- Annoying Pop-up's
- Slow internet connection
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
If you have accidentally clicked on an advertisement which has redirected you to Truthaboutprivacy.com, we strongly recommend leaving this page and figuring out how this advert was presented. It is possible that some adware is running on your operating system, and advertisement supported software is not reliable because schemers could use it to present misleading ads. Even though the advertisements routing you to the website are not critically dangerous and are not related to malware, you should beware of them. Please continue reading to learn how to remove Truthaboutprivacy.com related adware and how to handle the information presented on this website.
Truthaboutprivacy.com promotes three different books – The Lie Detector, Identity Theft Protector and The Truth about Privacy. These books supposedly reveal the truth about NSA (National Security Agency) and its ability to track your every move. It is impossible to know whether the offer is authentic and whether the ordered books would reach you. Of course, we do not recommend wasting your money on the presented products because redirecting to the website is extremely suspicious. If the developers of Truthaboutprivacy.com have paid money to the developers of adware to present potentially misguiding ads, you certainly should not trust the offered products or services.
Once you land on Truthaboutprivacy.com, you are bombarded with suspicious information asking you to purchase a set of books for $39. It is stated that the original pricing of this set is $97; however, this could be a trick to fool you into thinking that you have been offered a great deal. In fact, if you try to leave the page, you would be presented with multiple warnings (see below) offering even better deals. This is highly suspicious. Note that if you do make the purchase, you will expose your Name, Email address, Phone number, Address, Zip Code, Credit Card Number, and other sensitive information to a potentially unreliable party. This is considered to be dangerous.
If you have been presented with an advertisement routing you to Truthaboutprivacy.com once, it is likely that you have simply landed on the wrong web page. Nonetheless, if the offers keep reappearing, adware might be running on the PC. To delete Truthaboutprivacy.com adware you firstly need to identify it, and a malware scanner will help you with this task. Once malware, adware or other threats are detected – use automatic malware removal software to delete them. You can also try to delete undesirable programs manually. Note that the instructions below do not always help, so you need to be careful.
Remove undesirable programs
Remove from Windows 8:
Remove from Windows Vista/Windows 7:
Remove from Windows XP: