PremierOpinion by VoiceFive Networks is potentially unwanted program, that can infect Windows and MacOS systems. It can be classified as spyware and adware. Some users report ads and pop-ups by PremierOpinion, some indicate survey pop-ups in the bottom-right corner of the desktop. Research of recent versions of PremierOpinion shows, that this application collects private information about users computers without any permission and transmits this data to its servers. This data includes web surfing habits, program usage statistics, computer configuration, e-mails, adresses. There are obviously many unpleasant ways to use this information.
Win Tonic is doubtful Windows optimization utility and anti-virus scanner, that is categorized as potentially unwanted program (PUP). This program is not a malware, however it uses scam pop-ups, unethical obsessive advertising for distribution. Win Tonic can also show over-exaggerated amount of problems and display alerts to scare users into purchasing the program. Because of this factors Win Tonic can be classified as scareware or even rogue software. Users report certain problems with uninstalling this application from Windows using standard methods.
Bytefence Anti-Malware has some distribution issues, uninstallation problems and unwanted browser modifications. All this relates to behavior of potentially unwanted programs. Some users ask us to create uninstall guide for Bytefence Anti-Malware. This application can be removed manually, but in some cases it may result in error messages. So, here we prepared instructions to remove Bytefence Anti-Malware easily and solve problems with Bytefence Redirect.
Stack Player is cheating media player for Windows. Main feature of this program is to play online videos from a desktop widget. Player allows to play, search and add to favorites videos from YouTube, DailyMotion, Vimeo and Blinkx. Stack Player may seem useful, however, along with that it starts displaying ads and pop-ups in browsers.
Spice Nice is browser extension designed to show commercial ads and pop-ups in browsers. Spice Nice works under Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. It is promoted as add-on for searching discounts and deals on shopping sites, but in reality, Spice Nice generates ads inside of Google search results and on various regular websites. Ads are signed specifically: “Ads by Spice Nice”, “Related Search by Spice Nice”, “powered by Spice Nice” or “brought by Spice Nice”.