- Annoying Pop-up's
- Shows commercial adverts
- Connects to the internet without permission
Regular computer security scans are necessary if you want to avoid potential security threats. We are not talking about viruses and other severe issues. Nowadays, users often get threatened by the likes of Supreme Adblocker. The latter application is an adware program that pretends it has a useful function. Usually, adware programs promise to provide users with relevant shopping offers, but Supreme Adblocker says it can block all the annoying pop-ups. Unless you remove Supreme Adblocker from the PC, this application will generate a lot of suspicious pop-ups itself, so you cannot allow it to remain on your computer.
One of the reasons why we cannot say Supreme Adblocker is a dangerous infection is that users often install this application onto their computers themselves. They may not be aware of that because Supreme Adblocker arrives bundled with freeware. However, users definitely initiate the installation process when they click fake download buttons on torrent or other file sharing websites. Third-party file sharing pages often host InstallRex, Amonetize or Vittalia installers, and these are the ones that distribute Supreme Adblocker around the web. It is impossible to download the application at supremeadblocker.info because the official homepage is nothing but an empty shell.
It is not too surprising because all the adware applications from this group exhibit the same behavior. Supreme Adblocker is a new version of FloorPrice, TicTacCoupon, RightCoupon and many other applications from the same group. All of them are distributed bundled with freeware applications. Therefore, if you find Supreme Adblocker on your system, it is very likely that you have more unwanted applications installed, and that is why a full system scan is necessary to establish the current system status.
Although Supreme Adblocker that is will block annoying pop-up ads, the truth is the opposite – this application will DISPLAY commercial pop-up ads whenever you access popular online shopping websites. These pop-ups may not be direct computer security threats, but they can seriously disrupt your web surfing experience. It is also possible for a malevolent third party to make use of Supreme Adblocker and embed its ads with corrupted content. In case you click an outgoing link to a suspicious website, you might get infected with more adware applications, or your browsing information could be used in an online marketing survey. It is not an illegal activity, but sooner or later it might result in a malware infection, and you certainly cannot afford that.
It is not complicated to remove Supreme Adblocker from your computer manually. However, after manual removal, you should also check your system for other potential threats. To safeguard your PC against similar intruders in the future, do not hesitate to acquire a powerful antispyware application.
How to remove Supreme Adblocker
Windows Vista & Windows 7
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