Description is a suspicious website that may show a fake pop-up notification ‘No Java detected/Whoops! Looks like you need to get the free Java download’ on a computer system while computer users are browsing the Web. The fraudulent pop-up notification on may be shown by adware that may propagate and access the computer system while PC users are downloading free applications from unreliable download websites. The tricky pop-up warning message delivered by PC threats such as adware browser hijackers pertaining to may claim that the computer user needs to get the free Java download.

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The alert of may also show instructions to the computer user on why is it important to download and upgrade to the latest version of Java. In fact, the warning message of has nothing to do with the PC user’s Java program. The fake Java alert was produced to possibly spread adware and other potentially unwanted programs. When the computer user clicks on the ‘Free Java download’ button of pop-up warning message thinking that he will download Java or an update, he may, in truth, agree to install a potentially unwanted program or adware. Automatic Detection Tool (Recommended)

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  • The following messages's were detected:
    # Message
    1'No Java detected/Whoops! Looks like you need to get the free Java download'
Posted: March 18, 2014 | By
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Threat Metric
Threat Level: 5/10

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