"Dear User, Congratulations", as well as "Amazon winner pop up" cyclically shows fake information when the user starts to open a new tab in Google Chrome and reports that "user wins iPhone" or other smartphones. Usually it redirect browsers to search-engine.today-rewards.stream. In reality, it is annoying virus, called SCAM, or telephone virus. It created for next purposes: to lock screen in browsers, by showing winning or alert messages and persuade user to call tech support for example, similar with "Dear User Congratulations" Windows trouble SCAM shows, that windows can't work normally and the user should call to 'tech support' number. The main purpose of Scams is to force victims to call on fake software support, for solving fake PC, Mac or iPhone error or for taking a prize.
Ads by TS string or pop-up, as well as Powered by TS, Brought to you by TS, RocketTab powered by TS, Ads by TS or Ads powered by TS in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox , Safari or IE means, that your system was infected by the ADS by TS virus. It is an adware displaying pop-up, informing the user about an unexpected gift or just adding not relevant results in search results. Also, this adware can constantly redirect the user to internet markets and displays banners, coupons, links to affiliates and so on. Cybercriminals earn money on this. Also, adware can analyze your personal information and send it to third parties for commercial porpuses. If you find Ads by TS in your browser, you should remove it immed
What is ? is part of the adware that constantly redirects the user to third-party sites that contain a message about the need to go through . This pop-up appears at any time of the user's browser, which can significantly…
At last time, more and more users cause troubles with annoying messages in popular browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari or other browsers. These messages, called pop-ups, usually highlights nonexistent problems with Mac, iPhone & iPad; or report about fake information, for example about winning the lottery, e.t.c. All these pop-ups invented for the main purpose: to draw the attention of users to different sponsored offers. For example, pretty notorious pop-up, called Your Mac was infected by 3 viruses, which offers to scan and clean users Mac/iPhone/iPad from viruses. Don't believe it, in fact, all tabs that are opening by clicking on Scan Now link redirects users to download software for MacOS, iOS or Windows.
Loginnow.net is unwanted software that is part of the adware that steals your browsers, such as chrome, IE, Mozilla and other browsers installed on your operating system. Loginnow.net is a pop-up that says you need to install a browser extension that greatly simplifies access to your mailboxes.
0x0072ee7 error is a fictitious technical support service, which prompts the user to contact them to solve problems on the PC. This scam hijacks your browsers, such as Chrome, Mozilla, and others. 0x0072ee7 error displays the pop-up informing that your system is threatened or blocked
Winner-q.space - a browser hijacker coming bundled with other free downloads without user consent via freeware's downloaders. Winner-q.space is not a virus, but this hijacker carries a greater potential threat to the personal data safety. Winner-q.space changes your browser settings, homepage, search engine and send your personal information to third parties.
Protected.news is fake search page that comes to your computer in the form of a browser extension. Protected.news can hijack browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. Protected.news is not a virus, but it can cause incurable damage to your browser.
Media17.org is a fake search engine that hijacks Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer. It penetrates on a PC without user consent. Usually, Media17.org comes bundled with free downloads, such as archives and multimedia players, via its downloaders or web clients.
Linknotification.com is an annoying browser hijacker that comes without user consent and brings a lot of problems. It comes bundled with freeware through its web-downloaders, installers and so on. Linknotification.com constantly redirects the user to a third-party page containing a pop-up window containing information about the possibility of obtaining full access to this site.