'One Question Site Survey' Message Description
The 'One Question Site Survey' Message is a symptom of a Potentially Unwanted Program infection. PC security analysts have observed complaints involving the 'One Question Site Survey' Message appearing in a pop-up window. The main problem is that this message may appear on websites that do not contain these types of pop-ups. If your Web browser is displaying the 'One Question Site Survey' Message, this may mean that your Web browser has been affected by a PUP. PC security analysts recommend removing all PUPs associated with the 'One Question Site Survey' Message immediately with the help of a fully up-to-date malware remover.
Why is the 'One Question Site Survey' Message Displayed?
The 'One Question Site Survey' Message may invite the affected computer user to fill out an online survey, often disclosing personal data or information that would be worth to marketers and advertisers. There are several issues related to the 'One Question Site Survey' Message, including the following:
- The 'One Question Site Survey' Message may appear without warning and may interrupt the computer users' online activities.
- The 'One Question Site Survey' Message may be difficult to close permanently, reappearing constantly.
- The 'One Question Site Survey' Message may be related to other annoying pop-ups and online advertisements, and may not appear alone. If a Web browser is displaying the 'One Question Site Survey' Message, it is highly likely that it will display other types of pop-up advertisements and similar unwanted content.
- Data gathered by the 'One Question Site Survey' Message may be used by marketers and advertisers to intrude on your browsing data and deliver targeted advertisements to your computer.
What may Cause the Appearance of the 'One Question Site Survey' Message
If the 'One Question Site Survey' Message is appearing on your computer, this may not be due to the website you are visiting but to a component that was installed on your computer automatically. These components may be Web browser toolbars, plug-ins or extensions and, without being threatening, may cause a wide variety of problems. The most common way in which PUPs are installed on a computer is by bundling them with free software. When the affected computer user tries to install the new software, the PUP is installed as well. PUPs associated with the 'One Question Site Survey' Message may be known for the following symptoms:
- PUPs linked to the 'One Question Site Survey' Message may display numerous pop-up messages on the affected Web browser, including the 'One Question Site Survey' Message itself as well as pop-up advertisements, offers to update software or fake deals, coupon and discounts.
- PUPs linked to the 'One Question Site Survey' Message may make changes to the affected Web browser, including changing its default search engine, homepage and other settings.
- The 'One Question Site Survey' Message and other irritating advertisements inserted into websites viewed on the affected Web browser may affect the computer's performance and Web browser speed, causing it to slow down, take longer than normal to load Web pages or crash frequently.
Dealing with the 'One Question Site Survey' Message
If your Web browser is displaying the 'One Question Site Survey' Message when you visit certain websites, it is necessary to remove the underlying PUP from your computer. You should use a security application. You can also remove these types of PUPs manually. The manual method involves uninstalling any recently installed software and Web browser extensions, removing unwanted Registry entries and restoring any altered Web browser settings manually. Since PUPs may pose an indirect security risk, it is a wise measure to analyze your computer with a reliable security application.
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