DealBrowsing Toolbar

DealBrowsing Toolbar Description

DealBrowsing Toolbar is an unwanted toolbar that commonly is installed on a targeted Internet browser without a computer user's permission when he/she downloads free applications from the web. Once the computer user has the certain program on the PC, the Internet browser will use DealBrowsing Toolbar and display pop-up advertisements carrying links for deals, discount, and a variety of offers. DealBrowsing Toolbar suits on Internet browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Google Chrome. DealBrowsing Toolbar can keep track of the victimized web user's browsing habits and use some code to trace the Internet user's interests. DealBrowsing Toolbar can control what websites the PC users visits mostly. DealBrowsing Toolbar grabs all the data and uses it to advertise products and online services. The main goal of DealBrowsing Toolbar is to advertise a variety of products via discount coupons and online sales. All the details DealBrowsing Toolbar has grabbed will be used for sending advertisements and promotions to target computer users. When the computer user clicks those advertisements, DealBrowsing Toolbar will point him/her to advertiser's websites that were produced by cybercriminals to raise traffic and earn money from click fraud.

Technical Information

File System Details

DealBrowsing Toolbar creates the following file(s):
# File Name Size MD5
1 dealbrowsing.exe 2,174,120 2d6e1f4626b912575e4a6b50270bed5f

Registry Details

DealBrowsing Toolbar creates the following registry entry or registry entries:
Registry key
SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Toolbar\{87e28aaf-19b0-4dc2-8e90-16802a7516d9}
Directory
%LOCALAPPDATA%\dealbrowsingyatb_somoto
%PROGRAMFILES%\dealbrowsingyatb
%PROGRAMFILES(x86)%\dealbrowsingyatb
%USERPROFILE%\AppData\LocalLow\dealbrowsingyatb

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