'Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net' Pop-Ups

'Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net' Pop-Ups Description

The Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net domain is employed by adware developers that strive to earn pay-per-install revenue by promoting supposedly legitimate updates to the Java platform and the Adobe Flash Player. Users that install freeware via the 'Typical' or 'Express' option may install adware that shows pop-ups by in their web browser. If you are presented with pop-ups by Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net you should not trust them because the Java platform and the Adobe Flash Player have built-in update features and updates from other sources are not legitimate. Therefore, the Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net pop-ups in your web browser may suggest you to install harmful software. You should note that the IP address 62.210.93.163 of Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net is related to phishing websites that are used by cybercriminals to hijack user log-ins. Moreover, Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net can be connected to another adware responsible for pop-ups by Maintainpc.how2safeupdate.net that was used to deploy cyber threats. Security experts advise users affected by the Checkingfree.newsoft4free.net adware to clean their PCs with a renowned anti-malware application.

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