What is ceres.dll? Is ceres.dll spyware or a virus?
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9 users ask for this file.
1 user didn't rate it ("don't know").
1 user rated it as not dangerous.
1 user rated it as little bit dangerous.
4 users rated it as dangerous.
|All comments about ceres.dll: |
| Stephanie|| all i can say its screwing my computer up and I cant get rid of it ! |
| || it prevents me from doing online activities |
| daniel morritt|| spyware |
| Jonathanshands|| It creates pop-ups that relate to the websites I happen to be visiting. example: TMobile will give a pop-up of a cell phone plan or ring tones. A dating website will bring up adult websites. etc. |
| Christopher|| It's intrusive and annoying and I can't uninstall it. |
| Ojje|| Adware together with Buddy.exe |
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