MyBabylonTB.exe may seem like a harmless file. However, you should never let the name of this file to mislead you because it is not 'yours'. Beware that this file belongs to several suspicious applications that can easily try to initiate a total mess on your computer. One of them is delta-homes.com and others are Babylon Toolbar and isearch.babylon.com. Beware that each of these programs is suspicious and belongs to 'browser hijacker' category. No matter that they are presented as trustworthy search engines/toolbars, they can easily hijack each of your web browsers without your permission. After doing so, you can see that you are forced to look at various links, pop-up ads and similar content right after you start your browsing session. Please, do NOT click them because they are used for promoting affiliate parties that are hardly checked and researched. This can lead you to the infiltration of additional malware and similar problems. Finally, browser hijackers are capable of tracking PC users and collecting data that is related to their browsing habits. Typically, they collect personally non-identifiable information but there is no information given what parties can reach it..
Beware that there is a wide list of anti-viruses and other security products that detect MyBabylonTB.exe as a potential threat. The detection name of this file can be: Win32/Toolbar.Babylon; W32/Toolbar.BABYLON; PUP.Optional.BabylonToolBar.A; Trojan.Win32.BhoSiggen.bbayaz; Babylon (fs). You can find this Delta Homes or Babylon Toolbar component running in your Task Manager and in the subfolder of Windows Temp folder. The size of this file should be 2,445,608 bytes.
If your security software has just informed you about MyBabylonTB.exe, you should check your computer with FortectIntego for additional information or you can use SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner, Malwarebytes. Please, get rid of this file without a delay because, as you can clearly see, it is related to very questionable programs that can lead you to other issues and dangers.