SuperBrowser is a web browser that looks like a Chrome browser, installs suspicious extensions, and redirects to third-party search engines. Even though this activity is not considered to be very dangerous or malicious, most users do not expect it, which is why we have named SuperBrowser a potentially unwanted program (PUP). Of course, if you have researched this program before installing it, and it is all that you expected it to be, it is unlikely that you will want to delete SuperBrowser. This report was not created to force you to remove this program, but to inform you about it. If you are curious, and you want to learn things you might be unaware of, we suggest reading this report.
If you have used superbrowser.com to install SuperBrowser, this PUP must have been active on your PC for a while now. This site is not longer active, and this is most likely due to the fact that the program is unpopular and does not have a good reputation. Even though it might appear that the program is no longer active, its installer could still be carried via software bundles. Our researchers have found that this program always travels bundled with the НГС.ПОГОДА extension, but it is possible that you will find a bunch of other programs installed along with it. Are you sure that all of these programs are reliable? If they were not, you would have to delete them ASAP. We show how to remove SuperBrowser-related browser extensions manually, but the removal of other unreliable programs might be more difficult.
It is possible that once SuperBrowser is installed, it will replace your Google Chrome browser and even set itself as the default search provider. If this is done without your permission, we are sure that you will want to delete SuperBrowser from your PC. All in all, the files associated with this program are quite unpredictable because they were signed by Ekaterina Afanasova, an unreliable signature that is often associated with malicious programs. This suggests that SuperBrowser could work in an undesirable way as well. Of course, the most irritating thing that most users are likely to encounter is redirecting to go.mail.ru. Even though this search engine is not considered to be very unreliable, the fact that a browser can redirect you to a third-party search engine is disconcerting.
If you are ready to remove SuperBrowser from your operating system, you need to answer two questions: was the PUP installed with other programs and will you be able to delete them manually? If you find that other suspicious and undesirable programs were installed, it is a good idea to use an automated malware detection and removal tool. If you decide to use this tool, you will not need to worry about the removal of SuperBrowser or other unreliable programs. What is more, the protection of your operating system will be handled for you as well. Of course, before you put your trust in any tool, you have to do some research to pick the right one.
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