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OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE Information and Removal:

The file OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE was tested and considered as Adware.

Adware displays pop-up ads in order to generate revenue for its author.

OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE shows pop-up ads or text ads or advertising banners.

Sometimes OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE displays coupons banners for sites you are visiting.

The banners are really annoying and invasive.

There is no way to stop OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE unwanted pop-ups.

Clicking link causes randomly redirecting your browser to the different pages with advertisements of computer speedup utilities fake antiviruses and other unwanted software.

How did OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE got on my computer?

It can be downloaded from the program's web site or bundled with some third-party software.

OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE is often bundled within the installers from download sites.

Most of software download sites distribute pay-per-install bundles instead of original installers.

We recommend you to download software only from vendor web site or from trusted sources.

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Suggest you to remove the OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE file and all related files.

OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE is known as:
Antivirus testing: 18 / 68
Dangerous Status: Adware
Malware Aliases: PUA/WinWrapper.Gen Generic PUA.Win32.Spigot W32.HfsAdware Win.Trojan.Downloader-65532.

MD5 of OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE = 645C7F50E7BCBB56C789BFFF4BA85859

OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE size is 236344 bytes.

Full path on a computer: C:\USERS\{USER}\DOWNLOADS\OCCTPT4.4.1.EXE



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