‘Together we fight Cancer‘ pop-ups have nothing to do with the real anti-cancer campaign. They are produced by the potentially unwanted program (aka as “PUP”). It is promoted due to some free software you may upload from the Web. Usually programs do not inform users about the fact that they contain other program installation inside. So some unwanted extras penetrate to the computer without the user’s agreement. The same matter is with this adware. It is configured to add its extension to all popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla FireFox.
The adware is installed on your computer bundled with some freeware (video recording/streaming, download-managers or PDF creators). If installed, these fake messages appear on your screen all of a sudden. Do not hit them because you do not donate your money for people who really need it, but support hackers. They tend to enrich themselves in unfair way. If you click on these pop-ups you will also make your computer vulnerable. Other viruses may easily target it. You may also face redirects to some insecure sites you have never wanted to go.
To stop these ads and other unpleasant effects, you have to carefully follow all milestones outlined in the removal guide. You will find it in the paragraph below. Also launch a reputable anti-virus program like GridinSoft Trojan Killer to remove all dangerous files related to this malware.
‘Together we fight Cancer’ pop-up virus automatic removal tool:
‘Together we fight Cancer’ pop-up removal steps:
- Download Trojan Killer and scan your computer with it.
- Click “Apply” to remove all infections found after the scan is completed.
- Shut down all your available browsers.
- In Trojan Killer click “Tools” and “Reset browser settings“.
- Follow the instructions and click “Reset browser settings” again, then restart your computer to apply all made changes.