Although AdsKeeper is an absolutely legitimate service in advertising networks, its capabilities can be abused by potentially unwanted programs to generate intrusive and dangerous ads. If you see loads of banners hanging across the entire homepage or other websites, then you have adware infection on your PC that initiated those changes. Ads generated by unwanted programs usually contain "clickbait" headlines to force users onto opening them. In fact, the redirected page can be completely different from what you were intended to see (adult pages, free file-hosting resources, P2P networks, etc.). Such redirects can cause various privacy issues because your data may be collected by cybercriminals and stolen away with revenue purposes.
Pushwelcome.com is a malicious domain that can let cybercriminals hijack your data. If you get tricked into clicking on the "Allow" button to enable push-notifications, then your desktop will be overwhelmed with low-quality ads that may be malicious or somesuch. Of course, you can remove these push-notifications from the list in browser settings, however, sometimes the matter may lurk in adware that might be installed on your system. If you see Pushwelcome.com at the browser setup, that is exactly the ring of adware presence. To get rid of it, feel free to follow our instructions listed down below.
If you see the continuous flow of different advertisements on your desktop, then more likely you have been tricked into allowing push-notifications from The31news.com. Such websites have various clones and mimics that try to abuse push-notification features in browsers. By doing so, they claim that it is necessary to allow push-notifications in order to pass Captcha, download a file, or anything similar. Such websites can pop up unintentionally when browsing poor websites, clicking on virtual buttons, or banners. However, if you see The31news.com each time at browser startup, then you might be infected with adware. Keep in mind that all ads that are generated by these applications can be dangerous and put your data under risk. To prevent this, you can use our free guide to delete The31news.com and its side effects below.
Charming Tab (charming-tab.com) is a potentially unwanted application categorized as a browser hijacker that manipulates browser settings in its favor. It adds a new search engine and overall appearance of the default tab. The usefulness of this tool dissipates because it shows results from legitimate Google and does not generate anything unique as claimed by its developers. Installation of such add-ons can lead to potential privacy leaks (passwords, IP-addresses, geolocations, etc.) due to tracking capabilities. Unfortunately, simply disabling Charming Tab will not help, instead, you have to make sure that you delete it from your computer without traces. We will help you to do so in this article.
There have been lots of fake push notifications pop-ups deconstructed in our blog so far. Captcha.info is not an exception either proving that there is a countless amount of such tools around the web that you should know how to pass over. Captcha.info itself is a social engineering trick that stands for push notification pop-ups. In fact, push notifications is a wonderfull tool supposed to notify users about the latest updates on Blogs and other informative resources. Although, some gurus of the internet can make a reverse effect out of it by camouflaging malicious content under it. These kinds of advertisements generated by Captcha.info provide lots of malicious links and resources that can infect your computer and result in the inevitable leak of personal data, files and other sorts of information contained on your computer.
Amazon Assistant is a legitimate browser extension that helps you in shopping on Amazon. Its algorithms provide best-selling offers, comparison of prices, and other features to find the most lucrative deals. Unfortunately, the story ends once Amazon Assistant starts causing additional problems. Users report that enabled Amazon assistant leads to an increased number of ads and banners overlaying pages. Plus, due to the high consumption of resources, this add-on may slow down the performance of browsers and lead to sudden crashes or freezes. Amongst browsers supported by Amazon Assistant are Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Edge, and others. It starts each time at system bootup running in Task Manager. Any manual attempts to delete the program end up in its eventual reinstallation. Finally, because Amazon Assistant has data-tracking capabilities, your personal data can be gathered and spread around dark figures for revenue purposes.