Adware and Unwanted Programs; which are usually bundled with other applications are created to perform hidden actions such as changing browser settings related to home page and search provider, etc., logging user activity on the browser, and displaying ads in various ways. Adware and software from lesser known sources usually come with strings attached. K7 Computing, a pioneer in antivirus solutions advises users to avoid the temptation to launch these suspicious files as they usually install unexpected components which compromise privacy and security of the device and can be difficult to detect and remove.
The recently detected adware ‘Fireball’ is also an intrusive unwanted application and is bundled with certain types of free software.
To help users secure their machines from this new adware; K7 Computing is offering a free tool for scanning, detecting and removing ‘Fireball’, even from computers which are not protected by K7 security software.
K7 Computing has been focused on innovating and introducing security solutions for the rapidly evolving threat landscape. The free tool can be utilized by everyone, anywhere in the world. Users of K7 Computing security products are already protected against all known Fireball components; which would be blocked proactively by our Real-Time Scanner.
The up-to- date tool can be downloaded from here.
K7 Computing has been swift with research and development of such free tools for users to counter threats of large magnitude. Since May 2017, K7 Computing has been offering a free tool for scanning and removing ‘WannaCry’ ransomware files.
This ransomware scanner scans the system identifying any WannaCry files, and removes them from the machine. It also identifies and removes other dangerous ransomware and bots.
K7 Computing has always emphasized that downloading and installing free security software from unknown sources is dangerous for the data and devices, and is therefore not advised.

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