- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
If you want to save some cash while shopping online, you should not trust all the software offering you this service because you might install RebateRobot or other adware on your system. Even though RebateRobot claims to be a very useful application for those that do shopping online, you should know that you might discover that it shows various adverts after the installation. The program itself has been published by Roj Niyogi and is probably mainly aimed at Internet Explorer and Google Chrome users. Thus, if you do not want to see a great deal of ads on your screen, you should definitely remove RebateRobot from your system.
The present research has shown that plenty of undesirable applications come bundled with additional software. Some distributors allow computer users to choose whether they want to install additional software; however, if you have noticed that the program has arrived without your consent, you should know that it cannot be trusted. In such a case, you should remove it without any further considerations. Thus, if you have not downloaded and installed RebateRobot yourself, it is another reason not to trust it. Do you want to avoid various suspicious programs in the future? Keep your antimalware tool enabled and make sure that you do not download unreliable applications.
If you decide to keep RebateRobot on your system, you should know that it might record some of the details related to your browsing activities; however, keep in mind that you can stop this activity anytime by deleting RebateRobot from the system. You can do that manually by using the instructions provided below the article; however, if you notice that this method is not effective, it is worth scanning the system with a reliable antimalware tool, for instance, SpyHunter.
Windows 7 and Vista
How to manually remove RebateRobot
Files associated with RebateRobot infection:
RebateRobot DLL's to remove: