Do you know what Eatyellowmango.com is?
Eatyellowmango.com is a newly discovered adware server that has been reported as being prevalent in countries such as India and Indonesia. It is used to redirect you to promoted websites without your knowledge or consent, so we invite you to remove it from your computer as soon as possible because there is no telling what unreliable and potentially malicious content it may subject you to. In addition, this adware server has been configured to collect some information about you to redirect you to websites that may be of interest to you. However, this does not mean that the content of those sites will be safe to interact with.
Our cybersecurity experts say that Eatyellowmango.com might be loaded on your web browser by a potentially unwanted application on your PC that might have been installed on it by stealth. That program will redirect you to Eatyellowmango.com which, in turn, will redirect you to one of its many promoted websites. Unfortunately, redirecting you to those sites is considered a malicious action because it is done without your consent. Furthermore, this adware server might redirect you to websites that you may be interested in because both Eatyellowmango.com and its accompanying software might be able to collect anonymous information about you.
Our cybersecurity experts say that certain non-personally identifiable information can be collected legally by all websites, applications, and browser extension. Therefore, we assume that the combination of this adware server working hand in hand with its accompanying software can collect information such as your browsing history, search queries entered into search engines, browser type, operating system type, IP address, ISP domain name, and so on. All of this and other anonymous information can be used to determine which promoted websites you ought to be redirected to in an effort to generate as much ad revenue as possible. However, the problem is that, in additions to the redirections obstructing your browsing experience, the promoted websites can redirect you to questionable sites that can potentially jeopardize your computer’s security and your privacy. Therefore, you should not trust Eatyellowmango.com’s redirections.
Now let us discuss how this adware server can end up on your PC. As mentioned earlier, you can get redirected through Eatyellowmango.com by some kind of potentially unwanted program. This elusive program has yet to be identified, but we suspect that it might be bundled with freeware and have been set to install on your computer by default when installing other software. Freeware websites often feature unreliable software that they bundle with legitimate applications and set them to be installed secretly. However, in this particular case, you may be able to deselect the program promoting Eatyellowmango.com by opting for advanced or custom installation settings.
In closing, Eatyellowmango.com is yet another adware server similar to Fedsit.com, Movie2k Ads, Youfreenews.net, and Hophitnews.ru. All of them are designed to promote other websites to generate revenue. This adware server is annoying and intrusive. Furthermore, you probably got the software that loads it onto your PC accidentally. Therefore, to avoid interacting with shady content, we recommend that you remove this adware server from your PC as soon as the opportunity arises.
Manual Removal Guide
- Go to http://www.spyware-techie.com/download-sph
- Download SpyHunter-Installer.exe.
- Install the program and run it.
- Click Scan Computer Now!
- Copy the file path of the malware from the scan results.
- Press Windows+E keys.
- Enter the file path of the malware in File Explorer’s address box.
- Press Enter.
- Locate, right-click the malicious files and click Delete.
- Empty the Recycle Bin.
In non-techie terms:
Eatyellowmango.com is one of many adware servers that can get onto your computer after installing unreliable software. This server hosts ads, so it can redirect you to promoted websites at any time while you browse the web. Furthermore, there is no telling whether the promoted websites are safe to browse, so we recommend that you stay on the safe side of things and remove this adware server as soon as you can.