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Remove “One Question Site Survey” Pop-up

http://www.dreamstime.com/stock-photography-internet-privacy-image21185022“One Question Site Survey” is an annoying pop-up message that appears every time the user browses the Web. “One Question Site Survey” pop-up is associated with the presence of adware and potentially unwanted programs (PUPs) on the affected computer. The “One Question Site Survey” message is displayed in the commonly used browsers (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari, etc.).

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“One Question Site Survey” – A Survey You Do Not Want to Complete

The pop-up message from “One Question Site Survey” will ask the user for a few seconds from his time in order to complete an online survey. To make it more appealing the creators of “One Question Site Survey” offer the user the chance to win a prize – an iPad, iPhone or a monetary reward.

If the user agrees to take part in the survey, he will be asked to provide his phone number. By completing it, the user automatically agrees to pay a $5 fee for a free service he might not even need.

Experts recommend ignoring the message and taking the necessary steps to remove adware and other potentially harmful programs from the affected computer.

An example of the message displayed by “One Question Site Survey”:

→One Question Site Survey
Congratulations! Enzu Customer
Complete the short survey about Enzu service to select your exclusive reward of up to $120 cash value!

The presence of “One Question Site Survey” on your machine is also associated with intrusive online advertisements like coupons, banners, pop-ups and price comparisons.

Information about your browsing activities and search queries may be tracked and used for marketing purposes or shared with third parties. The safety of your personally identifiable information, like your email address and phone number, may also be compromised.

“One Question Site Survey” – Distribution

Adware programs usually find their way to the user’s PC through bundled downloads of different free of charge programs. Various add-ons, extensions, applications and potentially harmful programs can infiltrate your computer unnoticed. To prevent the installation of unwanted software, users are advised to pay close attention to the installation process and select the Custom installation options. This way, they can view the additional programs distributed alongside the initially downloaded program, and opt out.
Malware experts recommend choosing your download sources mindfully and being extremely careful whit the email attachments you receive.
At some point, this information may be shared with unknown third parties for advertising purposes.

How to Remove “One Question Site Survey”?

The adware responsible for the “One Question Site Survey” message is not considered a high-risk threat, but it can make your PC vulnerable to various infections. This is why it is recommended that you remove from the compromised computer immediately. Adware can be deleted manually or by using a trustworthy anti-spyware tool. Just follow the steps below to eliminate adware from your computer permanently.

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1. Remove/Uninstall "One Question Site Survey"
2. Restore the settings in your browser
3. Remove "One Question Site Survey" automatically with Spy Hunter Malware - Removal Tool.

Berta Bilbao

Berta is the Editor-in-Chief of SensorsTechForum. She is a dedicated malware researcher, dreaming for a more secure cyber space.

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