Zuvio.OpenSite Browser Hijacker Information
|| - Alias: PowerSearch toolbar
Elevated threats are usually threats that fall into the range of adware in which data about a user's habits are tracked and sent back to a server for analysis without your consent or knowledge.
||OpenSite displays advertisements based on keywords in the address bar, and may also change the default home page in Internet Explorer.
"When using Zuvio, Page Access, and/or Open Site you agree to the following terms and conditions (the "Terms of Service"). You can always check out the most current version of these Terms of Service at this page. In addition, when using particular Zuvio services, you shall be subject to any posted guidelines applicable to such services, including the any applicable sweepstakes rules and any terms or conditions applicable to Zuvio services provided in conjunction with any of Zuvio's content and service partners. All such rules and guidelines are hereby incorporated by reference into the Terms of Service. If you do not agree to these Terms of Service please do not use the site and do not register to be a member of Zuvio. We reserve the right, at our discretion, to change, modify, add, or remove portions of these Terms of Service at any time. Please check these terms periodically for changes. Your continued use of the Zuvio Service following the posting of changes to these terms (including Zuvio's Forum Guidelines) will mean you accept those changes.
Zuvio is a multi-purpose service which allows you to use or access a wealth of products and services, including e-mail, software, search services, chat rooms and bulletin boards, shopping services, news, financial information and broad range of other content (collectively the "Zuvio Service"). These Terms of Service apply to the Zuvio Service as well as any new products or services that we may add in the future (unless stated otherwise).
General Terms of Service and Restrictions on Use of Materials
By using the Zuvio Service, you agree to be legally bound and to abide by the Terms of Service, just as if you had signed this Agreement. If you do not comply with the Terms of Service at any time, Zuvio reserves the right to terminate your access the Zuvio Service. Zuvio may discontinue or alter any aspect of the Zuvio Service, including, but not limited to, (i) restricting the time the Zuvio Service is available, (ii) restricting the amount of use permitted, and (iii) restricting or terminating any user's right to use the Zuvio Service, at Zuvio's sole discretion and without prior notice or liability. You are responsible for all charges associated with connecting to the Zuvio Service through an available access number. You are also responsible for obtaining or providing all access lines, telephone and computer equipment (including modem), or other device, necessary to access the Zuvio Service. You further certify that you are an individual.
In order to permit Zuvio to protect the quality of its products and services, you hereby consent to Zuvio employees being able to access your account and records on a case by case basis to investigate complaints or other allegations or abuse.
You acknowledge that the Zuvio Service contains information, software, photos, video, text, graphics, music, sounds or other material (collectively, "Content") that are protected by copyrights, patents, trademarks, trade secrets or other proprietary rights, and that these rights are valid and protected in all forms, media and technologies existing now or here after developed. All Content is copyrighted as a collective work under the U.S. copyright laws, and Zuvio owns a copyright in the selection, coordination, arrangement and enhancement of such Content. The Zuvio name and logo are exclusively licensed to the Zuvio Network, Inc. All other trademarks appearing on the
||process: opnste.exe: MD5 Hash: 16c17b8a5c8c0074c42...
process: opensite.exe: MD5 Hash: 59545f5d4ae88f25ccc...
process: uninstall.exe: MD5 Hash: 493fe7e6a7fbcaaf17f...
process: uninstall.exe: MD5 Hash: 493fe7e6a7fbcaaf17f..
||Browser Hijacker - Adware is generally software that displays advertisements. Some advertisers may covertly install adware on your system and generate a stream of unsolicited advertisements that can clutter your desktop and affect your productivity. The advertisements may also contain pornographic or other material that you might find inappropriate. The extra processing required to track you or to display advertisements can tax your computer and hurt your system performance.
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