Many have been seeing the “Ggongdoctor.com” pop-up in their browsers as of late, and many are wondering what it is. We took a look at it to see what it’s all about! First, the pop-up appears to be trying to get you to follow them on Facebook or Twitter. Second, clicking the X button will take you right back to where you started before the popup appeared. Finally, there doesn’t appear to be any malicious code behind this popup other than an attempt at social media marketing.
How do I get rid of the “Ggongdoctor.com” popup and related pop-ups?
“The best way to get rid of the pop-up is to close it down. You can click on the X button in the upper-left corner (which will take you back to where you were before the pop-up appeared), or click on any of your favourite websites that you want to continue.”
How do I stop all these other people trying to get me on their social media sites?
“Don’t worry! Clicking anywhere but the X button will just send them a message saying, “No thanks, I’m ok. Thanks for stopping by. – Your browser.” Clicking the X button will take you to where you were, as it sends them a message about your concern.” Obviously, this pops up every few seconds. and there is no apparent malicious code behind it. Their website doesn’t do anything and clicking anywhere but the X button takes you back to where you were.
What is “Ggongdoctor.com”?
“This popup website seems to be a marketing ploy by the pharmaceutical industry trying to get you on their social media sites. What it is, is a clever, but low-tech means of collecting information on users.”
The website says that it’s a promotion for the Ggongdoctor.com official website. Is this true?
No, It’s not. As you can see in the image below, there are no indications that this is a commercial promotion for anything relating to Ggongdoctor.com or any other website for that matter. A great example of this is the “gongmedicaltoys” popup which appears to be nothing more than a spam email pretending to be from firstname.lastname@example.org (this letter was sent to over 100,000 people).
This website is not a malicious threat. It’s an advertisement for the actual Ggongdoctor.com website which is one of the most effective and efficient ways of curing any condition. If you want to learn more about this product, click here or scroll to the bottom of this post! As always: If you find anything suspicious in your browser, do not follow any links or interact with it in any way, as it may be a malicious attack attempting to exploit your computer.