- Connects to the internet without permission
- Shows commercial adverts
- Annoying Pop-up's
If you are seeing a strange green “button” in the top-right corner of the screen, it is very probable that you have installed Zombie Alert on your system. This application claims that it can scour the web for new and other material and then determine the risk of a zombie invasion. You should not believe that because this program has just been published to distribute advertisements. People tend to download it because they are curious about how such a strange program works. Besides, it might enter the system bundled with other additional applications, especially freeware. If you are one of those computer users that have found this software useless, you should not keep it on your PC because it is not going to act somehow beneficially.
Our security specialists have found out that Zombie Alert might show you advertisements; however, nobody knows whether links that are embedded in them are reliable. Thus, we recommend deleting Zombie Alert and you should ignore all those ads in the meantime. This advice should be followed by those who want to keep their system protected. The deletion of Zombie Alert would also allow you to enjoy your privacy again because this program is known to be capable of recording your browsing processes. Cookies and other tracking technologies are mostly used for this matter.
If you have already installed Zombie Alert on your system, you should check whether you have not installed different kinds of applications as well. If you have not noticed the information provided on the official website, you should know that Zombie Alert might offer you to install additional software. If you do not notice this message and click Accept, these applications will be installed on the system straightaway. You should always carefully install new software on the system because you will be able to avoid unfamiliar programs.
As you will be forced to suffer different undesirable activities of Zombie Alert, we believe that there is no point in keeping in on the system. It is not a difficult task to remove it manually, which is why we recommend doing it as soon as possible. For this matter, you can use the instructions provided below or you can just simply erase Zombie Alert via Control Panel. Do not forget to scan your system with a reliable antimalware tool after the removal because there might be other undesirable problems hiding on your system.
Zombie Alert removal
Windows 7 and Vista
How to manually remove Zombie Alert
Files associated with Zombie Alert infection:
Zombie Alert processes to kill: