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How to Get Rid of “An error has occurred on the script of this page” Pop-up Completely?

Published February 15th, 2016 by Nancy

Recently, some computer users complaint that an endless pop-up “An error has occurred on the script of this page” takes over their webpage and hijack their antivirus software. Did you ever encountered such issue? If so, you are highly take action to get rid of it soon. If you have no much removal experience, it is suggested to read and follow the effective removal instruction below carefully.

Know More About “An error has occurred on the script of this page” Pop-up

“An error has occurred on the script of this page” pop-up keep displaying on your screen may be a sign that your computer has been infected with an adware without your knowledge and permission. You may get this annoying pop-up via free software/programs downloaded from third-party sites or other unreliable websites. It may hide itself in main software to bypass your attention. Besides, it may also spread via spam emails, corrupted/compromised websites, malicious links/files and so on. Read the rest of this post »

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Get Rid of 59fileer.com Pop-up From Browsers – Fake Video Player Removal Instruction

Published January 21st, 2016 by Nancy

Brief Introduction of 59fileer.com

59fileer.com is an ad-support website that is designed to promote unwanted or sponsored programs/software. It usually affects your browsers and distributes spam pop-up messages urging you to update programs such as Java player, Video Player and so on. However, the download links it provides are related to ad-supported software or malware installation. You should never trust it.  Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove 32failure.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com Permanently? – Pop-up Fake Alert Removal

Published January 18th, 2016 by Nancy

Recently, there are some PC users stating that when they search on browsers like Chrome, a link was clicked that went to a web page (32failure.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com) made to look like a blue screen of death. There was audio and a pop up directing you to call the toll free number. Did you ever encountered such issues? If so, you may encounter a tech support scam. This post will provide you with effective removal guide to get rid of this scam site 32failure.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com.

More Information of 32failure.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com

32failure.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com is a suspected website designed to promote tech support scam. If you keep receiving 32failure.s3-website-us-west-2.amazonaws.com pop-up whenever you are browsing online or visit a certain website, it may be sign that your computer has infected with adware  without your knowledge and consent. Read the rest of this post »

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How Can I Get Rid of 1-800-236-5752 Pop-up Scam Completely And Quickly?

Published December 23rd, 2015 by Nancy

Recently, some PC users stating that they keep receiving a suspected pop-up page saying that there was a virus in their computer and ask them to call a given number 1-800-236-5752 for tech support assistance. Have you ever encountered such issues? Should it be trusty? How to solve this issue? 

More Information About 1-800-236-5752 Pop-up

1-800-236-5752 pop-up is mainly caused by adware or potentially unwanted program that has installed on your computer without your knowledge and permission. And 1-800-236-5752 is actually a scam number designed to trick inexperience users into purchasing expensive spam tech support and rogue antivirus software via popping up fake alert/warning. If this 1-800-236-5752 pop-up page constantly appears on your webpage, it means that your system might be at risk. Read the rest of this post »

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How to Remove PUP.FreeMacKeyLogger From Computer Permanently?

Published December 23rd, 2015 by Nancy

Victim: “I have discovered, according to Malwarebytes v1.1.3, that I have PUP.FreeMacKeyLogger. I have “removed” it via Malwarebytes and, although not so requested, I have rebooted my machine – and yet the file still reportedly remains each time I run the scanner. How can I remove it? “

What is PUP.FreeMacKeyLogger?

PUP.FreeMacKeyLogger recently has been detected by some Antiviruses as potentially unwanted program (PUP), which is able to perform harmful tasks on the infected computer once installed. Typically, PUP.FreeMacKeyLogger may get installed after you downloading free programs from third parties or unreliable websites. It hides itself inside the main software to bypass your attention. Besides, it can also be spread by hacked/corrupted websites, spam email attachments or malicious hyperlinks, etc. Read the rest of this post »

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Effective Solutions to Remove Newsoftther.com From Your PC – Fake Video Player Removal

Published December 18th, 2015 by Nancy

What is Newsoftther.com? Is it Safely?

Newsoftther.com is a fake video player install notification that can be classified as an adware. It can insert ads codes and display lot of pop-ups ads on the browsers such as Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. When you open a web browser, you will often see the massage informing you that “Please install the Video Player”, you should never trust it; otherwise, you may encounter numerous unwanted troubles.  Read the rest of this post »

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