Remove OnlineMapFinder Browser Extension

remove onlinemapfinder browser extension in full guide by sensorstechforum

This article aims to help you with the removal of OnlineMapFinder extension and toolbar from affected browser and system. Follow the detailed guide at the end to get rid of this undesired program in full.

OnlineMapFinder is a dubious browser extension that could appear in your browser without your permission. It is associated with the company MindSpark that is a well-known distributor of various potentially unwanted apps. The extension is one of the numerous products released by the company that aims to obtain certain details from affected web browsers and generates income for its owners. Its presence in the browser usually leads to the display of many sponsored content and redirects to poorly secured websites.

Threat Summary

TypeBrowser Hijacker, Redirect, PUP
Short DescriptionOnlineMapFinder is a suspicious browser extension that adds a toolbar and a browser hijacker in an affected browser. It modifies the settigns of the homepages, new tab page and default search engine.
SymptomsThe homepage, new tab page and default search engine of affected browsers redirect to MyWay Search browser hijacker. Many advertisements flood the browser and make it sluggish.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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User ExperienceJoin Our Forum to Discuss OnlineMapFinder. – Spread Techniques

Most of the techniques used for the distribution of OnlineMapFinder browser extension attempt to trick you into installing it unnoticeably on your PC. One of the preferred ways of distribution is software bundling. It allows developers of various free third-party apps to inject installation code of undesired programs like OnlineMapFinder into the installers and set the extras to install by default. Due to the fact that this practice enables them to monetize their projects, they aim to trick as (Read more...)

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