Is Bible study part of your daily routine? If it is, you might install Get Daily Bible Verses without even thinking of the consequences. We are not saying that you would suffer serious security consequences if you downloaded this extension/application, but installing it without doing a little bit of research is a huge mistake. If you are still thinking about installing this PUP, go ahead and read this report first to learn exactly how it works. If you have downloaded it and realized already that it does not offer truly beneficial services, you might already be thinking about removal. The good news is that it is not difficult to delete Get Daily Bible Verses even if you lack experience. You have to uninstall it if you let it in via Internet Explorer, or you have to eliminate the unwanted extension if you installed it onto Firefox or Chrome web browser. Hopefully, you do not need to worry about other infections, but if you do, we can help you with that too.
CChrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer users are introduced to Get Daily Bible Verses via the official page, getdailybibleverses.com. At the moment, however, Chrome users cannot download the extension because the installer on chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jnfgcocflfebffemobboimemiiokodna no longer exists. It is very likely that the creator of this suspicious software (Polarity Technologies Ltd., who is also the creator of My Daily Verse XP, Easy File Converter, etc.), will set up a new Chrome web store installer in the future. Although Get Daily Bible Verses is represented in an official manner, our researchers warn that this potentially unwanted program could be introduced to you via unreliable third-party installers along with other PUPs or even malicious infections. In some cases, malware could slither in using this relatively attractive extension without the user’s notice. This is why it is crucial that you scan your operating system as soon as possible. Use the free malware scanner that you can obtain by clicking the ‘Download’ button below, and perform a full system scan to check if you need to delete malicious threats. If you do, note that there are thousands of removal guides for different infections on our website.
Just like My Daily Verse XP, Get Daily Bible Verses introduces users to a search tool. It is Search.searchgdbv.com, and it is completely identical to Search.mydailyversexp.com. The fact that these extensions and hijackers are identical is not surprising because many pieces created by Polarity Technologies Ltd. have clones. The search tool appears to be harmless at first because it promotes links to legitimate Bible-related websites. These links are harmless, and you can find useful information. That being said, this is all that Get Daily Bible Verses is good for, and it does NOT offer beneficial services. If you think that the search tool is harmless, you might be wrong because it redirects to search.yahoo.com without notice, and the results are modified. Therefore, although you might think that Yahoo Search is trustworthy, the PUP adjusts the results, and they become untrustworthy. If that was not enough, it can track and leak information that represents your browsing activity and behavior. If you do not want information about yourself shared with unknown parties, you will delete the PUP right away.
The instructions you can see below explain how to remove Get Daily Bible Verses from Internet Explorer (on Windows), Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox web browsers. These are the instructions you need to follow if you want to delete the PUP manually. Is this a good idea? That depends on whether or not other threats exist and whether or not you can protect your operating system and browsers in the future. If malware is found and if you cannot guard your operating system yourself, install a trusted anti-malware tool that will take care of things automatically. Most likely, you can find removal guides for the threats that slithered in along with Get Daily Bible Verses on this website, but remember that you should erase unwanted and malicious pieces manually only if you are 100% sure you can protect your operating system against unreliable programs and threats in the future.