Once Next Program is installed you might notice that it added extensions to your browsers too. The application is known to act on its own, meaning that it might connect to the Internet without your knowledge or even download new versions of the software. This rather uncontrollable application could also temporarily redirect you to third-party websites, which could have content harmful to your computer. However, the creators of Next Program do not take any responsibility for any loss or damage that you could receive from interaction with third-party content. Provided that you want to keep your computer protected, it would be better to remove the program. If you need any help with its deletion, you can look at the instructions below the article.
After the program is installed, it creates folders and files in the %TEMP%, %PROGRAMFILES(x86)% or %PROGRAMFILES% directories. Apparently, the files are signed by Rabbit Quest, but it might be a fake company name since we could not find any records about it on the internet. It does not surprise us because we have encountered many other programs that could be considered identical to this one, e.g. Blazer Deals, Customer Promos, Deals Avenue, etc. We could only assume that these applications might have been created by the same developers as they are also based on the same Inject engine and have their files signed by unknown publishers.
Since the application shows a lot of pop-ups with shopping offers as well as sponsored links, it was categorized as an adware program. Next Program claims that the ads allow you to use the software for free, but it does not have any tools or functions you could use. In fact, the program does not even have a separate window, and although it adds extensions to the Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox browsers, they are only for information gathering. Generally, it collects non-personal data about your browsing habits, so that it could display more attractive ads to you. It is very important to the program’s creators because from every clicked ad they receive money from third-parties for advertising their websites, products, etc.
As it seems, you can delete this application both automatically and manually. For the first option, it is essential to have a legitimate antimalware tool installed. You can set it to scan your computer, and it will handle the threats. The second option needs some computer skills, but it should not be very difficult, so if you prefer manual removal, you could take a look at the removal instructions available below the article. Also, you can always leave us a comment here or contact us via social media, if you have more questions about this adware.
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