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How to avoid fake “Update Flash Player” or “Update Java” pop-up virus?

While using your Windows devices, you are likely to encounter some random pop-up ads that ask you to update Adobe Flash Player or Java within web browsers. Web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome, become infected with an adware or a potentially unwanted program when you click these ads. Actually, these pop-up ads are not from Adobe Flash Player or Java developers. They are from cyber criminals and browser hijackers that spread adware on users’ computer. Cyber criminal activities make your Windows device maim and rob you off all your valuable data. But Windows technical support services can make things happen in your and help you remove the fake flash player update.

As fake update pop-up ads are caused by an ad-supported extension for web browsers, it is essential to take technical support by dialing a toll-free phone help number for issues of pop-up ads in Windows. The malicious web page generally displays a pop-up box indicating a message that entices you to install Flash Player or Java to view a video. If you willingly or unwillingly tap on the “Download”, “Run Update” or “Click to install now” button, you seriously invite danger and agree to download an adware or a malicious programs onto your computer. Then, it will not install an update as it is bound to hack your computer by cyber criminals.


There are 5 big solutions to encounter these irritating fake pop-up ads and remove them to make your Windows-run PCs highly functional and free from the threat of malware and other potentially unwanted programs.

  • Using AdwCleaner in order to eliminate fake “Update Flash Player” or “Update Java” adware to scan your computer and web browser for malicious files, browser extensions and registry keys.
  • Preferring Malwarebytes anti-Malware for removing bogus “Update Flash Player” or “Update Java” pop-ups by detecting and removing all traces of malware within your computer.
  • Removing fake “Update Flash Player” or “Update Java” malware with the usage of HitmanPro scanner which is capable of rescuing your computer from malware (viruses, trojans, rootkits, etc.)

There are also two other optional steps that you can use if you haven’t got rid of the issues with above three steps.

  • Double-check for fake “Update Flash Player” or “Update Java” malware with Zemana AntiMalware, a powerful utility to delete malicious browser extensions and malware from Windows.
  • Remove fake “Update Flash Player” or “Update Java” Ads from web browsers by resetting your browser to its default settings.

If you are still unable to remove the pop-up ads, then you better call Windows support professionals.

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