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Hijacked by Then your system is likely infected with a browser hijacking virus called Sirefef, Alueron, TDSS or ZeroAccess (commonly known as Google Redirect Virus). The malicious program is spread on the Internet by criminals to redirect users from high traffic websites and popular search engines such as Yahoo, Bing and Google. The virus changes Internet setting on the computer, takes control of the default web browser and redirects users to or other malware related domains loaded with advertisements. The browser hijacker hides its files in hardly accessible Windows folders which makes it especially difficult to remove manually. The website may function as an intermediary for malware; therefore, visiting may harm your computer. If you are getting unwillingly redirected to or other subdomains, it's highly recommended to scan your system with a reliable anti-virus and anti-rootkit software.

IP / Location / United States
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Threat Labs rating Surf with caution
Safe Web rating Caution!
Site Advisor rating Adware, spyware or other potentially unwanted programs
Systems affected Microsoft Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP (32-bit/64-bit)

Symptoms of redirect malware

  • You get spontaneously directed to various unknown websites (like
  • The computer gets much slower on start up
  • Your anti-virus software has disappeared from your system
  • You can't go back to the latest viewed web pages while surfing
  • Home page and error page keep re-setting to