Getting pop-ups from enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com? If those pop-ups also sneak through the built-in pop-up blockers in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer, you most likely have some adware installed on your machine. I’ll give some advice on how to remove the enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com pop-up in this blog post.
The enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com removal is pretty straightforward, I uninstalled the adware that was installed on my machine with help from the FreeFixer removal tool. The adware were BlockAndSurf, Browser Warden and Tiny Wallet. In my case, BlockAndSurf was responsible for the pop-ups. Please keep in mind, that the enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com pop-ups can be launched by other variants of adware. I think Safer-Surf and CheckMeUp, SpeedCheck and Salus can also be responsible for the pop-ups.
Tip: If you are having problems to determine whether a file or setting in FreeFixer’s scan result is good or bad, please have a look at the information shown on the More Info page, which appears when clicking on the More Info link as shown in the screenshot below. It will show a VirusTotal scan which can be useful when trying to determine whether to keep or remove the file.
Hope that stopped the enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com pop-ups on your machine.
What adware did you uninstall on your machine to get rid of the enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com ads? Thank you very much for sharing and helping other users in the same situation.
Thank you for reading and welcome back! I’m going to follow up this one with more info later today or tomorrow.
Update 2014-10-30: Below is the full URL for the pop-up when I spotted it in Chrome. It mentions the datropy.com domain (wkj.datropy.com), it also sends the name of the adware to the server, in this case SaferSurf. The URL also contains www.google.se, which was the web site I was visiting when the pop-up appeared. The URL also contains WhiteLabelBidRequestHandlerServlet, indicating that something in the back-end is written in Java.
Based on the traffic I’m getting to this blog post it appears that there’s a large number of users having problems with the enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com pop-ups. The Alexa traffic rank today shows that the enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com site has reached a global rank of 26153 in just a few days.
4 thoughts on “How To Remove enh.guzzlepraxiscommune.com Pop-Up Ads”
FreeFixer is no use if it does not tell you which files need to be removed.
What a pointless piece of software. The average user would have no clue what he was doing with it . Virtually everything is lists can be obtained by using task manager.
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