“The key to better results is BetterEnhance”. Or so it says on betterenhance.com. This website promotes BetterEnhance browser extension which is supposed to improve your online search experience by providing you with relevant and customized search results. However, it is nothing but your average adware application that displays annoying pop-ups. Commercial pop-ups are not bad by themselves, but they might be embedded with potentially malicious content. Clicking them could result in exposure to corrupted websites that are part of malware distribution networks. Therefore, it is necessary to remove BetterEnhance from the system to avoid potential exploitation.
Take note that the direct download link for BetterEnhance is not available at betterenhance.com. It means that this application always comes bundled with third party downloaders and installers. Once again, it calls for caution whenever you are about to download a shareware game, freeware application or a random update. Do not forget that updates and upgrades for your programs are supposed to be downloaded from the official websites. Third party downloaders are often embedded with the likes of BetterEnhance and you probably would not even notice how you install unnecessary application onto your system.
It is not surprising that BetterEnhance is bundled with freeware, because this adware application comes from SuperWeb family of adware products. It is yet another version of CrankWeb, Rock Turner Ads, Laflurla and other similar applications that also have empty shells for homepages and get distributed bundled with a variety of third party installers. At first it may seem that BetterEnhance can provide you with relevant shopping information, allowing you to purchase the goods you want at an optimal price, consequently helping you save money when you shop online.
However, with BetterEnhance extensions installed on Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer this application collects information on what websites you visit in order to generate custom flow of commercial advertisements. The collected information may also be shared with third parties for online marketing purposes. It is not an illegal practice, but keeping in mind that BetterEnhance can be exploited by malevolent third parties to promote their content, you should steer clear of BetterEnhance Deals and pop-ups.
It is also very likely that clicking the advertisements provided by BetterEnhance would redirect you to unfamiliar websites that distribute adware. As a result, you would install even more potentially unwanted applications. Malware infection is an extreme consequence of constant redirections, but you should not take your chances.
Remove BetterEnhance right now via Control panel and run a full system scan with a powerful antispyware application that will detect all the other potentially unwanted applications currently installed on your computer. Delete all the potentially dangerous programs and safeguard your computer against similar threats in the future. You can also leave us a comment below if you have any further questions about BetterEnhance’s removal.
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