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What is RandomDealApp?

An advertising supported program called RandomDealApp emerged quite recently. The software does not differ from other similar applications which means that it is just as annoying and dangerous. The adware infiltrates all you favorite browsers (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox) and immediately starts showing multiple advertisements in every window users open. While everyone notice that the the ads are very irritating, not many realize that they may also be very risky. If you see ads from RandomDealApp in you PC, we advise to delete RandomDealApp.

 

What does RandomDealApp do?

RandomDealApp acts like any other adware. The program enters your computer and starts showing numerous ads in all windows. Sometimes the ads are so annoying and intrusive that normal browsing becomes impossible. The constant flow of pop-ups, banners, coupons, discounts, etc. is not only extremely annoying, but also quite dangerous. The problem is that the application is not liable for any damage done to your system by the sponsored third parties and thus does not check them. As a result, you will never know who owns the page you will be directed to after you click one of the ads. This means that you can easily enter a website controlled by cyber criminals and get infected malware. A direct encounter with the malicious third parties can seriously damage your PC.

 

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Of course, the adware itself also collects some of your data. The software follows you Internet activities and learns you habits. It tracks such data like geographical location, latest search queries, browsing history, clicks, favorite pages, and so on. The gathered knowledge is mostly used to make the ads more attractive, however it is also shared with the third parties, which, as we already explained, are unreliable. The idea that anyone can access your data is certainly unwelcoming and we advise to terminate RandomDealApp.

If you are wondering how the application slithered into your system unnoticed, remember the last time you acquired freeware from unofficial page. We recommend to use only the offcial sources, however, if you do not plan to change your habits, at least pay more attention to the installation procedure. Follow every step of the installation wizard and read the entire End User License Agreement. Since the additional programs are usually disclosed in this document, careful perusal should ensure that you notice and deselect the undesirable software before it can enter your system.

How to remove RandomDealApp?

You can delete RandomDealApp manually or automatically. For manual RandomDealApp removal our researchers prepared step-by-step instructions which you will find under this article. If you want to get rid of RandomDealApp automatically, you will need to buy a reputable computer security software and use it to clean your PC. Either way do not postpone RandomDealApp removal any longer.

Delete RandomDealApp

Windows 8

  1. Move to the bottom right corner of your desktop.
  2. Open Settings.
  3. Click Control Panel.
  4. Choose Uninstall a program.
  5. Uninstall RandomDealApp.

Windows XP

  1. Tap Start button on the Taskbar.
  2. Choose Control Panel.
  3. Go to Add or Remove programs.
  4. Erase RandomDealApp.

Windows Vista and Windows 7

  1. Open Start menu.
  2. Press Control Panel.
  3. Select Uninstall a program.
  4. Uninstall RandomDealApp from your PC.

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Comments

  • Paul

    none of the anti malware programs is able to remove the stamplive adware from my computer. I’m afraid the only solution will be to go back to factory settings.

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  • Les

    I had price minus ads popping up often in all webpages.It was driving me nuts.! I removed an extension from my browser (Firefox). I started deleting the extensions that I knew were not vital. And no more popups! I do have a couple of malware programs, and they too failed to remove these ads. But removing the extensions from Firefox + the add-ons section its what did the trick! I also did the same thing to google chrome browser, I deleted some add-ons, and extensions as well.

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