'The Video Player Out Of Date' Pop-Up

'The Video Player Out Of Date' Pop-Up Description

'The Video Player Out Of Date' is a fraudulent pop-up notification that may be used by cybercrooks to install a variety of PUPs (potentially unwanted programs) and adware threats on a computer system. 'The Video Player Out Of Date' Pop-Up may also mean that the computer has been already contaminated with PC infections such as adware or potentially unwanted programs. The phony 'The Video Player Out Of Date' Pop-Up may urge a PC user to download and install the latest version of a Flash Player. If a computer user decides to download and install the said program by clicking the button in the bogus 'The Video Player Out Of Date' Pop-Up notification, he may unknowingly permit to download and install more computer threats to the PC. The fictitious 'The Video Player Out Of Date' Pop-Up message may emerge on popular Web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer and other well-known Web browsers.

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