The Best Offers In The Web Virus

The Best Offers In The Web

The Best Offers In The Web is an extension for Chrome, Firefox, and Edge that aggressively forces your browser to open different sites and to redirect your searches. The Best Offers In The Web will replace the address of your homepage and install a new search engine tool that will become your browser’s default one.

The Best Offers In The Web
The Virus will redirect your searches

Getting such an app installed in the browser can be a very frustrating experience because you won’t be able to surf the Internet and to navigate through the different sites you want to visit without constantly getting sent to pages you don’t want to visit and showered with obnoxious advertisements that will cover large central parts of your screen. All of this could lead some users to conclude that their systems have been attacked by Trojans, Worms, or even Ransomware. If you are concerned that this may be the case with your computer, know that the page redirects, the aggressive ads, and the unwelcome changes in your browser are not the result of a virus that has attacked your computer.

The Thebestoffersintheweb Virus

The Thebestoffersintheweb virus is a browser hijacker and this means that the main job of this app is advertising-oriented. The goal of the Thebestoffersintheweb virus is to turn your browser into a platform for its ads and to get you to click on those ads and to visit the sites that they are linked to. Since those ads are paid, every click on them and every visit to the sites to which they are connected translates into a small amount of income earned by the developers of the hijacker.

These remuneration models are known as Pay-Per-Click and Pay-Per-View and they are very common among the online advertisers. Whole software categories such as browser hijackers or adware are created based on these remuneration models. However, aside from spamming the screen with ads and changing different parts of the browser in order to further push their advertising agenda, there is not much other functionality in apps like The Best Offers In The Web. For the most part, they will simply nag you with their attempt to get you to interact with more advertisements without really benefiting you in any way. This is one of the main reasons why most people regard them as unwanted software and want to get them uninstalled the moment they notice their presence in the browser.

Why you need to be careful around browser hijackers

The app that is currently tampering with the settings of your browser is not a virus, a Trojan, spyware, or a malicious Ransomware file-encrypting virus. As we said, the goal of The Best Offers In The Web, and browser hijackers in general, isn’t to cause harm to your system. The problem is, however, that their ads could be coming from all kinds of sites, not all of which are safe. Websites that offer low-quality products, pages hosted by scammers that contain phishing elements, and even ones that spread malware are all dangers you can get exposed to if you accidentally interact with the wrong advert. That is why it is highly advisable to never allow any type of hijacker or other unwanted software to be attached to your browser. If you have The Best Offers In The Web at the moment, the removal guide on this page will help you with its uninstallation and allow you to remove its elements from your browser.


NameThe Best Offers In The Web
Type Browser Hijacker
Detection Tool

Remove The Best Offers In The Web 

In certain cases, it may be possible to remove The Best Offers In The Web quickly, without the need to fllow some long and detailed instructions. Thats why, before you scroll down to the removal guide below,  we suggest you to first try this:

  1. Depending on the web browser that you are using, go to its settings and choose the More Tools (or Add-ons) option.
  2. After that, selet the Extensions tab.
  3. Once you open the Extensions tab, take a good look of the list of extensions and specifically look for the The Best Offers In The Web extension, (as well as any other unfamiliar extensions that you can’t remember installing).
  4. After you detect the unwanted extension, remove it by clicking on the Thrash Bin icon which is found next to its name.
  5. Confirm the action to really eliminate The Best Offers In The Web and any other questionable or suspicious-looking extensions.

If, after completing these quick steps, the issues related to The Best Offers In The Web presist, or the software doesn’t want to get removed, then you need to follow the instructions described in the manual removal guide below.

If you have a Windows virus, continue with the guide below.

If you have a Mac virus, please use our How to remove Ads on Mac guide.

If you have an Android virus, please use our Android Malware Removal guide.

If you have an iPhone virus, please use our iPhone Virus Removal guide


Warning! There are steps in this guide that may require you to exit your browser. That’s why, before proceeding with the instructions, we advise you to Bookmark this removal guide, so you can refer back to it later and continue the removal process of The Best Offers In The Web smoothly.


After you Bookmark this page, make sure you Reboot your computer in Safe Mode (click the active link for detailed instructions). This will enable you to run only system essential processes and leave behind any additional processes that may interfere with the removal of The Best Offers In The Web.



Now, let’s move to the actual removal steps. For that, start by opening the Task Manager on your computer (CTRL + SHIFT + ESC key combination). For users using Win 8 and 10, this is the “Details” Tab. Once the dialog box opens, click on the Processes tab. In the list that is shown, you will see all the processes that are currently running on your machine. Take a careful look of the list and try to figure out which processes are  related to The Best Offers In The Web or could be dangerous. 


When you detect such a process, you need to right-click on it individually and select the “Open File Location” option.

After you open the file locatin folder, terminate the related process that is infected (In the Task Manager, right-click on it and choose End Process) and delete its folder along with all the files that are contained.

Attention! Some of the processes listed in the Process tab are essential for the normal operation of the OS. Therefore, before deleting them, make sure you google their names in order to prevent an involuntary removal of critical OS-related items.

If you have found something that you belive is part of the infection, don’t leave it on the system. Instead, use a professional scanner to check it and then delete it. Keep in mind though, that in some rare cases, even the best scanners may fail to detect all infections, thus, you may still need to manually remove the suspicious files you are certain that they are malicious.


