EbookBrowse is one of the many unreliable ad-supported programs created using the Justplugit engine. Other threats that belong to the same group of adware include DiscountExt, DiscountSmasher, and Dealnodeal. As you can tell by the names of these clandestine infections, all of them are supposed to provide you with discounts and shopping deals. Of course, if this were how these programs worked, we would not urge you to delete EbookBrowse or its clones. Computer users who fail to remove this malware from their operating systems usually encounter an avalanche of misleading ads, which is why we suggest removing this adware as soon as possible.
EbookBrowse does not run silently. On the contrary, as soon as this ad-supported program is installed, it immediately showcases advertisements that are presented with tags identifying which program they belong to. Of course, the program’s connection to remote adware servers and communication with third-party partners is not something computer users see, which is why we do not identify EbookBrowse as a transparent program. If it were, you would not need to remove EbookBrowse from your PC. Unfortunately, it is unlikely that this adware is the only program whose removal you might need to worry about. In fact, you might have to delete browser hijackers, adware, and other infections.
Have you downloaded EbookBrowse packaged with third-party programs? We are sure that these programs were presented in a highly attractive manner, but that does not mean that these programs are reliable and do not deserve removal. The installers (e.g., Installrex) responsible for the distribution of EbookBrowse and other Justplugit programs can be used to spread various computer infections, and we recommend deleting all them. Of course, right now it is most important that you get rid of the ads presented by the unreliable ad-supported program. If you do not remove EbookBrowse and the web cookies linked to it, you might be exposed to falsely attractive, dangerous ads. Some of them might even hide malware installers and expose you to clandestine phishing scams!
EbookBrowse is also known as EbbookaBroWse and EbouokBrowsse. These are the names that our malware researchers have come across when researching this unreliable program, and we are sure that there are a ton of other name variations that could be used to conceal this threat. Users might have trouble researching the removal of EbookBrowse if they know this program by less popular names, but this does not mean that you should delete EbookBrowse in different ways depending on its name. We suggest following the manual removal guide below, or, better yet, installing authentic automatic malware removal software.
Delete from Windows 8.1 or Windows 8:
Delete from Windows 7 or Windows Vista:
Delete from Windows XP: