pop ups from pron sites?

how do i block prono sites from popping up, my grand children use my pc from time to time and theses sites come up all the time, grrr, i hate them, please help me to block all there sites or tell me how, thanks

8 Answers

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

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  • 4 years ago

    The best way that I've found to keep from getting pop-ups like crazy... is to back up anything you want to keep on your computer (things that can't be re-installed, ie: photos, some documents... things like that) and format your entire drive... then, when re-installing windows, partition the drive into two parts, the first partition, C:\ around 10 gigabytes, and the second partition with the rest of the space... keep only your Windows installation and other system installations (like AIM or Yahoo Messenger) on the C drive as well... then keep whatever else you want (games, photos, music, etc.) on the other drive... whenever your computer becomes too cluttered, you can re-format the C drive and keep the other drive full of things... it only takes about a half hour to format the C drive and GUARANTEES that you get rid of all of the spyware crap... it'll make your computer run like it did when you first bought it ^_^ Secondly, don't go to websites that are shady enough to have spyware downloads on the sites (ahem, like pr0n sites)... you really only get those things from sites like that anyway... you could get a pop-up blocking browser, also... I recommend Avant Browser (or FireFox... lots of people swear by it... but I like my Avant more ^_^) It might sound kind of difficult to format and all that... but if you find somebody who knows what they're doing (preferably a friend... and not an overcharging computer store) it's not too difficult... By keeping my drives separated and able to be re-formatted, using pop-up blocking browsers, and not going to shady pr0n sites... you can basically eliminate spyware on your computer ^_^ *NOTE* This won't work if you have a Dell/HP/Compaq etc. store-bought computer... they partition the drives themselves and make it a hassle to do it this way... Oh, and you haven't suffered "a virus attack" that's just silly ^_^

  • L S
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago

    It sounds like perhaps you haven't sufficient security on your computer and/or you may have viruses on there which are causing the popups. I suggest two strategies; run through a cleaning guide to make sure the computer is clear of problems, and then also installing appropriate protective programs.

    Install programs like Spybot Search and Destroy, My Wot and a net nanny kind of program (filtering program) which a lot of national and/or state governments offer for free on their websites. Also, Firefox with NoScript stops some codes from being able to run, which might be infecting your computer or allowing inappropriate pop-ups. And adding AdBlock keeps a lot of risque ads from appearing.

    Spybot and similar programs should be allowed to set all the security in place that they can - they will add a whole bunch of web sites to a blocked list.

    http://spybot.com (This link will redirect you to Safer Networking, who are the people who make Spybot - avoid using other links that have spybot in the address because there are quite a few fake sites pushing dangerous Spybot counterfeits.)

    My Wot puts coloured circles beside links in searches and emails to warn you about the security and appropriateness of a site for children. It also forces you to respond to a security alert screen if you click on a link that takes you to a site that WOT has listed as dangerous.

    Here are some useful links to help you:

    If you think the computer might need cleaning of viruses:


    If you want to check your computer is as safe from attack as possible, since a successful attack is one way that computers can be fed **** site pop ups:


    Firefox (install it first and then visit the pages for addons and click on "Add to Firefox): http://getfirefox.com

    NoScript addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/722

    My WOT addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/345...

    (My WOT can be added to Internet Explorer too - choose to Run if given that choice and if not, download it and then try Open or Run or double-click on the downloaded file to install it: http://www.mywot.com/en/download/ie )

    AdBlock Plus addon: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/1865

    All the links I have given you are safe and reputable.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Your system is probably infected.

    Do a full anti virus and anti spyware scan to remove the infections.

    Make sure you have good anti virus software installed and keep it up to date.

    If you dont have one get it now, it's esential.

    Go to my web site download AVG free, install it, update it and run it.


    Source(s): Im a free lance PC tech.
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  • 1 decade ago

    You might have spyware on your computer. Look for a good antivirus or program to get rid of it.

  • 1 decade ago

    you got a kinda spyware or adware ..... download superantispyware and malwarebytes antimalware from http://www.download.com

    (search for superantispyware and malwarebytes in the search box)

    and run a update and run a full scan ,,,,,,

    visit my site for more tips and tricks-


  • 1 decade ago

    Just cut the connection da..

  • 1 decade ago

    use adblock in firefox..........

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