A pop-up named zdputa.com is giving him the fake message about java update.
"I have an issue when using Chrome browser. It is not evident when I use another browser.
It does not occur on every web site; twitter and gmail don’t seem to be affected. But, most other are.
After a web page is accessed, as it loads, a pop-up window appears that tells me some web site (example: zdputa.com) is warning that the Java Version is outdated and has security risks. If I click the X box to close, the pop-up will open one, two or more times. Each time, there is a new address, but that is all. After a couple of closures, the web page is redirected to what sorta looks like a Java web page. But it is not a java.com or anything like it."
zdputa.com, like other sorts of adware, plays disguising game again.
Typically, it is distributed via:
- your freeware or shareware downloading and installing as a bundled component
- your browsing the corrupted sites with exploit code that automatically installs malware
- your opening the infected email attachment
A tip for you to prevent the similar issue in the future: always choose Customize Installation to view each step to uncheck the unfamiliar or suspect programs. Scan your computer by Spyhunter regularly to fix the system loopholes.