DomaIQ pay-per install often takes advantages of system loopholes to come bundled with adware, worms and malware. It also helps scamware extensions, plug-ins and ads-on to be installed in the computer automatically. DomaIQ pay-per install triggers great troubles to net users. It may typically redirect your favorite websites to other harmful content and display random pop-up ads or messages on your screen. This is not a virus or Trojan. PUPs do not “infect” systems. They may be installed by a user individually or possibly as a part of a software package (in a bundle, for example).
We recognize that DomaIQ pay-per install may have legitimate uses in contexts where an authorized administrator has knowingly installed this application. If you agreed to a license agreement for this or another bundled application, you may have legal obligations with regard to removing this software, or to using the host application without this software. DomaIQ pay-per install is not a virus, it is detected as a “potentially unwanted program” (PUP). PUPs are any piece of software that a reasonably security- or privacy-minded computer user may want to be informed of and, in some cases, remove. PUPs are often made by a legitimate corporate entity for some beneficial purpose, but they alter the security state of the computer on which they are installed, or the privacy posture of the user of the system, such that most users will want to be aware of them.
DomaIQ pay-per install is adware which is bundled using custom installers and dropped on your computer during the installation process. Most users have no idea how this threat is installed on there computer and what it is, until their Antivirus or Anti-Malware software detects it as a malicious threat or virus. Follow our instruction to remove this threat and protect your computer against another virus or adware infection.
You should always pay attention when installing software because often, a software installer includes optional installs, such as DomaIQ pay-per install. Be very careful what you agree to install. Always opt for the custom installation and deselect anything that is not familiar, especially optional software that you never wanted to download and install in the first place. It goes without saying that you should not install software that you don’t trust.
Download software to help prevent unwanted bundles on yoru computer such as Unchecky. You can download Unchecky here. Unchecky automatically unchecks unrelated offers, both saving you mouse clicks and making it less likely to miss a checkbox of an unwanted offer. Unchecky warns you when you try to accept a potentially unwanted offer, which makes it less likely to be accepted accidentally.