In the next step, you will have to enter the Control Panel of your computer and uninstall questionable entries found in it.

The quickest way to open the Panel is to use the Start Key and R key combination from your keyboard. When you press the keys simultaniously, a Run dialog will open.

In the empty text filed, type  appwiz.cpl and confirm the command by clicking on the OK button.


You should now get inside the Control Panel and carefully look for entries that look suspicious or unfamiliar. If you detect any, uninstall them.

Next, open again the Run dialog (as shown above) and type msconfig in the empty text field, then hit enter. A System Configuration window that looks like this will appear:


On that window, tap on the Startup tab to see the list of entries that run with the start up of your system. From that list, make sure that you Uncheck the checkmark before all the entries that might be related to The Best Offers In The Web or have an “Unknown” Manufacturer or seem unwanted or suspicious.

Click Ok/Apply to confrim the action.

Next, you need to open your Hosts file to check if it has been hacked or not.

To do that, use the Start Key and R key combination from your keyboard to open the Run dialog.

Once the Run dialog pops up, copy and paste the following in the empty text filed and click OK to run the command:

notepad %windir%/system32/Drivers/etc/hosts

This will open the Hosts file on your computer. Take a careful look at it and pay attention to the Localhost section. Normally, there should be nothing written under this section. In case that you have been hacked, however, you will notice a lot of unfamiliar IP addresses under Localhost just as it is shown on the image below.

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In the event that you see some strange IPs below “Localhost”  in your Hosts file, please, write to us in the comments section below this article so we can advise you whether to delet them or not.

Next, open the start menu and search for Network Connections (For Windows 10 click the Windows button and write Network Connections), then hit the Enter.

  1. Select the Network Adapter you are using and Right-click on it. (step 1 from the images below)
  2. Select Properties and navigate to Internet Protocol Version 4 (ICP/IP) (step 2 from the images below)
  3. Then, click  Properties.
  4. There should be a selection on Obtain DNS server automatically.  (step 3 from the images below) If it is not set, select it yourself.
  5. Next, click on the Advanced option
  6. In the dialog that opens, go tothe DNS tab. (step 4 from the images below) Remove everything here (if there is something) and click OK to confirm.


The instructions in the fifth step are important to prevent The Best Offers In The Web from reappearing on your system after a reboot. Thats why, make sure you complete them so that the threat will be gone from all your browsers.

NOTE: In the instructions below, we are demonstrating the steps in Google Chrome, but you should do this for any other browser that you are using, including Firefox and IE (or Edge).

Right click on the shortcut icon of your browser and select Properties.


Then, in the Properties dialog to go the Shortcut tab.  Where it says Target, remove everything that is added after .exe. just as it is shown on the image below:

Browser Hijacker Removal Instructions

ie9-10_512x512  Remove The Best Offers In The Web from Internet Explorer:

For Internet Explorer, open the browser and select the settings icon( IE GEAR ). Then, from the menu that opens go to Manage Add-ons.

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Find the threat from the Add ons list and Disable it.

Next, go back to the Settings icon IE GEAR but this time select Internet Options. If the URL there has been hijacked,  change it to whatever you use and select Apply to confirm the change.

firefox-512 Remove The Best Offers In The Web from Firefox:

For Mozilla Firefox, start by opening the browser and clicking on the menu icon ( mozilla menu).

Then, navigate to Add-ons and from the menu that is on the left select Extensions.

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chrome-logo-transparent-backgroundRemove The Best Offers In The Web from Chrome:

For that you need to first shut down the Chrome browser if it is open and manually navigate to the following directory on your computer:

 C:/Users/!!!!USER NAME!!!!/AppData/Local/Google/Chrome/User Data. There you will find a Folder called “Default” as it is shown below:

Rename the Folder to Backup Default

Once you locate this folder, rename it to Backup Default. After that, restart Chrome.


In the final step you will need to deal with the Registry Editor and delete some directories that could be related to the unwanted software.

For that, you should start by opening the Registry Editor (type Regedit in the windows search field and hit the Enter button from your keyboard).

Once you are inside the Editor, press CTRL and F keys from the keyboard together and type the threat’s Name (In your case, this should be The Best Offers In The Web). If you find any entries with a similar name, delete them as well by right-clicking on them.

To ensure that you have removed all the possible traces of the infection, go manually to these directories and delete/uninstall them:

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER>Software>Random Directory. 
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER>Software>Microsoft>Internet Explorer>Main>Random

Don’t hesitate to ask us in the comments if you can’t discern which directory is malicious.


About the author


Brandon Skies

Brandon is a researcher and content creator in the fields of cyber-security and virtual privacy. Years of experience enable him to provide readers with important information and adequate solutions for the latest software and malware problems.


  • Hello, there are some weird name below my local host but the ip is my local host such as
    My ip
    My ip
    My ip
    My ip
    My ip
    My ip
    My ip

    What should i do and im not sure which one in task manager should i end the process and delete the folder

    Thanks for your help

    • Hi Novi,
      just delete these entries that you mentioned. If one of these is in the task manager you are talking about, i think is fine to delete it. But the guide is pretty thorough so go through it all step by step.

  • Hello, there are a lot of IP addresses below my local host too.
    should i delete them all? there are more than 100…
    thanks for your help,

  • thanku sooo much this help me a lot when i play games or work the browser opens and thebestofferwithintheweb tab opens thanku sooo much for helping me u guys are the best

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