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Cpv.Servefeed.info Removal Instructions

If you are getting redirected to Cpv.Servefeed.info or Cpv.Srv-ad.com when clicking on Google links, you have probably fallen victim to a malicious search engine redirecting virus with rootkit capabilities. Both websites are rated safe but the trojan infection associated with the unwated redirects is very malicious and could casue a variety of problems. The browser hijacker takes control of your computer's Internet connection (DNS servers), changes your browser settings and redirects your search engine searches to Cpv.Servefeed.info loaded with product advertisements. Typically, the malicious redirects appear after users visit malicious content websites, download software programs from illegal file sharing networks or click on links in phishing emails.

The ZeroAccess/Sirefef multi-component trojan rootkit associated with the persistent Cpv.Servefeed.info redirect is very complicated to get rid of as it resides in hardly accessible areas of the system and uses a sophisticated technique to bypass detection. Cpv.Servefeed.info related threats may violate your privacy and cause system inconstancy by interfering with your computer's operation. If you believe you are infected, it is highly recommended to scan the computer and remove Cpv.Servefeed.info related malware as soon as possible.

Ensure that your system stays safe from trojan rootkits, backdoors and redirect viruses. Download free system scanner to detect Cpv.Servefeed.info browser redirect and associated malware.

 
IP / Location 173.231.157.203 / United States, New York
Related redirects cpv.srv-ad.com, cpv.servefed.info
SafeWeb rating Safe
SiteAdvisor rating Safe
Systems affected Microsoft Windows 7, Vista and XP (32-bit/64-bit)

Symptoms initiated by the browser hijacker:

  • Google, Bing and Yahoo keep redirecting to Cpv.Servefeed.info and other completely irrelevant search engines when you try to execute a search query
  • You are unable to access certain web sites regardless of browser you are using
  • Windows displays a registry error message and the computer is running extremely slow
  • You get recurring pop up windows from Cpv.Servefeed.info (mainly IE, FireFox, Safari and Chrome)
 
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