Adware on your system might present you with the pop-up window that promotes the 'VLC media player' and 'Media player classic' software. If the pop-up is not enough to notify you of an adware infection on your PC, then the typos in writing the app names should be the first marker that indicates possibly harmful software. 'VLC media player' and 'Media Player Classic Home Cinema' are the correct names of the renown video players and adware developers use the brands to spread potentially unwanted programs. Security analysts note that the software offered on the pop-up is categorized as potentially harmful. The adware that is using the domain may be instructed to promote other adware and PUPs. The adware may have entered your OS by tagging along with a free application installer that you handled via the 'Express' or 'Typical' option. Adware and other cyber threats can be safely removed by employing the services of a reputable anti-malware solution.

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