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Category: Browser hijackers

Mysites123 removal from Chrome, IE, Opera, Edge and Firefox

Mysites123 browser hijacker

Mysites123 browser hijacker penetrates into computers without user’s permission. Immediately it changes the home pages of all available browsers into Additionally, it modifies default search engine settings selected by users in the first place, by forcing search queries to be redirected through pseudo search engines related to the hijacker.

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Remove RayDL (32 bit) – ihpmServer.exe virus

RayDL (32 bit)

RayDL (32 bit) is a process you might suddenly see in Task Manager. When you right-click on it, you will have an option to open containing folder. Doing so will bring you to RayDld folder, whereas RayDL (32 bit) will be connected to ihpmServer.exe application in this folder.

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Remove Yoursearching hijacker (browser infection)

Yoursearching hijacker

Yoursearching stands for a new browser hijacker designed by Chinese hackers specifically to attack Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and even Microsoft Edge. After its intrusion the hijacker changes the home page of specific browser into With Mozilla Firefox, Fast Start extension is added as well. Plus, the hijacker also invites its ‘friends’ with really bad reputation. We specifically mean programs like ihpmServer.exe, WMiniPro.exe and SSFK.exe service.

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Istartpageing virus removal tool

Istartpageing in Mozilla Firefox

Istartpageing is a nasty browser hijacker changing the home page of your browser into To be more precise, the home page will look like this, followed by the random set of digits. It is interesting that the hijacker was first released by its Chinese developers several months ago, even though it has only recently begun to attack computers actively.

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Remove YesSearches hijacker (shortcutboost.exe)

YesSearches hijacker

YesSearches is a nasty browser hijacker, which acts in a little bit different way compared to Omniboxes or Tohotweb. Altogether, they were developed in China. But YesSearches uses another mechanism to hijack browsers. It uses shortcutboost.exe program, which runs as a standalone process. It changes the Desktop and quick launch items of all available browsers to be launched through shortcutboost.exe, which is located in a special folder named yessearchesbnd.

View More hijacker. How to delete? is a browser hijacker targeting all widely used browsers today. The attack of it is directed at changing the home page of browsers and modifying their default search engine. When users start looking for the information through the search bar in their browser, the search queries will be redirected through But the problem is that the search results will not be relevant to initial search queries.

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Fix redirection redirection redirection problem occurs in your browser when it is infected by Trovi hijacker. This infection is actively spread in the Internet today through close integration with other free software. Once installed, the hijacker will change the home page of your browser into When you make certain queries through it, you will be redirected through

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Como eliminar ihpmServer.exe malware?

ihpmServer.exe virus

El archivo ihpmServer.exe es en realidad un programa. Este software es definitivamente malicioso, ya que toma parte activa en infectar muchos navegadores y evitando que los usuarios de la eliminación de ciertos secuestradores de navegador desagradables. Así, en esta guía encontrará la forma correcta de eliminación de esta infección de su sistema.

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How to remove (Dock Search) hijacker?

Dock Search hijacker

Dock Search is a new hijacker infecting Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera and Mozilla Firefox browsers. The purpose of this hijacker is to perform the role of adware and spyware in your computer. For example, you may already notice that the home page of your browser hijacked by already contains certain ads. In addition, the search results delivered by the hijacker may be additionally mixed with various sponsored links leading users to different dangerous places in the Internet.

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Remove from home page (Mobura hijack) malware

Mobura stands for a new browser hijacker which these days actively attacks many browsers. Most likely though the infection directs its attack as Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Microsoft Edge. Mobura hijacker will change the home pages of all these browsers into, so when users open either of these browsers to look for something important, they will be suggested to start their search with the page related to the hijacker.

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