still got adsafter using adwarecleaner, - malewarebyteAntima

Hewlett-packard / Hp compaq dc7100 sff(pk86...
October 9, 2017 at 01:53:58
Specs: windows 8, 2.793 GHz / 4 gig

re- tried all 4 - adwarecleaner, - malewarebyteAntimalware, - JRT , - ccleaner
I tried all 4 ad ware removers- they all found viruses and say they all cleaned or quarantined, but I notice I still see the ads - for example - see the Red arrows in the junk ad - After I cleaned with all 4 Adware still remains - see Link attachment -
https://ibb.co/gFyt5b <--this one

https://ibb.co/bK9pdw <--and this one

Also I wanted to ask -What Real Time Free antivirus do U suggest I use - because most of them Only have a Trial period ???



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#1
October 9, 2017 at 03:03:26
That's not Adware - it's just a non-harmful advertisement on a web page, you get them now on almost all websites, the revenue from the advertisers helps to pay for the running of the website. Annoying they may be, but they are not adware and they are not harmful.

You can eliminate many of those adverts by installing an "Ad Blocker" in to your web browser. From your screenshot I'm guessing you use Firefox so I recommend you install this extension:

Adblock Plus: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/fi...


For free antivirus I recommend either Avast Free Antivirus or Comodo Antivirus:

https://www.avast.com/en-gb/lp-ppc-...

https://www.comodo.com/home/interne...

Avast is relatively simple to understand, whereas Comodo is much more comprehensive with more protection features and may take a little while to learn how it works.

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#2
October 9, 2017 at 06:32:54
Hi again auto7890.

I don't get those add's using >
adaware ad block
https://www.adaware.com/ad-block/
http://imgur.com/JGcs1Vd


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#3
October 11, 2017 at 14:41:59
No !! Those ads have not been put on those 2 websites by their Owner - I red someonewhere a while ago that some Viruses Imbed themselves onto Legitamate sites. This is the type of malware I have but after using all 3 main Antiviruses they all failed stil -up to now to find this pesty virus.

Alto of you are Not realizing that the ads in those 2 webpages -Are Not suppose to be there , they are there Because No Anti-virus is Up to date with this Particular Virus I have- why would https://www.computing.net -have in place advertising from Australia ? - https://ibb.co/gFyt5b

Why would Runehq.com -have junk advertising From Australia ? - https://ibb.co/gFyt5b
see the Red arrows I have put in -->



Also this same Virus I suspect slows down my pc- and occasionally I see some webpages fade to white for a few seconds and sometimes- Firefox becomes unresponsive for a few seconds.

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#4
October 11, 2017 at 20:54:13
It might not be exactly the same but consider this as it cannot hurt and might help:
I found that a lot of new graphic ads coming in were freezing Firefox. I traced it back to these ads and Flash Player that they were running on. Updating Flash Player to the latest version did not stop the freezing so I tried setting Flash to "Ask before activating" instead of "Always activate". When these ads appeared after that Firefox asked on the top of the browser with a thin bar and I said no, X'ed it out, or ignored it. The ads do not run and appear as incomplete and the freezing stopped. After a number of months Firefox no longer even asks me about them. I should uninstall Flash but have not bothered yet. These ads contain a lot more than simple moving graphics and potentially are at least as dangerous as Java was for a while before everyone uninstalled it and websites stopped using it.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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#5
October 11, 2017 at 21:53:09
One good -thing
Avast the free one- gives option of incorporating into Firefox- this feature has an inbuilt ad blocker.

I will keep you posted if I see it still has the freezing bug. Only bad thing with Avast -is it Expires in 28days



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