A suspicious program running a process named SGRP.exe has been identified by malware researchers. The program may use a lot of resources from the CPU of the user PC. In addition to this, it may also display advertisements collect information and use the computer for the benefits of the ones who have created this program. SGRP.exe may also cause the computer to run slow and even freeze at times. Since this program is classified as a potentially unwanted one, otherwise referred to as a PUP by experts, it is strongly recommended to read this article and remove it from your computer.
|Type||Adware / PUP|
|Short Description||The program runs two active processes on Task Manager, may display adverts and other ad-supported content.|
|Symptoms||The user PC may slow down and also freeze at times.|
|Distribution Method||Bundled installers.|
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SGRP.exe – Distribution Methods
To slither onto your computer, SGRP.exe may exhibit a well-known behavior for programs like itself – the program may be bundled along other installers of free software. Such free programs may be regularly used and well-known torrent programs that are downloaded very often. Some third-party websites usually offer a lot of free programs in one place, and they make money by bundling (including in the setups of them) third-party programs like SGRP.exe as “free extras” to the current installation of the program. However, the issue with that is that you can only find these programs if you open the Advanced or Custom installation options of the installer. In some cases, the programs may exist in the End User License Agreements, and this is why experts always advise users to be extremely careful. It is also recommended to always chose the official website of a free application for download instead of third-party ones as well.
SGRP.exe – More Information
Once installed on your computer, SGRP.exe may exhibit strange behavior. It may run or even shut down by itself; it may take up a high percentage of your central processing unit (CPU or processor). This may result in the computer being sluggish, slow and perform very poorly. More to it than that the SGRP.exe software may also cause system freezes. And this is only a small part of what it may cause to your computer.
SGRP.exe may exist on your computer in the form of a program that is directly installed on it or as a browser extension or add-in for the web browsers Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and other often-used browsers.
If the process SGRP.exe is connected with ad networks, you may experience browser redirects and different types of online advertisements:
- Online pop-ups.
- Ad-supported search results.
- Other ads.
In addition to those, the creators of the program may have set it up to collect different information from the affected device in a targeted manner:
- System information.
- Address and language.
- Online clicks.
- Online searches.
- Browsing history.
This information may then be used to deliver different advertisements like the ones mentioned above. Advertisements delivered by SGRP.exe may cause browser redirects if clicked on to ad-networks. This is most often done to cause profit to the creators of the program by pay-per-click. Not only this, but SGRP.exe may also mine for BitCoins or use the resources of the compromised computer for different purposes that are not of the user’s interest. This is why experts advise removing it.
Remove SRGP.exe Completely
To delete all files which are associated with SRGP.exe from your computer, we strongly recommend using the instructions we provided below. Since this process is classified to a program that is potentially unwanted, we strongly advise users who have been affected by it to download and scan their computer with special software for that. One method to scan their computer is by using an advanced anti-malware software, because unlike the conventional antivirus programs that may miss SRGP.exe, because it is classified as a low-level threat, anti-malware programs are also focused on detecting programs like it by their behavior as well. Not only this but following the instructions below may also protect your computer in the future as well.