What is Deeal?

The Deeal browser add-on promoted on the website should not be trusted because it installs a Trojan horse on some computers. This browser add-on is regarded as adware because it displays third-party advertisements; moreover, it installs Optimizer Pro and Bubble Dock, which are categorized as potentially unwanted programs and can be removed from the computer by a reputable spyware and malware removal tool.testtest 100% FREE spyware scan and
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How does the Deeal browser add-on work?

The Deeal browser add-on is a French program built using the BestToolbars engine and published by Kreapixel Inc. The program is compatible with Internet Explorer and Google Chrome, but Deeal pop-ups are displayed on Mozilla Firefox, too.

The so-called adware program works on multiple famous websites, including Amazon, Pixmania, and Bear in mind that Deeal is not liable for the offers provided to you because they are owned by third-parties. The display of their pop-ups should not be interpreted as the endorsement of third-parties. Every website you access through Deeal is governed by its privacy policy and terms of use, which are not monitored by Deeal. You interact with those coupons, ads, and various pop-ups at your own risk, and we recommend that you remove the program as soon as you can.

The adware program may also monitor your online behavior; it may records your clicks, impressions, search terms, browsing history, and other information that could be used to produce new targeted advertisements, based on your browsing behavior, and to enhance the quality of the service.

It is known that there is Crossrider version of Deeal. The browser add-on has several versions; hence, the name of the browser plug-in may vary, and the different versions include Deeal_fr 0.2, Deel_fr, Deeal_uk, etc. This adware program does not install any additional program and is removed as PUP.Crossrider by our recommended security tool SpyHunter.

As for the malicious program installed by the BestToolbars adware program, the name of the Trojan horse always consists of 7 random letters, for example, ~pcwdjeq.exe.  When you uninstall the adware program, the infection remains on the computer. In order to remove the threat, you have to stop the process of the threats and remove the randomly generated name file of the Trojan from certain folders. In Windows XP, you have to remove the malicious files from the %AppData% directory and the folder which you can access by following the path %USERPROFILE%\\Local Settings\\Application Data\\Microsoft\\WinU. In Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Window 8.1, access %AppData% and %LOCALAPPDATA%\\Microsoft\\WinU. Having removed the Trojan horses and the adware program, you should scan the computer to make sure that the computer contains no malicious files.

How to remove Deeal?

If you want to be safe on the Internet, you should use a reputable spyware and malware prevention tool. Our team at recommends using SpyHunter because this real-time security tool can remove Deeal from the computer and easily fight off Trojan horses, fake security programs, browser hijackers, adware programs, and many other computer threats.

In case you want to remove Deeal browser add-on manually, use the below given instructions and scan the computer afterwards.

How to uninstall Deeal

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Open the Start menu.
  2. Click Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program.
  4. Remove Deeal.

Windows XP

  1. Click Start.
  2. Select Control Panel.
  3. Click Add or Remove Programs.
  4. Uninstall the unwanted adware program.

Windows 8

  1. Move the mouse pointer to the bottom-left corner of the screen.
  2. Right-click.
  3. Select Control Panel.
  4. Click Uninstall a program.
  5. Remove Deeal. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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