Have you ever heard of bundled software? It is a manner of software distribution wherein some product is distributed with other applications. It is very similar to product bundling in marketing, and there are many programs out there that make use of this method, like Browser Good, for example. Browser Good is an adware application, and although it is not an extremely useful product, users end up downloading and installing this application themselves. If you care about your system’s security, you will see to it that Browser Good is removed from your computer immediately.
Some users think that Browser Good is a malicious infection because they do not remember having installed it on their computers. That is so because you most probably did not notice how Browser Good entered the system with some application you have downloaded recently. We can surely say that the program in question cannot be downloaded directly because its main website at browsergood.info is dysfunctional. Clicking the green download button simply redirects you to a blank new tab. Therefore, this leaves us with the aforementioned bundled software distribution method. It also means that you can avoid installing Browser Good and other unwanted applications as long as you stay away from unfamiliar websites and pages that distribute third-party software.
As far as the origins of Browser Good are concerned, we don’t need to perform an extensive analysis to know where this application comes from. One look at browsergood.info is enough to tell that Browser Good is part of the SuperWeb family. Consequently, it is yet another clone of Malt Mark, Rad Raven, Karatoh, Hold Page and others. All apps from this group are known to be distributed together with third-party software. Just like its predecessors, Browser Good functions like a browser extension, but we would like to point that newer Chrome versions block this application.
The main primary security concern associated with this application is commercial content. Browser Good tracks your web browsing history to display customized commercial ads. At first sight, it seems that these ads are supposed to help you purchase various goods at a reasonable price, but that is hardly the case. Browser Good cannot guarantee the safety of the links to third-party sites. Therefore, you are strongly discouraged to click any of the Ads by Browser Good.
Open Control panel and uninstall Browser Good right now. While you are at it, make sure you terminate other unnecessary applications as well. If you do not know which programs should be removed from your computer, scan the system with SpyHunter. Also, should you have any further questions on how to ensure your system’s security, do let us know by leaving a comment below his description.
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