qcksrv.com Malware Warning

I just noticed this morning that when using Google Chrome, I am always having malware warning about potential virus threat. It’s been a couple of weeks since I used Chrome so I suspect that virus is there days ago and haven’t noticed of the infection. Every time I open a site, this warning will appear.

“Danger: Malware ahead!
Google chrome has blocked access to this page.
Content from www.qcksrv.com, a known malware distributor, has been inserted into this web page. Visiting this page now is very likely to infect your computer with malware.”
It appears on the message that the web site I’m trying to visit is the one infected with virus. However, I still cannot rule out the issue because as I’ve said, the warning will appear on every web site I am trying to open. Thus, suspect that my computer is somehow infected with a virus or malware.

How can I stop qcksrv.com malware warning? If my computer is compromised, what are the tools I can use to automate the removal process? I am not a tech person so please don’t suggest manual editing of registries and files.
Thanks
Gibbs22

1 Response

  1. Rafael says:

    As I understand, there are some plug-ins causing Google Chrome to issue a warning on qcksrv.com virus. If you have recently installed an extension, remove or disable it first. See if the warning persists after you have disabled. Some of the known extensions that may cause this issue are Yontoo, Conduit, 215 Apps, Allow Right Click, Gmail Send, Ruul, and BlowFish.

    Scanning the computer with other security program aside from the one that is installed on the PC may also clarify if it is indeed infected with virus. Free programs you may use are AdwCleaner, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, Rogue Killer, and SuperAntispyware.