It is definitely annoying when your browsing sessions are constantly interrupted by random pop-ups. Therefore, there are a lot of add-ons that help you avoid these nuisances. However, there are also a lot of supposedly “good” programs like AllstarAdBlocker that promise to block annoying pop-ups, but they instead they generate even more commercial ads themselves. AllstarAdBlocker is not a genuine ad blocker. It is an adware application that intends to make profits by redirecting you to affiliated websites. Do not become another puppet in this big scam and remove AllstarAdBlocker from your computer at once.
Luckily, we know exactly where AllstarAdBlocker comes from, so we know how to deal with it. It is easy to uninstall the application via Control panel because it has an entry on the list of installed programs. AllstarAdBlocker is very similar to RealDeal, TicTacCoupon, SaveOn, TopDeal, and other adware applications that are distributed via InstallRex and sometimes Amonetize installers. This means that AllstarAdBlocker is part of a big adware family that enters target computers when users download and install freeware applications from third-party file sharing and torrent websites. You probably do not even notice how this program enters your computer because you are too preoccupied with something else.
We can find the official website for this application at allstaradblocker.info. However, there is no download button at the website, so it’s clear that the direct download is impossible. On top of that, the homepage says that with AllstarAdBlocker you can “now freely search and watch any video over the web without being paralyzed by the presence of these ads.” Unfortunately, this does not protect you from commercial ads that AllstarAdBlocker displays itself.
If that weren’t enough, AllstarAdBlocker also tracks your web browsing habits because it needs to generate your online profile. When the adware program knows your likes and preferences, it can display customized ads whenever you access supported websites. For the most part, AllstarAdBlocker ads are more annoying than dangerous, but you should not rule out the possibility of potential malicious exploitation. Adware programs are often misused by cyber criminals to promote corrupted content and even to distribute malware.
Hence, if you want to avoid serious computer security issues, you will remove AllstarAdBlocker immediately. Follow the instructions below to uninstall the application manually, and invest in a licensed antispyware tool that will help you delete all the other potential threats because you clearly have some running. Do everything it takes to safeguard your computer.
Windows Vista & Windows 7