Warning! Flash Player is infected
Warning! Flash Player is infected is a fake alert pop-up that appears on your computer’s screen when you have adware programs installed. It is obvious that users should not trust these annoying pop-ups, because they can lead to even more potentially unwanted installations. The presence of Warning! Flash Player is infected pop-ups means that you most probably have a list of unwanted applications installed on your computer. Therefore, to remove Warning! Flash Player is infected; you need to terminate the unwanted programs first.
The easiest way to get rid of Warning! Flash Player is infected is simply ignoring it or closing the fake alert website. Do not click the pop-up itself in order to close it, because these fake alerts are often configured in a way that click ANYWHERE on them redirects you to affiliated websites or initiates unwanted software downloads.
There are many adware applications that make use of Warning! Flash Player is infected to promote other adware. Conduit freeware apps might be one of them. Keep in mind that if you are seeing this fake alert, your Flash Player is definitely NOT infected and by clicking the pop-up you would only install more adware applications on your computer.
Apart from Warning! Flash Player is infected; there are more versions of the pop-up message. For example, the pop-up may say that “Your Video Player Infected”, “E-mail box infected”, or “Warning: SYSTEM MAY HAVE FOUND VIRUSES on your computer”. No matter which message you are being displayed, you need to understand that all of them are false, and they have been created to push you into download and installing more adware onto your PC.
What is more, most of the websites that are related to this fake message, such as pcwarnings.com and systemupdater.com are no longer working, which only proves there is nothing legitimate about Warning! Flash Player is infected.
Do determine which adware application is displaying this annoying pop-up, run a full system scan with SpyHunter free scanner. It is very likely that more than one unwanted application will be detected on your computer. When you have a list of unwanted programs in front of you, access Control Panel and remove them all at once.
Sometimes it is impossible to delete all the adware-related files and registry entries via Control Panel removal, so to make sure that you destroyed all the potentially malicious files, scan your computer again, and then acquire a powerful antispyware tool if necessary. Do all you can to protect your system from annoying and potentially malicious threats.
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