- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Once WhiteDeals finds its way to your PC, it starts serving numerous pop-ups and banners to your web browser. You should not hesitate to remove this adware app from your system, because it might turn out to be the cause of serious security issues. First of all, like any other adware program, WhiteDeals engages in a controversial activity of collecting and processing data about your web surfing patterns in order to display as much personalized content as possible. As this application is highly suspicious, we suggest that your terminate this surveillance by removing WhiteDeals from your PC. Besides that, if that is not enough to convince you that this advertising-supported program should not to be trusted, be aware that it might also be misused by criminal entities to steal sensitive data, damage target systems, or to carry out other criminal activities.
WhiteDeals is similar to such adware apps as RightCoupon, RealDeal, TicTacCoupon, and others, in a way that they all were developed on JustPlugIt engine, a platform which is infamous for being used to create numerous adware apps. What's more, similarly to the aforementioned counterparts, this adware app does not have the official site where it is distributed directly. Instead, you can accidentally install WhiteDeals by clicking fake download buttons, which appear on torrent, or other unreliable piracy sites, inviting you to download updates for Java, Adobe, or other applications. Thus, if you fell for this trick and installed the suspicious “updates” recently, it is possible that you need to remove WhiteDeals from your PC. If you run into InstallRex, Amonetize, Vitallia, and other suspicious third-party installers, on the said questionable sites, be especially cautious as you might end up installing not only WhiteDeals, but additional malicious apps as well.
Compatible with all the major Internet browsers, WhiteDeals is an advertising-supported app so it was designed exclusively to generate profit on the basis of the pay-per-click model. Whenever you click on the featured ads, you increase the web traffic of the promoted third-party sites. The problem with adware apps is that they almost never monitor the third-party content that lies behind the links. This makes the perfect opportunity for malicious entities to take advantage of WhiteDeals to serve corrupted links which, when clicked, will reroute users to sites that are set up to distribute malware.
So, are you prepared to remove WhiteDeals from your PC? Do not waste time, and thus follow the instructions below to get rid of this adware app immediately. Also, in order to make sure there are no additional suspicious apps on your system, install a legitimate antimalware scanner that will continuously scan and protect your computer.
How to delete WhiteDeals
Windows 8 and 8.1:
Windows 7 and Vista: