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Danger level 5
Type: Browser Plugins
Common infection symptoms:
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Slow internet connection
  • Annoying Pop-up's

Browsefox

It may seem that there is nothing dangerous about Browsefox, because this browser extension is supposed to improve your online shopping. And the truth is that this application is very far from being a dangerous computer infection. Nevertheless, computer security experts advise users against installing Browserfox on their computers, because it may be related to various security issues. Hence, it is recommended that you remove Browsefox from your computer; otherwise you could be flooded with commercial advertisements that are both – annoying and potentially dangerous.

Browsefox is not the only browser plugin developed by the same group of people, judging from identically-looking websites, this application is directly related to LemurLeap Virus and LinkSwift deals. All of these plugins are compatible with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers. According to the official website at browsefox.com/support, this plugin comes with a variety of tools that are supposed to help you organize the information you encounter online. What is more, each time you access an online shopping website, you will be “greeted” with various commercial ads generated by Browsefox, that would display good deals and discount offers.

Although some of the information provided by Browsefox could be real, you cannot rule out the possibility of malicious exploitation. Some users even think that Browsefox is a dangerous computer infection itself, especially as it enters their system surreptitiously. However, that is only a misconception, because this plugin would never get installed onto your computer without your permission. If it happens so, it means you have downloaded the application from a third party website, bundled with other shareware applications. Whenever you install a shareware game or a random program (like a free video converter, for example), be sure to read all the installation steps carefully, as there might be information provided on Browsefox as well.

In case you have Browsefox installed already, there is no need to panic. This plugin can collect information on your web browsing habits and flood you with pop-up ads, but that is not the end of the world, as you can successfully remove it from your computer via Control Panel. As it has been mentioned before, Browsefox is more of an annoying add-on, than a dangerous program, but due to the fact that its loose security policy to get exploited by malicious third parties, you should seriously consider removing it right now.

Manual Browsefox Removal

Windows 8

  1. Move mouse cursor to the bottom right of the screen.
  2. When Charms bar appears, click Settings and select Control Panel.
  3. Click Uninstall a program and remove Browsefox.

Windows Vista & Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu and click Control Panel.
  2. Go to Uninstall a program and remove Browsefox.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start menu button and go to Control Panel.
  2. Select Add or remove programs and uninstall Browsefox.

Removing Browsefox from your computer will remove it from your browser as well, but if you think that there may be other potentially unwanted programs on your computer, run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner, and then terminate the undesirable programs at once.

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How to manually remove Browsefox

Files associated with Browsefox infection:

WebLayersopc.exe
updateWebLayers.exe
opc.exe
desktop.exe
Ancode.exe
updater.exe

Browsefox processes to kill:

WebLayersopc.exe
updateWebLayers.exe
desktop.exe
opc.exe
Ancode.exe
updater.exe
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Comments

  1. egam Jul 19, 2014

    vf

  2. barack obama Oct 9, 2014

    I like to ***** browsefox and your mom in the *****

  3. EricCreeper Mar 5, 2015

    there is all ads all over the web. Browsefox more then one warning, has open tebs
    adding yahoo home page all more. Browsefox hes a warning!

  4. Foxy The Fox Sep 25, 2015

    ITS NOT SHOWING UP! im using windows 7 but it wont show on my uninstall list! and mcaffe wont uninstall it! PLZ HELP

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