RevJet is a legitimate plugin classified as a PUP (potentially unwanted program) by security analysts because of the various marketing materials it displays as the user browses the web. RevJet is promoted as smart cloud-based installer that will suit all of the user’s needs. RevJet is added to the user’s web browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, etc.) together with other free software downloaded online. RevJet is not malicious by nature, but the browser plugin is known to introduce annoying advertisements in the web pages you visit and cause privacy-related issues. These disadvantages of the otherwise legitimate application are the reason malware experts recommend the removal of RevJet from your machine.
What Does RevJet Do?
Once active, RevJet displays numerous deals, coupons and offers in the websites you visit. The presented third-party advertisements may link you to potentially unsafe web pages and expose your system to security risks. The application itself assumes no responsibility for the content of the sites you get redirected to after you’ve clicked on the pop-ups it promotes.
RevJet may cause unpermitted browser settings changes and assign your Search engine, homepage and new tab page to certain websites filled with sponsored links and ads.
How Is RevJet Distributed?
The RevJet plugin is usually distributed to your computer bundled with other shareware and freeware applications, like PDF creators, media players, etc. Potentially unwanted programs and adware can infiltrate your system unnoticed because they are not properly disclosed in the installation process. If you want to keep track of the programs that enter your computer together with the software you intend to install, you have to select the Custom options and opt-out of any apps, add-ons and plugins you do not want on your PC.
RevJet Removal Manual
Security experts recommend removing RevJet manually or with a competent anti-malware tool. You can do so by following the steps in the removal manual below.
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