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PostPosted: 23 Apr 2014, 7:37 pm
by S3xy_Vip3r
Hi everyone, I haven't been playing Minecraft for a long time now. I have lost interest in the game, anyway, this is not why I made this post :)

Have you ever dealed with text that is underlined and in colour? And then a little pop up with advertisements on it? Or when you click on something on a website and directs to a completely different site? Something like this: (If you look closely, yes, I play tribal wars :))

That is called, or Luckyleap. This is adware. This affects Mozilla, IE, Safari, Chrome etc. I posted this because this is adware is annoying. This adware can be installed on your computer with no permission from you. This adware usually works on one website, so I only see this adware on Tribal Wars, not Facebook. If you have been experiencing this on any website that you frequently use, follow these steps.

Luckily this Adware is easily spotted on your computer. Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel. Now Locate and open “Add or Remove Programs” or “PROGRAMS AND FEATURES”. Find “”. Now click Uninstall/Remove. It can also be called Lucky Leap, it can even be called interyeald, and many more, so to be on the safe side, uninstall and programs that are suspicious-looking, or any that has got to do with freebies.

Restore to default settings you web browser.

Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
Select Settings .
Click the Show advanced settings and look for the section "Reset browser settings."
Click Reset browser settings .

Click 'Firefox'
Click 'Troubleshooting Information'
Click 'Restart Firefox'

Restart your computer.

If you have Windows 8, or want to go to 'level 2 protection', visit these links.

im-infecteddotcom, Get rid of pop-up ads, (23/4/14) ... p-ads.html

ADMIN, SafeBro browse the web safely, How to remove virus. Uninstall adware, (23/4/14) ... popping-up

Frances, Anvisoft®, How to Remove InterYield In-text Ads?, (23/4/14) ... -text-ads/

Re: Luckyleap/

PostPosted: 24 Apr 2014, 10:44 am
by dale00474
Helpful post.

Thanks for that. It can be hard for users affected by things like this to find solutions at times.