How to Remove/Get Rid of Redirect Virus

Posted by John Larkin - October 13, 2014

You are often redirected to when you surf on the Internet? What’s wrong with your browser? is safe? Please read this post if you want more detailed information.

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You may think is a normal website when you first encounter it within your browser. However in fact, this website is thought as a nasty browser hijacker virus. Some malevolent cyber criminals usually manipulate this browser hijacker to promote sponsored ads and earn money. That is why your browser is often bombarded with pop-up ads when you work or play on the network. In addition to replacing your browser homepage and search engine, is able to make modifications to search results. You can find many ads marked as green at the top of every search result pages.

If you click to view the search results, you will enter some irrelevant websites that include various products, services and other suspicious messages. It is wrong to think these unknown websites are safe to you. Probably you download a number of rogue programs and toolbars that can disable UAC. Under this circumstance, your computer will be less safe than before. As with a malicious browser hijacker, can get your important information by tracking browser histories, which will absolutely lead you to identity theft and financial loss. To prevent from suffering great loss, you must get rid of right away.

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Many More Troubles Caused by Virus

1. virus will slow up the whole PC performance greatly.
2. virus injects many malicious files to the system registry stealthily.
3. virus also drops many useless files into your system folders.
4. virus replaces browser homepage ans search engine forcibly.
5. virus displays a lot from annoying popup ads and causes browser redirection.

Manually Get Rid of Virus

1. Uninstall malicious toolbars or software that cause redirect on your system.

To uninstall the toolbar or program which causes redirect, please click Start button, click Control Panel, and then click Programs and Features.

For Windows XP users, please click Start button, click Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs

For Windows 8 users, please right click the bottom-left corner in the screen and select Control Panel

Then select Uninstall a program and then uninstall malicious toolbars.

Step1. Remove its program from the PC

Open Control Panel>find Add or Remove Programs>uninstall

Step2. Delete all add-ons related to from the browsers

Google Chrome
Click “customize and control”>settings>basic options>use as the homepage and make Google as your search engine at “Manage Search”

Internet Explorer
Click Tools>select “Manage Add-ons”>”search providers”>set Yahoo or other reputable search engine as your default one>go to “search results”>remove its add-ons

Mozilla Firefox
Click “magnifier”icon>Manage Search Engine…”>select “search results”>click the removal button

3. Delete all malicious registry entries of virus from the system.

To open Registry Editor, please click Start, click Run, type in regedit and click OK.

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main “Use FormSuggest” = ‘yes’

4. Delete all malicious files of virus from the folders.

%UserProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\ \

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