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Virus Help! (Delta Search)

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DON'T CLICK THESE!

http://www1 delta-searchcom/?babsrc=HP_ss&mntrId=86E6C617314FABEE&affID=119351&tsp=4952

http://search fbdownl oader com/?channel=sfus205

http://wisersearch com/?channel=en

Every time I open Google Chrome, these three 3 viruses open up.

I'm afraid it might interfere with me in the future, can you guys help me out as to getting rid of em'?

I linked the website to show what pops up, I'd advise not opening them though.

//Arcus: I broke these links just in case somebody accidentally clicks on them.

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Guest Alfie   
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Perhaps reinstall Google chrome or try and remove it from your extensions? That's what I try to do.

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Guest Pandi   
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I'd either suggest what Alfie says, you could also try using a different internet browser, etc. Mozilla Firefox.

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Guest WaltteriH   
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Firefox fix = about:config in searchbar.

Then just set all to default / user.

Also remove them from HDD.

Mozilla Masterrace.

My 5 cents.

Bye.

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Onionjack    0

Most likely it's extension that is causing you these, I had some bugger too but managed to get rid of it when I removed it from Chromes extensions. Do also viruscheck after that, just in case.

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It said I had no extensions, which is weird.

Tried re-installing Chrome, wouldn't let me, using Mozilla, even weirder. :S

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Mush    2

Disable them in the extensions, remove it from the search engines etc.

My way works, because I've done it many of times.

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Onionjack    0

It said I had no extensions, which is weird.

Tried re-installing Chrome, wouldn't let me, using Mozilla, even weirder. :S

You can't uninstall it or what do you mean? If you can't uninstall it from control panel try install CCleaner and remove Chrome with it.

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You could try and running SPybot Search & Destroy, any kind of malware, trojans and viruses have been removed by using it.

Although it's not as easy as with other Anti-virus programs, and Spybot CAN, if unlucky, remove needed files from your windows registry folder (For startup, and basically anything that Windows will need to boot!)

http://www.safer-networking.org/

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Matt    21

DON'T CLICK THESE!

http://www1 delta-searchcom/?babsrc=HP_ss&mntrId=86E6C617314FABEE&affID=119351&tsp=4952

http://search fbdownl oader com/?channel=sfus205

http://wisersearch com/?channel=en

Every time I open Google Chrome, these three 3 viruses open up.

I'm afraid it might interfere with me in the future, can you guys help me out as to getting rid of em'?

I linked the website to show what pops up, I'd advise not opening them though.

//Arcus: I broke these links just in case somebody accidentally clicks on them.

I have the same viruses i have had em for 3 months now tried literally everything i could do to get rid of them honestly only option i have tried is just using chrome or hitting your harddrive with a hammer (Optional)

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Listen, I don't mean to start a whole 'this browser sucks award!' but Firefox, it isn't working for me.

I need Chrome, hopefully when I get it reinstalled there won't be a virus, already did a CCleaner scan.

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Onionjack    0

Could be it's somewhere in the registry. CCleaner also has tool that cleanes the registry, that's pretty much all I can figure :/

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I've solved it, looks like whatever it is is gone, will use CCleaner alot more though.

Thanks Alfie and everyone. /thread

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Onionjack    0

Great :)

Yea it's powerful tool, I use it alot myself too. Cleans all the carbage browser have saved on hdd etc.

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