Infolinks is an online advertising network, which offers various products in a form of underlined ads, banner ads and other forms of ads. This plugin looks really similarly to Text Enhance, Bonanza Deals and other adware-type applications that, according to hundreds of different reports, may infiltrate computers without an appropriate permission asked and then may start showing links and pop-up advertisements on each of web browsers. If you have been followed by Infolinks ads for a while, it might be that this or related program has infiltrated your computer without your permission asked. While we can't say that this program is spread just like viruses are, it has been relying on quite suspicious distribution method, which is called bundling. In addition, just like any other advertisement provider, Adsense or other, it may easily hijack each of your web browsers and then may start showing different kinds of ads. This is done for the only thing - sending visitors' traffic to particular websites and converting that into revenue. This process is usually called 'website monetization'. If you want to avoid Infolinks ads, you should check your computer with the reputable anti-spyware and remove related browser add-ons, plugins, extensions and toolbars. For that we highly recommend using SpyHunter.
As we have said, InfoLinks doesn't infect computers. It starts showing its underlined words only when a browser add-on, which is related to it, infiltrates the system. In most of the cases, it is done without the permission of PC's owner by adding this 'optional component' to various freeware and shareware. Developers of such programs are involved to the distribution of adwares in exchange for money. Of course, who wouldn't like to earn some money by doing almost nothing? Fortunately, you can avoid Infolinks virus. For that you need to start monitoring installation of the freeware and select only Custom or Advanced installation option. Once you do that, make sure you uncheck all checkboxes that agree with the installation of suspicious browser add-ons, extensions and plugins. If this program enters PC, Infolinks starts turning keywords into ads that may start showing up as soon as you hover the mouse over the link. If the ad is clicked, website's owner earns revenue. If you would pay attention to various discussions on the Internet, you would see that there are many people who want to get rid of Infolinks. If you are one of them, follow a guide given below:
To remove Infolinks, move your mouse over one of its ads and look for a question mark. Click that question mark and you should be redirected to a website, which offers you to click a link to opt-out of Infolinks ads. Note that you have to continue this for each site because there is no link available to get rid of Infolinks from all sites at once.
If the first method fails to work for you, you should follow the guide that is given below:
You can remove Infolinks automatically with a help of one of these programs: SpyHunter, STOPzilla, Malwarebytes Anti Malware. We recommend these applications because they can easily delete potentially unwanted programs and viruses with all their files and registry entries that are related to them.
If you are using OS X, click Go button at the top left of the screen and select Applications.
Wait until you see Applications folder and look for Infolinks or any other suspicious programs on it. Now right click on every of such entries and select Move to Trash.
After uninstalling this potentially unwanted program (PUP) and fixing each of your web browsers, we recommend you to scan your PC system with a reputable anti-spyware. This will help you to get rid of Infolinks registry traces and will also identify related parasites or possible malware infections on your computer. For that you can use our top-rated malware remover: SpyHunter, STOPzilla or Malwarebytes Anti Malware.
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Information added: 03/04/15 02:57;
information updated: 03/04/15 02:57