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  • CarolH
    started a topic Malware not removed

    Malware not removed

    I have a number of adware that are not removed or still come through the Pro version.
    The biggest offender is Ad by WebShield.
    There are also these that come through.

    RegClean Pro
    http://virtualprivateserverline.com/?clickid=760de43a4
    PC utilities pro
    http://www.coupons.com/coupons/?pid=...gen&varb=LOGIN
    http://signup.freesamplefinderusa.com/default.aspx?Flow=35A01422-8EBD-C601-1178-16C6D5231A4887E6A194&reward=glad&subaff1=[DOMAIN]&subaff2=201551&subaff3=&subaff4=glad
    http://fdh6.com/1mtk/index.php?domai...d=8t72h8w82ju5
    http://www.techguysthatwork.com/s2/?id=mpr13

    I would like to get all of these removed but none of them are flagged by Pro.
    Thank you

  • Robert Rennick
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    thanks for the answer

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  • Cicely
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    Hi CarolH,

    Thanks for your feedback. We will continual to expand our database to remove these threats.

    Currently, please follow the steps below to solve the problem.

    I. Uninstall the programs/toolbars/plugins that you suspect with IObit Uninstaller, especially the programs installed in the period when you got the adware. Then click Powerful Scan to clean any leftover.

    Download IObit Uninstaller from http://update.iobit.com/dl/iobituninstaller.exe

    II. Reset browser settings of Google Chrome:

    1. Open Google Chrome browser
    2. Type this in the address bar chrome://settings/
    3. Navigate at the end of the page and click on Show advanced settings
    4. At the bottom of the page, click on Reset browser settings to remove all changes made by the threats you mentioned.

    Reset Internet Explorer Settings:

    1. Open Internet Explorer software
    2. Navigate to top menu and click Tools > Internet Options
    3. On Internet Options window, select Advanced tab
    4. In order to reverse modifications caused by the threats you mentioned, click on Reset button to bring back Internet Explorer's settings to their default condition.

    Reset Firefox to its default state:

    1. Open Mozilla Firefox program
    2. Navigate to top menu and click on Help > Troubleshooting Information
    3. Click on Reset Firefox button to erase the effect of the threats you mentioned.

    III. Delete some needless IP addresses in the path below:
    C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts

    IV. Enter your Control Panel, then find scheduled tasks when you can delete some unknown tasks.

    V. Open your Advanced SystemCare, click the Toolbox tab to find the tool Startup Manager. And then disable some unnecessary startup items.

    If you don't have Advanced SystemCare, please download it from the link below and install it:

    http://www.iobit.com/downloadcenter....ced-systemcare

    VI. Carefully check that files under the following directories, and delete the files whose names are related to the infected malware.
    C:\Windows\System32
    C:\Windows\System32\Tasks
    %programfiles%
    %appdata%
    %LocalAppData%
    %temp%
    %ALLUSERSPROFILE%
    %COMMONFILES%

    VII. Right click on the desktop icon of your browser, choose Properties, under Shortcut tab, check Target if there is any other website address after iexplore.exe, chrome.exe, firefox.exe, and remove the site address.

    Please let us know the results.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

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