How to Remove Browsing Protection

Browsing Protection is a program that is promoted as one that can protect computers and users against malicious websites. However it is a tricky adware responsible for ads, deals, popups, coupons displayed in your Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. This happens after Browsing Protection adware infects your computer. However, it is legitimate and non-malicious, and your antivirus didn’t block it. Now, you want to remove Browsing Protection and it is a good idea because this kind of software compromises your security.

Browsing Protection installation is often deceptive. If you wonder how Browsing Protection got installed on your computer, the answer is simple. You just failed to disable Browsing Protection optional installation when you install some of free programs from the Internet. Various websites use bundling to monetize free program distribution. A free program that you need comes with a download client that controls the installation and offers you to install adware programs like Browsing Protection promoted as useful. Adware is set to be automatically installed unless you notice and disable it before installing a free program.

Browser Protection adware removal

Browsing Protection is installed as a Windows application and multiple BHO (browser helper objects), web browser extensions or add-ons that are running adware activities. Therefore, if you want to remove Browsing Protection, then you need to uninstall Browsing Protection application and remove extensions related to Browsing Protection from your web browsers. It is not very difficult, and you can easily do this by following Browsing Protection removal guide placed below.

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What is Browsing Protection?

Browsing Protection is a program for enhanced browser security, as it claims. However it is packed with adware. Browsing Protection consists of a set of software components installed as an application and extensions for web browser for enhancing user’s experience. Though, it is quite annoying to see this ads if you don’t need them, and this adware makes your system less robust and responsive than it should be just for displaying ads and coupons when you visit well-known web stores like Walmart, eBay, Amazone and like. Browsing Protection is often installed in a deceptive way along with other free programs, and it is better to be on alert while installing free programs than remove Browsing Protection and like programs later. Remember, that adware is automatically installed unless you disable it before installing a free program. Even if you want to try Browsing Protection or like adware program, always read firs Privacy Policy and decide if your security and privacy are not endangered by the program that is designed to spy on some of your activities.

Protection against deceptively installed adware:

Protect your computer with programs like SpyHunter that can trace installation process, warn you on threats, and remove malware on your demand. Otherwise, you need to pay attention to EULAs and check boxes placed in setup wizard and download clients related to a free program that you download. It helps you to notice additional programs bundled to the one you get. Always use “custom”, or “advanced”, installation option instead of “typical”, or “normal” or “quick” because these options often hide adware programs from your view.

 

Browsing Protection Adware Removal Tool

Browsing Protection Removal Tool is a part of SpyHunter that easily remove Browsing Protection and other malicious programs found on your computer. It detects all malicious elements and tracking cookies related to Browsing Protection malware. Free scanner shows you all the details and helps to delete Browsing Protection components manually if you want. This software is timely updated and offers a free professional support for removing mutating viruses. It helps to remove stubborn PUP (potentially unwanted programs) and spyware, protects DNS connection, your web browsers, ActiveX components, and other system elements form malware infection. SpyHunter helps to guard your computer against Browsing Protection and other threats. It protects your security and privacy.

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Remove Browsing Protection Ads Manually

You need to uninstall Browsing Protection application using “Add/Remove programs” utility. Then, you need to remove web browser add-on components that belong to Browsing Protection adware.

Use the following guide for manual removal, or scan your computer with anti-malware for removing other malicious programs from your infected computer.

 

Uninstall Browsing Protection on Windows 8

  1. On Metro screen click on "Search" icon. Then, type "Remove Program" in the input box and click on "Uninstall a program" menu option.

  2. Access Uninstall from Metro on Windows 8

    Optional: If on a desktop, right click "Start" button (or the lower left corner) to open the "Quick Access Menu". Then find and click on "Programs and Features"

    Access Uninstall from Windows 8 Desktop

    Optional: Click on "Control Panel" option. Find and click "Uninstall a Program" link in the menu list placed under "Programs" menu option.

  3. Select "Browsing Protection" program and click "Uninstall" button at the top of the list.

  4. Uninstall Programs on Windows 8

 


Uninstall Browsing Protection on Windows 7, Vista

  1. Click on "Start" button at the bottom left corner of the desktop and select "Control Panel" option on the right

  2. Access Control Panel from Windows 7 Start Menu

  3. Click on "Programs and Features" menu option in the Control Panel

  4. Access Uninstall from Control Panel on Windows 7

  5. Search the program list and highlight Browsing Protection program. Then, click "Uninstall" button and confirm program removal.

  6. Uninstall Programs on Windows 7

 


Uninstall Browsing Protection on Windows XP

Uninstalling Browsing Protection from Windows XP is very similar to one shown above. There are minor differences in a process:

  1. Click on "Start" button at the bottom left corner of the desktop.
  2. Select "Control Panel" in the menu on the right
  3. Find and double-click "Add/Remove Programs" list item in the Control Panel
  4. Search the program list and click on Browsing Protection program. Then, click "Remove" button.

 


Remove Browsing Protection from Chrome

Remove Browsing Protection extensions from Google Chrome

  1. Start Google Chrome and click on Menu icon in the top-right corner. Select Settings in the drop down list.

  2. Access Chrome Settings from Chrome Menu

  3. Click on Extensions on the left to display installed Chrome extensions. Find Browsing Protection extension and click on "Remove from Chrome" icon.

  4. Remove Chrome Extension

  5. Restart your browser.


Remove Browsing Protection from Firefox

Remove Browsing Protection add-on from Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox and click Menu icon at the top-right corner. Click on Add-ons icon.

  2. Access Add-ons from Firefox Menu

  3. Select Extensions on the sidebar. Find Browsing Protection add-on. Right-click it, and then click Remove button.

  4. Remove Add-on from Firefox

  5. Restart Firefox to complete the removal.


Remove Browsing Protection from Internet Explorer

Remove Browsing Protection extensions from Internet Explorer

  1. Start Internet Explorer click Tools icon in the top-right corner.
  2. Click on Manage add-ons option.

  3. Access Add-ons from Internet Explorer Menu

  4. Select Toolbars and Extensions tab on left, right-click on Browsing Protection, and then click Disable option.

  5. Remove Extensions from Internet Explorer

  6. Restart your web browser.

Note: I hope you done by now, and Browsing Protection are gone. However, other malware and adware programs might be present on your computer. If you still see ads displayed by other malicious program, then try to use Browsing Protection Removal Tool that can remove all malicious programs and protect your computer against future infections.

 

Remove Browsing Protection Adware Infection Completely

Browsing Protection adware might be spread in a bundle with other like programs and it might be also used by cyber criminals for spying on you and exploiting your computer as a bot for illegal internet scams. After you remove Browsing Protection you need to run full anti-virus scan with an updated version of your antivirus and rescan your system with anti-spyware program like SpyHunter. This anti-malware software comes with a free scanner, and you can use scan results as a reference for manual malware removal, or opt for an automated one.

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