A scan of a Windows 2000 system, J, on October 5, 2005 with Microsoft
AntiSpyware found Broadcasturban Tuner.
Microsoft AntiSpyware Version: 1.0.615
Spyware Definition Version: 5733 (10/5/2005 11:25:03 PM)
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.
A browser plug-in is an application that can be installed within a user's web
browser. Plug-ins can come in the form of a toolbar that is included in your web
browser or a search or navigation feature to extra task buttons on the browser.
Although most plug-ins are designed to perform necessary functions, many plug-ins
are harmful to you computer because they have complete access to your web browser
and can modify, spy and redirect any task you perform.
Severe-risk items have an extreme potential for harm, such as a security exploit, and
should be removed.
BroadcastURBAN tuner is an Internet Explorer browser
helper object (BHO) adware browser redirector.
Severe-risk items have an extreme potential for adverse
effect, such as a security exploit, and should be removed.
103 registry locations
No files reported