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Oct 16, 2013

Remove Websearch.relevantsearch.info Redirect

You do not know when and through what way the Websearch.relevantsearch.info redirect gets into your computer? What can Websearch.relevantsearch.info do? Shall you keep it? If you do not want to use it, what shall be done to delete it? Why do all removal tools fail to remove it? Through this article, you can understand Websearch.relevantsearch.info redirect better.

Details of Websearch.relevantsearch.info Redirect:

Websearch.relevantsearch.info is an annoying and malicious browser hijacker or redirect. Similar to other redirects, it can enter you computer system swaggeringly without your approval. Many computer users do not even remember when and how it enters into the computer. In fact, it is spread via spam emails, phishing websites, freeware or shareware, unknown links and so on.

In fact, Websearch.relevantsearch.info can interfere with your normal use of the browser. It replaces your homepage and search engine via hijacking your browser. When you run the browser or open a new tab in the browser, you will be redirected to its domain. You cannot search things through other search engines because you will always be forced to use it to search for something. If you start to use it to search, you will get some advertisements instead of the wanted search results. Normal legal search engines won’t do that. At the same time, you may feel the PC performance is becoming significantly worse and blue screens or system crashes occur from time to time. What’s more, when you concentrate on your work, it forces you to receive a lot of pop-up advertisements. If you reserve this redirect in the computer, your surfing habits may be monitored and recorded. The system will become very fragile, which helps the cyber criminals invade your computer remotely. In this case, they are able to steal the important information stored in the computer, put more other threats into your computer and mess up the computer data. It may even disable your browser and ultimately destroy the system. When you find it in the computer, it is highly suggested to delete it immediately. Relying on antivirus software is of no use. You can see Websearch.relevantsearch.info redirect on your computer, but you gain nothing while using antivirus software to scan the computer. Therefore, manual removal is the most effective way.

The following instructions require certain levels of computer skills. If you’re not sure and are afraid of making any critical mistakes during the process, please live chat with YooCare Expert now.

Screen Shot of the Redirect :

Websearch.relevantsearch.info Redirect

Symptoms of Infection:

1. Your computer performs slower and slower.

2. You need to wait for a long time while opening a webpage and your browser runs much slower than before.

3. You are always redirected to some malicious websites.

4. The harmful redirect also causes poor Internet connection and system crash frequently.

5. You will get many advertisement windows when you are using the Internet.

Manual Removal Guides :

Websearch.relevantsearch.info is a high-risk browser hijacker which will change the homepage and browser settings, and redirect your web search results to random sites containing lots of illegal advertisements, even Trojan, rootkit or other malware virus. Sometimes the antivirus software cannot identify the computer threat accurately and timely or remove it permanently. Therefore, manual removal is the best choice to uninstall it completely from your computer. Users can follow the manual guide here to have this virus removed instantly.

1. Show Hidden Files

(1). Click on the Start button and then on Control Panel

(2). Click on the Appearance and Personalization link

(3). Click on the Folder Options link

(4). Click on the View tab in the Folder Options window

(5). Choose the Show hidden files, folders, and drives under the Hidden files and folders category

(6). Click OK at the bottom of the Folder Options window.

2. Delete Virus Files

(1). Delete the related registry entries through Registry Edit

Guides to open registry editor: Click “Start” menu, hit “Run”, then type “regedit”, click “OK”

While the Registry Editor is open, search and delete the following registry entries listed below:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run ‘Random’

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Random

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings “CertificateRevocation” =Random

(2). Find out and remove the associated files of this browser hijacker.

%AppData%\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Templates\random.exe

%Temp%\random.exe

%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\random

%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\.dll HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Random “.exe”

Video Shows You How to Safely Modify Windows Registry Editor:

Websearch.relevantsearch.info is a stubborn redirect that fools your computer system. If you access unsafe websites frequently, install unknown free programs without inspection and open spam email attachments, the virus will enter your computer. Therefore, you shall keep a good browsing habit to protect your computer. It affects your web browsers including Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. When you start your browser, it automatically appears as the homepage and sets your default search engine as its own domain. Although this is your own computer, you cannot decide what homepage and search engine you would like to use. Cyber criminals are able to use the redirect to invade your computer and steal your information. Therefore, you shall remove the it immediately.
If you have no idea of how to do that, please contact experts from YooCare Online Tech Support for further help.

Published by & last updated on October 16, 2013 6:32 am

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