If you have noticed NewYTadBlocker ads on your browser window, your computer has been infected by an adware application called NewYTadBlocker. The only way to remove NewYTadBlocker ads is to delete the program that generates them. Do not worry; you will not miss it later, because this adware provides no real benefit. It only tracks your Internet browsing to determine your hobbies and accordingly adjust the ads it shows.
To provide more reasons to delete NewYTadBlocker ads from your browser, we should tell you about the pay-per-click scheme that is used to monetize advertisements. Adware developers have many partners, and NewYTadBlocker ads always redirect you to one of their partner websites. With each advert you click on, the partners pay adware developers a small amount of money for increasing web traffic to their website. Needless to say, you do not get a single dime out of the deal.
While seemingly innocent, this activity is a cause for concern, because the people who run NewYTadBlocker ads disclaim any responsibility for the content of their third-party partners’ websites. Adware is also known to lead to websites containing even more adware and, in rare cases, malware. Due to this, our recommendation is to delete NewYTadBlocker.
Another cause for concern is the distribution of NewYTadBlocker. It turns out that this JustPlugIt adware application gets on your system via bundles of free programs. The bundle installer called InstallRex, which is responsible for the distribution of NewYTadBlocker in most cases, is downloaded on your system when you click fake download links on websites related to piracy and other file sharing systems. We believe that you should remove the software distributed via shady download websites. This only becomes more certain when you know how freeware bundles work.
Freeware bundling operates by taking a useful program and offering several optional programs that are installed on your system during the setup. You will have to remove them later, because they are quite useless. It is much better to know how to avoid them entirely. The only way to do it, is to uncheck boxes offering to install these programs. The problem is that most computer users rush through the setup wizard and leave these boxes checked. When the installation is done, you are very likely to find several undesirable applications you will have to delete later. Some of them could be adware, browser hijackers, or other malicious software.
You can remove NewYTadBlocker ads manually or automatically. The automated removal using professional antispyware tools is superior, because they scan your system and delete all threats. You can get rid of NewYTadBlocker ads by following our manual removal instructions; however, this will not delete any other threat that might be present on your system.
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