Threat Database Adware '' Pop-Ups

'' Pop-Ups

By GoldSparrow in Adware

Security authorities warn users that the domain is not trusted and hosts a bogus BSOD error message that is presented as a pop-up window on PCs infected with adware. The pop-up windows may feature technical information and mention errors like 0xc9d57428, 0x0000f1d3, 0xb23fcc65 and 0x00000050. Computer users may be suggested that the websites is taken down to prevent damage to their computers and should not trust these types of messages. As stated above, most activities related to are executed by adware being spread among users to promote fake technical support services. The adware linked to may be spread via free software bundles predominantly because most users prefer the 'Express' or 'Typical' option of installers. The pop-up messages should not be trusted, and users are strongly advised against calling the numbers listed on Moreover, pop-ups may induce users into clicking on the word 'continue' to leave and users may be redirected to harmful domains. The pop-up messages may urge users to install fake security tools like Advanced PC Shield 2012 and Windows Troubles Solver to stop experiencing pop-ups by Needless to say, you are not advised to install the programs mentioned above, because you risk spending money on non-existing protection and losing data due disabled Windows Firewall. The adware linked to can be deleted by a reputable anti-malware solution that can provide users with protection against similar threats.


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