Thursday, November 17, 2011 Removal Guide screen shot
 The is a search hijacking virus on your computer which will send your browser to deceptive websites with false advertisements and affiliate links when you search for something on search engines like Google and Yahoo.

Normally, when search engines reroutes your search results they will go to the correct addresses, but if you have the redirect virus, it will infect the TDSSserv.sys file and inject its own IP into the DNS to manipulate the redirection process, causing your computer and browser home page to be diverted to malicious site.

The hijacker gets installed through the sophisticated Trojan.Zeroaccess / TDSS rootkit program that can redirect almost all search engines’ results and hijack whatever Internet browser you are using.

Some of the signs that you may have the virus are:

  • You are unable to modify your browser home page
  • Browser redirects to and random websites holding more malware
  • You are getting lots of pops up when you search for something
  • Computer loads a blue screen each time it boots
  • Missing or corrupt DLL files and registry keys causing error notifications
  • Antivirus and Antispyware programs won’t update and run
  • You can’t open Task manager and other legitimate Windows programs

Not only is the virus a potential security risk, it can also cause all types of computer problems and threaten your privacy by allowing hackers full access to your computer. It’s important to block this virus as soon as possible!

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