Travel Deals Center is a potentially unwanted program that so far might be encountered by Google Chrome users only. The application is advertised as a tool that can help find travel deals as well as access popular travel websites. While such features might sound appealing, you should also know that the application might view your browsing history. Besides, it could provide you with a search engine that may show modified search results. To learn more about this browser extension, we encourage you to read the rest of our report. As for users who do not want to keep it, we advise deleting Travel Deals Center with the instructions located at the end of this article or with a chosen antimalware tool of their choice. There is a comments section below the instructions too, so if you have any questions, feel free to leave us a message there.
At the moment of writing, Travel Deals Center is still available on the Chrome Web Store page and its official website called traveldealscenter.co. However, same as many other potentially unwanted programs, the applications could also be spread through bundled software installers and redirects. It means you could receive it when installing other questionable tools or software from unreliable file-sharing web pages. Thus, to avoid receiving such programs in the future, we recommend downloading applications only from legitimate sources. Plus, it is essential to research chosen software to find out whether it is trustworthy or not before installing it. If you find it challenging to recognize doubtful applications and websites, you should keep your browser up to date and install a reliable security tool that could warn you about potential threats.
Upon installation Travel Deals Center might ask for a couple of permissions which are easy to miss if a user agrees with everything to rush the installation process. The permissions this browser extension may ask for should be to “replace the page you see when opening a new tab” and to “read your browsing history.” The potentially unwanted program may replace a user’s new tab page with a search engine that could contain various travel-related links. Also, our specialists say that it might show modified search results, which means there is a possibility the results could be injected with third-party advertisements. Keep in mind that such content could come from unknown sources and might be unsafe. Thus, if you see any ads while surfing the Internet with the extension’s provided search tool, we recommend being cautious.
On the other hand, if you do not want to risk encountering suspicious advertisements or do not want the application to view your browsing history, we advise deleting Travel Deals Center. If you like any of its provided travel-related links, you should bookmark them before erasing the potentially unwanted program; just make sure the suggested web pages are trustworthy. To get rid of Travel Deals Center manually, you could complete the steps provided below this paragraph. As for users who want to check their system thoughtfully or find the instructions too complicated, we advise installing a reliable antimalware tool.