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Google / Search redirect virus

Google redirect virus is a silent malware which redirects you to random websites your searches to random websites by infecting certain drivers on your computer.

The Search redirect virus is one of the most common viruses infecting millions of computers around the Globe. It has been designed brilliantly by expert hackers, it is highly annoying and will continually redirect your web searches to fake websites. The main reason why this virus is is one of the most damaging is that it cannot be removed with traditional antivirus programs. Instead, you need to use special methods or tools to get rid of it.

What virus can do:

The virus can change Internet Explorer's Proxy Settings so and redirect your searches to random websites.

It can infect certain drivers on your computer or install hidden services to redirect you to random websites.

It can change settings of hosts file In Windows so that when you open Google, a fake website will open which will look just as Google but Its not actual Google website.

Some variants of this virus can even change your DSL modem’s settings and redirect your searches. Make sure that you always change your modem's control panel's default password for once.


Check out for this symptoms:

You may see very strange search results when you search on Google Yahoo or Bing.

Browser takes too much time to load

IE may hang while loading results

When searched on google bing or yahoo it will redirect you to random websites

Some times it wont allow you to install other browsers

How to disinfect the Google redirect virus:

You can use TDSS Killer which is a free utility from Kaspersky Labs. After downloading the package install properly following the instructions.

Another option is using the "Fix Redirect Virus" Program, It has been found very effective in getting rid of the search redirect virus from your PC. It can be used on any version of Windows and with any web browser. You just need to install the step-by-step system and it will do the rest for you. Read more about Search redirect virus and its most successfull fix

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