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Danger level 3
Type: Potentially Unwanted Application


QuickLogin provides links to popular email services, but it may also alter browser preferences like homepage or new tab page. Thus, users who come across it may want to think about whether they are okay with such changes. Of course, before making any decision, it is important to know more about this application’s working manner, which is what we discuss further in this article among other details. Therefore, if you would like to learn more about this extension, we highly recommend continuing reading. Also, in case you choose not to use QuickLogin, we could offer our deletion instructions available at the end of the article. Naturally, if you think you might need more help or you want to know something else about the tool in question, you could leave us a comment at the end of this page too.

Users should know QuickLogin falls under the classification of potentially unwanted programs, tools that might have unwanted qualities but are not considered to be malicious. Lots of applications alike are distributed via pop-ups and other advertisements. It is quite possible this extension could be spread via ads too, but we also noticed it could be downloaded from the Chrome Web Store page. There we found the application’s description and links to its Privacy Policy and End User License Agreement documents.

First, we would like to start from the potentially unwanted program's description, which claims “extension allows you to quickly access your faviorite Email services directly fron your NewTab page.” The grammar mistakes look unprofessional, but what we wish to discuss is how the extension provides what it promises or in other words, how it works. To let the user access favorite email services right from his browser, the extension is supposed to place a toolbar containing links to popular email services below the address bar. What is crucial to realize is that instead of this toolbar you could use your browser’s bookmarks tab. All there is to do is bookmark favorite email providers.

Moreover, besides placing a toolbar, QuickLogin may also change your homepage and new tab page preferences. As a result, the affected browser may start loading the extension’s website that ought to provide a search engine. After reading the application’s Privacy Policy, we learned the application could gather various information about the user’s browsing habits. It is said that the extensions developers could use the gathered information “in order to show you ads and offers.” It might mean such advertising content could be targeted. Many users do not like such ads as they find them annoying. If you are among them, having QuickLogin on your browser could cause irritation if it starts showing annoying pop-ups, banners, etc.

Besides, we would advise being cautious with any ads you may encounter while using QuickLogin, as the application’s ads might come from unknown third parties. According to the potentially unwanted program’s End User License Agreement document, the extension’s developers do not review third-party content, and the tool’s users have to “acknowledge that we have no control over and assume no responsibility for Third Party Content.” Consequently, we advise being cautious if you decide to keep using this application. On the other hand, if you do not think it is a good idea, we recommend deleting QuickLogin.

The potentially unwanted program works both on Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. To remove it from either of these two browsers you could use your browser’s Extensions menu. The instructions available below will show how to access it and erase QuickLogin step by step. There is also another way to deal with the unwanted extension. Users who prefer it should install a reliable antimalware tool, scan the computer with it and then press the given deletion button to remove the application along with other detections from the system.

Erase QuickLogin

Google Chrome

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Type chrome://extensions in to its address bar.
  3. Click Enter.
  4. Find QuickLogin and press Remove.
  5. Confirm if needed and restart the browser.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open the browser.
  2. Copy and paste about:addons into the browser’s address bar.
  3. Tap Enter.
  4. Choose Extensions in the menu on the left side.
  5. Locate QuickLogin and select Remove.
  6. Restart the browser.
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