WebGet is another useless product created by SuperWeb LLC. This particular company does not have a good reputation because the browser extensions it creates are worthless and appear to be created for the convenience of third party advertisers only. The program is presented at webwebget.com; however, this is not the source that you are likely to use for the acquisition of the application. As a matter of fact, it is unlikely that you will choose to install the program yourself, and in most cases it will be presented to you with the help of other applications. You need to be extremely careful with third party installers; otherwise, you may need to figure out how to delete WebGet and other potentially undesirable programs.
PlurPush, KingBrowse and Norpalla are the clones of the questionable WebGet. Even though these browser extensions have different download pages and names, they work in the exact same manner. As soon as you install SuperWeb LLC software, the tracking technologies related to the extensions will start observing your virtual activity. Even though it is stated that this information is meant to help advertisers present you with personally targeted offers and advertisements, our malware researchers identify this as potentially risky activity. Offers and deals presented on ebay.com, amazon.com and other popular web stores are linked to third parties who may be unreliable and may present links leading you to unreliable sites.
Since WebGet does not have an official download link, this extension is likely to be installed onto the web browsers alongside other software. Whether the application has been installed onto the operating system with your consent or silently, you should remove it and then inspect other suspicious software. Computer applications and browser plugins which travel bundled with adware (advertisement supported software) are immediately considered to be suspicious and untrustworthy. You can install a malware scanner to inspect the existing applications and to find out whether they are considered to be reliable or not. Needless to say, you should remove all undesirable programs from the PC.
You can and you should remove WebGet from the operating system. This program is not beneficial and instead of producing useful deals all it can do is spy on your browsing activity and then flood you with completely unpredictable advertisements. You can delete WebGet manually or using the automatic malware removal software. The latter option is the recommended one because you should keep the operating system guarded against malware attacks in the future and this software can ensure that.
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