Your browser keeps getting popup window with saying “WARNING! Your current browser is outdated. A critical security update has been released and you are required to update your java player.”? You cannot leave the page with warning message and you also fail to close it? You just know the address of page is from, but you cannot remove it by yourself? Please read more about this post and if you have no point, you are welcomed to install Spyhunter to give you assistance.

Got Desperate by Fake Java Update from website? is a misleading website that once you open or visit it, you can see a popup window jump on the web page which contains with such title message “WARNING: Your Current Browser Is Outdated!” and content with saying “A critical security update has been released and you are required to update your Java Player. This page will automatically close once the security update has been installed.” According to the victims’ complaints, if she or he doesn’t assume the installation of security update, this pop-up web page will keep opening which can take over of the whole screen. In such case, users cannot touch their mouse and tab any key to stop this page, so they cannot do anything on their computers. To do the next step, most of them choose to install “security update” which automatically close update java player page. As you can see that, shows an update java player that looks like a normal java update page that many computer users have click the OK button and install “security update” on their system. But unfortunately that even though they have followed the steps which provide from the page of to install “security update”, and then try to close the warning window, you can get a smaller one pops up in front of the warning saying “This page is asking you to confirm that you want to leave. Data you have entered may not be saved.” In this sense, you cannot close this popup, no matter how hard you try to press leave page or just close the window, the warning and “java” page keeps opening. In some cases, users can find that if they restart their system and lose the network connection, and reconnect again, and then open their browsers, this fake java update page still can be seen.

This popup from really makes you insane for it stays on the target computers doggedly. It can attack all kinds of internet browsers mainly Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome. When you start any search on your search bar, you are redirected to page without your permission. The fake java update page will display on the page immediately which prevent you from accessing next procedure if you clicked on OK button. As long as you done, a lot of unknown infections such as adware, malware, hijacker browser, and Trojan can install on the computer. In addition, some unwanted programs also download on the system. As a result, your browser may be easy to crash or freeze and your system performance may slow down. So please try to get rid of this unwanted program from your computer as fast as you can.

The Image of Pop-ups Wipe PC Seriously

1, this unwanted program can sneak into the target computer slightly.
2, it is a misleading site that has relationship with hijacker browser which can cause many annoying redirections to its own domain.
3, unexpected popups with fake java update keep showing.
4, this program can attack many versions of internet browsers and make changes of them.
5, it can install more threats like adware, malware or others and download unknowns programs onto the infected computers. Pop-ups Step-by-Step Removal Instructions

Solution one: Get rid of Manually

Firstly, open Task Manager and close all running processes as listed:

Secondly, to display hidden files on your computer

1. Click on the Start button and then on Control Panel
2. Click on the Appearance and Personalization option
3. Click on the Folder Options option
4. Click on the View tab in the Folder Options window
5. Choose the Show hidden files, folders, and drives under the Hidden files and folders category
6. Click OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window.

Thirdly, to uninstall from the control panel
Step a. Click on the Start button. This is the small round button with the Windows flag in the lower left corner.
Step b. Click on the Control Panel menu option.
Step c. Click on Program
Step d. Click Add & Remove Program
Step e. Find list and select Remove
Step f. Press the Apply button and then the OK button.

Fourthly, delete all infected files and registry:

%USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\

Solution two: Get rid of by automatic scan of SpyHunter removal tool

1. Click the download icon to download Spyhunter.

2. Follow the details to complete the installation process. (Double click on the download file and follow the prompts to install the program.)

3. After the installation, perform a system scan with Spyhunter please click on the Scan Now button.

4. Click on the scan results, and then remove all infected files.

Similar Video Guide for Manual Removal of Pop-ups

In the end: is an unwanted program that can show annoying fake message which asks victims to update java. If you try to close this popup window, it can open a new one. It affects all versions of internet browsers such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, Google Chrome, Bing and Yahoo or other brands of browsers. Even though you restart your computer and reconnect the network, you still get the same popups from You are asked to uninstall or delete this program from your system.

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