Remove Pop-up Virus

Posted by John Larkin - April 10, 2015 often shows up on your browser? This is a removal guide that will help you get rid of

The Description of is definitely an adware program that invades into web browsers and replaces browser homepages. The mission of this adware is to interfere with your online activities and mislead you into downloading third-party software. For instance, suddenly shows up in front of you and then propagandizes GOM Player that is accused of being a potentially unwanted program. If you install this malware onto your computer, you will find that this suspect program can change browser homepage and other settings.

Besides, more and more nuisance pop-ups containing ads could come into your computer and keep harassing you. Also, is suspected of distributing viruses to Windows system. Hence, you should be ware of this nasty adware. What’s more, this adware is able to track your online traces, which aims to collect your network habits, personal preferences and sensitive information. As with Ebon Browser and Infonaut, this adware will send the collected data to remote hackers once it gathers your online banking account and password. If you don’t know how to get rid of pop-up virus, please read the following removal guide. Virus Screenshot

The Harm of Virus

1. comes bundled with malware.
2. takes over various browsers and changes default homepage.
3. redirects search results and displays numerous pop-up ads.
4. slows down browser performance and distributes horrible viruses.
5. keeps track of browser history and sells the data to unknown third parties.

Step by Step Remove Redirect Virus

As mentioned above, virus is able to slow down computer performance and cause more unexpected problems. If you want to keep the system secure, you will need to take steps to get rid of as soon as possible. In general, manual removal requires a lot of professional computer skills and time. If you are not confident of doing it manually, please utilize this Automatic Virus Remover to do the job.

Step 1:

Uninstall malicious programs and unwanted toolbars.

1. Click Start button > Control Panel > Uninstall a program.

2. Choose unfamiliar programs and click Uninstall to remove them entirely.

Step 2:

Remove from Internet browsers.

Mozilla Firefox

1. Open Firefox, click on the Firefox button, move to Options and then select Options.

2. Under the General tab, remove and click Restore to default.

Google Chrome

1. Click the menu icon and select Settings.
2. Scroll down the page and click Show advanced settings…

3. Click Reset browser setting button so as to restore Chrome to original settings.

4. Click History on the left panel and then click clear all browsing data button.

Internet Explorer

1. Click Tools and choose Manage add-ons.

2. On Search providers tab, make Bing or Google as default and delete by clicking Remove button.

Step 3:

Click Start button to open Control Panel, search for Folder Options and get into the in Folder Options window. Move to View tab, tick Show hidden files, folders and drives, and untick Hide protected operating system files (Recommended) and then click OK.

Step 4:

Click on Start button, type into regedit and hit Enter.

Click Yes when User Account Control pops up.

Step 5:

Clean all the malicious files and keys of virus in the registry and system folders.

C:\Documents and Settings\LocalService\Local Settings\Temporary\Internet Files*.exe
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\StartPage Virus Video Removal Guide

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