When you hear the name “DealNinja” you might think that this is some exciting application that can improve your computer’s functionality in one way or another. Unfortunately, the program in question is an adware application, and it can only expose you to danger. Although the purpose of DealNinja is not to infect you with malware, the program can be misused by cyber criminals, and that is why you must remove it. If there is at least the tiniest chance that some program could lead to potential security issues, you need to get rid of that program. And if you do not know how to locate such applications, you should run a full system scan with a computer security tool of your choice.
Based on what we know about this application, DealNinja usually gets distributed with other unwanted programs, like iStreamLite and others. The application cannot be downloaded from the official website because reliable.ninja/lp does not work at the moment. Whenever we have tried to access the website, we have been redirected to an error page. This also means that users have no idea they install DealNinja on their computers when they run some third-party installation wizard. We have mentioned this many times and we will repeat it here again: Being attentive during the installation process is extremely important, especially if a program has come from an unofficial source.
Downloading applications from official vendor’s websites is one of the ways you can minimize the possibility of an adware infection. At the same time, it also means that if you have DealNinja installed on your computer, then you surely also have many other unwanted programs running around (figuratively speaking). Perhaps the onslaught of the annoying pop-ups is not just DealNinja’s doing. Perhaps you have multiple programs monitoring your online activity and spamming you with potentially harmful content. How can you know where you are in trouble? Scan your computer with SpyHunter right now and delete all the potential threats.
Upon the installation, DealNinja installs extensions on Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. That is a common feature of many adware applications. Adware apps make use of browser extensions to collect data on your browsing habits. Also, through these extensions DealNinja and similar applications can display the ads. While it might seem that the ads can help you find some goods for lower prices, you should not click on them immediately. Some of the ads might well be embedded with unreliable outgoing links.
That is very unfortunate considering that DealNinja could actually be a useful tool. Nevertheless, the application does not review the content that is promoted via its ads. As a result, malevolent third parties can make use of the DealNinja ads to distribute malware or redirect you to various websites associated with fishy marketing schemes. It is up to you to protect your computer from harm, and the first thing you have to do is remove this adware application.
Delete all the unfamiliar programs via Control Panel, and then terminate potentially harmful extensions in your browser. If you encounter any problems while trying to remove all the dangerous programs, please leave us a comment and we will be glad to assist you.
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