Prime Soft Adware – How to Remove It Fully from Browser and PC

This article has been created in order to explain what is the Prime Soft adware and how to fully remove it from your computer.

A new adware, related to set of various different programs which show advertisements on the victims’ computers has been detected under the name Prime Soft Inc. The adware may show different types of advertisements, including pop-ups, browser redirects and other forms of ads on the victim’s computer. This may immediately result In your PC starting to experience slowdowns and other similar behavior. Since some of the advertisements, related to Prime Soft adware may be damaging to your computer, we recommend you to read this article and learn how to remove the Prime Soft PUP from your computer, if you see it.

Threat Summary

NamePrime Soft Inc. Adware
Short DescriptionAims to download and install different adware components on the computers of users and display different advertisements plus track information.
SymptomsYour web browser begins to display various types of online advertisements, which results in slowing down of your PC and possible malware infection, since the ads lead to third-party sites.
Distribution MethodBundled downloads. Web pages which may advertise it.
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Prime Soft Adware – Distribution Methods

In order for it to be widespread, Prime Soft adware may use different tactics to spread, but one of them stands out and it is called software bundling. Based on this method, many programs that users download from third-party software providing websites are often bundled with other programs, such as free media players torrent downloader software and other freeware users often download. In addition to this, the Prime (Read more...)

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