BrowseMark is one of the many browser extensions which belong to the infamous Coupons family. Even though the program is presented as a tool which can help you save money with the help of the displayed virtual coupons, it is unlikely that the displayed saving deals will actually be useful. First of all, it is most likely that the application is no longer supported by its developers because the download link on the official page browsemark.net is not active. Secondly, the extension is linked to third parties and may enable unauthorized connection to adware servers. We strongly recommend that you delete BrowseMark from the operating system because it is not only useless but also intrusive.
Applications which belong to the Coupons family include Crimsolite, Laflurla, Mega Browse, Rinkela, and others, all of which appear to have been developed by SuperWeb LLC. It has been discovered that these extensions use the same promotional information as BrowseMark. Even though the plugin is presented as a legitimate and beneficial tool which could improve your browsing experience and help you find the best deals, it is important to recognize the risk related to the online advertisements which may be presented to you as well. If you go to browsemark.net/privacy, you will find information regarding third party tracking and data collection. Are you comfortable with the suspicious program installing tracking cookies and third parties presenting online advertisements? This is considered to be dangerous, especially if BrowseMark was installed onto the computer without your knowledge.
There is no doubt that BrowseMark always comes bundled with other installers and downloaders. This means that other intrusive programs could be running on the PC as well. If your operating system is not guarded by authentic malware detection and removal software, it is possible that you will not know about their existence for a long time. If you suspect the existence of potentially undesirable programs, we strongly recommend utilizing a free SpyHunter’s malware scanner. The program will examine your PC and will list all potentially undesirable and malicious applications. Needless to say, you need to delete them from the computer as soon as possible.
To remove BrowseMark and other additionally installed software from the computer we recommend installing a legitimate security tool with automatic malware removal capabilities. If you want to delete the undesirable plugin manually – use the instructions below and scan the computer to make sure that you have removed all dangerous software from the operating system.
Remove from Windows XP:
Remove from Windows Vista and Windows 7:
Remove from Windows 8: