Guides to Remove

By | May 24, 2016

What happen to my computer? Why my browser page is connecting to some unfamiliar sites as How can I set Google as my default start page and search engine again? I want to remove this browser virus from my computer, can anyone help?

What is is considered to be a hazardous redirect virus that secretly enters target computer and starts its attack silently. Such redirect controls the infected system and stop regular programs from running effectively. It assists remote hackers connect to the target computer by virtue of blocking Firewall and security tool, so hackers can take the chance to record credit card number, bank account login information and other information. Once inside, it acts on its malicious purpose as changing browser settings and replacing search results into ad-supported sites with pop ups, links, banners, coupons and other unwanted offers. In order for you to remove redirect, you can follow the removal steps.

Activities Performed by

1.It modifies browser setting as well as DNS settings.
2.It changes the default settings as homepage and search engine.
3.It replace your search results into random websites.
4.It introduces frequent pop ups to bother you.
5.It uses up most of system resources to reduce the computer loading speed.
6.It gathers sensitive information and send those data to remote hackers for evil purpose.

How does Enter Your PC

This redirect virus often get installed by utilizing third party programs from insecure sits. Such redirect always spreads with audio or video players, download managers, PDF converters and other resources. It is necessary to choose Advanced or Custom installation while installing those unreliable software. Under this situation, you can manage the third party installation and avoid additional bundles that you do not want. Redirect virus has the possibility to enter your system if you tempt to select Quick or Recommended installation. You need to be careful when installing online resources for computer threats as redirect virus will bundle with them and those free resources in particular.

Guides to Remove

Note: the manual removal is not safe enough for inexperienced computer users who do not have any computer skills and removal practices. To these users, we recommend to download auto-fix tool.


If you still want to try manual removal, do follow the steps one by one. Do be careful when you are removing system files and registry.

Step 1: Uninstall from Control Panel
1.Press Windows and R keys to open Run command.2
2.Type in appwiz.cpl and click OK.

3.Highlight and click Uninstall/ Change or Uninstall to remove it from the system.4
Note: If you’re using OS X, click Go button at the top left of the screen and click Applications.
When Application folder opens, find Right click on it and click Move to Trash

Step 2: Uninstall from Internet Explorer
* Uninstall from Firefox

1 – Open Firefox explore.


2 – Click “Open Menu” on the right-top and click “Options” open “Options” panel.


3 – Click “General” tab.


4 – Delete homepage link and set a new homepage link. Or click “Restore to Default”.


5 – Click “OK”.


6 – Restart Firefox explore.

7 – Restart your computer after completing all the above steps.

* Uninstall from Internet Explorer

1 – Open IE Explore.

2 – Click “Tools->Internet Options”,Open “Internet Options” panel.


3 – Click “General” tab.2

4 – Delete homepage link and set a new homepage link,or click “Use blank”.3

5 – Click “Apply” or “OK” on “Internet Opens” panel to save the changes.4

6 – Restart your computer after completing all the above steps.

* Uninstall from Chrome

1 – Open Chrome explore.

2 – Click “Customize and control Google Chrome” in the right-top of the page and click “Setting”.1

3 – Click “Set pages” link of “On startup” 2

->delete homepage link ->click “OK”.


4 – Restart Chrome explore.

5 – Restart your computer after completing all the above steps.

(Optional): Reset Chrome, Firefox and IE settings:

Reset Chrome settings
1. Click Chrome Menu button >> click Settings1
2. In search box, type “reset setting” >> click “Reset settings” button: 1
3. Click Reset button.

Reset Firefox settings
1. Click Firefox Menu button >> click “Open Help Menu” button >> click Troubleshooting 1Information button:
2. Click Refresh Firefox button >> click Finish.1
Reset Internet Explorer settings
1. Open IE >> click the gear menu button, and select Internet options.

2. Click Advanced tab >> click Reset button.


PC Care Tips

Update security tools – the anti-virus programs should be updated when the new version of them are released for the reason that the newest version can protect your PC with higher security level.
Open Internet Firewall – the computer firewall is related to some software or hardware components that can stop your PC from being attacked when connecting to the network. It can provide your system from being infected by viruses.

Update PC operating system – it is kind of Boom Shield that can prevent malicious attacks.

Raise your vigilance when you found any new emails from unknown sender in your inbox.

Stop the installations of pirate software and unreliable programs from insecure sites.

Prevent your privacy from being stolen from social networks, do keep your password changing frequently. Make a limitation on user privilege which can also reduce the danger of being attacked.


Generally, users may wander how does those malicious software or programs sneak onto their computer and attack browsers. Actually, most redirect virus result from third party downloads made by users which help redirect virus get onto the system invisibly. Thus, you need to stay away from suspicious sites and never click on those unknown links. Furthermore, a effective and trustworthy security program can help you avoid being attacked by such threat and safeguard your computer completely.

Download SpyHunter to stop virus attacks

SpyHunter is a professional and effective security tool which aims at removing dangerous virus, detecting potential threats, cleaning insecure traces, stopping malicious downloads, backing up crucial data and uninstalling potential unwanted programs.


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