Orbit Explorer Detection and Remove
Orbit Explorer downloads itself into your computer and tries to pass itself off as a BHO (browser helper object). It is actually an adware and spyware program that will track your online activity, hijack your browser, and download other software to your computer.
Orbit Explorer changes Microsoft Windows Internet Explorer settings settings in order to redirect your searches and reset your home page. It will often send you to advertisement sites instead of to genuine search engine results when you search for something online.
Orbit Explorer also acts as a Trojan horse, downloading and installing other adware programs without your permission. It also assigns a unique number to your computer so that it may send information about how you surf and what you look for back to its home server.
This program’s terms of service states that it will “resolve any conflicts” that it may have with other programs on your computer. In other words, it will modify or take out, to the best of its ability, any programs that do not work with it.
If you find Orbit Explorer on your computer, chances are you have other unwanted programs as well. You can delete the following list of files and registry keys in order to remove it. You can also try a free trial of ZookaWare PC Cleaner to check and see if you have any other unwanted spyware, adware, or Trojans on your computer.
Relative file contents:
%windir%\Downloaded Program Files\OELoader.dll
%windir%\Downloaded Program Files\OELoader.exe
%windir%\Downloaded Program Files\OELoader.inf