How to Remove Constant Fun ads from Chrome, Firefox or IE in several easy steps? Follow the Ads by Constant Fun removal instructions and you will stop the virus.
Constant fun is supposed to improve your web browsing, however, it will flood your screen with numerous third-party ads instead. These ads are likely to be labeled as “Ads by Constant fun”, “Brought by Constant fun”, or something similar, so it will be easy for you to recognize them. The ads will appear in different forms such as pop-ups, web banners, in-text ads, and others. No matter how they are presented to you, you should avoid clicking Constant fun ads because they will send you to possibly corrupted websites. This will result in a number of security-related issues that you will have to deal with afterwards. Do not wait until it is too late and remove the Constant fun adware now to prevent future problems.
Where does this comes from?
Most of the applications developed by adware creators are provided with homepages which are rather useless. If you find one it will be no particular information about the functionality of the application. You will also not be able to download it from the web page because the big green download button is not active. This should not surprise you because the adware created is never distributed officially. It usually arrives on the system bundled with freeware that users download from unreliable third-party websites. Another way for Constant fun and other members of this adware family to get installed on your PC is when you click different pop-up ads that will show up on the websites you visit. In both cases you could easily prevent the infiltration of adware simply by avoiding certain activities, so remember that being careful on the web will save you a lot of troubles and do your best to do that.
Is this dangerous?
Constant fun as well as all other adware from the same group have been created for monetary purposes. Their goal is to make their developers richer and that happens by promoting the content of third-party advertisers. These third parties are sponsors of Super Web and in exchange for their money their products and services are presented to a number of computer users. Although this does not sound at all dangerous, you should know that it is because those third parties are not supervised in any way by the developers of Constant fun. This means that anyone willing to pay is free to take advantage of the application’s advertising services. This includes cyber criminals. Thus, when you click an ad by Constant fun, there is a great chance that you will land on a compromised web page the only purpose of which is to spread malware. If a severe infection gains access to your system, you will experience system crashes, data and even money loss. Make your virtual security your utmost priority and prevent unpleasant consequences by removing the Constant fun adware from your computer at once.
Attention! You should be aware that all of your accounts and passwords were likely compromised. Viruses are designed to collect every piece of private information. We advise you to change all your passwords, once you clean your computer, especially if you make online banking or shopping.
How Can I Remove Constant Fun Ads?
Compatible with Microsoft
SpyHunter is the recommended Constant Fun Removal Tool. You can use the free scanner to detect the parasite, however if you want to delete it automatically you need to register the antimalware program.
What if SpyHunter failed to Detect or Remove the infection? – Find out here how to use the FREE Support.
Remove Constant Fun infection Manually
If you perform exactly the steps below you should be able to remove the Constant Fun infection. Please, follow the procedures in the exact order. you may want to print this guide or look at it in another computer.
STEP 1: Remove Constant Fun from IE, Chrome or Firefox
Constant Fun Ads will infect every browser you have. You need to do the steps one by one.
Remove From Internet Explorer
- Open Internet Explorer
- Up to the Right Click on the Gear Icon
- Go to Toolbars and Extensions
- Disable the ads by Constant Fun extension.
- If the button is not active, you need to go to your Windows Registry and delete the corresponding CLSID
- Then go back to the Gear Icon.
- Click on Internet options
- Select the Advanced tab and click on Reset.
- Check the “Delete Personal Settings Tab” and then Reset
- Restart IE
to make sure nothing is interfering with your browser, right click on the shortcut target and click properties
- In the target field you need to have the following command parameter: “C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe”
- if you have something else, just delete it and replace it.
- simultaneously press the windows start button and “R”
- in the opened dialog box type “regedit“
- Once the windows registry editor opens navigate to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/Microsoft/Internet Explorer/Main:Start Page
- Modify the starting page with a value so that it corresponds to the webpage you want.
- click OK and IE should be cleaned.
Remove from Mozilla Firefox
- Open Mozilla Firefox
- Press simultaneously Ctrl+Shift+A
- Carefully review all add-ons and disable the unknowns
- Open the Firefox’s Help Menu
- Then Troubleshoot information
- Click on Refresh Firefox
Remove from Google Chrome
- Open Google Chrome
- On the upper right corner click the Chrome menu Icon (looks like three dashes)
- Hover Over More tools, then Extensions
- in the extensions windows disable all unknown extensions
- On the upper right corner click the again the Chrome menu Icon (looks like three dashes)
- Click on Settings, Show Advanced Settings then Reset
STEP 2 : Uninstall Constant Fun from Your Computer
- Simultaneously press the Windows Logo Button and “R” to open the Run Command
- In the open dialog box type “Appwiz.cpl“
- Locate the Constant Fun program and click on uninstall/change.
- Also, be warned that viruses always want to trick you into installing more crap. If you see a screen like this when you click Uninstall, Click NO!
STEP 3 : Delete Constant Fun Windows Registry Traces
These are the places in the windows registry where viruses inject their malicious payload. If you want to be 100% sure that nothing is hooking your system, check these locations. However, be very careful when editing the windows registry, because you can render your system unbootable.
- HKLM–SOFTWARE–Microsoft–Windows NT–CurrentVersion–Winlogon–Notify
- HKLM–Software–Microsoft–Windows NT–CurrentVersion–Winlogon–Userinit
- HKCU–Software–Microsoft–Windows NT–CurrentVersion–Winlogon–Shell
- HKLM–Software–Microsoft–Windows NT–CurrentVersion–Winlogon–Shell
- HKCU–Software–Microsoft–Windows NT–CurrentVersion–Windows–load
- HKLM–Software–Microsoft–Windows NT-CurrentVersion–Windows
Where HKCU stands for HKEY_CURRENT_USER
Where HKLM stands for HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
- Check these folders for corruption as well.
C:–Documents and Settings–All Users–Start Menu–Programs–Startup
C:–user–Profiles–All Users–Start Menu–Programs–Startup
C:–Documents and Settings–All Users–Start Menu–Programs–Startup