WebInternetSecurity is often classified as adware, but based on what the application does it is obviously a potentially unwanted program. WebInternetSecurity is promoted as a useful tool that helps you secure your PC on the web. However, the problem is that the application does not seem to be doing anything to improve your computer security. In fact, it may be sometimes associated with potential system threats, which is why it is necessary to remove WebInternetSecurity from your computer. Not to mention, that there is no reason why you should keep a useless application on your computer.
Users seldom come across the official websites for such applications on their own. WebInternetSecurity does have a homepage at webinternetsecurity.com, but it is very unlikely that you would access it directly and download the program onto your computer. It is a lot more often that WebInternetSecurity comes bundled with freeware. Based on our research, WebInternetSecurity is usually added to Fusion installer that installs such potentially unwanted applications as Conduit Search Protect, Sizlsearch, MyPCBackUp, Greatarcadehits and others.
According to the information provided on the main home page, should help you secure your web browsing, avoid online tracking and protect you from phishing scams. WebInternetSecurity also claims that the application is constantly updated, and it even reduces the annoying pop-up ads that usually attack you when you browse the Internet.
In short, WebInternetSecurity should be able to block potentially dangerous pop-ups and display safer commercial advertisements, but the program has not been detected to actually do anything it promises. It may be that WebInternetSecurity is no longer supported by the main server, so the program cannot provide you with the so-called web browsing security. What is more, although it says that it can help you avoid online tracking, the program collects information on your web browsing habits itself.
The good thing is that WebInternetSecurity does not install any extensions on your browser. The program itself functions as a proxy and you can easily uninstall WebInternetSecurity via Control Panel. Nevertheless, keep in mind that if you have downloaded WebInternetSecurity bundled with freeware, you should terminate other potentially unwanted applications as well.
After manual removal do not forget to run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner. There might be some potentially dangerous leftover files in your system, and it is always a good idea to check the current state of your computer’s security once in a while. Should you have any further questions on how to remove WebInternetSecurity or how to safeguard your system, please leave us a comment below.
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