SharkShopper is a browser add-on which displays commercial offers on your screen while you are browsing various websites, mainly shopping websites such as amazon.com and walmart.com. The program is compatible with the three most popular Internet browsers - Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox. SharkShopper does not own the advertisements displayed, which means that you interact with SharkShopper pop-ups at your own risk. Our advice is to remove SharkShopper from your computer so that you can minimize the risk of infecting your computer with various malware and spyware threats.
SharkShopper is advertised at sharkshopper.info; however, the website does not feature any download button. It seems that the website is aimed at convincing you that the program is reliable; however, the fact that a program is advertised on a certain website does not mean that it is reliable and safe to use. SharkShopper is distributed alongside other free programs; hence, you should be very careful when dealing with software setup files. Sometimes a single click can cause a lot of trouble, and you should never hurry to click the Install or Accept button, because your spontaneity could have adverse consequences.
SharkShopper is a JustPlugIt browser add-on and is known to be capable of modifying its name. The name of the program may contain randomly selected letters, so do not be surprised when you find that instead of SharkShopper you have installed some strange-looking program. This characteristic is typical of virtually every program based on the JustPlugIt platform, including programs such as TicTacCoupon, RealDeal, RightCoupon, LuckyCoupon, and some other advertising-supported browser add-ons. All these programs are included in the malware databases of certain malware and spyware prevention programs, which means that it is possible to have them removed automatically.
We urge you to remove SharkShopper from your computer because the program may be monitoring your online behavior, another feature typical of advertising-supported browser add-ons. SharkShopper may record your clicks, impressions, search terms, browsing history, and other non-personally identifiable information.
Below you will find our step-by-step instruction on how to uninstall SharkShopper, but we encourage you to implement a reputable anti-malware program. Use SpyHunter if you want to be secure on the Internet, because this program is programmed to detect and remove adware programs, browser hijackers, rogue anti-virus programs, ransomware infections, and many other insecure computer programs.
Windows Vista and Windows 7
Having removed the unwanted program, you should make sure that all the components of the program are deleted. To do so, use the scanner available below at no charge. If necessary, invest in the program to have the detected files deleted.