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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application


MMUltraPlayer is a media player that does not deserve your attention. Just like GU Player, StackPlayer, Uplayer, TinyMediaPlayer, and many other suspicious media players out there, it is classified as a potentially unwanted program. The promotional information supporting this PUP could trick you into thinking that it is reliable and beneficial, but the reality is a bit different. Sure, this suspicious media player does work to some extent, but it is not as beneficial as you might have been made to believe. On top of that, it is very possible that this program has a secret purpose, and it could even turn out to be dangerous in regards to your virtual security. We are hopeful that you will be able to remove MMUltraPlayer without facing any security issues, but, until you do, you need to be cautious.

According to our research conducted in our internal lab, the installer of MMUltraPlayer is signed by YURYDYCHNA KOMPANIYA AYTI-LEKS. This company is associated with other suspicious, potentially unwanted programs (e.g., Midak or Gimenene). Unsurprisingly, this company does not have an official website, and there is very little information about it. The chances are that this company is bogus, and the party controlling it also stands behind a number of other fictitious companies. MMUltraPlayer itself does not have an official website, and it is not available from authentic, trustworthy software markets. The inexistence of an official website is a red flag that cannot be ignored. Official websites usually provide legal information, and it allows understanding software in a better manner. On top of that, if you cannot download this PUP from its official website, it means that you are using potentially unsafe sources.

It was found that MMUltraPlayer could be spread via DownloadMR bundles. Some security tools recognize this installer as a threat because it is primarily used for the distribution of adware, browser hijackers, and misleading system tools. Obviously, you cannot trust a legitimate program to be introduced to you by unreliable installers, and this is another red flag. According to our malware analysts, you might find MMUltraPlayer packaged with potentially unwanted programs (e.g., InstantSupport, Advanced ScreenSnapshot, and Advanced Calendar), as well as advertising-supported programs (e.g., Screentool and DealPly). If you have accidentally downloaded these programs or if they were infiltrated without your permission, you need to delete them instantaneously. Because some malicious threats are capable of concealing themselves, we also advise using a malware scanner to inspect your PC and potentially disclose the hidden threats. If you skip this step, your virtual security might remain at risk even if you successfully remove the PUP.

Even if you do not recognize all the security risks that you might encounter by trusting MMUltraPlayer, you should figure out yourself that this program deserves removal. As you might have found out yourself, this program, although functional, does not have the best interface. Some of the commands on the interface are unresponsive, and that might stop you from enjoying your video and audio files. Considering that there are tons of authentic, legitimate, useful, and fully-functional media players, there is no reason for you to keep using MMUltraPlayer. Even if you are able to play media files without a glitch, this PUP does not offer many features, and it truly is quite useless. If you need our advice on which media players are the most beneficial and useful, you can contact us via the comments section below. You can also use our database of removal guides to check if the media players you are interested in are not considered malicious.

If you uninstall MMUltraPlayer from your computer like any other unwanted app, you will be dealing with leftover junk, and you do not want that. We have created a removal guide that will help you erase this unwanted application from your Windows operating system in a time-efficient manner. If you have never deleted registry keys, you need to be extremely careful. Erasing the wrong keys could be detrimental, and so if you are unsure about this step, you can always start a discussion in the comments section. Of course, if your operating system is crammed with malware, it is a good idea to leave the removal to reliable anti-malware software. If you choose to use this software, make sure you keep it updated at all times to have full-time protection against all threats.

MMUltraPlayer Removal

  1. Launch Explorer (simultaneously tap Win+E keys).
  2. Type %AppData% into the bar at the top and tap Enter.
  3. Right-click and Delete the folder named MMUltraPlayer.
  4. Type %ProgramFiles(x86)% (or %ProgramFiles%, depending on your Windows version) and tap Enter.
  5. Right-click and Delete the folder named MMUltraPlayer.
  6. Launch RUN (simultaneously tap Win+R keys).
  7. Enter regedit.exe into the dialog box and click OK to launch Registry Editor.
  8. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\.
  9. Right-click and Delete the key called {40B15843-4228-4357-A40D-D3D1A71C4405} MMUltraPlayer_is1.
  10. Restart your PC and then run a full system scan.
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