DealGrabbers Description

The DealGrabbers browser add-on may attract users who purchase clothing and gadget online with the promise to lower the prices of products they search on the Internet. The DealGrabbers browser add-on is spread among web surfers via freeware packages, and users may install DealGrabbers unintentionally by using the 'Typical' or 'Express' option. However, you may wish to know that the DealGrabbers add-on is categorized by security analysts as adware because its primary goal is to display numerous ads and generate affiliate revenue for its developers. The DealGrabbers adware may use banners, in-text ads, pop-up and pop-under windows and ad boxes loaded with product comparison, discounts and coupons. Additionally, the DealGrabbers adware might read your Internet history, use tracking cookies and read the metadata of pages you preview to customize its promotions. The DealGrabbers adware functions similarly to other apps like Price Turtle and Price Companion and may detect your approximate geographical location to display offers and discounts valid for your local area. You should not forget that the ads by adware like DealGrabbers are not considered as safe, and you might be redirected to phishing domains like and that direct users to call fake computer support agents. Security analysts add that there are cases where adware promotes rogue applications like Antivirii 2011 and ErrorEasy that can expose your PC to cyber threats, cause registry errors and demand money to fix non-existing problems. Users are not advised to download and install programs promoted by the DealGrabbers adware because you may be offered to install harmful software on your machine. Therefore, you may want to use a reliable anti-spy solution to delete all components of the DealGrabbers adware and prevent security issues.

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