How to Fix: failed to load extension, manifest is missing (Google Chrome)

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Failed to load extension from, Manifest file is missing or unreadable

failed to load extension fixyourbrowserWhen you start-up Google Chrome and an error message shows “Failed to load extension” Google Chrome expects a Browser Extension that does not exist anymore and throws the error message “Manifest file is missing or unreadable”.

The first thing you should have done is reinstalling Google Chrome. If this doesn’t work, you should follow this additional steps as described below.

First, we start with renaming the Google Chrome default folder in order to stop loading the Browser Extension that doesn’t exist anymore. If this doesn’t solve your problem, search for unknown Browser Extensions and reset Google Chrome.

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Introducing Malwarebytes for MacOS – How to Use Instructions

Introducing Malwarebytes for MacOS

Malwarebytes for MacMalwarebytes Corporation has released its first official anti-malware security suite for Mac. They named their new baby Malwarebytes for Mac, which is almost identical, judged by the name to their other security product Malwarebytes Anti-Malware for Mac. However, there is a difference between Anti-Malware for Mac and Malwarebytes for Mac.

Malwarebytes for Mac is a real-time with advanced anti-malware technology security suite. Malwarebytes for Mac is a pro-active suite protecting your device(s) from all kind of threats.

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Remove Novo Optimizer – Removal Instruction – Windows 7, 8, and Windows 10

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Novo Optimizer is a Potentially Unwanted Program. Novo Optimizer infiltrates your systems during installation of other software, for this reason, Novo Optimizer is known as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP).

The ugly side of Potentially Unwanted Programs is they are installed with Adware. You should scan your computer with comprehensive anti-malware software to clean your computer from these infections.

Potentially Unwanted Programs should be removed as fast as possible. PUPs are known to collect Personal Identifiable Information and display intrusive advertisements while surfing the web.

The collection of Personal Identifiable Information, such as your IP-address, your location and browser history, can lead to serious privacy issues or even identity theft.

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How to Remove CC Cleaner – Potentially Unwanted Program

CC Cleaner is a Potentially Unwanted Program which name sounds very familiar like “CCleaner” CC Cleaner is often mistaken by malware or a virus. CC Cleaner infiltrates your systems during installation of other software, for this reason, it is known as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP). This particular PUP is distributed thru pop-up advertisements caused by Adware such as pcbooster ads.

The bad side of Potentially Unwanted Programs is they are installed with Adware, without the consent of the computer user. You should scan your computer with comprehensive anti-malware software to clean your computer from these adware infections.

Potentially Unwanted Programs should be removed as fast as possible. PUPs are known to collect Personal Identifiable Information and display intrusive advertisements while surfing the web. The collection of Personal Identifiable Information, such as your IP-address, your location and browser history, can lead to serious privacy issues or even identity theft.

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Malwarebytes has been blocked from running – Fix the problem now!

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We ran adware tests on our sandboxed machine, in this particular case a Windows 10 machine. After a successful malware scan with a known anti-malware solution, an adware problem was not completely solved. After a reboot, we then tried to run Malwarebytes to remove the threat and clean our machine.

When we started Malwarebytes we came to notice that Malwarebytes was added to the blocked filter of Windows SmartScreen. We weren’t able to start Malwarebytes nor AdwCleaner, both signed by the same publisher Malwarebytes. 

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Malwarebytes 3.1 released – More stable and new protection methods

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Since the launch of Malwarebytes version 3.0, there were quite a few problems with the stability of Malwarebytes version 3.0. Almost every month there was a program update to solve various critical issues. Despite that, the program was not as stable as its predecessor. But in Malwarebytes 3.1, the security company has implemented various performance improvements to ensure more stability. This version also uses less memory and starts up faster.

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Best Tools to Clean your Browser

Avast Browser Cleanup

When you would like to clean your browser, there are several free tools available to do just that. We made a summary for you with the best free tools available to clean your browser from all kind of infections.

  • If your browser is slow, you can reset your browser.
  • If your browser displays unwanted advertisements, you can scan your computer for adware, potentially unwanted programs or viruses.
  • When your homepage is hijacked, you can check your browser for malicious browser extensions, browser hijacks, adware or viruses.

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PC SpeedUp Pro (Potentially Unwanted Program) – How to Remove?

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PC SpeedUp Pro is a Potentially Unwanted Program, often mistaken by Adware or a virus. PC SpeedUp Pro infiltrates your systems during installation of other software, for this reason, it is known as a Potentially Unwanted Program (PUP).

The bad side of Potentially Unwanted Programs is they are installed with Adware. You should scan your computer with comprehensive anti-malware software to clean your computer from these infections.

Potentially Unwanted Programs should be removed as fast as possible. PUPs are known to collect Personal Identifiable Information and display intrusive advertisements while surfing the web. The collection of Personal Identifiable Information, such as your IP-address, your location and browser history, can lead to serious privacy issues or even identity theft.

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