Web.mappingdo.net Popup - How To Remove?


Web.mappingdo.net is an adware which can be added to Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer or Google Chrome. It is listed as a PUP (potentially unwanted program) because of many ads that are shown to users having infected computers.

The web.mppingdo.net pop-up can show promotions at any time and any site that you are visiting. If this incident happens to you, it means that your computer has been infected with an adware. If you click on one of those ads you will earn money for this adware creators. They use pop-up ads to generate traffic to the third party websites. It works as a web browser plugin and, as mentioned before, is compatible with all most popular browsers.

Usually Web.mappingdo.net app is installed via free software downloaded from the Internet. It is bundled with other programs and can be installed alongside without users knowledge. If your PC is infected whenever you start your web browser Web.mappingdo.net pop-up will appear in a new tab. Typically it offers to update your software, for example Java or Flash Player. If you click on one of those ads you will not update your software but download another adware application. This could be toolbars, browser hijackers or other type of PUP.

Web.mappingdo.net shows ads on whatever website you are on and disturbs your browsing that way. This domain is not malicious itself but an adware which is used by the owners of it is malicious.

In order to avoid this unwanted program on your PC you should be really careful installing new software. Always find out what is being installed alongside your wanted application. This should help to keep out of trouble. If your computer is already infected try our removal tutorial to get rid of it.

Using Control Panel to remove the main Web.mappingdo.net popup components and installers

  1. Go to Control Panel. On Windows XP/Vista/7 open Start -> Control Panel , Add/Remove Programs or Uninstall . On Windows 8 enter Control Panel in the search box, then look for Uninstall a program. You may need to confirm that you are the administrator on this PC, in both cases.
  2. Look for Web.mappingdo.net and /or similar looking items on the list of programs. By default, I recommend removing Yontoo, WebCake, anything “savings” or “coupon” related. Scanning with Anti-Malware programs like Spyhunter or Stopzilla might give a good idea of what programs you should remove from there as well.
  3. Close Control Panel.

Removing Web.mappingdo.net popup from Internet Explorer

  1. Press Wench icon->Manage Add-ons.
  2. Go through Toolbars and extensions. Remove everything related to Web.mappingdo.net and items you do not know that are made not by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Oracle or Adobe.
  3. Close the Options.

Removing Web.mappingdo.net popup from Firefox

  1. Enter about:addons in URL field.
  2. Go through Extensions and Addons list, remove everything Web.mappingdo.net related and items you do not recognise. If you do not know the extension and it is not made by Mozilla, Google, Microsoft, Oracle or Adobe probably you do not need it.
  3. Optionally, reset Firefox: go to Firefox ->Help (Help in menu for OSX users) -> Troubleshooting Information. Then Reset Firefox.

Removing Web.mappingdo.net popup from Chrome

  1. Enter chrome://extensions in url field.
  2. Go through extensions list and remove programs you do not need, especially similar to Web.mappingdo.net. If unsure, you can disable them temporarily.
  3. Restart Chrome.
  4. Optionally, you can enter chrome://settings in URL bar , press Advanced settings, scroll to the bottom of the list and press Reset browser settings.


  1. If you found an extension that can’t be removed from the browser, it has either to be removed from Control Panel or with antimalware programs (like Spyhunter, malwarebytes) or program uninstallers  (like RevoUninstaller).

Automatic Web.mappingdo.net popup removal tools

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April 28, 2014 00:56, May 22, 2014 04:31

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