Remove WebPlayerTool Toolbar pop-ups
Name of the threat:WebPlayerTool Toolbar
Command or file name:tbhelper.dll
Affected OS:Win32/Win64 (Windows XP, Vista/7, 8/8.1, Windows 10)
Affected browsers:Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari
WebPlayerTool Toolbar intrusion method
Usually programs that cause WebPlayerTool Toolbar pop-ups in browsers come bundled with freeware downloads. During installation you can be offered to install certain browser extension or software, that will then generate WebPlayerTool Toolbar pop-ups. Program related to WebPlayerTool Toolbar pop-ups copies its file(s) to your hard disk. Its typical file name is tbhelper.dll. Then it creates new startup key with name WebPlayerTool Toolbar and value tbhelper.dll. You can also find it in your processes list with random name. Also, it can create folder with random name under C:\Program Files\ or C:\ProgramData. If you have further questions about WebPlayerTool Toolbar pop-ups, please ask below. You can use programs to remove WebPlayerTool Toolbar pop-ups from your browsers below.
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This problem can be solved manually by deleting all registry keys and files connected with WebPlayerTool Toolbar, removing it from startup list and unregistering all corresponding DLLs. Additionally missing DLL's should be restored from distribution in case they are corrupted by WebPlayerTool Toolbar.
To get rid of WebPlayerTool Toolbar, you should:
1. Kill the following processes and delete the appropriate files:
Warning: you should delete only those files which checksums are listed as malicious. There may be valid files with the same names in your system. We recommend you to use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool for safe problem solution.
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2. Delete the following malicious folders:
3. Delete the following malicious registry entries and\or values:
Warning: if value is listed for some registry entries, you should only clear these values and leave keys with such values untouched. We recommend you to use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool for safe problem solution.
Uninstall WebPlayerTool Toolbar related programs from Control Panel
We recommend you to check list of installed programs and search for WebPlayerTool Toolbar entry or other unknown and suspicious programs. Below are instructions for different version if Windows. In some cases adware programs are protected by malicious service or process and it will not allow you to uninstall it. If WebPlayerTool Toolbar won't uninstall or gives you error message that you do not have sufficient rights to do this perform below instructions in Safe Mode or Safe Mode with Networking or use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool.
Remove WebPlayerTool Toolbar related extensions from your browsers
WebPlayerTool Toolbar in some cases can be accompanied with browsers extension. We recommend you to use free option Toolbar Remover under Tools in Spyhunter Remediation Tool to remove unwanted browser extensions related to WebPlayerTool Toolbar. We recommend you to perform scan your PC with Removal Tool or Spyhunter Remediation Tool. To remove extenions from your browsers manually do the following:
Warning: This option will only disable unwanted plugin. For effective WebPlayerTool Toolbar removal use WiperSoft Antispyware Malware Remediation Tool.
WebPlayerTool Toolbar can affect your browsers which results in browser redirection or search hijack. We recommend you to use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Spyhunter Remediation Tool to reset all the browsers at once. Mention that you need to remove all files and kill all processes belonging to WebPlayerTool Toolbar before doing this. To reset your browsers manually and restore your homepage perform the following steps:
Warning: In case this option will not work use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Spyhunter Remediation Tool.
Warning: This option might not work if in Google Chrome you use online synchronization between PCs. In this case use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Spyhunter Remediation Tool.
Warning: This option will also clean all your account passwords for all websites. If you don't want it use free option Reset Browsers under Tools in Spyhunter Remediation Tool.
How to block pop-ups in browsers
Pop-ups in browser can be caused not only by malicious programs and browser extensions, but also by malicious website scripts. Some sites do it on purpose, some sites can be hacked and compromised by hackers. If you see unusual ads on well-known websites, this can be a sign of malware infection of your computer or browser. If you see intrusive advertising on less-known web resources, you should make sure this website does not use low quality advertising scripts or low-quality advertising networks. There is a program, called AdGuard, that can prevent scripts-based bad ads, pop-ups and banners in any browser. You can download it here: