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DealRecovery.com is the main website for software that presents itself as useful. The software is promoted as a one-click backup service and upon installing it, your browsers will be hijacked. The hijacker will switch the search engine, new tab setting and start page of your browser applications. You will get redirected from your searches and see sponsored content and advertisements. To remove the software and its redirect you should read the article carefully.

Threat Summary

NameDealRecovery
TypeBrowser Hijacker, PUP
Short DescriptionBrowser applications on your computer might be affected. The hijacker can redirect you and show you advertisements.
SymptomsBrowser settings which can be altered are the homepage, the search engine and the new tab. An extension could be adde, too.
Distribution MethodFreeware Installations, Bundled Packages
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DealRecovery.com – How Did I Get It?

DealRecovery.com can be spread using several different methods. One of these methods is through third-party installations of bundle programs and freeware. Those installations might be set by default to get extra components onto your PC without notice. Before you figure that out, the hijacker could have altered lots of settings. Preventing such components from getting inside your machine is doable. You just have to find Custom or Advanced settings from where to deselect unneeded things.

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As you can see from the above picture, the main site of this software – DealRecovery.com offers a direct download link for it. That may be the main way for distribution. Other methods might use a related extension, plug-in or an add-on, injected in your browser applications. Another distribution method might involve advertisements, such as banners or pop-ups. The hijacker redirect might be spread with redirect links displayed on other websites. These websites may be partners of DealRecovery.com. The following browsers could be affected: Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari and Mozilla Firefox.

DealRecovery.com – What Is It?

DealRecovery.com is the main domain for a supposedly useful software. The software is presented as a one-click recovery software providing cloud backups. But once it is installed on your computer, you will see the Start.DealRecovery.com page.

In the screenshot shown below you can check that page:

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The Start.DealRecovery.com page is composed of a plain white picture as a background, a clock logo with a search bar below it, and a couple of links to the Privacy Policy and End User License Agreement of the company that developed it. That exact page will replace your browsers’ start page, search engine, and new tab of any browsers you have on your personal computer.

In the picture displayed below this paragraph, you can see an example page showing the search results of DealRecovery.com. Of course, you will get redirected to a reputable search engine’s results. In this case, it is the results of Google. From time to time, you may see sponsored content and advertisements which are generated by the unwanted software residing on your computer. All of your search queries will get filtered by the hijacker. In that way, information about you will be gathered and later sent to servers connected to the company developer.

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Be careful around the hijacker and any search results that you might end up on. There could be in-text links and additional redirects appearing on there. Some of the information, which is obtained by the site, is accumulated from cookies, pixel tags, and such tracking technologies, as well. Do not provide personal details about you, especially in search queries. Continue reading to find out what information DealRecovery.com collects from you.

DealRecovery.com – Privacy Policy

The Privacy Policy of the DealRecovery.com site is right on the bottom of the main start page with the search bar. If you read it, you will gain some insight about how your privacy is intruded. According to the policy, personally and non-personally identifying information can be collected.

Any information which is collected from you can be sent to third party affiliates and partners of the DealRecovery.com service.

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The following information can be gathered if you use the services of DealRecovery:

Device-specific information
  • Your hardware model
  • Operating system version
  • Unique device identifiers
  • Mobile network information
  • Phone number
Log information
  • Details of how you used the service
  • Your search queries
  • Device event information
  • Crashes
  • System activity
  • Hardware settings
  • Browser type
  • Browser language
  • The date and time of your request
  • Referral URL
  • Unique application numbers

That log information will automatically get collected and stored in server logs of DealRecovery.com.

The Search DealDecovery software collected information:

  • Your operating system
  • Search DealDecovery Software version
  • Browser version
  • Connectivity
  • Information regarding your use and the configuration of the Software

The Policy of DealRecovery.com states openly that you automatically grant your approval for the collection of any information from you if you use a service related to the browser hijacker, plus their desktop application. Cookies, pixel tags, and similar technologies are used in the data collection, as well.

Remove DealRecovery Effectively

To remove DealRecovery.com manually from your computer, follow the step-by-step removal instructions provided below. In case the manual removal does not get rid of the hijacker and its files completely, you should search for and remove any leftovers with an advanced anti-malware tool. Such a program can keep your computer safe in the future.

Note! Your computer system may be affected by DealRecovery or other threats.
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To remove DealRecovery follow these steps:

1. Uninstall malicious programs from Windows
2. Clean your Browser and Registry from DealRecovery

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Berta Bilbao

Berta is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space. Her fascination with IT security began a few years ago when a malware locked her out of her own computer.

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