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Unwanted pop-up advertisements display on my pc like :"connecting to my ISP", "error connecting to my ISP", winspyware protect alert", "insecure internet activity?threat of virus attack" though my pc is protect by Norton

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This is a malware or a spyware that is running on your computer and in order for this problem to be resolve you need to run a good anti malware and anti spyware on your computer, You can use this two software Malwarebytes and Superantispyware you can just google them and download it to your computer and do a full scan...

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