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Notifications from pushlommy.com & pushame.com

When I turned my system on this morning I had notifications from pushlommy.com & pushame.com saying that they "had been updated in the background", "your system is damaged! Click to fix errors & cleanup the OS", & "Google Chrome found (2) viruses! Click here to fix it immediately!". There's also A LOT of ads in the notifications. The last couple days I've been getting notifications in reference to people's pictures. Obviously, I've not clicked on any of these. HELPPPP!!!! Shocked

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I also face the same issue

I also face the Sam disuse, when I switch on my phone I received like tons of messages from pushlommy.com, which is pretty irritating

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Well, shoot!

Well, I know about as much as you do. LOL The one thing I do know is to NOT click/tap them. I was going to flag this post to be deleted this morning, because, I didn't put my system information in here, and, I have noticed a few things that are different on my system. Instead, I'm going to just put it as a reply to this. You also, need to edit your comment, or do another reply with your phone information in it. I would suggest editing your original reply so they know who's information is who's.

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Last Thursday when I turned my system on I had notifications from pushlommy.com & pushame.com saying that they "had been updated in the background", "your system is damaged! Click to fix errors & cleanup the OS", & "Google Chrome found (2) viruses! Click here to fix it immediately!". There's also A LOT of ads in the notifications. The last couple days I've been getting notifications in reference to people's pictures. Obviously, I've not clicked on any of these. I have also noticed that sync is paused in the Chrome settings & it tells me to sign in to resume sync. I did not see anything in the “This PC>Downloads” folder that was download around last Thursday. It is listed on malwares.com“. A scheduled Norton Security Deluxe 2017 full system virus scan was ran yesterday morning and nothing was detected. While looking at my installed apps in the settings I noticed that several of the original programs, (MS Solitaire Collection, which I’ve played since I’ve had this computer, shows as being installed on 8/27/2018. There’s no listing for date installed or modified in the “Settings MS Solitaire Collection” window. The next app that I’ve used since I got the system in the list’s “Calculator MS Corporation” being installed on 8/21/2018. I did not see any duplicate programs. I am running Windows 10 on a HP 750-114 64-bit system. HELPPPP!!!! ”

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I see Chrome mentioned.
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Chrome in relation to pushlommy.com Notifications

R Proffitt,
Yes I am using the Chrome browser. However, these come up when I boot up my system. It shows a number (however many there are at the moment) over a note icon that's in the bottom right corner in the taskbar. I usually get notifications from HP here. I Googled pushlommy.com and it does pull up a page from malware.com. But, it or pushame doesn't show up in my extensions or programs.

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Chrome is known to run in the background.

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