Adpopblocker.com has been observed to deliver intrusive ads promoting a dubious Ad blocker app for Google Chrome. In most part of cases, users do not intentionally land on Adpopblocker.com. Instead, they visit the website through forced redirects. If this happens only a few times, the culprit will most likely be a previously visited website. However, if the redirects reach abnormal levels, this might be a sign that there is an adware application lurking inside the user's computer system.
To address an occasional redirect issue, users might want to consider installing a reputable Adblocker application and not the one advertised through suspicious unsolicited advertisements. As for confirming if there is adware present on the system, the best method is to perform a scan with a legitimate anti-malware solution. Take the appropriate steps to address any unfamiliar applications that have been detected by the scan. Keep in mind that while most PUPs (Potentially Unwanted Programs) can be considered more as a nuisance than a legitimate threat, some do have data harvesting capabilities that can range from accessing browsing and search history to attempts to obtain sensitive banking details if such have been saved in the user's Web browser.