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Get Rid of Nortonpcbuddy.com Fake Alerts with Easy Steps – How to Effectively Remove Nortonpcbuddy.com Pop-ups?

Published April 29th, 2015 by Monica

Never be cheated by Nortonpcbuddy.com

Nortonpcbuddy.com comes to visit you as a webpage which warns you about the problems of your PC. It may seem that the information is sent from Norton. And the name of the page is Firewall warning. It claims that your PC has been infected by some viruses and you need to call them with the provided number for technical support. Would you believe in it?  The page, however, it’s actually supported by an adware. This kind of threat is usually used to drain money from users’ phone bill and promote some unwanted products or services during the phone call. They probably may drop some viruses or malware into your PC and ask you to buy their products if you let them get access to your PC. And it can bring you unwanted pop-ups and fake alerts. Never be cheated and remove it as fast as you can. Read the rest of this post »

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Get Rid of Defender Pro 2015 – Stop the Fake Messages from Annoying You

Published March 24th, 2015 by Monica

Fake alerts from Defender Pro 2015 keeps haunting you?

Defender Pro 2015 is actually a rogue anti-virus program which claims to help users with their computer problems. It can pop up fake alerts when users are using their computers. If users are cheated and download it to scan their PCs, it will scan out all the problems but won’t solve the problem until users pay for its full version. However, the truth is that there may not be so many problems on your PC. The program may just simulate a scan and report you with fake messages. And then it can promote its products or services to you. It also may bring lots of unwanted ads after the infection. You need to stay away from it. Read the rest of this post »

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Mypchelp247.com Pop-ups – How to Effectively Remove?

Published March 17th, 2015 by Monica

Fake message comes from Norton?

Mypchelp247.com comes to you as a webpage and asks you to call them to solve your PC problems. The message seems come from Norton. And it warns you that your confidential information is in danger and you need to call them with the provided phone number. However, you should keep alert. This page, it’s actually supported by an adware. When it first came to your PC, you may feel it kind-hearted for it reminds you about the potential dangers of your PC. It uses strong color and bold words to catch your attention. But the truth is that cyber criminals only want to drain money from your phone bill and promote its products or services during the phone call. And the adware is powerful enough to attach itself to browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. Lots of unwanted ads can seriously annoy you. It acts as a browser plug-in to avoid being noticed. And security problems and private issues may come to you if you leave it alone on your PC. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Get Rid of 2nmzh7wrf.com Ads? (Removal Instructions)

Published March 11th, 2015 by Monica

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2nmzh7wrf.com shows to you as a webpage. It has an icon which looks like a shield. So users will connect it to the security of their PCs. So the chances of clicking to download are increased. This page, however, is actually supported by an adware. Usually, this kind of threat uses fake updates to lure user into downloading its malicious files. It’s used to spread viruses or malware most of the time. So you should not be cheated. Usually, you may get this adware through free downloads. When it first came to your PC, it would tell you that the update is ready and what you need to do is to click and update. It reminds you that you don’t need to restart your PC. It uses such kind of method to lure you into downloading its malicious files. If you’re cheated, then the problems come. And the adware is powerful enough to infect browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome. It also threatens your privacy. You should not take it slightly.

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