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How to Remove 22find.com Browser Hijacker Virus

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on February 6th, 2013 | Leave a comment
22find.com is a malicious domain that uses drive-by-download technique to install malicious ad-on on the compromised computer. The add-on is designed to redirect the web browser to 22find.com, so it is also distributed via other ways such as bundled programs, p2p software, and spam email attachments. The website and the add-on are related to browser hijacker virus and cause redirection problem. >>> Read More

Allgameshome.com – How to Remove Allgameshome.com Virus

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on November 29th, 2012 | Leave a comment
Allgameshome.com looks like a online game site, but is detected to use browser-hijacking technique in gaining traffic and downloading games. Is your web browser redirected to the web site when you do not intend to visit it? The site is not harmful itself but the redirection shows your computer is infected by browser hijacker virus. Allgameshome.com redirect virus tried to replace the default search engine or home page after making undesired changes to your web browser. For example, you can not visit website related to security programs. When yo >>> Read More

How to Get Rid of Businesslistingsearch.net Browser Hijacker

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on November 7th, 2012 | Leave a comment
Businesslistingsearch.net is fake search engine system which collects users’ personal information and uses browser hijack technique to gain traffic. When the virus infects your computer, you will get pop-up and suffer redirecting web browser. Results of infecting with Businesslistingsearch.net: web browser’s default home page is changed to a particular web site without asking for user permission; web browser’s default search page is changed to a predetermined web site without user consent; System performance is degraded Businesslistingsearc >>> Read More

Qfind.net Removal – How to Remove Qfind.net Redirect Virus

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on October 17th, 2012 | Leave a comment
Qfind.net looks like a search engine, but it is a fake one. Though we do not find the website conduct malicious activities on the background when visiting it, the website is still suspicious because it gains most traffic via redirection. After trying the search engine, we find it does not provide any practical information in the first several pages. Websites promoted by Qfind.net can get a prior rank on the search result and will probably pay for the rank. Some of the websites are even found as malicious and related to browser hijacker virus. I >>> Read More