RadioSearches has nothing to do with online radio. It offers a search tool, but it cannot be trusted either. Basically, this extension created for Google Chrome is useless, and that is one reason why we identify it as a PUP – potentially unwanted program. Another reason for that is that the extension does not seem to take users’ security in mind. It tracks activity, collects data, and shares it with unknown parties. Therefore, there is a security element in all of this as well. We assume that you already want to remove RadioSearches from your operating system, given that you have found this guide. However, if you are not yet sure what you want to do, or if you are simply researching the suspicious extension, this is the report you should read. At the bottom of the page, you can find a comments section, and if you have questions, this is where you should leave them. Do not hesitate to use the opportunity to connect with our cybersecurity experts.
Chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/radiosearches/bjhheeocfnaidhhkngiifmajjjajdcle is where the installer of RadioSearches can be found. The Chrome Web Store is a very popular app store among Chrome users, and so it is not surprising that some people just download the extension without taking a closer look at it. After all, it is a legitimate app source, and so it must vet all extensions, right? Unfortunately, it is not always able to identify PUPs as threats. In fact, not all security tools identify PUPs as threats. Of course, you are in a better position if you downloaded RadioSearches from this source. If you were introduced to the PUP via a bundled downloader, there is a possibility that other threats now exist along with it. Install a legitimate malware scanner, and you will know soon enough if there is anything else that you need to delete. We suggest that you scan your system if you have AllMoviesSearch, SearchProConverter, SearchOpedia, or any other clone of the PUP installed as well. All of these extensions are identical.
If you have used Chrome extensions before, you might already know how to remove them from your web browser. It is fairly easy to do. If you are inexperienced, we have created a guide for you. Follow it, and you will have RadioSearches deleted. You will also have browsing data cleared. When clearing it, you can select the preferred time range, and you can pick what kinds of data you want to delete. However, if you have never cleared your browser before, we strongly suggest considering a full cleanout. Of course, note that if you delete everything, your remembered passwords will be forgotten, cookies will be removed, and your browsing history will be gone as well. If you are not interested in that, at least remove RadioSearches cookies. If you cannot identify them, remove all cookies placed from when the PUP was installed. And what can you do about all other threats that might exist? If you have learned about their existence, we advise installing anti-malware software. It will take care of things automatically.