Keone Software integrates removal of new DNS Unlocker version 1.4

There is a marketing noise inherent in the web. It comes from websites your browse. The DNS Unlocker adware enhance that noise. To be precise, it may even block genuine ads of the websites. However, instead of the blocked ads the DNS Unlocker adware
TORONTO - Nov. 27, 2015 - PRLog -- DNS Unlocker fills your browsers with extra ads. The name refers to adware. One should remove DNS Unlocker adware otherwise, it will generate enormous number of ads. In the long run, the ads are going to slow your browser to a snail. That is, the intensity is only increasing. Tolerating the extra annoyance makes no sense. The longer you wait, the peskier it gets.

DNS Unlocker has a registered developer. The developer pretends the application is not a piece of malware: it is just about enhancing your browsing experience or something.

To make the adware appear legitimate, its vendors tend to apply formally legitimate propagation methods. The adware typically enters your PC along third party content.
It is the third party content that you actually load. The stuff that you load deliberately shall attract you. Otherwise, you would not load it willfully. To give you example, the adware may go at the background of free media player, free translation software etc. The publisher of such attractive software is not always aware of the bundling.

The fair publishers may fail to realize the content they provide is packaged into single kit with such a disgusting stuff as adware. Needless to say, users are also unaware. That is how they end up with the annoying ads by DNS Unlocker.

Installation of the adware hardly requires any effort. It may even escape user's attention.
Removal of DNS Unlocker does not go that smoothly. More info:
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