Browser Helper Objects (BHOs) are DLL modules that have been created to enhance the Internet Explorer functionality.
But these items are frequently used by some spyware applications in their attempt to monitor the users' online activity and to get ahold of their credentials.
SpyBHORemover is a simple-to-use program with a self-explanatory name - it allows you to get rid off Browser Helper Objects used by malicious agents. It can be handled even by less experienced users.
The interface of the tool is represented by a standard and uncomplicated layout. SpyBHORemover automatically performs a scan job upon initialization. Afterward, you can check out the name, thread analysis result, company, product, date, along with the class ID and file path of each BHO.
So, all you have to do is remove malicious Browser Helper Objects with the simple click of a button. On the bottom side of the layout you can check out the thread levels and color - 'Dangerous', 'Suspicious', 'Need analysis' and 'Good”. After a BHO is removed, you can view it in a secondary list. Items can be restored and the scan report can be exported to an HTML file.
Additionally, you can access the context menu to scan a BHO online via VirusTotal, ThreatExpert or ProcessLibrary. Plus, you can open a DLL's directory, jump to its entry in the Windows registry and view file properties.
SpyBHORemover requires a low amount of system resources, quickly finishes a scanning procedure and does a great job at taking care of unwanted Browser Helper Objects. It didn't cause our operating systems to freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. SpyBHORemover is certainly a tool worth keeping in your collection of security apps.