'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up

What is 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up?

If you see a 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up while browsing, it is quite possible that your PC has been compromised and malware infections has slithered on. Our malware experts at anti-spyware-101.com say that this is a new fake alert that may scam you by making you believe that you can get a "must-have" product like an iPhone X for $1 or even as a present when you buy something else. The malicious program responsible for this fake alert can also extract personal information from victims, which can be used, for example, to customize these fake alerts depending on your location and your browser. In other words, these fake alerts are indeed randomly generated fake pop-up links that can be different for users in different parts of the world. We recommend that you remove 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up immediately, before you may end up on a malicious site or infect your computer with further threats.

Where does 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up come from?

Even if it is not likely, your computer may not actually be infected. In this case, you may still be exposed to such a fake alert. How? For example, when you click on the wrong content while surfing. This can easily happen if you are visiting a suspicious website, such as a file-sharing, an online gaming, a betting, a dating, and a porn site. These websites are mostly considered as promoters of unsafe third-party advertisements and other concealed contents (e.g., fake buttons). One click on a corrupt ad and you could drop a whole bundle of malicious  threats or, as in this case, you may be redirected to a page displaying a fake alert or directly exposed to a pop-up with a fake alert. All in all, it is possible that you can simply delete 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up if you close your browser.

Unfortunately, this will not be sufficient in most cases since it is more likely that your PC is, in fact, infected with malware. As we have mentioned in the previous paragraph, you can easily infect your computer with a bundle of threats if you happen to click on a compromised ad or link after landing on a questionable website. Or, when you download free software from one of the many shady torrent or shareware sites. If you have installed a software package lately, it is more than likely that you have infected your computer with multiple threats. This is why it is essential that after you delete 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up, you also use a reliable malware scanner tool to identify all possible threat sources.

How does 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up work?

This fake alert comes as randomly generated fake pop-up links, which were created to extract personal information from users. The fake alert you may see in your browser could be customized according to your location, browser, and even your Internet provider. In our case, these fake alerts popped up promoting a fake iPhone X campaign: "yourlink.online/iphone-en2/?device=generic%20web%20browser%20Desktop&isp=%20usa%20ab&aref=http%3A%2F%2Frnpol.adsb4trk.com%2Fsite%2Fredirectpage%3Fsid%3D69143%26hv%3Dszmoq5a7c46df4dd77310606966%26hid%3D325556#b" and "organizejobs.net/r/iphonex18/?transaction_id=6-82-d0322932-063d-49cc-9604-cc0c4f6bc86a&sub_id=41549&c3=pub&c2=kimia&c1=kUS25FT309H5K010034M18NC803K4GWF0TPC0QMc8fJV00GU017H800". It is important that you notice that these are all fake and that you do not engage with these alerts since you could harm your computer more seriously. Instead of clicking on these, we suggest that you remove 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up as soon as you can.

How can I delete 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up?

If you are exposed to this fake alert, chances are you have installed malicious browser extensions or other threats, which can possibly be removed by resetting your main browsers, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Internet Explorer. Please follow our instructions below if you are ready to act. If you want to make sure that there are no suspicious or possible harmful applications on your system, you can also uninstall all questionable apps via Control Panel. Nevertheless, the best way to protect your computer from present and future threats is to install a trustworthy anti-malware program, such as SpyHunter. Also, remember to update all your programs, including your browsers, your security software, and your drivers (Java and Flash), because cyber crooks can exploit outdated version bugs.

Remove 'YouTube Reward Center' Pop-Up from your browsers

Google Chrome

  1. Tap Alt+F and go to Settings.
  2. Scroll down and click Advanced.
  3. Scroll down and click Reset.
  4. Press Reset.

Internet Explorer

  1. Tap Alt+T and pick Internet Options.
  2. Select the Advanced tab and click Reset.
  3. Tick the Delete personal settings checkbox.
  4. Press Reset and click Close.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Tap Alt+H and open Troubleshooting Information.
  2. Click Refresh Firefox and click Refresh Firefox again in the pop-up window. 100% FREE spyware scan and
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