TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware Description
TheSeaApp Toolbar (The Sea App Toolbar) is defined as a browser adware which, unlike other browser hijackers, dresses itself up as a browser Add-on toolbar. The Sea App Toolbar is a malicious thing that treated as a plug-in/add-on on your browser, once installed onto your system, better to know The Sea App Toolbar will hijack your browser, making your computer slow down, frozen, even crash when you opened the browser. The Sea App Toolbar is able to change browser settings, set a process stay in background and allow itself to connect to the internet. This adware can also replace your search engine with itself, when you use search engine like Google or Yahoo, it will pop up a small window with Google page loading. The small window of TheSeaApp Toolbar can show up all the search content you just search with Google, and the search result list looks as same as the normal Google do, but once clicking one link in, the show up page will not be the correct page that you want, instead, the page is full of advertisement and junk information. The advertisement also pops up randomly during surfing internet. So you should be careful while surfing on the internet and be cautious to install free or unknown software, your computer will be more safe.
TheSeaApp Toolbar we defined as adware because it isn’t easy to be uninstalled, you can get the uninstaller from TheSeaApp Toolbar itself to do a uninstalling process, but after uninstalling The Sea App Toolbar, it still appear on your browser and it works as normal as before. TheSeaApp Toolbar comes with free software. People try using antivirus or some other tools to get rid of this rogue program, but there is not any result related to The Sea App Toolbar that can be detected by the anti-virus programs. If you want to get rid of The Sea App Toolbar, you need to do a deeper clean up, miss any component will let TheSeaApp Toolbar snaking back. So a deeper cleaning up is very necessary.
To save your computer from this TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware, do not spend time on searching for better programs since your antivirus cannot deal with it. Hackers have made this browser virus to be able to find and break through PC vulnerability. It takes manual steps to completely get rid of this nasty virus. Not confident or good at PCs? Contact YooSecurity Online PC Expert 24/7 now for further assistance.
What Can TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware Do
Do not underestimate this small browser redirect virus. It can bring constant pains to both your computer and you.
A. As mentioned above that all the searching results provided by this Toolbar adware are sponsored by hackers. They are posted on the web with many viruses hidden beneath. Once you land there, Trojans and ransomware can get into the system without permission.
B. There may be many pop ups including ads, porn and fake surveys while you surf the web.
C. Remote hackers can use TheSeaApp Toolbar adware to collect and steal valuable information from PC users and even control the infected PCs.
D. System could be stuffed with fake or infected folders and files to mix with the real ones so that antivirus programs may not be able to detect them.
E. System stability will be affected as well.
TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware Removal Instructions
Although it is not explicitly categorized as malicious spyware, it is highly recommended that unless it was a lucid and intentional choice to download the TheSeaApp Toolbar, a cautious computer user should remove TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware.
Special Notes: if you do not have other available browsers but only the infected one and seem not be able to go online because of all the redirecting and interruption caused by TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware virus infection, please try to put computer in Safe mode with networking first. To do that, repeatedly hit F8 key upon PC startup but before logging in; then highlight the wanted option and hit Enter. System will load files and then go through to desktop where everything looks bigger as usual(Just for Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7). (If your OS is Windows 8, please click here for details).
Open Windows Task Manager to end process TheSeaApp Toolbar browser redirect virus. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together to pull up Window Task Manager and go to Processes tab on the top; scroll down the list of processes and End suspicious ones.
Show files hidden by TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware redirect virus. Open Control Panel from Start menu; go to Folder Options, under View tab, tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.
Go to Registry Editor. Press Windows+R keys and then type regedit in Run box to search. Find out and delete all the associating files and registry entries with TheSeaApp Toolbar Adware as below:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\System “DisableRegedit” = “rnd”
Reset homepage back to favorite.
1. On Mozilla Firefox. Go to Options window from Tools; type wanted homepage address in Home Page bar and When Firefox starts: Show my home page. Then click OK.
2. On Internet Explorer. Go to Internet Options window from Tools; under General tab; To create home page tabs, type each address on its own line; then click OK.
Video on How to Modify or Change Windows Registry
As this TheSeaApp Toolbar adware is in fact very deeply embedded in your computer,it must be removed completely from your system. It is possible to manually remove the TheSeaApp Toolbar though it is highly recommended that most users seek the guidance of an IT professional. The The Sea App Toolbar functions in all major internet browsers like Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome and so on. The basic components of the Toolbar are installed the old-fashioned way through Add/Remove programs from the Windows Control panel. Add-on files and web browser settings are the lingering components need to be eliminated manually with expertise.
If you are not familiar with the manual removal concepts or cannot remove TheSeaApp Toolbar adware off your computer by yourself, to avoid damaging your system, please contact YooSecurity Online PC Experts to rescue your whole system on the machine.
Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on April 10, 2014 4:41 am