Cheap4all is an adware application that will not improve your web browsing experience in any way. If you do not remove Cheap4all from your computer, you will be flooded with annoying commercial ads that will interrupt your web browsing. What’s more, these pop-up ads may inadvertently redirect you to dangerous websites or leak your personally non-identifiable data to malevolent third parties, so it is obvious that you should delete Cheap4all as soon as possible. On top of that, you should check for other potential threats that might be installed on your system because such programs always get distributed in bundles.
We are absolutely sure that Cheap4all enters your system with a group of other applications because there is no direct download source that you would allow you to download this application individually. Cheap4all does not have a homepage, and our research has shown that it is just another program from the Multiplug family. It means that Cheap4all gets distributed mostly via the InstallRex installer when users click fake download links on torrent websites. The application may also arrive in the Amonetize and Vittalia installers, but that happens less often. The type of installer that distributes Cheap4all depends on your location and the file sharing website that you visit.
Users often claim that Cheap4all is a malicious infection because it enters their systems surreptitiously, but that is not exactly the case. Users simply do not notice that they install Cheap4all with some freeware application because they breeze through the installation wizard without checking all the steps. More of than not, Cheap4all informs you about the oncoming setup, and you have a chance to avoid installing this application. Unfortunately, not all users notice that.
Once the application is installed, Cheap4all will add a plug-in to your default browser. Our researchers note that the application may not work on the newest versions of the Google Chrome browser, but you have to keep in mind that even so the adware program itself remains on your computer, and you must remove it.
Cheap4all will use tracking cookies to collect information on what you search for online. It is also highly possible that the application will redirect all of your browsing through its proxy servers, thus logging all the sensitive information you enter when you surf the internet. In other words, Cheap4all might collect even your banking logins and passwords! That is definitely something you cannot afford, so do not wait any longer and delete Cheap4all right now.
After manual removal, you have to make sure that you terminate other potential threats as well because you have to keep your computer safe and clean. For that, be sure to acquire a licensed antispyware tool.
Windows 8 & Windows 8.1
Windows Vista & Windows 7