Your FLV Player is Ready to Download pop-up message is mainly created to distribute different programs throughout the entire web, which means that you should not trust it and definitely not click on it if you do not want to end up with various unfamiliar programs, for instance, advertising-supported applications. This message might appear on all the browsers, including Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, and Mozilla Firefox because it is dependent on the website that you are visiting, but not on your default browser itself. Thus, you probably understand that you just need to leave the page and you will not see Your FLV Player is Ready to Download anymore.
Our specialists have implemented a research and found out that Your FLV Player is Ready to Download message might come bundled with additional software; thus, if you click on the download button, some kind of unwanted programs might be installed alongside FLV Player. It is very probable that different kinds of advertising-supported programs might be installed without your consent, for example, Apps Hat. You should not keep any of those unwanted programs on your PC because you might be exposed to malicious software and thus infect your system. In addition, if you keep adware, it is likely that you will not be able to browse the web freely as you will see various commercial advertisements.
If you do not want to encounter this pop-up message ever again, you should definitely not visit suspicious websites. What is more, Your FLV Player is Ready to Download is not the only one; you might come across other similar pop-ups on the internet, for instance, No Java Detected, Update the latest Java version, and the like. All of them are misleading and might be a reason of different unwanted programs. Thus, we recommend that you ignore them.
Have you installed FLV Player itself? We do not recommend keeping it on your system because you might be forced to experience different annoying features that it might perform. We have provided instructions for the manual removal and you are free to use them. They will also help you to get rid of a wide range of free programs that tend to come in a bundle. However, you should still scan your system with a reliable tool, for instance, SpyHunter because it is very important to check whether there are no other existing threats running on your PC. If you upgrade this tool, it will protect your system from future threats as well.
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