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Any webpage opened in Google Chrome opens up a lot of pop up ads.

Dear All, Inspite of disabling pop up ads in Settings of Google Chrome, still many ads pop up, when any website is opened ? How to find the program causing these ? Running malware and hitman has detected and cleared viruses, but the ads reappear from nowhere. Please help urgently.

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  • Well, if that is the case your security is set to low on your computer. And you need to reset it. it medium high is usually good for all the normal surfing the net. And after you get done doing that, defrag your computer and get a spyware hunter. I use spywarehunter4 well worth the money and you dont have to worry much about things getting into your computer. And with pop ups you probably got a virus or invasive cookie it will change everything for you, and mess your computer up bad. Go to the cookies and look for fastclick.com or anything that says fast click, and look for conduit it is a virus that follows all your clicks so when you type bank info it can get into that too. Delete and block both of these, Delete all cookies, RESTART should be on your way to surfing the net again.

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    Sameer Khan Apr 22, 2015

    Many thanks for your tips....tried them and fixed the issue for now.

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