Hybrid Browser is an adware or potentially unwanted program that is known to be ad-driven. It injects various advertising module to the context of a web browser when code of this adware is installed. Typically, Hybrid Browser will get installed as browser add-on or extension. It starts as browser helper object (BHO) so it doesn’t need manual initialization.
There are various variants of Hybrid Browser. In fact, each is just a reproduction with obvious changes on title. People behind the adware make each version unique by publishing distinctive web sites showing its own slogan.
About Hybrid Browser (from hybridbrowser.com)
Hybrid Browser is an all-in-one internet application suite, designed to enhance your browsing experience we have added a number of key features that will enrich your everyday searching. We believe in user security and privacy and that’s why Hybrid browser has a built in proxy and antivirus to help protect your privacy and security. Not only do we keep you safe we also reward you the more searches you make the more credits you earn these credits can be cashed it for vouchers at leading online stores.
Shareware or freeware are used to deploy Hybrid Browser and other similar adware. It is installed together with promoted programs that can be in the form of media player, games, or tools. It doesn’t matter where you may obtain the software. Popular sites, normal web pages, and even unknown location may carry software bundled with Hybrid Browser. Scheme known as pay-per-install were used to display this adware, thus software developers likely earn by embedding Hybrid Browser onto their free programs.
Following the successful installation of Hybrid Browser are excessive pop-up ads. It may show banner ads, sidebar ads, and inline text ads which as all injected on browser’s context. In addition, Hybrid Browser consistently monitors web browsing activity on the computer which may later lead to identity theft. It records web sites you visits, keywords used during search, and any sensitive data like user name, IP address, and hardware data.