- Shows commercial adverts
- Installs itself without permissions
- Can't be uninstalled via Control Panel
Tablacusapp is a new Trojan-type computer that you can get onto your PC as a result of installing a questionable software bundle. It can hijacker your browser’s settings to forcibly redirect you to adware servers. We believe that it might be used for search engine optimization purposes to generate more clicks and, thus, ad revenue to whatever it promotes as well as its creators. Therefore, this application has nothing to offer to the user, and you should remove it as soon as the opportunity arises. If you think your PC might have become infected with this Trojan, please read this article to find out more.
As mentioned in the introduction, this Trojan is distributed via software bundles. Our research has revealed that it can come bundled with legitimate applications such as CpuZ and HWmonitor. The folder where this Trojan can be found varies. Some versions start with %APPDATA%\HP***, others with %APPDATA%\***App. As a result, the folders can be named HPWombat, HPZebra, HPTiger; CpuzApp, KeePassApp, HwmonitorApp, and so on. Also, this Trojan can have a dedicated folder that does not contain files of third-party software. %APPDATA%\TablacusApp is the most likely file path, but the name of the folder can be different. The legit application consists of files that include two executables and one text file located in the file paths presented below.
The Tablacusapp Trojan-type file is located in the location presented below.
Research has also revealed that Tablacusapp creates three registry keys necessary for it to run.
The registry key HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run is purposefully configured to run Tablacusapp on each system startup. Consequently, this Trojan is set to carry out its activities at all times when your PC is running.
We have concluded that this application was designed to generate web traffic to individual websites. Once it is active on your PC, it will redirect you to adware servers that will assign random promotional links. The promoted sites can be loaded as pop-up ads or opened in a new tab. Whatever the case may be, it is evident that the ads can obstruct your browsing experience. Furthermore, there is no way to know whether the ads are safe to click, and some of them can pose a threat to your computer’s security as they can feature malware downloads.
If you do not want to see questionable advertisements, then you ought to delete Tablacusapp because it is not a reliable application. Our research has revealed that it has a Trojan component set to modify your browser settings to make it show commercial advertisements while you browse the web. The fact that it does that without your permission is unacceptable because there is no telling if the ads are safe to click. We recommend that you remove this Trojan using the guide supplied below.
How to uninstall Tablacusapp
Delete the registry keys