Campaign Notifier “Virus” – How to Remove It and Stop Ads

This article has been created to help you by explaining to you how you can remove the Campaign Notifier adware from your computer and how to stop ads coming from it permanently.

Campaign Notifier is the type of browser extension you do not want to see on your web browser. With a suspicious app ID, the Campaign Notifier app is reported to be performing info-tracking activities as well as make it possible for different types of advertisements to appear without the user’s consent. This not only results in the user’s computer slowing down, but also may pose a threat to your computer, since most of the advertisements may lead to third-party websites, whose content is not guaranteed to be safe. This is the main reason why you should read the following article and learn how to remove Campaign Notifier completely from your computer system.

Threat Summary

NameCampaign Notifier
Short DescriptionAims to modify the settings on your web browser in order to get it to cause browser redirects and display different advertisements.
SymptomsYour web browser begins to display various types of online advertisements, which results in slowing down of your PC.
Distribution MethodBundled downloads. Web pages which may advertise it.
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Campaign Notifier – How Did I Get It

The main method by which Campaign Notifier infects your computer is called software bundling. Bundling is essentially the type of activity which is used by programs that are available for free download online. Some websites that provide software downloads also modify the setups of such programs to include Campaign Notifier to be bundled within their software installers. The program may not easily (Read more...)

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