Do you know what VeriBrowse is?
VeriBrowse is an adware application that displays commercial advertisements. The commercial advertisements are generated when you access online shopping websites. VeriBrowse generates commercial pop-up content based on your web browsing history. It is not an illegal practice, but VeriBrowse is very annoying and in the long run it might prove to be detrimental to your computer security. Therefore, it is in your best interest to remove VeriBrowse as soon as possible. Follow the manual removal instructions below this article to get rid of this annoying application.
You most probably got VeriBrowse installed on your computer together with a group of other unwanted programs. Even though the application has an official webpage at veribrowse.com, the direct download cannot be completed and based on our research, VeriBrowse is mostly distributed in bundles. If you have accidentally clicked a pop-up which promotes HD media player or Java plug-in upgrade, you most probably have installed VeriBrowse along with Sync Folder, Mobogenie, UpdateChecker, MyPCBackup, TrustedShopper and many other applications.VeriBrowse screenshot
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In fact, TrustedShopper is just another version of VeriBrowse, because both applications are absolutely identical. Once VeriBrowse enters your computer it adds extensions to Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer web browsers. The add-ons collect information on what websites you frequent and then generate commercial pop-ups labeled “ads by VeriBrowse” based on your likes and preferences. It increases the possibility of you clicking a particular pop-up, and as a result you would be further redirected to yet another commercial website.
It would be great if VeriBrowse really could provide you with shopping deals that would allow you to save money on your purchases. However, such adware applications cannot be held responsible for the third party content they display, so even if VeriBrowse pop-ups are embedded with malicious links, you click them entirely at your own risk!
Needless to say, that if VeriBrowse gets exploited by a malevolent third party, you could be exposed to dangerous websites or worse – you might end up getting infected with malware! Naturally, malware infection is an extreme consequence in this case, but you should not take your chances.
Scan your computer with SpyHunter free scanner immediately and identify all the programs that need to be removed (there should be many). Then uninstall VeriBrowse via Control Panel and remove the add-on from Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers manually. Finally, get yourself a powerful antispyware tool that will help you protect your system against potentially unwanted and dangerous applications in the future.
How to remove VeriBrowse
- Drag mouse cursor to the bottom right of your desktop.
- Wait for Charm bar to appear and then click Settings.
- Open Control Panel and go to Uninstall a program.
- Highlight VeriBrowse and click Uninstall.
Windows Vista & Windows 7
- Open Start menu and click Control Panel.
- Select Uninstall a program and remove VeriBrowse.
- Click Start menu button and navigate to Control Panel.
- Open Add or remove programs and uninstall VeriBrowse.
Remove VeriBrowse from browser
- Press Alt+F and select Tools.
- Click Extensions and remove VeriBrowse from the list.
- Press Ctrl+Shift+A and Add-ons manager tab will open.
- Disable and remove VeriBrowse from Extensions. Restart browser.
In non-techie terms:
VeriBrowse is an annoying application that shows a lot of commercial advertisements. It can lead you to dangerous websites that distribute malware, so it would be for the best to remove VeriBrowse as soon as possible.