Proxycheck.exe “Virus” Process (High CPU & Ads) – How to Remove It Fully

This article has been created in order to show you how you can remove the Proxycheck.exe process from your computer and how you can stop it from running adware activities on your computer.

Proxycheck.exe is a process which is associated with the Anonymizer Gadget potentially unwanted software, which aims to run it automatically In the background of your computer. The proxycheck.exe process may run multiple times simultaneously and this may result in your computer becoming slow and sluggish. In addition to this, the Proxycheck.exe adware is also bundled with other programs this adware carries alongside it that may additionally display advertisements, create shortcuts and even infect your PC with malware as a result of a browser redirection or other forms of advertised content. If you have been affected by this pesky application, we recommend that you read this article in order to learn how to remove the Proxycheck.exe adware from your computer completely and remove all of the advertisements related to it.

Threat Summary

Nameproxycheck.exe and Anonymizer Gadget PUP
TypePUP and CryptoCurrency Miner
Short DescriptionIt can install other adware and display advertisements in the background of your comptuer.
SymptomsThe program AnonymizerGadget and the process prox.
Distribution MethodVia the AnonymizerGadget program bundled together with the installers of various free progams dowloaded from third-party low-rep sites.
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Proxycheck.exe Virus – How Does It Spread

For this unwanted software to get into your computer one strategy of distribution might be seen more often than others. It is known as software bundling and it includes the Anonymizer Gadget PUP (Read more...)

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