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Monday, April 15, 2013

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Your Computer Acts Weirdly?

A: Suddenly, the homepage is replaced by

B: Your web search results are redirected to other unfamiliar web sites?

C: Some irritating advertisements keep popping up?

D: Your system performance is much poorer than before?

If you are one of the unfortunate victims who hacked by, you have come to the right place. Here, it will be described; here, manual removal instructions will be offered. Description is a vicious web browser hijacker that will arouse lots of damage and changes to the compromised computer. Once it lurks into the system, it will modify some browser settings to infect the browser like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, and so on. Then, you will find that your homepage is replaced to be , which acts as what the legitimate search engine does. While, on its own, it is malicious web browser hijacker. It won’t help you surf the Internet conveniently or quickly, but redirect your web search results to other unrelated web sites. When you browse those advised web sites, you may bring other computer threats as well for so many web sites offer with rogue malware, spyware, fake antivirus programs, and so on. Meanwhile, may lead in irritating pop ups when you are doing web searches. What is more, through system and browser vulnerabilities, cyber hackers may be able to remotely control the compromised computer for some vicious purposes. Hence, you should remove completely before it arouses more damage. This post will be help for you to get rid of it. Screenshot


How Can Sneak Into the Computer?

By modifying your registry entries secretly, it can enter to the system out of your permission and notification. It is distributed by many manners:
1) It may bring with Trojan horses.
2) It may be bundled with spam email and email attachments.
3) It may come from some corrupt websites.
4) It may be inserted in some links or pop ups.
5) It may infect some files, it will come to your computer when you share them with others.


Malicious Characteristics of

• can modify registry entries to gain access.
• will change your home page.
• will redirect your web search results to other unfamiliar web sites.
• may invite other computer threats.
• will slow down computer performance.
• may lead to the leakage of your private information. Removal Instructions

Method 1: Manually removing

Step1: Restart your infected computer into Safe Mode with Networking
(Step: Reboot your infected PC > keep pressing F8 key before Windows launch; use the arrow keys to select “Safe Mode with Networking” and press Enter.)

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

Step 3: Search and remove the following files created by :
%AppData%\ \ [3 digit number].exe
C:\Documents and Settings\admin\local settings\temp\random.exe
%Documents and Settings%\[UserName]\Application Data\[random]
%CommonStartMenu%\Programs\ .lnk
Step 4: Delete all related registry entries of

(Click Start button> click "Run" > Input "regidit" into the Run box and click ok)
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\{random}
HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run Regedit32
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\Current\Winlogon\”Shell” = “{random}.exe”

Method 2: Automatically removing

1) Click the following red icon to install Spyhunter.
2) Install Spyhunter Step by Step:


3) Execute a full scan with SpyHunter and remove all detected threats.

4) Remove associated programs.

The above manual removal is quite dangerous and complicated. And it also needs sufficient professional skills. Therefore, manual removal is a risky job. If any mistakes are made in the process, you may damage your computer immediately. So I recommend you to download and install Anti-Malware program SpyHunter. It is easy, efficient and automatic. What’s more, it won’t damage your computer. It serves not only a role of removing the malware program, but also a role of protecting your computer from threats in the future.

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