Do you know what SaleSale is?
You are right if you think that SaleSale is not as reliable as it claims to be. In fact, this browser extension is one of the most clandestine and misleading advertisement-supported programs your might encounter. This became clear as soon as we found that this program has the ability to change its own name to confuse users. Many users, who recognize SaleSale by a different name, cannot find useful information regarding it or its removal. Hopefully, you uncovered the true nature of this unreliable program before it did any harm. Read this report to learn how to delete SaleSale and why this is important.
The clandestine SaleSale does not have an official download page. Unfortunately, this has not stopped the creators of this adware from spreading it across the web. Amonetize, Vittalia, and other unreliable installers were employed to distribute it, and they are likely to bundle it with other untrustworthy programs. Our research team has found that SaleSale usually comes bundled with potentially unwanted programs such as hijackers, primarily from the Websearch family, including Websearch.hotsearches.info and Websearch.simple2search.info. Whether or not the programs bundled with the ad-supported program look harmless, you should delete them without any delay. If you are hesitant, at least research the unfamiliar programs installed to see if they are harmless.
If you do not follow virtual security news, you might not know that SaleSale was created using a template that was used hundreds of times before. TwistGrips, DigitalChallenge, and RockCoupon are unlikely to come bundled with SaleSale, but they are identical to the unreliable ad-supported program, and, needless to say, they deserve removal as well. Surprisingly, computer users often install these programs by clicking the Download buttons found on torrent or other P2P sharing sites. By now, everyone should know that trusting random installers and downloaders is asking for trouble. Hopefully, you will remove SaleSale and other threats in time.
Automated malware removal software can delete malware in the most efficient manner. All you need to do is click a few buttons, and your operating system will be clean. Unfortunately, many users are hesitant about investing in security software, and this is why malicious threats are thriving. Even if SaleSale is the only infection that requires removal – which is highly unlikely – it is not easy to delete this adware from your operating system. Once you uninstall this program and delete browser extensions, you will have to delete SaleSale leftovers, and not all users know how to do this. Note that the guide below is just a starting point, and, if you are inexperienced, you should use a trustworthy malware remover.
Delete SaleSale from Windows
Delete from Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/Windows Vista
- Tap Win+R to access RUN.
- Enter Control Panel and click OK.
- Go to Uninstall a program.
- Right-click SaleSale (the name might be different).
- Select Uninstall to remove this adware.
Delete from Windows XP
- Open the Start menu.
- Select Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Select and Remove the unwanted program.
Remove SaleSale from browsers
Remove from Mozilla Firefox
- Tap Ctrl+Shift+A (Add-ons Manager).
- Select Extensions.
- Remove the unwanted extension.
Remove from Google Chrome
- Tap Alt+F.
- Select More tools.
- Click Extensions.
- Remove the unwanted extension.
In non-techie terms:
SaleSale has nothing to do with online sales. This is an advertisement-supported program that was created to show ads. This program uses files and processes to contact adware servers and inject ads created by unknown parties. Unfortunately, this program could show misleading ads, which is the most important reason to delete SaleSale as soon as possible. Use the removal tips presented in this video, and do not forget to apply an authentic security tool to ensure that infections like this one do not attack in the future.