Category: Adware

How to Remove the “Chrome Search Contest 2022” Pop-Up Scam

Wanting to get rid of the annoying Chrome Search Contest 2022 pop-up? It says you have made the “5th billionth search” thus you will be given a prize of your choice – Google play cards, Sony Playstation, Samsung gadget, Amazon gift card, an iPhone or Apple Watch. This is a scam and not in any way sponsored by the said companies.

The “Chrome Search Contest 2022” pop-up scam will trick users into providing their private information before claiming their prize. Be wary not to click any links or enter any of your personal data like credit card details, phone number, postal address, and email. These info may be used for fraudulent transactions and can compromise your identity.

Chrome Search Contest 2022 pop-ups usually happens because of an adware installed (through bundled software) without you knowing. Remove it immediately.

How to Remove Domain Spam Validator [Adware]

The Domain Spam Validator is a browser extension which supposedly will verify websites or domains for spam in seconds. But when installed, this adware will insert unwanted advertisements, push notifications, banners and pop-up ads. Clicking any of these links will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. It may also prevent you from changing your settings back.

Domain Spam Validator is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. You have to remove it immediately.

How to Remove LiteBrowser

LiteBrowser is a PUA (potentially unwanted application) which is based on the Chromium open-source browser software. This PUA is actually an adware that will attempt to commandeer your browser search and homepage. LiteBrowser will also pop-up unwanted ads and send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. It may also prevent you from changing your settings back.

LiteBrowser is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. You have to remove it immediately.

How to Remove Desktopshieldprotection.com Ads

Do you always get redirected to the website desktopshieldprotection.com when you open your browser? Do pop-ups keep reappearing asking you to subscribe to its push notifications?

Be wary not to hit “Allow” because desktopshieldprotection.com is an adware that will attempt to commandeer your browser search and homepage. Allowing notifications will start filling your screen with unwanted ads and this adware will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. It may also prevent you from changing your settings back. Desktopshieldprotection.com is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. 

How to Remove Quantum Ad Blocker

The Quantum Ad Blocker is a browser extension which supposedly will block ads as well as third party trackers. It has been found by security experts, however, as an adware that will display unwanted and intrusive ads on your computer. These advertisements are in the form of shady coupons, push notifications, fake software updates, pop-up ads or banners, tech support scams and the likes. Clicking any of this ads will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. It may also prevent you from changing your settings back.

Quantum Ad Blocker is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. 

How to Remove Domain Quality Adware

Domain Quality is a browser extension which supposedly will check a website’s quality or reputation. However, it is found to be an adware that will display unwanted ads on your computer. These ads are in the form of discount coupons, fake software updates, sale banners and pop-ups, online quizzes, technical support scams and the likes. Clicking these ads will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. It may also monitor your browsing activities and prevent you from changing your settings back.

The Domain Quality adware is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. You have to remove it immediately.

How to Remove BettingSiteDefender

BettingSiteDefender is a browser extension which supposedly checks for blacklisted websites. However, it is found to be an adware that will fill your screen with unwanted advertisements. These ads are in the form of pop-ups and banners enticing users with fake coupons, phony software updates, surveys, tech support scams and the likes. Clicking any of the ads will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. BettingSiteDefender will also attempt to commandeer one’s browser search and homepage. It may monitor your browsing history and prevent you from changing your settings back.

BettingSiteDefender is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. Remove it immediately!

How to Remove Tabiad.xyz

Tabiad.xyz is a malicious program installed on your computer that will attempt to commandeer your browser search and homepage. You would notice always getting redirected to the Tabiad.xyz page. This site will trick you into downloading its browser extension which is free but will actually infect your computer or spam your PC with ads. It may also prevent you from changing your settings back.

Tabiad.xyz is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. You have to remove it immediately before it further damages your computer.

How to Remove Goodsurvey365.org Pop-Ups

Your device may have an adware if you are redirected to the website goodsurvey365.org even if you didn’t type its address or visit the site on purpose. Goodsurvey365.org is a fake survey page that tries to trick users into subscribing to its push notifications. Once you hit “Allow” to the pop-ups, it will begin to spam your desktop with unwanted advertisements. Clicking these ads will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. It may also prevent you from changing your settings back.

Goodsurvey365.org pop-ups occur because they are usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. Remove it immediately.

How to Remove Windows Manager Adware

It may sound and appear legit but Windows Manager is actually an adware-type application. This adware will display unwanted ads in the form of pop-ups, fake software updates, discount coupons, banners, and the likes. Clicking these ads will send you to malicious websites to get money from you or infect your computer further. You may also unknowingly download potentially unwanted applications or PUAs when this adware is installed. Be wary because this adware might prevent you from changing your settings back.

Windows Manager is usually installed through bundled software without you knowing. You have to remove it immediately!