AlleyBrowse is a program that promises to make the web a more interesting place for you. In addition, it tries to lure computer users into downloading it by saying that it is can enhance browsing experience. Specialists working at 411-spyware.com believe that it is not worth trusting this program even if it promises to provide tools for searching the web, finding the best prices, and comparing online deals because this program is a typical advertising-supported application (adware). The program itself is developed by SuperWeb LLC and it has a decent-looking website. It is impossible to download this program from its official website even if it has it, so there is no doubt that this program comes bundled with other applications.
The program says that it is ad-supported because it wants to provide users with free service. Of course, this does not mean that AlleyBrowse cannot cause harm to your system or that it cannot be classified as adware. Yes, you have understood us correctly – AlleyBrowse can cause you security-related problems. It does not seem that the program itself is harmful; however, it still cannot be trusted because it generates advertisements that might cause harm to the system. In most cases, AlleyBrowse provides users with interesting advertisements, i.e. it advertises different products and services. In addition, advertisements are based on the information about a user’s online behavior. It does not matter that you see interesting ads because the specialists working at 411-spyware.com still recommend ignoring them completely because you will never know where these ads will take you.
Our researchers believe that this advertising-supported application might be used to collect information about a user’s shopping and Internet browsing habits. Of course, it might have been developed in order to generate money for the publisher too. In fact, these are not the only activities this adware performs. Research has shown that AlleyBrowse is going to connect to the Internet without permission and even send all the gathered data to the third-party advertiser. Luckily, this program is not interested in the sensitive data, but it might still extract some facts about you from the information it collects. Therefore, we recommend erasing AlleyBrowse as soon as possible.
Newer versions of Google Chrome usually block this adware program, so you might not see advertisements on your screen; however, you should know that you still have to remove the program from the system. Instructions placed below this article will help you to do that easily and quickly. Of course, you can eliminate this program automatically as well. If you delete this adware automatically, you will not need to take care of additional programs that might have entered the system alongside AlleyBrowse because all of them will be deleted.
Windows 7 and Vista