Enhance Pro appears to be a useful and reliable browser extension that can bring you great deals, lower prices, and vouchers when you go shopping online; however, we have found that this is just another useless and potentially risky adware application similar to Price Fab and ShopzyApp. Since this program can expose you to third-party advertisements that could be of questionable reliability, we believe that its operations may pose a threat to your virtual security. Having such an adware program on board can usually lead to further infections as well as online scams resulting in losing money from your bank accounts and your personally identifiable information. What's more, it is quite likely that this malware infection enters your system in a company of other malware threats; therefore, your computer could be under attack on several fronts right now. If you are a security-minded computer user, we recommend that you do not hesitate to remove Enhance Pro from your PC as soon as possible; no matter how innocent this extension may seem to be.
There are several ways for you to infect your machine with this annoying adware program. The most common ways always involve a click on the wrong third-party content. This content could be displayed by questionable and shady websites, including fake online shops, torrent, freeware, and gambling pages, or by malware programs that have previously slithered onto your system. Basically, any website can be the source of unsafe third-party ads that host them; even more so when your system is infected by adware. A lot of users infect their computer when searching the web for free software or other files to download. If you are an inexperienced user, you may not be able to spot a fake or malicious file-sharing website. This is how you may click on a search result and land in such a trap.
You may believe that you are about to download your targeted file but instead, you will install a whole package of malware infections. Most of the time you could avoid this if you were more cautious while installing such a bundle. Nevertheless, if you have installed free programs recently, there is a chance that you have infected your system with adware programs, browser hijackers, Trojans, fake alerts, backdoors, and potentially unwanted programs as well. In order to restore the security and health of your PC, we suggest that you delete Enhance Pro and use a malware scanner to identify all other threats, too. You can use a free online scanner for this but make sure that the one you choose is reliable and reputable to avoid further infections by rogue security programs.
Apart from these questionable ways, you can also install this adware directly through the official webpage, enhance-pro.apps-repo.net/us/install, and the Chrome web store page, chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/enhance-pro/nodbpfnfhjfkgnkddkjmnnljafobgaed. Since only around 2,700 users seem to have installed this extension from the store, it is obviously not the main source of distribution. In fact, it seems a bit strange that such an annoying and potentially harmful extension get a number of good reviews -- and only good ones -- that makes us wonder that these are simply made-up or fake reviews to promote this tool. Even if you have installed this adware program through these pages, we suggest that you do not leave it on board; in other words, remove Enhance Pro as soon as you can.
Who would not like to purchase products for less and save time at the same time? The web therefore is clearly swarming with browser extensions that promise you just that; lower prices, best deals, coupons, and whatnot. But, unfortunately, most of these applications only serve as a platform to promote questionable third parties. This browser extension only works in Google Chrome as of yet, but it does not mean that in the near future it will not start affecting the other main browsers as well. After installing this adware application, it displays a menu icon in the top-right corner of your browser window. If you open this menu, you will find settings, such as show offers in search engine pages, show vouchers for visited shops, and language choice. No wonder you can find potentially unreliable search results labeled "Sponsored by Enhance Pro" if you tick the respective checkbox.
This tool displays a rather big pop-up window on the right every time you are visiting online shops. This is very annoying but there is more to it; these supposed best offers could take you to fake online shop sites operated by cyber crooks or other malicious pages. We have also found that this browser extension can show you other questionable third-party ads, too. Engaging with content shown by this adware could result in being infected with more malware threats or you may also become a victim of an online scam. Cyber criminals can easily steal your personal details and banking information if you land on their malicious sites. This is the worst that might happen to you if you keep this tool in your browser. And, this is why we advise you to delete Enhance Pro right away.
Since we are talking about a browser extension here that only infects Google Chrome, you are in the luck in the sense that you can easily clean it from your system. In fact, you simply need to remove the extension called Enhance.Pro using the Settings menu of your browser. However, it is possible that this might not be enough and some leftovers might remain, not to mention other potentially harmful browser-related applications. Therefore, we believe that resetting your browser is the best solution. If you have never done this before, please follow our instructions below this article. In order to restore security on your system, we also suggest that you employ a professional anti-malware application like SpyHunter to protect your PC automatically.