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Easy Calendar Extension


This page aims to help you remove Easy Calendar Extension. These Easy Calendar Extension removal instructions work for Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari, as well as every version of Windows. There is a very wide range of countries infected with this adware, as evidenced by constant pleads on our accounts to “Easy Calendar remover” and “como remover Easy Calendar do chrome” among others. Obviously we researched the subject, hence this article.

If you are looking for an Easy Calendar remover there are many out there that can do the job. Easy Calendar extension is a suspicious program identified as an Adware type of virus. There is a high chance you accidentally allowed it to access your computer. This is the type of malware most closely resembling a PUP or a Potentially Unwanted Program. What is known for this type of software is that while it is not an outright virus its behavior and traits are very reminiscent of one. But enough for this, let’s not forget you are dealing with a full-blown Adware threat here.

Easy Calendar Extension

Easy Calendar extension example

Typically you will be getting lots and lots of Advertisements, whether as a pop-up greeting any time you start your web browser and/or as a redirect to another website. We will talk a bit more about this in a moment. First we would like to point out that Easy Calendar remover has been reported to track your online activities. The sad reality is a high number of legitimate programs are doing this every day, but when we are talking about an Adware and tracking online activity in the same sentence then you have some pretty legitimate causes for concern.

What to expect from the Easy Calendar extension?

As promised let’s talk about the typical features of the Adware virus:

  • You will notice the numerous ads that open up on your desktop when you start internet browsing.
  • Many times there will be tabs with strange and or unknown to you websites being opened in your web browser.

It is a fairly certain proposition that you should try your best not to interact with the advertisements or the shady websites you have been redirected to in any way. Not only are the ads fake and you are certainly not going to get anything useful from there but you will also be exposing your system to more dangerous stuff as well. Easy Calendar remover has been reported to gather you location as well as your online activity. While it is not entirely clear what is happening with the gathered data and if it is being sent to a third party without your consent, we certainly wouldn’t take a chance with something this sensitive. Neither should you – so follow our free guide and remove this malware virus from your PC.

SUMMARY:

Name Easy Calendar
Type  Adware
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Bert L. Jackson

Bert L. Jackson has more then 13 years in the Cyber Security Industry consulting and collaborating. Distinguished for an entrepreneurial mindset, creative problem solving, cross-functional teams and a bottom-line orientation.

24 Comments

    • Can you tell me the names of these IP adresses? They may be safe. Also, are there any IP’s without names apart from the local host?

    • Just go on with the guide. If you delete everything else, you can easily get rid of Easy Calendar in chrome too. Don’t worry about not seeing it Safe Mode. Just go along with guide in “regular” mode.

  • I’ve been trying to remove this virus for days!! It doesn’t show any traces of it in control panel, task manager, regedit, msconfig, startup or shortcut properties target. It doesn’t show at all whether in safe mod or normal one. I proceeded every single step you wrote and still I can’t uninstall it because I can’t find anything. It only shows as extension in normal mode which I can’t delete. PLEASE HELP.

  • I have the exact same problem. It does not show up in any of the other steps and not in IE or Firefox (in either safe mode or normal). And it does not show up in Chrome in safe mode but does in Chrome in normal mode. In Chrome it cannot be disabled, instead a get a message it was installed by “Enterprise”. How do I remove it from Chrome?

  • Please help, same problem with An in my case is on chrome, i cant find the easy calender in control panel and the others

    • For everyone reading this: the creators of the virus probably changed something, and that’s why you can’t see it. Continue with the rest of the article especially the last 2 steps.

  • Same issue as the others. Cannot remove this from extensions, it infects every browser I install. Removing and reinstalling Chrome did not fix.

  • When I go through my CPU to Windows>system32>grouppolicy>machine, I can see the Easy Calender ID in the notepad, but when I delete it and try to save it, it says “Access Denied” and won’t let me save the change i made to the “registry.pol”. It says “Registry.pol already exists, would you like to replace it? [Yes] [No]” Naturally I press yes, and it says “Access Denied”. Any tips?

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