Threat Database Adware Pop-Ups Pop-Ups

By GoldSparrow in Adware

Security experts warn users not to install the updates to Adobe Flash Player promoted on the domain because they are not legitimate and might contain harmful code. The domain that is registered at the IP address is related to cyber threats like Gamarue and Jenxcus that are designed to take over the control of the computers they managed to install on. The pop-up windows in your Internet client are generated by adware on your system that may summon you to install software like TornPlusTV and Protector to earn pay-per-install revenue for its creators. Adware may be dispersed among computer users bundled with free program setup files predominantly. You should keep that in mind and prefer to use the 'Advanced' or 'Custom' option of installers to avoid installing Potentially Unwanted Programs (PUPs) and adware linked to The adware mentioned above may use a browser plug-in to affect Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, and may change your default start page. is recognized as a phishing page and may feature a modified logo of the Adobe Flash Player to welcome users to install the proposed update. Needless to say, the code promoted on may allow third parties to penetrate your defenses and should not be introduced in your system. You may want to use a renowned anti-spyware tool to purge the adware and avoid security problems.


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