers or services promoted with the help of this adware. Instead of saving money or earning benefits, you are more likely to jeopardize your virtual security and encounter malicious schemers.

Multiple registry entries will be added by this adware. If you remove the files found within its main directory, it is likely that some of these entries will remain active. Obviously, if you do not remove them, the activity of the suspicious ad-supported program is likely to continue. For example, you might still see ads and get redirected to suspicious pages if you do not delete MusicMain completely. You have to be particularly careful with the {DB003673-583B-41EF-9CD1-D25270357595}_is1 registry key. When you find this key, make sure you check its data to see if it is associated with the adware. The last thing you need is to delete the wrong key, and so checking this information is imperative. Of course, this is important only if you choose the complicated removal route.

You can easily uninstall MusicMain without having to worry about any leftovers. Follow the guide below, and this adware will be eliminated in no time. Unfortunately, we do not know if you will be able to get rid of other infections active on your PC just as easily. Fortunately, you can eliminate all threats at the same time using one single tool, SpyHunter. Install this program onto your computer, and you will also ensure reliable Windows protection, and that is very important if you do not want to encounter malicious programs again. Hopefully, we have addressed all of your questions and concerns, but, if you have something else to ask, use the comments section below.

MusicMain Removal

Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 8:

  1. Launch RUN (tap Win+R keys simultaneously) and enter Control Panel.
  2. Move to the Programs menu and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Identify the unreliable program, right-click it, and choose Uninstall.

Windows 7/Windows Vista:

  1. Find the Windows logo on the Taskbar and click it to access the Start menu.
  2. Open the Control Panel menu, move to Programs, and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the program you wish to eliminate and select Uninstall.

Windows XP:

  1. Open the Start menu by clicking the Start button on the left of the Taskbar.
  2. Open the Control Panel menu and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
  3. Find the unwanted program, click it once, and choose Remove.
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