“Why do I see this page?” is a heading of warning which appears on your browser when you attempt to access Google, Yahoo, YouTube, MySpace, Twitter and other websites. According to the warning, in order to visit a particular website, you are supposed to take part in an online survey. Here is how the rest of the warning reads:
We have noticed some unusual activity from You recently.
To get access to all of these pages again please verify that You are a human.
After completing a survey You will receive instructions how to access these pages again.
We’re sorry to cause You any discomfort and hope You understand.
The message does not contain the sender of the warning which may arouse suspicion to some computer users. It is important to remove this browser hijacker so that no traffic of additional computer infections is driven to your PC.
The infection Why do I see this page? can also redirect you malicious websites, which means that it is able to alter Windows Hosts file. If you were to open the hosts file, you would find that it contains some additional lines which constrain you from accessing Ebay, IMBD, Paypay and other domains.
It is hard to tell what is the actual culprit for the changes made to the system as Why do I see this page? can get to the PC in different ways. It can be a spam email attachment, a link to a website or any other technique that is used for infected a computer with malware.
We advise you against completing the survey provided by the fake warning as you will be asked to enter your phone number. By agreeing to participate in the survey, you also agree that you have to pay 5 U.S. dollars weekly for a worthless service.
Instead of trying to get access through the options presented by the warning, you should install a reliable spyware removal tool which will remove the threat and guard the computer so that it does not get affected by this or other types of malware.
Thinking of what program to used in order to remove “Why do I see this page?”? We suggest using SpyHunter as this anti-spyware program is used to remove even more dangerous threats, including ransomware infection and data-stealing Trojans. However, you can also try changing the settings of the browsers manually. To do so, follow our instructions below.
As these changes may be insufficient, you should scan the PC with our free scanner. Click on the download button and acquire an application which will easily determine whether any computer threats are running in the background of the system.