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The Google / Search redirect virus is one of the most common viruses of 2010, 2011 & 2012, infecting millions of computers around the World. Designed by expert hackers, it is highly annoying and will continually redirect your web searches to fake or dangerous websites. The main reason why this virus is is one of the most damaging is that it cannot be removed with traditional antivirus programs. Instead, you need to use special methods or tools to get rid of it, which have remained a mystery until now.
FixRedirectVirus.org is the solution to remove the search redirect virus from your PC. Created by a computer technician with over 10 years experience, this working method removes the virus at its core – removing the infection from your PC & preventing it from returning. My simple program will explain exactly what the virus is and will then remove it automatically for you.
You can use my Google Redirect Virus removal product on any version of Windows and with any web browser. I have cracked the code for how the virus works, and you’ll now be able to remove it from any Windows computer. You just need to install my step-by-step system and it will do the rest for you.
What Is The Google Redirect Virus
& Why Is It So Difficult To Remove?
The Google Redirect Virus is a “browser hijack” virus which will send your computer to bad websites when you are redirected online. When not infected, Windows will be able to send you to the correct website, but if you have the Google Redirect Virus, the virus will “inject” its own websites into the redirect process, leading your PC to send you to undesirable websites. This will happen for all redirects, not just search engine results… however, as most search engine results will redirect you, that’s where most people see the issue.
Not many people know this, but when you click on a link on the search engine, it won’t take you to the page you’re looking for straight away. In fact, Google, Yahoo & Bing will all take you to a special link on Google.com / Yahoo.com / Bing.com in order to track your searches and other metrics. All search engines redirect your results, meaning that if you have the redirect virus, it’s going to show when you search for something online.
The reason why this virus is difficult to remove is because it doesn’t leave any “footprint” or “trace” on your system. Unlike typical virus infections (which will place a fake file or application onto your PC), the search redirect virus will just change the redirect settings for Windows and then disappear. This means that most antivirus programs are powerless to remove it.
If The Virus Is So Difficult To Remove
What Makes Me So Confident?
As you probably know, the Redirect Virus is actually a family of different viruses, and therefore it cannot be removed with a single tool or method. My solution is a series of steps that is effective at removing the many different variations of the Redirect Virus.
This virus is probably the most difficult virus to remove right now, which is why some technicians will tell you to just reinstall Windows or replace your computer. However, these two options put your data and Windows settings at risk and end up being much more expensive to you in both time and money. With my solution, you avoid all that wasted time and expense.
And because the redirect virus family has so many different strains or variations, our solution uses several different methods to remove every trace of these viruses. As an added benefit, this also means that our solution actually removes most other viruses your computer may have AND speeds up your computer at the same time.
“I’ve Tried Some Other Solutions Out There,”
“What Makes Your Solution Different?”
Yes, when you search for a fix for the redirect virus, you’ll see there are hundreds out there. The problem is that the other solutions are only for one of the strains, so you may end up trying 4, 5 or more of the other solutions before you find the right one. With my solution, you get a fix for all the strains of the redirect virus in one place.