If you have come across an application called BrowserArmor, you must know that the only thing that should do about it is its complete removal. In most cases, users get their PC infected as a direct consequence of the devious advertising strategies used by the developers of this adware program. On its official website, BrowserArmor is marketed as an excellent tool that should help you with virtual security within your web browser. At first it might seem like a great tool to have on your PC; unfortunately, it does not perform in the way it should. In reality, BrowserArmor does the opposite of that it should. Malware researchers at our internal labs have discovered that this adware program could be the reason your PC might be infected with other Internet-based infections. To keep your operating system clean, secure, and fully functioning at all times, you will need to conduct a complete removal of BrowserArmor without any hesitation.
As soon as this intrusive adware program enters your operating system your web browser will almost instantly be flooded with various third-party commercial ads and annoying pop-ups. This is possible because BrowserArmor implements browser extensions to browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer. The browser extension inserted to the browser is needed to provide the unwanted third-party content. These BrowserArmor extensions will contact numerous adware servers, which will provide those annoying ads and pop-ups. All of this dubious third-party content will make your life miserable since you will need to fight through those ads and pop-ups every time you browse the web. In reality surfing the web the way you are used to will be virtually impossible due to the intrusive activity that this adware promotes. To restore the standard functionality of your web browser you will need to conduct a complete removal of BrowserArmor; otherwise the invasive activity will continue to bother you.
Unfortunately, there is something much worse about this intrusive adware program. It has been noticed that in some cases BrowserArmor could turn out to act in a malicious way. Some of the ads presented to you could be implemented with redirect links. This instance is dangerous since it imposes major virtual threats. Just by clicking on a single ad you risk of being taken to a website that could be the reason you might be facing devastating outcomes. For example, you could be redirect to a website with an active arbitrary code execution exploit meaning that just entering such a site will most likely be enough to get your operating system infected with some unknown malicious application. In other instances, you could be taken to a fake online shop created by cyber crooks in order to steal your credit card data. It goes without saying that both instances could have devastating outcomes to put it mildly. To avoid such dangerous cases make sure to conduct a removal of BrowserArmor as soon as you can.
The removal procedure of BrowserArmor should not be delayed for obvious reasons. It is crucial to remove the infection completely; thus the removal should be executed with your utmost attention. This is so because it is known that leftover files or registry entries of BrowserArmor could be used in order to restore the intrusive and potentially malicious applications. You are advised to scan your PC with a professional antimalware tool once the manual removal is executed as it is your best bet to be sure that every single bit of BrowserArmor was removed.
Remove BrowserArmor from Windows Vista and Windows 7
Remove BrowserArmor from Windows XP
Remove BrowserArmor from Windows 8