Zombie Alert is an adware application that is hardly useful. It is supposed to help you access news on Zombies, but the questions is why someone would ever want that. It is very likely that the application has arrived at your system bundled with freeware, so the chances are that Zombie Alert is not the only potentially unwanted application currently installed on your PC. Luckily, you can uninstall Zombie Alert manually, but do check for other applications as well. If you are not sure which programs might be risky, scan your PC with SpyHunter free scanner.
This application can actually be downloaded at zombiealertapp.com. However, unless you are a zombie groupie, it is very doubtful that you will stumble across this website and download Zombie Alert. Just as the application’s name says – the program collects data via news.google.com on anything that has a “zombie” keyword in it, to warn you about the oncoming zombie attack.
Our research team is very strict when it comes to evaluating such applications – there is nothing useful about Zombie Alert and you should be weary of this program, because it is a clone of Websteroids and Share Anything adware applications. The fact that some files and registry entries of these applications are the same only confirms it.
It is very likely that Zombie Alert has been installed onto your computer bundled with New Player. It happens when you click pop-up ads on unfamiliar websites. If you see an advertisement that offers you to download a FLV player or Java update, do not even think of clicking it! Updates should be downloaded from official websites only, and downloading an upgrade from an unknown source will only result in additional adware installation.
Since Zombie Alert is a free app, it needs to support itself somehow and it does that by displaying commercial ads when you access online shopping websites. These ads may seem to be useful, but rather than helping you purchase something at an optimal price, Zombie Alert can actually expose you to potentially dangerous content. Such adware apps do not review whatever links are embedded into their pop-ups, so if you click it, you could be redirected to a commercial website that will make you participate in an online marketing query, or even worse – in the long run you could be infected with malware.
You need to prevent any type of undesirable consequences and that starts with remove Zombie Alert from the PC. This application can be terminated manually through Control Panel, but we still recommend checking for other potential threats, because adware apps and pop-ups may be the first sign that there is something off with your computer security. In case you have any further questions on Zombie Alert or how to delete it, please do not hesitate to contact us by leaving a comment below.
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