Adware.NoName is also termed a “flooder,” which is a program that overloads a connection with fast pinging. This activity causes a DOS or “Denial of Service” attack, Ping of Death attack, or HTTP Overload attack.
Does this sound like a foreign language to you? Basically, a DOS attack is where a user is denied services of a specific resource. This is also called “botnet,” attack. Most times, DOS attacks are not for the purpose of stealing your personal information. Instead it results in temporary loss of Internet connectivity.
This may all sound harmless “temporary loss” of service, but a DOS attack can also destroy programming and files, which makes it a threat to all PC users.
As you can imagine, it is recommended that you remove this threat immediately to prevent any harm to your computer and potential release of your personal information. The easiest way to do this is with reliable spyware removal software such as ZookaWare PC Cleaner. Not all anti-spyware programs have the ability to fight the stubborn NoName adware application, so don’t be fooled by the false claims that many software companies make promising you the world. ZookaWare PC Cleaner will guarantee removal or it costs you nothing. In fact, you can scan for PC for free and then follow the easy steps to clear your PC of NoName and other threats that may be hiding out.
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