Do you know what TrustedShopper is?
TrustedShopper is an adware program, which is installed as a browser add-on on Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. The application has been found to be bundled with SpeedUpMyComputer, which is categorized as an adware program. TrustedShopper is also known to be distributed by an Internet browser called Trusted Web, which is based on Chromium, a platform which is used by Google Chrome. The Internet browser is available at three identical websites, which are trustedshopper.net/, veribrowse.com/, and trustedweb.org/.
The browser is said to be a fast, safe and reliable tool, which can be customized according to your needs. However, it is important to mention that the installer of the application promotes TuneUp Utilities 2014. If you check the Extension section on the new browser, you will find that the browse arrives at your PC with five browser plug-ins, which are Charm Savings, Free Smileys & Emoticos, General Crawler, Quick Start and TrustedShopper.
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By default, the new Internet browse provides you with search.conduit.com, which is widely known to be promoted by numerous browser extensions based on the Conduit platform. Moreover, the search engine provides you with display advertisements, which you should disregard in order to prevent infections or data loss.
We recommend that you remove TrustedShopper and the programs which it is bundled with. TrustedShoppper can read information stored on your browsers, including bookmarks and browsing history. It can also monitor your browsing activities and manage your browser extensions and themes.
TrustedShopper works on various websites and generates its display advertisements, web banners, coupons and pop-up advertisements. The advertisements displayed by TrustedShopper can take you to third party websites, which means that TrustedShopper is not responsible for your interaction with third parties. When you are taken to an unknown website, do not hurry to download programs or make purchases. First make sure that the websites is reliable; if not, do not access the website and make sure that the system is protected against various computer threats.
Below you will find our instructions on how to remove the adware program. However, we recommend that you implement SpyHunter, which can remove TrustedShopper for you automatically and shield the system from multiple computer threats.
How to remove TrustedShopper
Windows Vista and Windows 7
- Open the Start menu.
- Click Control Panel.
- Select Uninstall a program.
- Remove TrustedShopper, UpdateChecker, VeriBrowse and other undesirable programs.
- Move the mouse to the lower-left corner of the screen.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Uninstall a program.
- Remove the unwanted application.
- Click Start.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Add or Remove Programs.
- Uninstall TrustedShopper and the associated programs.
Remove TrustedShopper from your browsers
- Press Ctrl+Shift+A and click Extensions.
- Remove the unwanted extension.
- Press Alt+F.
- Point to Tools and click Extensions.
In non-techie terms:
It is advisable to scan the compute after removing the adware program to make sure that all the components of the adware program are removed from the PC.
Aliases: Trusted Shopper.