How to remove

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READER BEWARE! If you are visiting this guide, you have been infected with an adware, which means you will start receiving a variety of different messages regarding plugins you supposedly should install, updates on programs like Java and Flash Player, or download and video manager suggestions. Absolutely all of these are not real, but a a product of the virus, which aims to install more of its kind instead of the supposed update. There are many reports that malware even pose as an anti-malware tool that has detected a virus on your PC and asks for permission to remove it… Ignore all of these. If you get tricked but then realize what is happening, immediately open the task manager (press CTR+ALT+DEL together) and stop the associated process (it will probably have a name similar to whatever started installing itself).

  1. Adware start collecting information as soon as they are in. Later on the results of this “survey” are sent to the virus’s master, which could be extremely dangerous. Susceptible information includes not only browsing history, but also cookies and passwords. For anyone who owns an online baking account, this could be a real disaster. This makes more dangerous the longer it remains on your system.
  2. There’s one nasty thing that could happen if you interact with the advertisements. Very often when users click them, they are redirected to different websites that have very little to do with the products you were viewing. These websites are owned by the same people who are causing you headaches now, and are filled with malware.
  3. You may start experiencing a slowdown of your PC after the infection begins. This is completely reversible and is a part of’s influence. Basically your computer is having a hard time because the advertisements it displays are not part of the pages, but rather a simulation atop them, and your PC is the one creating them. This has a big negative effect on the CPU.


How To Avoid (And Other Malware)

Over the years malware have become a lot smarter about how they operate. But there are a few invariable things, and knowing these things is essential for shielding yourself from viruses. The big three ways of infecting users are through corrupted links, spam email, and free software. Of these the third option is by far the most prominent one. Surveys suggest that more than half of all infections are caused by free programs. There are two distinct varieties in this: either the program is real, but there is an adware bundled with it, or it is a so-called “shell”, meaning it’s nothing but a virus that tracked your search query (it’s mostly used when people are searching for torrents) and wrote its name to match it. In both cases when a setup starts it commonly has to tell you you will be receiving advertisements. And that’s when you can actually spot the virus:


This is simply an example. But if you recently installed some sort of a program or free utility, probably snuck in with it. Always exit the setup if there are any mentions of advertising.

How to Remove


(Works for Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1)

Hold and R together. Write appwiz.cpl  in the new field, then click OK.


This, right here, is the Control Panel.

Search around for and anything else suspicious-looking. Be careful, but not too much – malware sometimes choose different names to confuse you, so take note of anything recently added that seems like a virus to you.  Highlight  and  Uninstall these.

   STEP 2: has infected ALL of your browsers. Apply the steps separately for each of them.

For Internet Explorer Users:

Open IE, then click   —–> Manage Add-ons.

Find . Disable it.

If your Home Page is different from the usual, click  —–> Internet Options>edit the URL box, type whatever you want, then click Apply.

For Mozilla Firefox Users:

Open Firefoxclick on  (top right) ——-> Add-ons.


Hit Extensions next.

The virus should be somewhere around here –  Remove it.

For Google Chrome Users:

 Start Chrome, click  —–>More Tools —–> Extensions.


In  Extensions,  click and  select  .

The  click    for the second time, and proceed to Settings —> Search (the fourth tab), select Manage Search Engines. In there, you should remove anything but the search engines you normally use(probably Google).

For Safari Users:

Open Safari, and click Safari —–>Preferences —–> Extensions

Find  then Uninstall.

STEP 3 (Optional)

This step to remove the virus is completely optional. You need to do this only in the case when the steps up until now were not enough to make your troubles go away. If they WERE enough:

  • You are now clear of the virus. Please consider following us on our channels on Google+, Twitter and Facebook. It will be immensely appreciated, because it will help us grow and in turn – that way we will help more people.

  • You may also want to check out Step 4 – we’ve prepared a short guide for optimizing PCs after a malware has been removed

  • If you were not successful, then continue reading.

STEP 4 (Optional)

If you’ve reached this step, then well done for removing . We’ve prepared a short and sweet optimization guide, specifically designed for users who just removed a virus. It is completely free, you do not need to download anything, and it’s not very time consuming. If you are interested you can check it out here.

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