If you are thinking about installing DealBulldog onto your web browsers, we recommend you choose a more reliable tool or at least pay close attention to the installation process. The add-on has been developed by Somoto Inc, a company which is known for its recently reported application FLV Player. If you are one of the many unlucky computer users who have this application installed, you know that it comes bundled with a number of highly suspicious, potentially dangerous software. We recommend that you delete FLV Player by Somoto right away. Should you remove DealBulldog as well? Our research team has discovered that this browser plugin is not as malicious; however, this does not mean that you should have it running on Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers.
There are two official websites representing the suspicious browser plugin – dealbulldog.somotoinc.com and dealdulldog.com. Our researchers have discovered that these websites are currently inactive, so the add-on is distributed with the help of freeware. Unfortunately, in many cases bundled downloads do not provide enough information about the programs being installed onto your computer. This may lead to the installation of tens of undesirable, potentially unwanted programs (PUP). Nonetheless, this does not mean that DealBulldog is malicious. In order to determine whether the add-on has been corrupted by cyber criminals scan your computer with a reliable spyware scanner (e.g. SpyHunter). If the scanner lists the program is potentially malicious, we recommend that you remove it as soon as possible. Needless to say, if you do not follow the advice and click the pop-up coupons or advertisements presented on your browsers, you could enable further malware infiltration.
Have you downloaded DealBulldog onto the computer to find online coupons which are meant to help you save money? The plugin can slow down your browsers and the coupons provided by it are unlikely to help you save money, which is why we recommend that you delete it from the system right away. In case you are sure that the plugin is not malicious you can delete DealBulldog using manual removal guides below. To ensure that your Windows system is running efficiently at all times you should also employ authentic Windows security software so that potentially attacking malware could be caught and removed without any risks or damage.
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