- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
BCool would be a very lousy and cheesy name for a legitimate application. Therefore, BCool could only be the name of an unreliable shady application that in this case happens to be an adware application. Our researchers say that it would indeed be cool for you to remove BCool from your computer and save yourself a lot of trouble by dealing with more dangerous malware which could come about if this adware is left to continue operating on your system. Nevertheless, it’s safe to say that BCool hasn’t surprised our researchers in any respect: distribution, functionality, or threats. Nevertheless, it poses a serious threat to system security and should be dealt with, which implies that you ought to remove it.
BCool has been developed as a browser extension and is compatible with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. Once installed, it will start displaying various annoying and intrusive commercial advertisements that will appear as pop-ups, banners, coupons, etc. Note that all of these advertisements are developed by third parties, which means that the developers of BCool do not endorse the content they promote since they do not check to see if the ads they display are legitimate. This kind of business model is very dangerous because it opens up opportunities for cyber criminals to use promotional services offered by developers of adware applications such as BCool for their illicit activities. Therefore, we encourage users to remove BCool as soon as possible.
Nevertheless, cyber criminals might user BCool to distribute fake advertisements that promote online shopping websites. An unsuspecting user might lose a significant amount of money by purchasing non-existent products. Furthermore, users might get infected with dangerous malware ranging from ransomware to fake anti-malware scanners. In some cases the user may be prompted with advertisements that suggest that users download various system utilization tools that are said to automatically repair Windows errors for free. It is painfully obvious that this is a scam, so we advise users not to fall for this old trick and stay away from ads promoted by BCool until you remove the program.
It’s worth mentioning that BCool is mostly distributed via software bundles that are usually put up for download by various freeware sharing websites. At any rate, users can always choose to opt out of the installation of additional software when installing freeware. However, if adware such as BCool finds its way onto your computer anyway, we recommend that you remove it.
In short, BCool is an unreliable adware application that sponsors various advertisements created by third parties. BCool poses a significant threat because the ads it promotes could turn out to be gateways for various infections to find their way onto your system. Please do not hesitate to delete BCool by following our manual removal guide provided bellow.
How to remove BCool
Windows 8 & Windows 8.1
Windows 7 & Windows Vista
Delete BCool browser extension