EliteBar displays pop-up advertisements on the desktop and may take other actions without user consent. It may add its own toolbar in Internet Explorer, for which it may install a browser helper object BHO . EliteBar may also change the user\'s Internet Explorer home page and add its own "favorites" URLs to the user\'s Favorites list. Elitebar employs user-mode rootkit techniques to hide some of its files, processes, and registry entries, so that these resources are not visible in system utilities such as Windows Explorer, Task Manager, and Registry Editor. Elitebar may be installed without notifying the user, and may silently download and install updates or other executable code.
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