Remove newplayer.us pop-up malware (removal guide)

newplayer.us pop-up advertisements can occur very frequently in web browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer on computers infected with adware. These newplayer.us pop-up advertisements frequently occur on highly visited websites such as YouTube.com and AOL.com, and will either pop-up in a new tab within the browser or a new browser window completely. The bottom line is these ads are very intrusive and annoying and should be removed immediately, which you can learn how to do by reading below.

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The newplayer.us pop-up will contain some sort of message claiming that an update is required to continue, or a file on your computer is out of date – basically anything misleading the advertiser can think of to trick the user into downloading the software offered on the page.

Common tactics to trick users into downloading the software hosted on the newplayer.us pop-up are to copy the Java.com and Adobe Flash Player download pages, including trademarked logos and copyrights. Advertisers get paid to distribute these products on a pay-per-install model, meaning everytime someone downloads and installs the software from the newplayer.us popups, an advertiser gets paid.

In order to stop receiving newplayer.us pop-up advertisements and clean and protect your PC from malware, it is recommended you follow the instructions below. Additionally, we at MalwareRescue recommend you use caution when downloading software. You should always download software from only the manufacturer of said software, and never through untrusted third-parties such as the newplayer.us pop-up.


Automatically remove newplayer.us pop-up malware

Download and install SpyHunter to detect and remove malicious files. This a a simple piece of software designed to locate and eliminate the source of the infection.

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    1. Install SpyHunter by double-clicking the downloaded file. Follow the on-screen instructions
    2. SpyHunter will automatically scan and detect threats


Manually remove newplayer.us pop-up malware from browsers

To disable and Remove newplayer.us pop-up malware from Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer, please follow the directions:

Remove newplayer.us pop-up malware for Mozilla Firefox

  • On the menu bar, click on Tools menu and then click ‘Add-ons’ — the add-ons manager tab will now open.
  • In the add-ons manager tab, select ‘Extensions or Appearance’
  • Select any unknown add-on(s) you wish to disable
  • Click ‘Remove’ button
  • Click Restart now

Remove newplayer.us pop-up malware for Google Chrome

  • Open the Chrome menu on the top right hand side of the browser.
  • Click on Tools
  • Click on Extensions
  • Click on the trash can icon next to each extension
  • Click Remove on the dialog

Remove newplayer.us pop-up malware for Internet Explorer

  • Click the Tools button and click on Manage add-ons
  • Under Show, click on All add-ons, and then do one of the following
  • Click on Disable for each add-on

Clean newplayer.us pop-up malware with Malwarebytes

Malwarebytes Anti-Malware is powerful anti-malware technology that detects and removes all signs of malware including worms, trojans, rootkits, PUPs, spyware, and much more.

  1. Download Malwarebytes Anti-Malware here and run the installer
  2. Follow the installation wizard to complete the setup process and click Finish
  3. Install Malwarebytes

  4. On the first tab labelled Scanner select Perform quick scan and then click on the Scan button to scan, detect, and remove Do-search.com Malware files
  5. Malwarebytes Quick Scan

  6. Malwarebytes will now scan your computer for malicious files
  7. Malwarebytes Scan Results

  8. When the scan has finished, click on the Show results button
  9. Malwarebytes Scan Results

  10. The results will be displayed on the screen. Make sure everything is checked and hit the Removed Selected button
  11. Malwarebytes Malware Removal


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