Do you know what DealOffer is?
DealOffer is one of those suspicious advertising-supported applications that promise to help save money and time. Such programs are mainly aimed at those who do shopping online; thus, it is not surprising that people who usually shop online download and install DealOffer themselves. The program might slither onto the computer secretly as well. If you cannot remember downloading DealOffer yourself, there is no doubt that it has entered your system with the help of other unreliable applications. We do not recommend trusting programs that slither onto the computer without your permission, which is why we suggest that you delete DealOffer. This software is known to be unreliable; thus, you will not regret removing it from your system.
The application might seem innocent at first sight because it offers to enhance your online shopping experience by offering you better deals and coupons that are available at different online stores (e.g., ebay.com, amazon.com, bestbuy.com, and walmart.com). Unfortunately, it seems that third-party advertisers will provide you with these offers, which means that DealOffer has nothing do to with them. As nobody knows where you will be taken after clicking on any of these coupons and deals, we recommend that you ignore them completely and hurry to stop them from appearing.
As does other Lyrics family adware, DealOffer works with all the browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox; thus, you will probably notice the presence of DealOffer if it slithers onto your computer. Actually, you might not even notice when this happens, because it usually travels bundled with free applications, and users agree to the installation without even knowing that. Various unreliable programs can be downloaded from doubtful websites as well, which is why you should be very cautious. In order to prevent suspicious software from entering the system, you should install an antimalware tool and keep it enabled.
After you delete DealOffer from your system, you should scan it with an automatic malware remover, because other serious computer infections might be there as well. There are many threats that might hide on your system, and you might not even suspect their presence (e.g., Trojans, rootkits, etc.). Thus, it is very important that you check the condition of your computer and then eliminate all the unreliable applications. Keep in mind that untrustworthy programs might attract other infections as well; thus, we do not recommend keeping them on the system.
- Click the Start button.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Add or Remove Programs.
- Select the suspicious application and then click Remove.
Windows 7 and Vista
- Open the Start menu.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Uninstall a program.
- Right-click on DealOffer and then click Uninstall.
- Tap the Windows key.
- Start typing Control Panel.
- Open it and then go to Uninstall a program.
- Select the unwanted program.
- Click the Uninstall button.
In non-techie terms:
In order not to encounter threats in the future, you should keep your antimalware tool enabled 24/7. What is more, it is advisable that you do not download programs from unreliable sources. Finally, you should never open spam email attachments or click on the advertisements that offer software installation (e.g., Flash or Java updates).