- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
By constantly roaming unreliable websites, you could get infected with adware. Deeal is one of those applications that should not be allowed to remain on your system. There are at least two different versions of this adware program, and both are extremely annoying. One of them is particularly disturbing because it may install a Trojan on your computer. The bottom line is that you have to remove Deeal from the PC if you want to protect your personal information and your computer from potential exploitation. Be sure to invest in a powerful antispyware tool to ensure that your computer is clean of dangerous infections.
One version of Deeal is a French adware program that has an official homepage at deal.net. It is the version that brings Trojan infection upon your computer as well. However, our research team says that the Trojan does not get installed with every single version of Deeal. However, apart from the potential Trojan infection, Deeal downloads and installs more unwanted programs as well. For example, it is known that this program downloads Optimizer Pro and Bubble Dock onto your PC. It clearly labels Deeal as an excruciatingly annoying and potentially malicious application that you cannot and should not tolerate.
As far as the official website is concerned, it claims the following:
It means that Deeal is supposed to be a browser extension that allows you to compare prices on a variety of online shopping websites. However, it is clear that this application cannot live up to its promises. It surely displays commercial advertisements on all browsers, but it is highly doubtful that they can help you save money on your purchases.
We cannot say anything good about the other version of Deeal as well. The other version is based on Crossrider engine, and it also spams users with commercial content. In short, disregarding which version of Deeal adware you might be infected with, you need to get rid of this program immediately.
It is possible to uninstall Deeal via Control Panel, but you have to consider the fact that there might be Trojan infection hiding in your system as well. Thus, after manual removal, scan the PC with SpyHunter free scanner to detect other cunning infections. Manual Trojan removal is not recommended unless you are an experienced computer user, so do not hesitate to acquire a licensed computer security application that will do the job for you.
How to uninstall Deeal
Windows Vista & Windows 7