Threat Database Adware '' Pop-Ups

'' Pop-Ups

By GoldSparrow in Adware

The ‘’ pop-ups may use the design of the legitimate Java software installer, but the is not trusted. The pop-up windows are generated by adware on your computer that aims to generate revenue for its developers by inviting users to install fake Java updates. The Java updates offered on the pop-up windows may contain software like ErrorEasy and Repair Registry 2008. Security researchers note that the adware is cleverly designed and may open your browser with loaded every time your start your computer. The pop-up windows may look like Java installers, but they are not, and you are not advised to click the OK button on the fade-in message on The update package on may contain programs that could harm your computer and hijack your system resources for doing cloud computing that adware developers would benefit from. The adware linked to that is urging you to install the aforementioned fake Java update may appear as a browser plug-in. Adware-powered plug-ins are delivered to users via free software installers that users do not handle with the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option as they should. Adware applications should not be tolerated because they slow down systems and may redirect users to untrusted domains such as and Computer users that are presented with pop-ups by should heed the advice of security researchers and take action to eliminate adware. You should use a credible anti-spyware instrument to find and remove the adware associated with and avoid security issues.


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