BrowserSafeguard is yet another program that causes many questions and doubts This application is promoted as anti-spyware program that protects computers from unwanted intruders, malware infections, illegal and dangerous websites while people are browsing the web. However, our security experts have noticed that this doubtful program may act as a typical ad-supported application (adware) as well: it may display various advertisements, cause redirects to affiliate websites and collect information about people's browsing habits. As far as we know, BrowserSafeguard may be closely related to another adware, which is called Rocket Tab. If you discovered it on your computer out of nowhere, you should waste no time and check it with reliable anti-spyware. In this case, we recommend using Reimage.
How can BrowserSafeguard hijack my computer?
This questionable program is completely free and can be downloaded from various sites. However, it has become an unwritten rule that the most of free programs come hand-in-hand with adwares that are used for advertising. Moreover, BrowserSafeguard virus may also infiltrate your computer in a bundle with freewares and sharewares. This dubious program may enter your computer right after the installation of a doubtful free program. That is why you should be very careful what programs you are installing. In order to avoid similar intruders, you should follow a couple of safety rules that were designed by our security experts. First of all, if you need to install a program, check whether this program is safe enough by reading comments and reviews about it. You should also read terms of agreement section before any doubtful installation. If you decided that your program is safe enough, closely follow the entire installation and opt out of any unwanted attachments, such as BrowserSafeguard.
How to remove BrowserSafeguard from my computer?
We highly recommend avoid this program. If you want to protect your computer from cyber threats, you should use reputable anti-spyware tools, such as Reimage, Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus or Malwarebytes Anti Malware. If BrowserSafeguard redirects, ads and similar things are causing any trouble, act now and remove this program from your computer. For that you need to follow these steps:
- Scan your computer with Reimage or Plumbytes Anti-MalwareWebroot SecureAnywhere AntiVirus to make sure that your PC is free of malicious programs.
- Uninstall BrowserSafeguard from your computer:
1. Click Start -> Control Panel -> Uninstall a Program.
2. When in the Add/Remove Programs/Uninstall a Program, look for recently installed/unfamiliar applications, such as TidyNetwork, DesktopWeatherAlerts, Optimizer Pro, Driver Pro, MyPC Backup, AtuZi, etc.
3. Click 'Uninstall' and then OK to save the changes.
- Reset your browsers (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer):
1. Open Internet Explorer, click on the wench icon and go to 'Manage Add-ons'.
2. Go to 'Toolbars and extensions' and remove TidyNetwork, DesktopWeatherAlerts, Optimizer Pro, Driver Pro, MyPC Backup, AtuZi, etc..
1. Open Mozilla Firefox, click on the orange arrow button (left corner) and go to 'Add-ons'.
2. Here, choose 'Extensions’ and remove TidyNetwork, DesktopWeatherAlerts, Optimizer Pro, Driver Pro, MyPC Backup, AtuZi and other unknown extensions from the list.
1. Click the Chrome menu button on the Google Chrome browser, select 'Tools' -> 'Extensions'.
2. Here, look for TidyNetwork, DesktopWeatherAlerts, Optimizer Pro, Driver Pro, MyPC Backup, AtuZi and other unfamiliar entries.
3. Select each of them and choose Trash can icon to delete them.