If your browser has gotten hijacked by a piece of software named Rouonixon, then you would probably like to learn more about this unpleasant app’s characteristics as well as about the best methods you can use to have it removed. Here, we can offer you both of those things and this is why you are advised to keep on reading in case you have Rouonixon on your computer.
Rouonixon is a software piece that belongs to the browser hijacker category – those are apps capable of getting installed on all kinds of browsers, even on some of the safest and most secure ones like Chrome, Firefox and even Safari. Once installed on the browser, the hijacker is likely to trigger page-redirects to Rouonixon.com or a similar URL, ads generation in it as well as tinker with its search engine, toolbar ad homepage settings. The changes in your browser’s settings are again done with the purpose of facilitating the advertising campaign that the hijacker is likely going to be used for. That’s right, the usual purpose of most such apps is none other than flooding your browsers with ads and earning revenue from that activity. Each click you make on hijacker-related advertisements effectively gets transformed small amounts of income. This is precisely why you will likely see dozens of pop-ups, blinking boxes, colorful banners and other similar commercial messages on your screen while browsing with a hijacker in your browser – it’s all done to make you click on the advertisements. However, we advise you not to do that even it is for the sole reason of trying to get rid of the ads. In fact, the best way to put an end to all this intrusiveness is by removing the hijacker and this is why we have prepared instructions on how to do that for those of you who may need them.
Remember how we told you that you shouldn’t interact with the advertising messages that an app like the Rouonixon malware is likely to put on your screen? Well, there is a good reason why you may not want to do that and the reason is because some of them may actually be hazardous. The Rouonixon malware isn’t typically dangerous by itself, it isn’t a Ransomware, a Trojan, a Spyware or some other similar malicious virus infection.
However, randomly clicking on its advertisements might indeed lead to the eventual infection of your PC with some insidious Ransomware cryptovirus or with a Trojan Horse because some of the advertisements may be linked with shady and unreliable online addresses. The best thing to do in this case is, as we said, to get rid of Rouonixon by using the guide on this page or the anti-malware program added to it. Also, one last thing to remind you about is that you need to be cautious online and be selective with regards to the download sources that you tend to use in order to ensure that you don’t get any more hijackers in your system.
You are dealing with a malware infection that can restore itself unless you remove its core files. We are sending you to another page with a removal guide that gets regularly updated. It covers in-depth instructions on how to:
1. Locate and scan malicious processes in your task manager.
2. Identify in your Control panel any programs installed with the malware, and how to remove them. Search Marquis is a high-profile hijacker that gets installed with a lot of malware.
3. How to clean up and reset your browser to its original settings without the malware returning. You can find the removal guide here.