- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
There are many computer programs that promise beneficial services but turn out to be completely useless. HealthySure is one of these programs, and you should not invest any of your time in it. Although this program supposedly can provide you with useful health-related information, it is nothing but an advertising-supported program whose main goal is to provide you with attractive offers that you would click on. If you do not interact with the content provided by this adware, its creator will not earn a commission. On the other hand, it could also sell information regarding your virtual activity to third-party advertisers. All in all, you should not trust this program, and we have created a guide that will help you remove HealthySure in no time. Please read carefully, and, if you find things that you need more information on, or if you have any kinds of questions, use the section below to post a comment.
Healthysure.com was set up to promote this ad-supported program. The website itself shows ads, which should be a red flag warning you about the program promoted on it. All in all, not every user has acquired this adware from its official website. In fact, this program might come bundled, and that is very dangerous. The installer used for the distribution of this adware could carry much more malicious threats, and the ad-supported program could be a decoy to slip in malware. Even the official installer spreads this adware along with PUPs, hijackers, and other unwanted software, and you can only imagine what kind of threats could be spread by third-party installers. BlingJobs, BeautyBrilliant, CareerPronto, and other HealthySure clones are spread in the same way. Although it is unlikely that you will face these ad-supported programs, we have tested them all, and we know that they are identical. This suggests that the creators of these programs are not concerned about providing beneficial services; all they care about is creating multiple advertising platforms.
You will encounter the first ads right when you install HealthySure onto your computer, as a new Internet Explorer window will pop up showing some kind of advertisement. These ads and promotional content might be hosted on freelotto.com, redtag-specials.com, and similar domains. First of all, did you expect to see ads when downloading this program? If you did not, you must be surprised to see ads popping up via IE every time you interact with the allegedly beneficial program. The program itself is useless because it simply copies the contents of some website, and that is not how authentic, beneficial, and reliable programs work. This further proves that this software was not created to help you, but rather to exploit you. The worst part is that the ads shown by HealthySure can be very misleading, and they might present scams. Even harmless-looking surveys could be used to extract personal information, which is why we do not recommend interacting with any of them.
Automated malware removal/anti-malware software is very helpful, and we recommend installing it regardless of which removal option you choose to eliminate adware and other existing threats. Only this software can ensure that unreliable programs do not take over your operating system in the future. Of course, if you acquire this software now, you will not need to worry about deleting HealthySure and the threats accompanying it. Should you decide to eliminate this adware manually, either uninstall it or follow the steps below to erase all components separately.