Adyieldmanager.com (can also be found as ad.yieldmanager.com or yieldmanager.com) is not a virus, but it deserves to be included to our data base. No matter that it is mostly presented as a tool, which is capable to make your browsing much more convenient, this program should be categorized as a tracking cookie or adware. We say so because it can easily start recording your browsing activity once it gets inside the system. Of course, this is done without any obvious permission asked. Another reason, why we have decided to notify you about this program, is that it may enter your computer in a bundle with other software and then cause random pop-up ads or errors when you start browsing on the Internet. So, you can be sure that ad.yieldmanager.com is harmless but it would be better not to have this program on your computer. After collecting your personal information, adyieldmanager.com's owners may sell it to the third parties or use it for other purposes.
HOW CAN I GET INFECTED WITH Adyieldmanager.com?
As it was mentioned earlier, ad.yieldmanager.com can get inside the system in a bundle with other software. Of course, you can prevent this infiltration by choosing custom installation and unchecking this cookie before it is downloaded on your computer. As soon as it gets inside the system, adyieldmanager.com gets on all Internet browsers and begins tracking you across various websites. Besides, it may start showing an error message with the following text and slow your computer down:
Sorry, we couldn't find http://ad.yieldmanager.com/st?_PVID=PVvL1…ACX1b….
If you are one of these users, who want to get rid of ad.yieldmanager.com because it initiates serious havoc on their PCs, read the guide given below.
HOW TO REMOVE Adyieldmanager.com?
In order to remove ad.yieldmanager.com, you should remove its existing cookies and also disable all third-party cookies from it in your web browsers:
- Open IE and go Tools -> Internet Options -> General tab -> Settings.
- Click View Files -> Temporary Internet Files and search for ad.yieldmanager.com, content.yieldmanager.com, yieldmanager.com or yieldmanager.net.
- Delete these cookies.
- Open Mozilla, go Tools -> Options -> Privacy tab
- Here, click Show cookies button and search the ones that are related to adyieldmanager.com
Finally, don't forget to scan your computer with updated anti-spyware and make sure that you have no dangerus files installed by the same freeware. Use Reimage, Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus or other reputable application for that.