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Asked by: Liberty
I have these little ads / coupons that pop up on the side of my browser that I know aren’t supposed to be there. I’ve tried doing a AVG antivirus scan and Malwarebytes full scan and the ads are still there. How can I get it off my computer?
Bert on Apr 23, 2012
Get rid of avg and use avast
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Rakibil Hafiz on Apr 23, 2012
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It protects against spyware entering your machine in the first place by preventing popup boxes asking you to install software. Of course, legitamate items will be allowed with your permission. It also adds a browser shield which prevents spyware from being added to your favourites.
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Anek on Apr 23, 2012
The best way is uninstall the malware.
Sravani on Apr 23, 2012
Just go with AV software and do a scan.
Mariah lavigne on Apr 23, 2012
Try to remove the malware. I know that Magican Antitrojan can check and remove virus, but I don’t know whether it can remove the ads.
You can visit the website for detail info: http://www.magicansoft.com/magican-antitrojan.html
Shalabi04 on Apr 23, 2012
you need to disable the annoying software thats causing this before your scanner can detect it. to do this go to http://download.cnet.com/RKill/3000-8022_4-75221743.html?tag=mncol;1 and download RKill, when the download dialog comes up, be sure to click “Save” instead of “Run” because this program doesnt require any installation. once it downloads than run it, depending on the speed of your pc it may take anywhere between a couple of second to 3 minutes, after it terminates the program than do a scan with Malwarebytes
Protect on Apr 23, 2012
You may use the autorun tool to find the programs being loaded along with browser?
Find the add-on s and remove them.
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