PUPs lie in a “gray zone” of classification because they are not designed to destroy users’ computers or steal users’ information. In fact, they often offer a benefit to the user in addition to being a risk. This post shows brief information about potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) by using an infographic. If you don’t know much about PUPs but often encounter them on your machine, to protect your personal information as well as your machine, read on and you will learn more about PUPs and know how to deal with them.
Most of PUP (potentially unwanted program) is subborn threats, for example, BuzzingDhol is a bad infection that can make the computer get paralyzed. The following video exactly offers a complete guide for BuzzingDhol PUP removal. You’d better watch it in full-screen mode. Good luck!