By GoldSparrow in Browser Hijackers

The Teebik.com pop-up is an irritating advertisement platform that is correlated with Potentially Unwanted Programs. Teebik.com advertisements may be irritating, interrupting computer users while they browse the Web. Although there are many types of advertisements associated with the Teebik.com platform, PC security analysts have recently associated Teebik.com with a variety of advertisements promoting a low quality online game known as League of Angels, an obvious cash-in on the popular League of Legends computer game. Teebik.com advertisements may present a threat to the computer users' security. At the very least, Teebik.com advertisements and symptoms associated with Teebik.com may make the affected computer difficult to use, providing a constant irritation and causing several performance issues.

What a Pop-Up Such as the One Displayed by Teebik.com may Cause to a PC

There are several issues related to Teebik.com advertisements and PUPs associated with Teebik.com. The following are common problems related to Teebik.com:

  • PUPs associated with Teebik.com may make unwanted changes to affected computers. Typically, these PUPs may change the affected Web browser's homepage and search engine to Teebik.com or to websites associated with this irritating advertisement platform.
  • PUPs associated with Teebik.com may display irritating pop-up advertisements from this platform or other messages that may interrupt the affected computer user's online activities.
  • PUPs linked to Teebik.com may cause system performance issues. PUPs associated with Teebik.com may cause the Web browsers to slow down, connect slowly to the Internet, freeze or crash frequently.
  • PC security analysts strongly advise computer users to avoid clicking on Teebik.com advertisements. Accepting these types of advertisements may result in redirects to questionable websites promoting known hoaxes, online surveys that may try to track data about computer users, or in the download of PUPs or even threats onto the affected computer.


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