Scorpion Saver is classified by many antivirus programs as adware; in most cases it installs on a computer without asking permission from user. You may catch it while downloading free programs or fake software updates coming to your PC. You can easily check whether you have it installed by opening your browser’s extensions list.


CryptoLocker is one of ransomware that blocks access to infected computers and forces you to pay money for decryption and recovering of your files. The approach of Ransomware is simple. In most cases it gets into a system through fake emails camouflaged as an email attachment and, after opened, it proceeds to encrypt the files on your computer.


MediaPlayerPlus by Freeven is an ad-supported cross web browser plugin that is detected as adware by many antivirus companies. It affects all the latest versions of Windows OS, and installs to Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer through user downloads as an additional pre-selected option. Main goal of such extensions is to send web traffic to partners in order to make profit.


Level Quality Watcher by Adpeak, Inc. automatically runs itself with every Windows logon under the name of levelqualitywatcher32.exe or levelqualitywatcher64.exe service (according to your Windows version).


Qone8.com is an Adware or Browser Hijacker that usually can be installed in a bundle with other software. (For ex. Omiga) You should always pay attention to additional checkboxes and always check Custom installation.


Right Coupon is Browser Helper Object that pretends it is very helpful and user-friendly during online shopping. On their website it is stated that this add-on always find the most rewarding deals coupons, discounts, and item prices as well as save more cash and time  for you.


Price Peep is usually classified as an adware or PUP.  It hijacks the web pages and may be very annoying. You can download it and install from its official site or in a bundle with some freeware or shareware.


As technology advances, trying to maintain privacy on the Internet has become increasingly difficult. Nowadays there are so many different ways to be tracked online. Many everyday activities now involve computers and the Internet. Cell phones, emails, web browsers, search engines, and social media sites are just a few examples of technologies that produce digital footprints as a natural byproduct of using them.