“Web security shouldn't be a gamble” is probably the only true thing about Web Security App; however, with this app on-board, you actually become a gambler. Since this is an ad-supported program that has no other real function than filling up your computer screen with third-party advertisements, by having Web Security App on your PC you practically play with fire. These commercials are not only distracting, but they might also introduce you to unsafe third-party content. We hope you believe us when we say that it is in your best interest to avoid landing on malicious websites. There are a number of things that might happen if you end up on a website that is run by cyber criminals. Not removing Web Security App can only increase the chances that one day you will not resist temptation and click on an ad, or you might even do that accidentally.
We have found that this adware is identical to Sliding Coupons, PriceChomper, and DealCoaster. If you are interested to know more about these infections, please use our search box at the top of the page to locate them on our site. Web Security App promises to protect you from malicious websites while you are surfing the web, but, unfortunately, it does not do anything close; well, apart from actually putting your system security at risk by displaying ads that might redirect you to unreliable websites. If you do not want more malware threats on your computer or get scammed out of your money, we advise you to delete Web Security App right now. If you hesitate to act, you simply increase the vulnerability of your system. This is a worthless piece of software that you should have no second thoughts about.
While Web Security App has an official-looking website, websecurityapp.com, you need to know that there is no way to download this browser extension directly from there. Not because there is no download button, there is, but all it does is pop up a notice saying that you cannot download this application – certainly not a promising start. So you might wonder how this shady app appears on your computer. In fact, it is spread via freeware bundles. The only problem with that is these bundles may be packed with malware infections, including adware apps and browser hijackers. If you have noticed other changes in your browsers apart from the flow of ads, including new home page and search engine, there is a good chance you also have a hijacker on-board. If you want to restore your system’s security in such a case, you need to delete Web Security App and every other infection you can find on your computer. In order to make sure that you do not miss any threat, we recommend that you use a reliable online malware scanner that can identify all the issues.
If you want to get rid of Web Security App manually, you can use our guide below. First, you have to uninstall this application via Control Panel. Then, you have to reset your browsers. That is all there is to it. Please remember that you can actually avoid a lot of infections if you are more careful about which websites you visit and where you click. Prevention is very important if you want to keep your computer clean of malware.
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