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I am cleaning up my pc using add or remove programs and I have found InstaFinderK about which I know nothing. A web search does not turn up a good description. Does anyone here know what it does and why I might need it or not? Thank you for your assistance.
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It is not used by windows AT ALL. Sounds like adware or spyware to me... Kill it.
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This is what I found about InstaFinderK:

UNSAFE Application/Process Description
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Summary : InstaFinderK BHO

Company : Unknown

Description : InstaFinderK browser helper object

Spyware applications are responsible for any number of potential privacy violations. Adware applications are responsible for serving various types of advertising.

This application may exhibit the features of adware, spyware, or both.

Threat Level (1-10) : 5

Processes : (varies)

CLSID List : {4E7BD74F-2B8D-469E-90F0-F66AB581A933}

So I would say definitely get rid of it.
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