[Figure 1.SiteAdware graphical user interface]
Also, when active, SiteAdware will display fake security alerts and various misleading pop-ups very frequently, likely every one minute or so. Sometimes it even won't let you do anything. Those fake security alerts state that your computer is infected and that your should purchase Site Adware to clean your computer. Well, first of all, SiteAdware is an infection itself. Obviously, it won't remove anything. Secondly, if you decide to purchase it, you will simply lose your money and that's all.
What makes this infection even more annoying is that the rogue program hijacks Internet Explorer and redirect to various misleading websites or blocks normal websites claiming that Internet connection is compromised and you may infect your PC. As you can, see Site Adware is just another application that should be removed without ant doubts. Please use the manual removal guide below or an automatic removal tool to remove SiteAdware from your computer. Of you have inadvertently purchased it, contact your credit card company and dispute the charges. Related files: Uninstall.exe
• Changes browser settings
• Shows commercial adverts
• Connects itself to the internet
• Stays resident in background
SiteAdware manual removal
Delete registry values:
C:\Program Files\SiteAdware Software
C:\Program Files\SiteAdware Software\SiteAdware
C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\SiteAdware
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