'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' Pop-Ups
The 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' pop-up messages on your screen may cause distress, but you should strive to remain calm. Security product vendors reveal that the 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' messages are used by adware developers to scare users into buying software like Antivirus Security Pro. The Antivirus Security Pro software is not a legitimate protection solution and is classified as a rogue anti-spyware program that you should not buy and install. One of the domains that are known to host the 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' messages is Down-with-load.com, and you should not interact with content from Down-with-load.com to avoid attacks from potentially harmful software. Computer users that favor free software may install a browser hijacker that is connected to Down-with-load.com and its clones.
Your Computer Is Being Tracked
Your browser, search history, any habits may be tracked in order to build a profile of you. We highly recommend you click 'disable' to prevent companies from tracking you further.'
Users may see a big blue button that is labeled 'DISABLE' under the text of the 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' pop-up window. Security experts do not recommend users to click the 'DISABLE' button because they may begin downloading badware and be redirected to a compromised page that is loaded with the HanJuan Exploit Kit. A detailed analysis of the Down-with-load.com domain revealed that the 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' pop-ups may lead users to install a fake network adapter driver. Corrupted network drivers could be used by hackers to execute DDoS attacks and hide their 'Command and Control' servers by using infected PCs as proxies.
The browser hijacker that is responsible for the 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' might appear as a browser plug-in and use a fake digital certificate to avoid detection. Do not fret, because you can rely on a trusted anti-malware solution to remove the browser hijacker on your system and make sure that you will not be presented with the 'Your Computer Is Being Tracked' pop-up messages again.
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