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Danger level 7
Common infection symptoms:
  • Annoying Pop-up's
  • Strange toolbar installed without Your permission

Survey 2014 pop-up

Have you discovered a Survey 2014 pop-up on your Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer web browsers? This suspicious survey has numerous of different interfaces and may present different information; however, we do not recommend trusting it. This survey may show up if you land on an unreliable website; however, if it keeps appearing on your browsers, there is a great chance that malignant adware has been installed onto your personal computer. Advertisement supported programs often do not have interfaces and may run without the knowledge of the targeted system’s owner. Needless to say, the threat is proliferated using illicit methods; therefore, we suggest you remove Survey 2014 pop-up related adware as soon as possible.

Our researchers have analyzed the clandestine Survey 2014 pop-up and have discovered that it may offer you different prizes in return of some supposedly innocent answers. Note that even though these surveys start with harmless-looking questions, at the end you may be asked to expose your full name, address, telephone number, email and even credit card information. Here is an example of a fictitious survey which may disclose that you need to delete Survey 2014 pop-up:

Introducing the latest and fastest version of Chrome!
Dear user: we want your opinion of the latest version of Chrome and Microsoft Windows, we have prepared a short survey to rate your experience!
Please take 30 seconds of your time and to say “thank you” we will offer you a chance you to win $1000 Coles, Woolworths, or IGA shopping voucher.

The information presented by the survey depends on the country you live in, which means that adware related to the Survey 2014 pop-up may be capable of virtual tracking. Do you want unfamiliar parties tracking your virtual activity and collecting information related to your recent browsing history? Even if the existing advertisement supported programs cannot disclose personally identifiable information, you certainly do not want the collected information to be used to trick you. Overall, we recommend that you ignore such rewards as tablets, smartphones or vouchers, and dismiss the displayed surveys. Needless to say, you should not ignore the fact that your personal computer is infected with adware.

In order to delete Survey 2014 pop-up related adware you can either continue manually or employ automatic malware detection and removal software. We strongly recommend installing authentic security software to ensure that all existing threats are deleted automatically. If you install reliable security tools, you will not need to worry about the removal of undesirable software or malware in the future. Note that if adware has been installed with undesirable computer software you can try to delete it using the manual removal guides displayed below.

How to remove undesirable software?

Remove from Windows 8:

  1. Access the Metro UI menu and right-click on the background to open a pane at the bottom.
  2. Click All apps, then open the Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the application you wish to delete and select Uninstall.

Remove from Windows Vista & Windows 7:

  1. Navigate to the left of the Task Bar and open the Start menu.
  2. Select Control Panel and click Uninstall a program.
  3. Right-click the application you wish to delete and select Uninstall.

Remove from Windows XP:

  1. Open the Start menu and select Control Panel.
  2. Double-click Add or Remove Programs. This will open a utility listing the installed software.
  3. Click the undesirable application and then select Remove.
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  1. Kylie Oct 22, 2014

    I was silly enough to start the survey,must have caught me at a weak moment.Normally pretty aware of scams.I stopped half way through the survey and backed out.They emailed to say I hadn't completed it.Do you think that they were able to hack into my Hotmail account? because Mircosoft let me know of unusal activity and I found for the last month someone was going in and out of my account :(

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