Threat Database Adware '' Pop-Ups

'' Pop-Ups

By GoldSparrow in Adware

The '' pop-up messages that users have trouble closing and believe they are caused by a cyber threat on their computers are right. An adware application on your PC might be using an executable DLL to present you with the content of and advertise technical support services on the 888-577-4494 phone number. You might have installed the adware related to when you installed a free software package with the 'Typical' or 'Express' option. The message on may say that pop-ups are enabled on your computer, but you should not associate that with a cyber threat because it is a normal function of your Web browser. However, the adware linked to might use JavaScript to show messages from continuously and obstruct users from opening a new tab and bookmarked addresses. Additionally, you should not call 888-577-4494 because you will not contact legitimate Microsoft technical support agents and may be offered to install rogue security tools like AlfaAntivirus and Windows 7 Defender 2013. The fake technical support agents on 888-577-4494 may want you to grant them remote access to your PC. Needless to say, it is a very bad idea to do so, because you may lose your data and be blackmailed to pay more than $500 for your PC to be repaired and recover your files. The adware linked to may execute its activities every time you open Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, and run as a startup program when you turn on your computer. You need to use a credible anti-spyware tool to purge the adware and avoid security problems.


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