|Fix 126.96.36.199 Redirect Virus|
After this virus gets activated inside the system, it will install into main memory and modify your DNS records to control your computer's Internet traffic. This will keep you from changing back 188.8.131.52 unwanted browser redirect through the Internet options. As the redirects usually happen while you are using Google, you may presume that the redirect problem is on their side, but the truth is that the issue is actually caused by the ZeroAccess rootkit on your computer.
If not resolved, 184.108.40.206 virus can pose a potential security risk and with time seriously compromise your system performance. If you think that you have been victimized, we recommend that you scan your computer and fix this browser hijacker immediately.
If you observe one or more of the following issues it is recommended to scan your system for malware and rootkits.
- Computer is suddenly slower than usual and Windows displays an error message
- Browser cannot access certain sites regardless of Internet browser used (FireFox, Chrome, IE)
- Google searches redirect to 220.127.116.11
- You cannot alter your desktop wallpaper