While they are noteworthy inventions from technology geniuses, pop-ups, viruses, spams and captchas are widely considered as headaches for the internet community.
Despite the fact that some of the innovations are used by marketers to generate more revenue, they create a lot of frustration for net surfers and have drawn customers' wrath.
Given below is an infographic produced by NeoMam Studios, detailing the seven most hated internet innovations.
Pop-up ads, invented by Ethan Zuckerman, tops the list with 70% of internet people finding it the most annoying type of advertisements online.
The next on the list is virus. Cybercrimes using viruses are estimated to have cost the global economy about $400bn ($629bn) in 2014.
Another annoying innovation is Captcha -- a method by which websites ensure that their users are really human. It is estimated that we are spending 500,000 hours a day on the internet to prove that we are really human.
The other innovations on the list include regional censorship, cookies, spams and cybersquatting -- the practice of buying a domain name in bad faith of another person's trademark.
The 7 most hated internet innovations of all time [Infographic] by the team at Study Web.