TrafficAdvance is an Italian porn-dialer that uses a compromised modem to dial international and premium-rate numbers to connect to adult-related and pornographic websites. If successful, these calls will be charged to your telephone bill. TrafficAdvance may become installed on your PC due to visiting questionable websites, or occasionally because of weak security settings on your computer.

TrafficAdvance may place more malware on your PC, which puts the security of your computer and personal information at risk. Personal passwords, business data and other search queries may be collected and sold to third parties. Malware frequently affects the performance of your PC, causing it to become slow. You may receive incessant pop-up ads and your browser may redirect. Malware affects the performance of your computer because it takes up a large amount of system resources, as well as memory.

To remove TrafficAdvance, you may see if you can locate it in the add/remove programs section in the control panel. Otherwise, it will be necessary to detect all related files that exist in your Windows registry and delete them. Manual removal is a difficult process that can cause severe damage to your PC, so it is not advised. The recommended action is to use a reputable antispyware tool like Spyzooka, which removes 100% of infections, parasites and other security threats with one scan.


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  1. Demi Clarke says:

    Every time I scanned my PC, my antivirus software gave the message that Dialer.Trafficadvance was found.
    Every next scan the same thing happened. Today I found help, and effectively indeed, by downloading SpyZooka. All found spyware is deleted!

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