How can I block this annoying Http:// popup? When I try to do a search online, I’m blocked by constant pop-ups. It only happens to my Google browser. I can still search from IE and can find some solutions online. But on-site videos are too blurry and fast for me to follow. I have tried many different things but still can’t stop these pop-ups. What’s the other alternative option? Any suggestion?

Http:// Pop-ups – How to Block?

Http:// can pop up on most Internet browsers even though it’s unwanted by many net users. It’s believed to be able to install on browsers via bundling with malicious freeware and spam ware. As soon as it’s in, web browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Google Chrome installed on the computer can all become affected by this issue. It is, therefore, categorized as a browser hijacker which is released by third-parties as a big threat to most Windows computers. The hijacker can not only affect users’ online sessions, but also threaten their private data and the whole systems in various ways. Hence, it is warned that net users should be specifically watching out for this type of pop-up or similar ones.

When users download cost-free programs from unauthorized resources online, this Http:// hijacker can come along into the systems. As soon as it’s successfully installed, any web browsers on the computers can be targeted. As a result, you won’t be able to access wanted information online because of the constant blocks from these annoying pop-ups. The hijacker can automatically modify the default structure of a browser and replace its start-up page and default search engine as well. Do not underestimate these unwanted pop-ups. They not only display misleading information to confuse net users, but can help PUPs and other cyber threats to sneak into the machine to cause further troubles. What’s worse, a browser hijacker can often gather users’ online information, especially confidential and financially related data via tracking cookies. These records of valuable data can be transferred through unknown servers to help cyber criminals benefit. Hence, a complete removal of the hijacker is needed ASAP. To get rid of Http:// unwanted pop-ups, try to proceed with manual steps as virus protection tools can be unsuccessful.

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Troubles To Be Expected with Browser Hijackers

1. All the web browsers can be messed up by this Http:// hijacker and function in an odd way.
2. Users will come straight to certain pages as the hijacker has modified the default settings of the browsers.
3. Users can also be constantly blocked from accessing websites by unwanted pop-ups.
4. Malware or spyware can also be installed on the vulnerable systems with the help of this hijacker.
5. Valuable online information of PC owners can be collected by the hijacker.
6. The overall performance of the affected browsers as well as the system can be greatly slow down by unknown malware.

Browser Hijacker Manual Removal Instructions

Step 1: Open Windows Task Manager to end process related to the Http:// hijacker. To do that, press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys at the same time to pull up Window Task Manager; go to Processes tab on top and scroll down the list to find odd processes. Names of the processes can be different each time:


Step 2: Open Control Panel from Start menu and search for Folder Options. Go to Folder Options window, under View tab, tick Show hidden files and folders and non-tick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK:


Step 3: Go to Uninstall a program session from Control Panel; scroll down the list to uninstall unwanted extensions:


Step 4: Press Windows+R keys together to pull up Run box and type in regedit to open Registry Editor. Delete registry values associating with this hijacker:


Step 5: Change home page(s) on browsers back from Http:// pop-up or any other unknown random URLs: (Google Chrome)



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To conclude: Http:// pop-up is a misleading domain that contains lots of unwanted pop-ups. Users who have been affected by this hijacker will be blocked by these pop-ups from accessing websites. How to completely block these annoying pop-ups and restore browsers back to normal again? For most users, running security scans via malware protection tools may be the only option which often turns out to be no help at all. Most browser hijackers can not only escape from the detections from these protection tools, but uncompress folders containing other malware directly to memory to avoid being detected. Thus, to achieve a complete removal of this hijacker as well as other potential threats inside the system, manual removal is the efficient solution which will require certain levels of computer knowledge to perform with accuracy.

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Published by Tony Shepherd & last updated on November 1, 2013 2:54 am

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