TrumpKard Removal Guide

Do you know what TrumpKard is?

TrumpKard is an ad-blocker that promises to help you secure and personalize your browsing experience. This program provides you with a tool that allows blocking unwanted content, which should make it a more interactive ad-blocker. Well, if this program is so great, why are we calling it a potentially unwanted program. According to our research team, this attractive program is often classified as a browser hijacker or an advertising-supported program, and these services can be considered malicious, depending on how you look at it. If you have analyzed all of the legal information backing up this program, you must know that it can change search settings and include ads; however, if you only look at the promotional information, this is not what you expect. If you want to know whether or not you should remove TrumpKard from your PC, read this report, and decide for yourself.

Although TrumpKard is officially promoted at, you can also download it from another site, Surprisingly, both of these websites are identical. According to our research, the installer of this potentially unwanted program is also available at, a file-sharing domain that is automatically blocked by popular browsers. The extension version of this app is also available at the Chrome web store at These are just a few of the sources spreading the PUP, and there is a possibility that there are other third-party installers spreading it as well. Considering that TrumpKard uses the image of Donald Trump, and we are in the heat of the election season, it is possible that third-party software distributors will use it to attract users. Downloading this program is risky altogether, but downloading it with the help of unfamiliar third-party installers is extremely dangerous because malicious infections could be silently attached to it. If malware has slithered in already, your virtual security might be at great risk.TrumpKard Removal GuideTrumpKard screenshot
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We have already touched on the legal information backing up TrumpKard, and there is no denying that analyzing it is extremely important. For example, the Terms of Service statement reveals that default search and new tab tools on your browsers could be modified when installing the PUP. The Privacy statement additionally informs that tracking cookies can be utilized to provide you with personalized advertising services. The adware servers and the parties using them are undisclosed, which is why we cannot guarantee that all of the ads shown are trustworthy. In fact, it is best to keep away from suspicious ads unless you are 100% sure that they can be trusted. If you accidentally interact with misleading offers, you could download malware, expose your virtual identity to theft, and possibly even lose your savings. The fact that TrumpKard can collect data about you is quite unnerving as well. If you are not comfortable with any of this, it is best to remove this PUP right now.

Deleting TrumpKard is not too difficult, and most users will be able to get rid of it by uninstalling it via Control Panel or by eliminating the unwanted extension from the Chrome browser. The guide below might seem more complicated, but it is more reliable. Although we are sure that these instructions will help you erase the PUP, we also advise implementing malware scanner in case it gets updated, which might call for additional removal steps. If dangerous infections were downloaded along with the PUP, using automated malware detection and removal software is the right idea. Our final advice for you is to be careful when downloading software, even when it looks great because you do not want to let in seriously dangerous infections yourself.

Remove TrumpKard from PC and Chrome

  1. Launch RUN (simultaneously tap Win+R keys), type regedit.exe, and click OK.
  2. In the Registry Editor menu move to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\.
  3. Right-click and Delete the key called TrumpKard.
  4. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Google\Chrome\Extensions\.
  5. Right-click and Delete the key called jmmllopfifblcdndhiodhfppaooehjml.
  6. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Google\Chrome\NativeMessagingHosts\.
  7. Right-click and Delete the key called
  8. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\.
  9. Right-click and Delete the key called TrumpKard.
  10. Launch Explorer (simultaneously tap Win+E keys).
  11. Enter %LOCALAPPDATA%\Google\Chrome\User Data\ into the address bar (if your are on Windows XP, enter %UserProfile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\)
  12. Open the Default (or {Profile name}) folder and open the Extensions folder.
  13. Right-click and Delete the jmmllopfifblcdndhiodhfppaooehjml folder.
  14. Enter %PROGRAMFILES% into the address bar (or %PROGRAMFILES(x86)%, depending on the Windows version).
  15. Right-click and Delete the folder called TrumpKard.

In non-techie terms:

TrumpKard might look like a great tool, but you need to consider that it can spy on you, inject advertisements, and possibly even modify your search settings on the Google Chrome browser. According to our malware research team, this potentially unwanted program can be installed as an extension on your Chrome browser, or as an application on the Windows operating system. The removal instructions above can help you erase this PUP from your system, and, if you are unsure about any of the steps, you can start a discussion below. Once you delete TrumpKard, immediately install a trusted malware scanner to check if your operating system and browsers are clean or if you need to delete any other suspicious programs.