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Monday, November 4, 2013 redirect: how to remove

Http:// is a nasty browser hijacker infection that appears automatically on browsers like Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox once installed. Normally the virus penetrates into target machines unknowingly without asking any permission. It has the ability to modify the default settings of homepage and search provider to interrupt victim’s online browsing activities. When your PC is infected with virus, your homepage will be locked at the virus page and all your search results will be in the control of malicious hackers. Undoubtedly, it’s very disturbing if invades your PC and the worse thing is that antivirus software won’t help fix the virus successfully even though you try some powerful one.

Usually, gets inside your system after visiting dubious websites or reading spam email attachments. Also it’s possible to get infected with the hijacker when you download some free application from insecure resource. Hence, computer users should be cautious when using some unknown online resources to avoid similar risks. From the decent appearance, may look like a normal and legit search engine; however, it’s a bogus one whose ultimate goal is to collect as much money as possible from unwary victims. It would be loaded simultaneously together with every system’s log-in. For the sake of your infected PC’s security, we highly recommend removing virus as soon as possible. is very dangerous 

-> modifies the default homepage without any consent;
-> varies desktop background randomly;
-> attacks all internet browsers and slows down PC performance;
-> corrupts the registries and files and makes the removal more complex;
-> blocks all kinds of security tools and Windows firewall. removal guide step by step

Method one: Open Control Panel to uninstall relevant application.
Most of the time, we can use Add / Remove Program to remove the programs we choose, for it is a built-in program which helps Windows users to manage their PC. Also, with the help of it, you are able to add or delete program as you want.
1. Find the “start” button on the lower left corner of your monitor, and then click it.
2. Find and double click the button “Control Panel”.
3. Find “Add / Remove Program” icon in the control panel, and then double click it.
4. When the windows pop up, find icon in the list, and then select it to start uninstalling it from your computer by clicking “Remove”.
5. When it is finished, reboot your computer to take effect.

Method two: General removal
Step 1: Boot your infected computer into Safe Mode with Networking
(Reboot your infected PC > keep pressing F8 key before Windows start-up screen shows>use the arrow keys to select “Safe Mode with Networking” and press Enter.)

Step 2: Press Ctrl+Alt+Del keys together and stop processes in the Windows Task Manager.

Step 3: Open the Registry Editor, search for and delete these Registry Entries created by
(Click Start button> click "Run" > Input "regedit" into the Run box and click ok)
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main StartPage

Step 4: Detect and remove associated files listed below:
C:\Documents and Settings\LocalService\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\*.exe

Attention: You may need to deal with files. .dll files and registry entries to complete manual removal and any improper deletion may cause irreparable data loss. If you are still confused with above procedures, please click here to contact Tee Support agents 24/7 online for more details.

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