A browser hijacker is the perpetror of the pop-up windows displayed by I-stone.org that welcome users to update their FLV Players because they are out-of-date. The pop-up messages by the I-stone.org browser hijacker may feature the text 'Your Flv Player Version is outdated, have Security Risks, Please Update.' Computer experts note that FLV stands for Flash Video, and FLV files are rendered by the Adobe Flash Player and can be played with video players like Media Player Classic when they are saved on the hard drive. Inexperienced Web surfers are targeted by the I-stone.org browser hijacker that may download and install potentially harmful programs on your computer under the pretense of installing the so-called FLV Player that you do not need to watch videos online. All modern browsers provide FLV support, and you should not substitute the Adobe Flash Player with badware such as the FLV Player.
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