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If you follow the suggestions you want have to spend your money on "antispam" programs. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Computer Help forum 19 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon My only concern now is that they will have access to any information saved on my phone? There are two things I think could have given me this new virus... weblink

Do I look that young? I closed it out so quickly... So you DO NOT need to overreact and do things like wiping out your device or restoring from a backup. In theory, malware writers could do many nefarious things to Android phones. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/how-to-get-rid-of-porn-ads-on-my-computer-urgent-338735/

I got scared , is there a reason 🙁 Hayden I was going to tell my mum and dad but they would believe that I do watch it, I only found Fear is their weapon. You will need to click OK on the fake warning message once or twice more. SAFARI 3.x: Click the Safari menu, select 'Preferences', select 'Security' tab, remove check from 'Enable Plug-ins'. ---------------NOTE-----------NOTE--------------NOTE-------------------- NOTE: The program files for the add-ons are not deleted by the above.

But Settings>Apps>All doesn't help. And their door will get kicked in. Read items 1 and 2 again. Windows 7/Vista Click Start and choose Control Panel.

When the patch is installed, you need to start a Scan. Ways of Porn Pop-ups Removal 1. Assuming you paid with a credit card, I would contact them and have the charges reversed. click Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.

As long as that fake warning message is showing up on our screen, we can not use Safari and browse the web. I’m still a bit worried though. Anna LeeWritten 91w agoAdblock cannot block all pop-up ads. Good luck and let me know if you need any further help.

See if that helps anything at all. http://www.besttechtips.org/methods-to-remove-porn-pop-ups/ After it's charged for like 30 minutes, try turning your iPhone back on again. Job done. Suggestions?

yes I am using Safari. have a peek at these guys Marcel Brown The IMEI number won't give anyone access, but they can use it to look up information about your phone (publicly accessible web sites have this info). I was on Target and I freaked out. The ones I'm seeing it on are Yahoo (my mail page and news stories), AOL (when I click on a news story to read it), Facebook (as a "banner" across the

When you say "it" has access to your photos, what exactly is "it" and what is the complete warning? Marcel Brown I would probably run some anti-malware software such as Malware Bytes for Android https://www.malwarebytes.org/mobile/ JNel I ran the malware thing, none were found, that's a relief, I am going They can only be annoying and scary. check over here Please help?

Removes all registry entries created by Porn Popups. Marcel Brown If you have not restarted your iPhone, that would be the first step. I understand my device was never infected but one can never be too safe, plus the way iCloud backs everything up it wasn't a big hassle to do a restore.

I've been on here all day trying to get this stuff off my pc.

Marcel Brown Thank you! Then Run Spybot S&D and AdAware and see if it picks anything up. I mistakenly called the number. There is likely not any place relevant that the scam site information would still be on your phone.

Marcel Brown You're in a bit of a bind if you have the wrong e-mail address listed in your Apple ID and you can't remember your password. It actually blocks a lot of pop-ups, dialers, bad websites etc.You can read this tutorial for how to set it up and use it: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/using-spybot-to-remove-spyware/Orange Blossom An ounce of prevention is Concerning the money that users may spend on the virus removal I should say that some methods are absolutely free of charge, for example manual removal from browsers, manual professional removal this content what concerns me most it was some apple dock thing that came up that looked real and it had where i live an what i think is an ip address.

If you can change the password before anything nefarious happens, then you are probably in good shape, but do it right away! Chrome reloads the pages that were open before, so the pop-up just appeared again. Philippa Wells Perfect! So better get your PC scanned with an anti-malware or antivirus software such that these adware gets deleted...

Then they will try to claim they can fix everything for some sort of fee and of course get your credit card number. I can probably guess the website itself would have to fix the issue, but if there's a way I can do so myself, I'd love to know. Pages 8-9 has some infor. Does the problem also occur on Mozilla's browser?See the link below..

Marcel Brown You're welcome! All I did was click okay but I didn't enter any info. Lewin Scam page blocked Safari on ISO devices. If the page is gone then it should not normally come back unless you revisit the scam page again.

jc i got a message saying that my iphone detected 2 virus and need to install a vpn from the apple app store. someone I just got two stupid pop ups and now I know what to do thank you! My phone is an iPhone 5c, and sadly most removal articles I find deal with Android. Ticket was closed.

Windows XP Click Start In the menu choose Control Panel Choose Add / Remove Programs. I have the Android but i just been pressing okay and a button that said don't allow any more tabs and more kept coming. In some conditions Porn Popups may allow the software to be provided to the buyer free or at a subdued price making it lighter to get dirty with Porn Popups and This is not a virus or any malicious code.

This isn't really anything to do with me but I'd like to get it fixed while they are on holiday, and any advice would be great because I'm fed up with Great article!