Threat Database Adware FlashMail Ads

FlashMail Ads

By GoldSparrow in Adware

If you are noticing the appearance of advertisements labeled 'Ads by FlashMail' or 'Brought to you by FlashMail,' this is a clear signal that an adware has entered your computer. FlashMail is advertised as been able to provide online shoppers with deals, offers. and coupons that will aid them to save time and money. However, since its main objective is to display sponsored advertisements, the users that are trying to take advantage of the FlashMail promises may end up very annoyed by the large amount of advertisements FlashMail displays. Some of these advertisements may even not be related to their search queries. Additionally, some of them, if clicked, may conduct the online shopper to unsafe websites. These advertisements may appear on e-commerce websites such as Amazon or eBay offering a very appealing price for the advertised products.

However, these offers may be fake; they are intended to draw your attention so that you will click on them and the developers of FlashMail will earn pay-per-clip fees. FlashMail may be attached to Web browsers as an add-on and may all the most favored web browsers, including Safari, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. FlashMail may be delivered to your computer by a free cost software to which FlashMail is bundled. This is why it security experts recommend PC users be very attentive when installing new software on their computers. You should handle the FlashMail adware with a reliable anti-malware utility that can delete its files securely.


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