Ads by Candle Jar are extremely annoying when they try to infect as many PCs as possible. The attack is directed at the majority of widely used browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and even Microsoft Edge. Users who surf the web and see these ads will surely come to the right conclusion about the need to get rid of them.
Ads by Candle Jar may pop up extremely often when users visit different commercial sites. For example, when going to Walmart they may see these advertisements to pop up in different parts of the screen. So, it is extremely dangerous to click on them. We recommend you to stay away from doing so.
Candle Jar adware is often the part of many PCs after users install some free software. This means that you have to be extremely careful when you deal with free software. Do not permit any hidden installations to occur. Finally, follow this guide to remove Ads by Candle Jar completely from your browser.
Candle Jar automatic removal tool:
Candle Jar removal steps:
- Download GridinSoft Anti-Malware and scan your computer with it.
- Click on “Apply” to remove all infections found after the scan is completed:
- Shut down all your available browsers.
- In GridinSoft Anti-Malware click on “Tools” and then on “Reset browser settings“:
Video explaining how to reset your browser using GridinSoft Anti-Malware:
How to prevent your PC from being reinfected with Candle Jar in the future.
GridinSoft Anti-Malware offers excellent solution which may help to prevent your system from being contaminated with malware ahead of time. This feature is referred to as “Real-Time Protection”. By default, it is disabled once you install the software. To enable it, please click on “Protect” button and press “Start” as demonstrated below:
This options helps you to prevent execution of malicious programs and to avoid their installation ahead of time. When certain malware tries to install itself into your system, GridinSoft Anti-Malware and its Real-Time Protection module will terminate this installation attempt ahead of time. You may click on “Confirm” button to continue blocking this malicious program, or to select “Ignore this file” and allow the malicious application to be installed (at your own risk):