SpyBot S&D found Montera Toolbar installed on my PC (Windows7, 64-bit). SpyBot S&D was not able to remove Montera Toolbar, since it appears Montera is loaded into memory per the returned SypBOt S&D error message, whereupon SpyBot S&D requests starting on next reboot. Clicked "Yes" but SypBot S&D did not start on next reboot or any subsequent reboot.
Also... The instructions provided for manually removing Montera Toolbar enumerates a list of Registry entries to be deleted, however none of which do I see using Regedit, hence this thread seeking help.