It may sound that BrowseBurst can improve your browser’s functionality and make your web browsing into an exciting activity, but computer security experts label it as adware application that should be removed from the computer if you are concerned about your system’s security. After all, BrowseBurst is created by SuperWeb LLC and all applications from this family are identified as potentially unwanted extensions that may unwittingly expose you to potentially dangerous content. Therefore, the sooner you remove BrowseBurst from your computer the better. For manual removal instructions, scroll down to the bottom of this description.
Just like other applications from SuperWeb group (including Cling Clang, Laflurla, Rock Turner ads and more), BrowseBurst can be installed as an extension on all main browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. The compatibility is also indicated at browseburst.com which is the main homepage for the application. However, despite the fact that one would expect of the official homepage to be the main distribution source of the application, BrowseBurst cannot be downloaded at browseburst.com, because the download link does not work. You will only be redirected to a blank page if you click the button.
Thus, it is easy to see that BrowseBurst has other methods of distribution. Based on our research, this particular application generally arrives bundled with Soft32 Downloader. It means that it may be a part of many other freeware setup, and you initiate the installation when you unzip or launch the installation file for any program that BrowseBurst might arrive bundled with.
Once the application is installed on your computer, you will be constantly displayed various shopping suggestions from bestbuy.com, ebay.com, amazon.com and other shopping websites. You will also see commercial banners and pop-ups when you access any of the website supported by BrowseBurst. It is possible to get redirected to potentially dangerous websites through these pop-ups, because BrowseBurst cannot review all the content that is embedded in the ads.
That is the main security issue related to adware, and if you are seeing annoying pop-ups on your browser, it is the first sign that something might have gone or may go wrong with the system’s security. Run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner to determine what other potentially unwanted applications are installed on your computer and then remove them together with BrowseBurst.
To ensure that your computer is protected against any potential threats, invest in a powerful antispyware tool and run regular system scans. Also, stay away from third party websites and random freeware that you are not familiar with.
Windows Vista & Windows 7