You might have downloaded Image Seeker (also known as Seeker Virus) because you thought that this extension would deliver images in a more convenient manner. Also, you could have been attracted by the pledge of “improved surfing” and “automatic reckless image consequences.” The add-on must even be capable of looking images that are based on the web pages you are visiting. If this is why you obtained the add-on, it’s probable that you inspected it further. For instance, did you study the privacy policies at image-seeker.com/?A=privacy? Did you encounter the analyzes of the plugin’s people? Did you encounter declarations by malware specialists? Perhaps, in other words what you are doing now, and you are regardless believing whether or not to set up the plugin at all. However, should you have set up it earlier, we suggest reading this article. By the end, you shall have a chance to capable of making an notified choice on if you want to remove Image Seeker.
At the time of investigation, Image Seeker was compatible in packages with Google Chrome merely. Probably this add-on will be introduced to other internet browsers henceforth, but we can not know that since image-seeker.com â€“ which is the official page of the plugin â€“ does not sound to provide an installer at all. The add-on can regardless be located at chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pdknlomnfmcmikeeadjeoalmmjfababm. Should you have employed the Chrome Web Store earlier, most probably you assume that the plugins depicted via this platform may be trusted. Well, generally, i.e. the case. However, potentially unwanted programs â€“ or potentially undesirable applications â€“ have been noted as well, and our specialists group considers Image Seeker as a PUP as well. Why is that so? At the start of all, it does not appear to operate. At least, when we looked into it, it did not offer valuable or appealing functions. Perhaps, the program is below construction? However, a single investigate dumped behind by another Chrome user who had collected the plug-in implies that the plug-in actually is purposeless. In other words not the sole argument why we encourage contemplating the uninstallation of this plugin.
As Image Seeker did not run when we investigated it, and, instead, it accumulated user statistics and planned for ad-sustained, we suggest that you terminate this pup. There are different techniques in which you could manage the mission. Of course, we are assured that a majority of users shall be going for between the by hand and automatic deletion. The guidelines below shows how to delete Image Seeker in a manual way, but if you are a majority of concerned with this choice, you need to scan your pc at the beginning. Need to other risks be detected, we advise thinking about the setup of anti-malicious software program. It would hurriedly and in an automatic way terminate all threats, and, simultaneously, it would also guard your device, which you need to be curious about. Realize that the comments paragraphs underneath is open, and you may ask us anything.
- Installs itself without permissions
- Slows internet connection
- Seeker Connects to the internet without your permission
- Modifies Desktop and Browser Settings.
- Shows Fake Security Alerts, Pop-ups and Ads.
- Distributes itself through pay-per-install or is bundled with third-party software.
- Steals or uses your Confidential Data
- Seeker Shows commercial adverts
Seeker effected Windows OS versions
- Windows 8 28%
- Windows 7 22%
- Windows Vista 7%
- Windows XP 43%
Warning, multiple anti-virus scanners have detected possible malware in Seeker.
|K7 AntiVirus||9.179.12403||Unwanted-Program ( 00454f261 )|
Remove Seeker from Windows
Remove Seeker from Windows XP:
- Drag mouse cursor to the left of the Task Bar and click Start to open a menu.
- Open the Control Panel and double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Remove the undesirable application.
Remove Seeker from Windows Vista or Windows 7:
- Click the Start menu icon on the Task Bar and select Control Panel.
- Select Uninstall a program and locate the undesirable application
- Right-click the application you want to delete and select Uninstall.
Remove Seeker from Windows 8:
- Right-click on the Metro UI screen, select All apps and then Control Panel.
- Go to Uninstall a program and right-click the application you want to delete.
- Select Uninstall.
Remove Seeker from Your Browsers
Remove Seeker from Internet Explorer
- Go for Alt+T and click on Internet Options.
- In this section, move to the 'Advanced' tab and then click on the 'Reset' button.
- Navigate to the 'Reset Internet Explorer settings' → then to 'Delete personal settings' and press on 'Reset' option.
- After this, click on 'Close' and go for OK to have modifications saved.
- Click on the tabs Alt+T and go for Manage Add-ons. Move to Toolbars and Extensions and here, get rid of the unwanted extensions.
- Click on Search Providers and set any page as your new search tool.
Delete Seeker from Mozilla Firefox
- As you have your browser opened, type in about:addons in the shown URL field.
- Move through Extensions and Addons list, delete the items having something in common with Seeker (or those which you may find unfamiliar). If the extension is not provided by Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Oracle or Adobe, you should be almost sure you have to erase it.
- Then, reset Firefox by doing this: move to Firefox ->Help (Help in menu for OSX users) -> Troubleshooting Information. Finally,Reset Firefox.
Terminate Seeker from Chrome
- In the displayed URL field, type in chrome://extensions.
- Take a look at the provided extensions and take care of those which you find unnecessary (those related to Seeker) by deleting it. If you do not know whether one or another must be deleted once and for all, disable some of them temporarily.
- Then, restart Chrome.
- Optionally, you may type in chrome://settings in URL bar, move to Advanced settings, navigate to the bottom and choose Reset browser settings.