How to Remove Campaign Notifier Extension

Delete Campaign Notifier virus extension (ID: bgoclljmbknlgpbpcnbggokjpdgmcfga)

What Is Campaign Notifier Extension?

Campaign Notifier (ID: bgoclljmbknlgpbpcnbggokjpdgmcfga) is a browser extension for Chrome that plays sound ads in the background. It may appear on your browser after you install some free program or run a file downloaded from a questionable source (torrents, sites offering pirated content, etc.). Campaign Notifier is harder to remove than most other rogue extensions, as the Remove button for the extension is missing on the Extensions page. That is because Campaign Notifier changes Group Policy for Chrome to make itself “installed by administrator”. Group Policy is something intended for admins of corporate networks and allows them to manage settings and programs on users’ computers. You may follow this step-by-step guide to reset Group Policy and remove Campaign Notifier from Google Chrome. READ MORE

How to Remove Unanalytics.com Warning

Deceptive site ahead. Attackers on nanalytics.com may trick you into doing something dangerous like installing software or revealing your personal information (for example, passwords, phone numbers, or credit cards). Learn more

What Is Unanalytics.com?

If you get a red security warning page stating Deceptive site ahead. Attackers on unanalytics.com may trick you into doing something dangerous like installing software or revealing your personal information (for example, passwords, phone numbers, or credit cards) when trying to access normal sites, that is most likely caused by one of your browser extensions. A popular extension Better History has been removed from Chrome Web Store recently for collecting users’ data and displaying ads. Unanalytics.com is a site that Better History connects to and it has been marked as deceptive by Google. If you don’t have Better History installed, then some other browser extension is probably connecting to that site. This removal guide will help you to uninstall the offending extension and get rid of Unanalytics.com warning. READ MORE

How to Remove Speed-open2.com

Delete https://speed-open2.com/r/?token=... virus

What Is Speed-open2.com?

If clicking on links in your browser sometimes redirects you to https://speed-open2.com/r/?token=… site and then to some ad site, betting site, page prompting you to download something, etc. then you have adware on your computer. That adware might have been installed together with some free program you’ve downloaded from the web, or it might have been downloaded by a trojan that got onto your PC pretending to be something else (a software installer, PDF file, movie, etc. that didn’t open when launched). This step-by-step guide will help you to uninstall the adware and stop https://speed-open2.com redirects. READ MORE

How to Remove “Google Chrome Update Service” Extension

Delete Google Chrome Update Service virus extension

What Is Google Chrome Update Service Extension?

Google Chrome Update Service extension may get installed on your Chrome browser without your knowledge or agreement and don’t provide any way to delete it on Extensions page. That happens because the extension abuses Group Policy settings of your computer and makes itself “installed by administrator”. Group Policy is intended for admins of corporate networks and allows them to force-install or forbid installation of specific programs and change various settings on machines under their care. Google Chrome Update Service has probably got installed on your computer after you’ve installed some free software or run a file downloaded from a shady source. This step-by-step guide will help you to reset Group Policy and remove Google Chrome Update Service extension from your computer. READ MORE

How to Remove Feed.exssmith.com

Delete https://feed.exssmith.com/code/x/?pc= virus

What Is Feed.exssmith.com?

If new and suspicious ads (for adult sites, online casino sites and so on) started appearing on webpages and in search results of your browser, leading to https://feed.exssmith.com/code/x/?pc=… site, then you likely have adware installed. You might have got this adware when you installed some free program or game and didn’t decline all extra programs that were offered. Another possibility is that you run a file downloaded from a questionable source (torrents, sites offering pirated software, etc.), and that file turned out to be a trojan that installed a bunch of malware and/or adware on your computer. You may follow this step-by-step guide to get rid of the adware and stop Feed.exssmith.com ads. READ MORE

How to Remove Jijitel.net/cl

How to delete http://jijitel.net/cl/ virus

What Is Jijitel.net/cl?

New tabs might pop up on your browser every several minutes and direct you first to http://jijitel.net/cl and then to some advertising site, tech support scam page, online casino site, and so on. Even if the browser was closed, it opens and loads these sites. That is a result of an adware infection. This adware might end up on your computer after you run a file downloaded from a shady site (usually a site offering pirated software). The adware creates an entry in the Task Scheduler to open jijitel.net/cl periodically, so usual methods of removing adware (like uninstalling suspicious browser extensions or reinstalling the browser) won’t work. You may follow instructions below to get rid of the adware and stop jijitel.net/cl pop-ups. READ MORE

How to Remove Ditement.info Pop-ups and Notifications

How to delete http://ditement.info virus

What is Ditement.info

If new tabs pop up on your browser periodically with the site Ditement.info and ask you to allow it to show notifications, the cause is adware that got installed on your computer. If you allow the notifications, they will start to appear on the bottom right corner of your screen from time to time and invite you to visit Ditement.info or another site. These notifications will be marked as “enforced by your administrator” in your Chrome settings, and you will be unable to delete them until you remove some policy rules made by the adware. This step-by-step guide will help you to remove the adware and stop pop-ups and notifications by Ditement.info. READ MORE

How to Remove Hqfok.com/iew

How to delete http://hqfok.com/iew/ virus

What Is Hqfok.com/iew?

If new tabs pop up on your browser from time to time with the URL http://hqfok.com/iew/ and then open some ad page, betting site, “you’ve won an iPhone” scam page, adult site or some other suspicious website, that behavior is caused by adware. This adware creates a scheduled task to open hqfok.com/iew via default browser every several minutes, so that spam pop-up happen even if the browser was closed originally. This adware is usually distributed via shady sites offering pirated software. You may follow instructions below to get rid of the adware and stop hqfok.com/iew pop-ups. READ MORE

How to Remove Aclassigned.info

How to delete http://aclassigned.info virus

What is Aclassigned.info

Adware might cause some sites to pop-up every several minutes asking you to enable notifications for them. If you agreed to receive notifications, then pop-ups will appear on the bottom right corner of your screen from time to time prompting you to visit aclassigned.info or another site. This adware changes some policy settings for Chrome on your computer, so that the notifications are “enforced by your administrator” and you cannot just remove them. This step-by-step guide will help you to remove the adware and stop Aclassigned.info pop-ups. READ MORE

How to Remove Ads X From Search Results

How to delete Ads x virus

What Is Ads X?

If your search results on Google or other search engines started to display new ads with the caption Ads X before or after search results, that means adware is installed on your computer. Ads X are usually caused by browser extensions. While most ad-supported extensions get installed on users’ computers together with free programs that users download from the Internet, Ads X adware is a little different: it is often an extension that have been installed on the computer for a long time but only now started generating ads. That happens when the extension’s developer gets an offer to sell their creation, agrees to it, and the buyer then pushes an update to users, adding new, ad-injecting code to the extension. You may follow this step-by-step guide to uninstall the offending extension and stop Ads X from appearing in your search results. READ MORE

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