ShoppyTool is a potentially unwanted program which can hijack your browser settings. It represents itself as a beneficial tool helping users get coupons, deals, notifications from diverse online stores. Really, after installing, this rogue application performs to show a wide variety and intrusive ads on web pages that you visit. This behavior can be categorized as ad-ware.
BringMeSports Toolbar is a deceptive toolbar that promises to show you different sports news, broadcast events, etc. Actually, it's adware. Once it is installed the extension changes your browser homepage and default search engine to mywebsearch.com. Despite that this toolbar doesn't cause severe damage to your system, countless annoying ads may slow down your system performance.
Atwola is a name of cookie that tracks the computer user's browsing activity and interests. Gathering all the required information, it displays different ads, banners, pop-up ads in browser. Atwola cookie is not a virus, because it doesn’t harm the computer, but it may freeze the browsing. Besides, unreliable ads often contain links to untrustworthy and suspicious web pages where you could get a real virus. This infection supports almost all well-known browsers as Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Safari.
SunnyDay Apps - is a program that comes on the computer as a browser extension and hijacks popular browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The main objective of this program is the dissemination of advertisements. After penetrating the computer, SunnyDay Apps begins to display a huge amount of advertising, banners and coupons, pop-ups and so on.