WebHancer is an executable program that is usually installed without your consent. Because webHancer bundles with other programs, e.g., Grokster and Audio Galaxy in particular, it is possible to not even know it’s there until your PC starts showing signs of a problem.
Some indicators that something is not right can include decreased performance, frequent crashing, numerous advertisements (pop-ups/pop-unders), and even slow connection because of the increased usage of bandwidth by webHancer.
When webHancer is installed on your PC, it runs a process called whAgent. It then collects your information and sends this information to the remote webHancer server. WebHancer conflicts with Microsoft ISS and can cause server script problems, resulting in pages loading incorrectly when your web settings are placed at medium to high.
The easiest thing to do is to get rid of webHancer, and you can do this with anti-spyware software. Because webHancer can be difficult to detect, not just any software will work; I would suggest avoiding the free offers. Only trust software that has been tested and proven to work. Spending a few dollars now can save you a whole lot later on in computer repair costs.
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