- Connects to the internet without permission
Although it might not sound like it, BeagleBrowser does not have anything to do with beagles. It probably just counts on the cute image of the breed to make you believe the program is good enough on a daily basis. However, our security specialists say that it is for the best to remove BeagleBrowser. The application might be associated with unreliable third parties that intend to make use of it for their objectives. When a program is not protected against third-party exploitation, it can cause you more problems than good. Thus, it should be obvious why you have to terminate it.
If you are perfectly satisfied with your web browser, you probably would not be thinking about exchanging it for BeagleBrowser. Hence, even though users can easily download the application from beagle-browser.com, we believe they seldom come across this website. As a result, this open source application usually gets distributed with other freeware applications. For example, if you are looking for some program online and you get redirected to a file-sharing website, it is very likely that the installation pack you are being offered there will contain several unwanted applications. If you must download some program, do it from the official website. Third-party freeware hosting sites significantly contribute to the distribution of potentially unwanted software, so you have to be careful about where you download your apps from.
BeagleBrowser is based on the Chromium engine, and its files are signed by LOLLIPOP NETWORKS, S.L. However, it is highly unlikely that it is an actual name of the developer company. It is most probably a scam, designed to make you think that BeagleBrowser is a reliable application. Similar tactics have been used with Fast Browser, CrossBrowser, Internet Quick Access, and many other web browsers that are also based on the Chromium engine. Since they are all created following the same pattern, you can probably tell that these web browsers are very similar. What’s more, on the outside, they look very much like the Google Chrome web browser. Hence, sometimes the similar appearance might trick users into thinking that BeagleBrowser is a Google product as well.
However, that is definitely not the case. This browser gets installed on your system with the intention of generating financial profit for its creators. What’s more, BeagleBrowser may also display commercial advertisements when you browse the web. The ads will have this label: ADVERTISEMENT | Powered by BeagleBrowser. Sometimes it will look like these ads contain information on something you have been looking for. Nevertheless, any security-minded user would tell you that clicking third-party ads is a bad idea because the outgoing links might redirect you to corrupted websites. And this is just one of the many security risks you face if you utilize a potentially unwanted program.
Save yourself the problem of dealing with unwanted security issues in the future by removing BeagleBrowser today. You should also terminate all the programs that might have been installed together with this browser. If you cannot find them via Control Panel, you should run a full system scan with the SpyHunter free scanner. A list of unwanted applications will be generated for you immediately, and you will be able to protect your system from unwanted intruders.
How to Delete BeagleBrowser
Windows 8 & Windows 8.1
Windows Vista & Windows 7