This web browser extension uses the Crossrider toolbar creation and distribution platform. The module mediaplayerenhance-bho.dll, “MediaPlayerEnhance BHO” by Crossrider Advanced Technologies has been detected as adware by 7 anti-malware scanners. It is installed within the context of Internet Explore as a BHO (Browser Helper Object) under the name ‘CrossriderApp0044150’. This file is typically installed with the program MediaPlayerEnhance by Crossrider Advanced Technologies Ltd. (Platform) which is a potentially unwanted software program. This is the Browser Helper Object (BHO) for the Crossrider web browser platform for Internet Explorer. Instead of utilizing a traditional IE Toolbar, it installs a BHO in the browser in order to manage the functionality of the addon.
Feven (signed by Crossrider Advanced Technologies)
7 / 68
The software may change the browser's home page and search provider settings as well as display advertisements.
Crossrider is the owner of a platform that enables the creation of cross-browser extensions by developers but is not the owner of this detected application. The owner/publisher of this file is Crossrider Advanced Technologies.
11/27/2015 9:00:16 AM UTC (today)
McAfee Web Gateway
616.7 KB (631,512 bytes)
Original file name:
Dynamic link library (Win32 DLL)
English (United States)
COMODO CA Limited
9/23/2012 5:00:00 PM
9/24/2015 4:59:59 PM
CN=Crossrider Advanced Technologies, O=Crossrider Advanced Technologies, STREET=40 Lilienblum St, L=Tel-Aviv, S=Israel, PostalCode=65133, C=IL
CN=COMODO Code Signing CA 2, O=COMODO CA Limited, L=Salford, S=Greater Manchester, C=GB
2/4/2014 7:45:44 AM
Developed / compiled with:
Microsoft Visual C++
416 KB (425,984 bytes)
Internet Explorer BHO
The file mediaplayerenhance-bho.dll has been discovered within the following program.
This is a potentially unwanted web browser extension that is designed to deliver search-based hijacking as well as contextual advertising. The program does this by modifying the user's home and search page in order to monetize a user's search activities.
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