- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
Dig Deep is truly a senseless name for an adware-type program. We recommend that you remove this application if you do not want to be annoyed with potentially unreliable third-party ads and have information about you collected and sent to numerous third-party websites. Dig Deep I was created by SuperWeb, which specializes in developing adware applications. Apart from nagging you with ads, the application will not benefit your browsing experience in any way, so there is no point in keeping. We have included a manual removal guide which will help you get rid of Dig Deep without too much effort.
As mentioned, Dig Deep was created by SuperWeb. This developer is widely known in the industry for the vast number of adware applications it releases. All of the company’s adware programs are clones of each other; the only thing that distinguishes them is the name. Dig Deep, Browzbi, Screen Flip, Steel Cut, LittleWeaver, and many others are basically the same program, all of which function in the same manner. All SuperWeb applications have a promotional website. Dig Deep’s website is called Diggingdeep.net. Obviously, neither the program nor the website has anything to do with digging. The company just probably ran out of naming ideas so they just call them whatever comes to mind.
The program’s End User Agreement claims that the application provides web browsing features that customize and enhance your interaction with various websites by rendering graphics, text, and other interactive content. It means that the application displays various coupons, price comparisons, various deals, offers, pop-ups, banners, and so on. Now, this application does not sound that interesting or appealing, does it? These ads only obstruct your browsing experience, so the application is good for nothing.
It must be said that Dig Deep ads are supplied by third-party advertisers. SuperWeb claims that it is not affiliated with third-party advertisements, but promotes them anyway. How odd is that? So, when you interact with an advertisement, you do it at your own risk, and, if anything were to happen to your computer as a result of the interaction, it is your own responsibility; SuperWeb is not liable for the damage that their promoted content may inflict.
Furthermore, Dig Deep collects personally and non-personally identifiable information. Personal information is not automatically collected. You can only reveal it yourself by contacting the developers via the webpage. Your submitted information will include user names of third party websites, information that you permitted third parties to share with them, and any information you have made public on social media. So, the developers and associated third parties can find out who you are by linking the information you have provided with information that you have provided on social media. Non-personal information involves collecting information about the computer, IP address (which allows them to know your approximate location), browsing history, search history, interests, and so on. Did you know that all of this information is collected? If not, and you do not approve of these methods, then you should remove Dig Deep from your computer.
Remove Dig Deep from Windows
Windows 8 and 8.1
Windows 7 and Vista
Remove Dig Deep from your browser
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