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What is weDownload Manager-bho.dll?

weDownload Manager-bho.dll is part of weDownload Manager and developed by weDownload according to the weDownload Manager-bho.dll version information.

weDownload Manager-bho.dll's description is "weDownload Manager BHO"

weDownload Manager-bho.dll is usually located in the 'C:\Program Files\weDownload Manager\' folder.

Some of the anti-virus scanners at VirusTotal detected weDownload Manager-bho.dll.

If you have additional information about the file, please share it with the FreeFixer users by posting a comment at the bottom of this page.

Vendor and version information [?]

Product nameweDownload Manager
Company nameweDownload
File descriptionweDownload Manager BHO
Internal nameweDownload Manager
Original filenameweDownload Manager.dll
Legal copyrightCopyright 2011
Product version1.1.153.109
File version1.1.153.109

The following is the available information on weDownload Manager-bho.dll:

PropertyValue
Product nameweDownload Manager
Company nameweDownload
File descriptionweDownload Manager BHO
Internal nameweDownload Manager
Original filenameweDownload Manager.dll
Legal copyrightCopyright 2011
Product version1.1.153.109
File version1.1.153.109

Digital signatures [?]

weDownload Manager-bho.dll is not signed.

VirusTotal report

1 of the 47 anti-virus programs at VirusTotal detected the weDownload Manager-bho.dll file.

ScannerDetection Name
VIPRE BuyCrossrider (fs)
1 of the 47 anti-virus programs detected the weDownload Manager-bho.dll file.

Folder name variants

weDownload Manager-bho.dll may also be located in other folders than C:\Program Files\weDownload Manager\. The most common variants are listed below:

Hashes [?]

PropertyValue
MD545df735bba176912f5a905927d5a8617
SHA256643682b9c5042a4912777e845c9e7de03a3b829ec08dfb3acb6044d1de0da774

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What did other users do?

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User vote results: There were 15 votes to remove and 2 votes to keep

NOTE: Please do not use this poll as the only source of input to determine what you will do with the file. Only 17 users has voted so far so it does not offer a high degree of confidence.

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Comments

Please share with the other users what you think about this file. What does this file do? Is it legitimate or something that your computer is better without? Do you know how it was installed on your system? Did you install it yourself or did it come bundled with some other software? Is it running smoothly or do you get some error message? Any information that will help to document this file is welcome. Thank you for your contributions.

I'm reading all new comments so don't hesitate to post a question about the file. If I don't have the answer perhaps another user can help you.

Roger Karlsson writes

0 thumbs

After installing the weDownload plugin I started seeing links added to web pages. The links were called "Nav-Links" (intext.nav-links.com).

# 23 Oct 2013, 5:17

Roger Karlsson writes

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I've posted a removal guide here:

http://www.freefixer.com/b/remove-nav-links-ads/

# 27 Oct 2013, 4:01

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