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Danger level 7
Type: Adware
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Shows commercial adverts
  • Connects to the internet without permission


At the moment, the FirstOffer application is available only for users of the Google Chrome browser. However, users of other browsers should not be envious because FirstOffer is an adware program that you should not keep on your computer. We have dealt with similar adware programs before and see how things could turn if these programs are not deleted from the system. By clicking on the content provided by such applications you may put your computer to serious risks that we will describe below.

FirstOffer is promoted to be a platform designed to save money for a customer who likes to shop online. An argument that this program uses a unique algorithm may seem enticing, but we have no reason to believe creators of this application. Please keep in mind that the primary goal of these programs is not to make your life more comfortable but to bring profit to its developers. This can be done only if the Internet users are clicking on ads generated by FirstOffer. Those ads could promise you everything you want just to make you click on them. However, one thing is that you will slowly get irritated by those advertisements every time you visit some online shopping website. Another thing is that the advertisements are leading to untrustworthy pages, and FirstOffer is not responsible for any potential harm you may suffer by visiting those pages. You could be infected with a dangerous virus, or the wrongdoers may steal your personal credentials. There are numerous risks you can face while clicking on the ads and they all could be avoided just by removing the adware application.

Another thing why FirstOffer is not the program you want to keep is that it probably has sneaked onto your computer overlooked. Yes, it could be downloaded from the official page, but, as it is with other adware programs, software bundling is the method used for gaining access to your system. The method works in the following way: the user downloads some program from an unreliable source and installs it without carefully reading the installation wizard. Thus, he receives a bunch of additional and possibly unwanted programs. Some of them could be very dangerous, so all the unwanted programs should be eliminated using legitimate antimalware software. But for the beginning, you should start with removing FirstOffer.

As has already been mentioned, this adware application affects only the users of the Google Chrome browser. You do not need to remove FirstOffer from the list of programs or implement any complex procedure. Just clear your browser from the unwanted extension by following our short guide. However, if you have failed to implement some of the steps or are not so sure of yourself, you can always reach us and ask for a recommendation. We are accessible via our social media channels (Twitter, Google+, or Facebook) as well as via the comment box below. You can use the same channels if you want to ask us which security tool you need to use to keep your system safe from various kinds of online threats.

How to remove FirstOffer

  1. Open Google Chrome and press Alt+F.
  2. Go to Settings and then to Extensions.
  3. Click on the recycle bin near the extension you want to get rid of.
  4. Select Remove.
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