What is Frameseek redirect hijack? One day when I open my browser, the homepage is replaced by this webpage. How can I get this redirect even I’m under the protection of the anti-virus program? How can I remove this browser hijack virus manually and completely?
Frameseek is a browser hijack redirect. It can infect your computer easily when you click on some infected webpages or links. If you don’t know anything about this browser hijack redirect, you may regard it as the real webpage. When your computer is infected by this virus, it can change your Internet settings without your permission. This Frameseek can do great damage to your system if you can not remove it completely.
Frameseek is a browser hijack redirect that can infect your browser such as Google Chrome, Internet Explorer or Firefox browsers, this Frameseek acts as a real search website, if you don’t know this webpage, you may regard it as a real search website and use it. However, this is a big fake search engine webpage. When you are infected by it, your computer may run much slowly than ever before, because Frameseek can download different viruses and Trojans to slow down your computer. And this website can freeze your browser at all. What is more, this browser hijack redirect creates a lot of pop up webpages and make you crazy. This nasty redirect can even track your action online, steal your personal data and sent it to the hijackers. That is why this tricky webpage make you annoyed all day long, you should remove it as soon as possible
The following instructions require certain levels of computer skills. If you’re not sure how to delete this Frameseek, please start a live chat with YooCare experts now.
1Your computer will be slower and slower.
2You need to take a long time to open a webpage, your browser is much more slower than before.
3It always redirects you to Frameseek
4The harmful redirect virus causes poor Internet connection and system frequent crash.
5You will see a lot of websites popping up when you visit Internet
1. Open the Windows Task Manager
You can press Ctrl + Shift + ESC together or Ctrl + Alt + Delete together.
If it dose not work, Click the Start button, click the run option, type taskmgr and press OK. The Windows Task Manager should open.
2. In the Windows Task Manager, find out the process of THE Redirect by name random.exe. Then scroll the list to find required process. Select it with your mouse or keyboard and click on the End Process button. This will end the process.
3. Delete malicious registry entries related to this browser hijacker redirect.
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\random
4.Remove malicious files of redirect
Frameseek is a browser hijack redirect, it can change your homepage and replace your search engines without permission. Like other redirect webpages, it will do anything to make you visit unsafe sites and make some money for the criminals. Generally speaking, this hijack can infect some websites, links or free programs first, when you click on this infected webpage or download the infected program, it can start its infection, when it completes, Frameseek will start to damage your computer such as messing up the system data and stealing your personal information in the infected computer. That is why it can do a great damage your infected computer. Many victims think it is a real search engine like Google, however, this tricky redirect just use the name of the Google, actually it has no-relation to it. If you search something on it, what you see is some advertisement or porn webpages, which contain a lot of viruses or even Ransomware. If you just let this redirect stay in your computer, it may freeze your Internet at all. Please do not be fooled by this tricky redirect, it is not the real search website. You must know that Frameseek is a browser hijack redirect that you can not trust it.
Note: If you find it difficult to follow the removal guide above, please contact YooCare PC experts 24/7 online will help you remove this redirect from your computer completely.
Published by & last updated on June 2, 2013 3:07 am