Fourteen triazole-scaffold derivatives were synthetized and biologically evaluated as potential oncoimmunomodultator agents by targeting both PD-L1 and c-Myc. First, the antiproliferative activity of these molecules on the monocultures of several tumor cell lines (HT-29, A-549, and MCF-7) and on the non-tumor cell line HEK-293 was studied. Then, the effects on the mentioned biological targets were also evaluated. Finally, the effect on cancer cell viability when the molecules were co-cultured with immune cells (Jurkat T cells or THP-1) was also determined. Compounds bearing a bromoophenyl group were selected because of their excellent results, and their effect on IL-6 secretion was also studied. In conclusion, we found compounds that are capable of downregulating c-Myc, as well as influencing and altering the distribution of PD-L1 in tumor cells; the compounds are thus capable of influencing the behavior of defensive cells towards cancer cells. p-Bromophenyltriazol 3 is the most active of these as a PD-L1 and c-Myc downregulator and as a potential immunomodulator agent. Moreover, it exhibits an interesting action on inflammation-related cytokine IL-6.