Security experts warn users who are presented with pop-ups by not to click on the provided content because you might be exposed to a cyber attack. An adware on your computer is responsible for the pop-ups in your web browser. The adware may suggest you to install an update to software on your PC like Java, Adobe Flash Player and Windows Media Player that are used widely. However, you should not download the software on and click on links placed on pop-up windows by Security experts note that the IP address of is recognized as a source of severe cyber threats like YahLover and Vobfus. The threats mentioned before are used by cyber criminals to compromise computer systems and send spam emails via IM clients on infected computers. You may notice that the pop-ups in your web browser may launch an automated download of a program, and you are strongly advised against installing apps from Security experts underline that the adware associated with may use JavaScript and ActionScript to instruct your browser to download the payload of a cyber threat automatically. Adware may have entered your OS when you handled a freeware bundle via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option and may place its files in the temp folder to evade detection. As stated above, the pop-ups might expose you to cyber threats, and you might want to install a reputable anti-malware solution that can purge adware binaries from your system and prevent security breaches connected to

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