What is Big-Bonus?
What do you know about Big-Bonus? You must not know much if you have installed this program onto your own operating system and web browsers. This suspicious app is known as an unreliable ad-supported program, and it has two tasks: spy on you and introduce you to unpredictable third-party ads. Was this program installed onto your operating system without permission? Although highly unlikely, illicit infiltration should be the greatest motive to get rid of this adware. According to our research at the Anti-Spyware-101.com internal lab, users usually install the suspicious, ad-supported program eagerly because they believe that it can help compare “deals, discounts, and promotions” associated with online shopping sites. Does this program work? If it did, we would not discuss the removal of Big-Bonus.
How does Big-Bonus act?
Big-Bonus is identical to DelightfulDeals, NiceAndFun, HaggleDazzle, and other ad-supported programs that were developed using Justplugit and spread by Installrex or some other untrustworthy third-party installer. The official website representing this strange adware, bigbonus.net, does not offer an installer. Is it strange that the source that should represent the official installer is useless? It sure is. Third-party sources promoting this adware could easily introduce it along with much more malicious programs, for example, Websearch family hijackers. We do not want to downplay the importance of adware, but you must keep in mind that you might have to remove other malicious and dangerous infections after you get rid it. Most users have trouble identifying malware, which is not surprising, considering that most malicious threats use clever disguises to appear harmless and beneficial. Install a malware scanner (click the Download button), and you will know which threats are active on your PC.
According to our research, Big-Bonus can spy on its victims. This unreliable ad-supported program uses tracking cookies to record information about you and your virtual activity. This information can be used to select or create more attractive offers. If you are introduced to attractive offers, you are more likely to interact with them, which means that the creator of Big-Bonus will receive a commission. Unfortunately, this creator might promote misleading offers created by unfamiliar, undisclosed parties, which means that clicking on ads shown to you can be very dangerous. If you do not want to be scammed, it is best that you stay away from suspicious advertisements.
How to delete Big-Bonus
Big-Bonus it is a big threat instead of being a big help, and the quicker you remove it from Windows, the better. If this adware has taken over your Internet Explorer browser, make sure you uninstall the unwanted program, and if it has corrupted Chrome and Mozilla Firefox browsers, get rid of add-ons. If you are new to all this, the removal guide below will make things clearer. Alternatively, you can use an automated malware remover, and we believe that this is your best option. With the help of this tool, you can get rid of all programs and ensure reliable Windows protection all at the same time!
- Click Start menu button on the Taskbar and click Control Panel.
- Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
- Select the undesirable application and select the Remove option.
Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10:
- Tap Win+R on your keyboard to launch RUN and enter Control Panel.
- Under Programs select Uninstall a program.
- Right-click the app you want to delete and choose Uninstall.
- Launch Chrome, tap Alt+F, go to More tools, and choose Extensions.
- Click the recycle bin and select Remove.
- Launch Firefox, tap Alt+T, and choose Add-ons.
- Move to Extensions and Remove/Disable the unwanted extension.
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