Our database contains 5 different files for filename singalng.dll but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the singalng.dll then visit General Information Page . This file belongs to product Sing Along and was developed by company Xenophesoft. This file has description Sing Along. singalng.dll#18498078 Agregate rating is 1 stars - based on 6 reviews. This file is Dynamic-link Library. This library can be loaded and executed in any running process.
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- Sing Along
- Sing Along
- Operating System:
- Windows 7
- March 9, 2013
|Antivirus Name||Latest Toleration|
|Norton Internet Security||2013-03-29 04:58:51|
|Kaspersky CRYSTAL||2013-03-17 18:05:27|
|Microsoft Security Essentials||2013-03-09 13:00:21|
Is the library "singalng.dll" Safe or Threat ?
THREATrating from user MikeOne
This dynamic linking library is part of the Sing Along application from Xenophesoft - such company was not found on the market. The common behavior of this file and application is a malware/adware - showing pop-ups and/or adds. Sometimes it is marked by antiviruses as Adware.Shopper, use it with care.(id: 18498078)
THREATrating from user JBantha
It generates ads on sites like google with the "Ads not by this site" subtitle.(id: 18498078)
THREATrating from user Andrés López(id: 18498078)
THREATrating from user BenBurned
When the "Ads not by this site" ads started appearing - my Norton software started intercepting and removing, the "1052.js" file over and over again. I finally trace the problem to the "Sing Along" application and singalng.dll. After removing the application and dll the problem is gone.(id: 18498078)
THREATrating from user DB99
This was detected by many antivirus softwares and has been deemed "Unsafe" or "Infected", I would suggest removing this malware immediately as the continuous streams of ads and pop-ups may become annoying, and some even forcefully install new software which may also be potential threats.(id: 18498078)
THREATrating from user ken(id: 18498078)