Monday, October 31, 2011 Removal Guide screenshot
The main sign that your computer has been infected with the browser hijacker (AKA TDL3 Google redirect virus) is that your search results in, and are constantly being redirected to and other malicious web pages or fake search engines that have nothing to do with the subject of your search queries.

This virus is especially dangerous and hard to remove because it uses a unique rootkit technique to hide its presence on the system by looking like a legitimate Windows process. Upon its launch, the virus will encrypt its files and attach to various drivers and deeply rooted system folders. From there it will make changes to the registry, proxy settings and other vital Windows components to get administrative privileges. This is the reason why most antivirus programs are unable to detect it. may also monitor your browsing activity and flood your computer with annoying pop ups and bogus alerts to scam you into buying a rogue program. can compromise your security and privacy, steal data and significantly degrade your system’s performance.

We recommend that you perform a free system diagnosis once you experince one or more of the following symptoms.

  1. Browser home page redirects to
  2. Desktop wallpaper image has been changed
  3. Antivirus and firewall programs won’t respond
  4. Frequent Windows error messages
  5. Unable to download and install new applications
  6. Browser can’t access certain antivirus websites
  7. Very sluggish web browser and Internet connection

Keep your system protected from Google redirect virus and other file-infecting viruses and malicious browser hijackers.

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