Total Blocker browser extension (Free Guide)

Total Blocker browser extension Removal Guide

What is Total Blocker browser extension?

Total Blocker is a browser extension that disrupts your online browsing experience by injecting ads on the sites you visit and intercepting search results

Total Blocker adwareTotal Blocker is an adware-type program usually installed unintentionally

Total Blocker is an application you might install when looking for an extension that could block advertisements on various websites for you. In other cases, you might simply find it one day running on your Google Chrome or another browser seemingly out of nowhere – this happens due to the popular but questionable distribution technique known as bundling.[1]

The truth is that Total Blocker is a fake ad-blocking app that, instead of protecting users from ads, inserts them everywhere they go (including websites and search results) and even redirects them to suspicious websites. This is also one of the reasons why it is categorized as adware, which is a type of potentially unwanted software.

Besides displaying pop-ups, deals, offers, and other annoying apps, it may also track various user data in the background, increasing the risk of having one's privacy breached.

Name Total Blocker
Type Adware, potentially unwanted browser extension
Distribution Software bundling, misleading ads, third-party websites
Symptoms Shows intrusive advertisements of dubious nature and redirects to sponsored sites
Risks Installation of potentially unwanted software, such as browser hijackers; redirects can also lead to other malicious websites, resulting in monetary loss or personal data disclosure to unknown parties
Removal To remove PUPs manually, you can follow our removal guide below. If the unwanted ads do not stop, you should scan your computer with security software
Other steps After adware elimination, make sure you clean your browsers to prevent data tracking. FortectIntego can significantly quicken this process

What is adware and is it dangerous?

Adware such as Total Blocker is pervasive across the web, but its reliability can be dubious as developers often prioritize monetization or advertisements over user experience and safety. Consequently, numerous security providers flag Adware whenever it's installed on a device – cautioning users of its potential risks.

Developers of adware habitually utilize insecure networks for advertising, which leads to users seeing low-quality ads. Not only can these be highly intrusive and annoying but they may also prove to be malicious. For instance, those affected are more likely to encounter phishing[2] websites or advices that suggest downloading potentially unwanted programs.

Not only are users exposed to potentially dangerous advertisements, but their data is also collected and tracked. This information can include location details, ISP info, search queries, the websites visited and more. These records may then be shared with or sold to third parties, which reduces the level of protection associated with that data.

Fake ad-blockers are common

It goes without saying that most users are unwilling to see intrusive ads when they read news articles or visit entertainment websites. This is why so many opt to employ an ad-blocker – a small application that can effectively block the code that is meant to spawn an ad upon entry.

Total Blocker virusTotal Blocker is meant to block ads, but instead, it shows more of them

While it may sound great, this can come with several downfalls. First of all, these apps can be not allowed on some sites, i.e., users are asked to disable them before they can enter. In other cases, ad-blockers can even break elements of the page, resulting in users not being able to view the page correctly. Also, they prevent monetization by content creators, which is not a good thing in many cases.

Finally, there are plenty of apps that are are straight out fake, and Total Blocker is one of them. Other examples include Free Ad Blocker Pro, Boss Blocker, Ad Blocker App, and many others of a similar nature. They show intrusive ads instead of blocking them, which negates the whole purposes of this application. Thus, if you want to use an ad-blocking app, you should choose wisely, as some of them can turn out to be malicious.

Remove adware and take care of your privacy

It is imperative to scan your system with a powerful anti-malware tool such as SpyHunter 5Combo Cleaner or Malwarebytes prior to commencing the removal process of the virus. As adware may attempt to infiltrate through various deceptive means, it's likely that there could be malicious programs installed on a deeper level – they might be obfuscated under legitimate processes and never appear in an app list. Security software should always remain your go-to choice for protection against all kinds of malware threats.

When it comes to Total Blocker removal, you need to access browser settings and eliminate it from there. Here how this process looks on various browsers:

Google Chrome

  • Open Google Chrome, click on the Menu (three vertical dots at the top-right corner) and select More tools > Extensions.
  • In the newly opened window, you will see all the installed extensions. Uninstall all the suspicious plugins that might be related to the unwanted program by clicking Remove.Remove extensions from Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

  • Open Mozilla Firefox browser and click on the Menu (three horizontal lines at the top-right of the window).
  • Select Add-ons.
  • In here, select unwanted plugin and click Remove.Remove extensions from Firefox

MS Edge

  • Open Edge and click select Settings > Extensions.
  • Delete unwanted extensions by clicking Remove.Remove extensions from Chromium Edge


  • Click Safari > Preferences…
  • In the new window, pick Extensions.
  • Select the unwanted extension and select Uninstall.Remove extensions from Safari

After you have successfully uninstalled the extension, it is essential to clear out your browser caches. Adware is notorious for its ability to collect user-specific data such as IP addresses, cookies[3] and websites visited, links clicked on, device technical information among other things. You can either remove cached files quickly with FortectIntego maintenance utility or opt for manual elimination steps as explained below:

Google Chrome

  • Click on Menu and pick Settings.
  • Under Privacy and security, select Clear browsing data.
  • Select Browsing history, Cookies and other site data, as well as Cached images and files.
  • Click Clear data.Clear cache and web data from Chrome

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click Menu and pick Options.
  • Go to Privacy & Security section.
  • Scroll down to locate Cookies and Site Data.
  • Click on Clear Data…
  • Select Cookies and Site Data, as well as Cached Web Content and press Clear.Clear cookies and site data from Firefox

MS Edge

  • Click on Menu and go to Settings.
  • Select Privacy and services.
  • Under Clear browsing data, pick Choose what to clear.
  • Under Time range, pick All time.
  • Select Clear now.Clear browser data from Chroum Edge


  • Click Safari > Clear History…
  • From the drop-down menu under Clear, pick all history.
  • Confirm with Clear History.Clear cookies and website data from Safari
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Alternative Software
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Alternative Software
Different software has a different purpose. If you didn’t succeed in fixing corrupted files with Intego, try running Combo Cleaner.

How to prevent from getting adware

Choose a proper web browser and improve your safety with a VPN tool

Online spying has got momentum in recent years and people are getting more and more interested in how to protect their privacy online. One of the basic means to add a layer of security – choose the most private and secure web browser. Although web browsers can't grant full privacy protection and security, some of them are much better at sandboxing, HTTPS upgrading, active content blocking, tracking blocking, phishing protection, and similar privacy-oriented features. However, if you want true anonymity, we suggest you employ a powerful Private Internet Access VPN – it can encrypt all the traffic that comes and goes out of your computer, preventing tracking completely.


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Olivia Morelli
Olivia Morelli - Ransomware analyst

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