Removal Guide

18 April 2012 - unwanted Google redirect is caused by a malicious rootkit (Zaccess / ZeroAccess) infecting thousends of computers around the world. The browser hijacker will exploit known security flaws and alters the HOSTS file to conduct the unwanted redirect. It will inject itself into system processes in the system memory, alter the DNS records and transmit your perosnal information to outside computers. related malware could cause system instability and pose a potential threat to your personal data. If you think you are infected by SearchBrowsing redirect virus, it is advised to scan the computer and delete it without delay.

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Compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista (32 bit/64bit), Windows XP, ME, 2000 and 98.

Signs of malware

In case you encounter following symptoms on your computer we strongly recommend you to run a full malware scan.

  • Browser home page keeps changing to and you can't set it back
  • Google keeps going back to each time you do a Web search
  • Emails are sent from to all in your contacts without your knowledge
  • The operating system starts getting really sluggish technical data

IP address / Location: / United States

OS platforms:

Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7

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Compatible with Windows 7, Windows Vista (32 bit/64bit), Windows XP, ME, 2000 and 98.


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