Do you know what Webveil Browser is?
Webveil Browser might really seem like a useful web browser judging from its appearance. It also claims that it is very fast, simple to use, and secure. Thus, users download and install it on their systems. In most cases, they download this browser from third-party web pages because Webveil Browser does not have an official website. Some users also notice that Webveil Browser has appeared on their systems after the installation of some kind of other program. If you have already installed this browser, it is very likely that it has made itself your default browser. In addition, it is known that it will connect to the Internet without permission and it will also start with your Windows OS. Therefore, the majority of specialists classify it as a potentially unwanted program. PUPs are not harmful, but they might still perform suspicious activities and even put your system at risk. If you do not want this to happen, you have to delete Webveil Browser from the system.Webveil Browser screenshot
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Specialists say that Webveil Browser cannot be fully trusted because the search feature (search box) which is placed on its startup page is untrustworthy. By saying “untrustworthy”, we mean that you might be provided with third-party content after entering any keyword into it. Research has shown that it is really possible because users’ search queries are redirected through trovi.com, which is a search engine associated with browser hijackers. It is really risky to click on third-party links because they might take you to untrustworthy web pages. The same can be said about the ads that will be provided for you. As you can see, even though Webveil Browser is not a dangerous browser, it is still better to get rid of it. In our opinion, you should install Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox instead of this Chromium-based browser.
If Webveil Browser has entered your system without your direct permission, it is very likely that other unwanted programs are installed on your system too. Unfortunately, they might be much more serious than potentially unwanted programs. If you have already detected Webveil Browser, we highly recommend that you find out whether other untrustworthy programs are installed or not. We recommend using an automatic scanner (e.g. SpyHunter) for this matter. If it detects infections, make sure that you erase them as soon as you can. You can do that manually or automatically, so everything depends on you.
If you want to start using Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or another trustworthy browser, you have to delete Webveil Browser from the system first. This software can be removed via Control Panel, so it should not be very difficult to erase it from the system. If you need help, you can, of course, use our manual removal instructions. Another thing that you can do is to scan your system with an automatic malware remover.
Delete Webveil Browser
- Click the Start button.
- Select Control Panel.
- Click Add or Remove Programs.
- Select the program and click Remove.
Windows 7 and Vista
- Open the Start menu and then click Control Panel.
- Click Uninstall a program.
- Right-click on the undesirable application.
- Click the Uninstall button.
- Launch RUN by tapping the Windows key + R.
- Enter Control Panel and tap Enter.
- Click Uninstall a program.
- Select the suspicious program.
- Click Uninstall.
In non-techie terms:
You can protect your system from suspicious programs rather easily – you just have to install a security tool on the system. Your tool has to be 100% trustworthy if you want it to be really effective. Specialists also claim that it would be best if you surf the web more cautiously in the future too.